Hi Guys - Stuck with an excersie sheet question:

n the start of new term at a language school there are 104 students. The school offers classes in French, German and Italian. If a student has previously studied French before, then they may choose to do only French, or they may study any two of the three languages. Otherwise the student must study French and one of the other language of their choice.

If there are 38 students studying Italian and another language, 37 students studying German and another langauge, and there are 72 students studying only French, how many students are studying both German and Italian?

Can anyone shed some light? I've spent about 30 mins going around in circles!

Thanks F