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# To be employed by the PI company, the job applicant must get offers

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To be employed by the PI company, the job applicant must get offers from all 3 interviewers A,B and C. There are total 30 applicants. Interviewer A offers for 15 applicants. Interviewer B offers for 17 applicants. Interviewer C offers for 20 applicants. What is the least number of applicants who get offers from all 3 interviewers.

A. 2
B. 3
C. 11
D. 0
E. 8

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17 Jul 2017, 08:24
leanhdung wrote:
To be employed by the PI company, the job applicant must get offers from all 3 interviewers A,B and C. There are total 30 applicants. Interviewer A offers for 15 applicants. Interviewer B offers for 17 applicants. Interviewer C offers for 20 applicants. What is the least number of applicants who get offers from all 3 interviewers.

A. 2
B. 3
C. 11
D. 0
E. 8

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17 Jul 2017, 08:26
leanhdung wrote:
To be employed by the PI company, the job applicant must get offers from all 3 interviewers A,B and C. There are total 30 applicants. Interviewer A offers for 15 applicants. Interviewer B offers for 17 applicants. Interviewer C offers for 20 applicants. What is the least number of applicants who get offers from all 3 interviewers.

A. 2
B. 3
C. 11
D. 0
E. 8

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