Could someone please help with this question. Using a venn diagram to answer the question.
A survey of 53 lawyers showed that 10 played golf and tennis; 25 play bridge; 14 play bridge and tennis; 17 play golf and bridge; 9 play all three; 30 play golf; and 22 play tennis.
How many of the lawyers play the following:
bridge only___; exactly two of these games ____; bridge, but not tennis _____; golf or tennis, but not bridge _____ :confused:
Jan 22nd 2006, 03:13 PM
Step 1 Fill the Center Intersection.
1)9 Play All three.
Step 2 Fill the Double Intersection.
2)But 10 Play Golf and Tennis, thus, 1 play Golf and Tennis Only.
3)But 14 Play Bridge and Tennis, thus, 5 play Bridge and Tennis Only.
4)But 17 Play Golf and Bridge, thus, 8 play Golf and Bridge Only.
Step 3 Fill the Single spaces.
5)But 25 Play Bridge, thus, 3 play Bridge Only.
6)But 30 Play Golf, thus, 12 play Golf Only.
7)But 22 Play Tennis, thus, 7 play Tennis Only.
Now you fill the Venn Diagram and answer the questions.