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Hi Bunuel,
I am getting confused while trying to understand how the count for total acrophobia which as per your solution is equal to 58-45=13? I think the following should be the correct case:- Total number of patients - No Arachnophobia = Acrophobia+ Neither of the two.


Please re-read the solution. From (1) Total = 58 and No acrophobia = 45, thus (acrophobia) = (total) - (no acrophobia) = 58 - 45 = 13.

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Hi Bunuel,
I am getting confused while trying to understand how the count for total acrophobia which as per your solution is equal to 58-45=13? I think the following should be the correct case:- Total number of patients - No Arachnophobia = Acrophobia+ Neither of the two.


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How could we assume 58 is the total number of patients in Vertigo Hospital? Shouldn't it be "Of all the 58 patients of Vertigo Hospital"?
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