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    In a seminar, there are 100 Participants, 60 were Engineers, 40 were Educators, 25 were both Engrs. and Edu.?
    How many participants were neither Engineers nor Educators?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alphard View Post
    In a seminar, there are 100 Participants, 60 were Engineers, 40 were Educators, 25 were both Engrs. and Edu.?
    How many participants were neither Engineers nor Educators?
    Draw a Venn diagram.
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    I already tried it.. but I really don't get it.. this is not a homework.. this was asked on my past exam.. please answer..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alphard View Post
    I already tried it.. but I really don't get it.. this is not a homework.. this was asked on my past exam.. please answer..
    What didn't you get about it? Where were you stuck?
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