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is it possible that some shows both:fever/ inflamation. pl

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New post 05 Apr 2009, 11:56
Is it C?

1) Tells us the number of children that developed fever and inflmation(1,000-880). This includes number of children who developed both inflamation and fever. We need inflamation but not fever. NS
2) Tells us total children that developed fever. This will include some children that have both fever and inflamation. NS

1-2 will given total number of students who developed inflamation but not fever.

Let me know OA and if this approach is correct.

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IMO:E as it does not say how many had both INF. & fever.

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New post 13 Apr 2009, 19:25
pmal04 wrote:
IMO:E as it does not say how many had both INF. & fever.


If we are substracting fever then we are getting only what we need, isn't it?

Ans should be C.

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