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# set theory

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21 Feb 2018, 10:50
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In an exam 49% candidates failed in English and 36% failed in French and 15% failed in both subjects. If the total number of candidates who passed in English alone is 630. What is the total number of candidates appeared in exam?

a) 900
b) 2100
c) 3000
d) 1200
e) 600

hey, need help with this question. it would be great if someone can explain it in table format (like given in Manhattan GMAT books)

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21 Feb 2018, 10:59
ranika wrote:
In an exam 49% candidates failed in English and 36% failed in French and 15% failed in both subjects. If the total number of candidates who passed in English alone is 630. What is the total number of candidates appeared in exam?

a) 900
b) 2100
c) 3000
d) 1200
e) 600

hey, need help with this question. it would be great if someone can explain it in table format (like given in Manhattan GMAT books)

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