.In a survey of voting in a election, if 55% of the voters who casted their votes supported person ‘x’ , 61% supported ‘y’ and 80% supported both of them, then what percentage of people supported neither ‘x’ nor ‘y’?
.In a survey of voting in a election, if 55% of the voters who casted their votes supported person ‘x’ , 61% supported ‘y’ and 80% supported both of them, then what percentage of people supported neither ‘x’ nor ‘y’?
Calculate . Then the answer is . Multiply by 100 to convert into a percentage.
Is there a mistake in the question or do i not understand?
How can the number who support both (80%) be larger than those
who supported x (55%) and y (61%).
Because the number who supports both should be an intersection of x and y