Hello,

I've been trying to figure out how to solve this question below:

Let A, B, and

I've been trying to figure out how to solve this question below:

Let A, B, and

*C be sets in a universal set**U. We are given*

(b)

Unfortunately, I've had no luck in solving this. My math lecturer did not bother to go over this type of problem as it is more complicated than what we have been doing. I understand the basic theorem that is supposed to help solve this but I still do not know even where to start. If anyone could explain this problem or potentially solve it, that would be a huge help. Even seeing how to just set everything up would be helpful at this point.

Thank you!

*n*(*U*) = 82,*n*(*A*) = 46,*n*(*B*) = 41,*n*(*C*) = 42,*n*(*A*[FONT="]∩[/FONT]*B*) = 25,*n*(*A*[FONT="]∩[/FONT]*C*) = 18,*n*(*B*[FONT="]∩[/FONT]*C*) = 23,*n*(*A*[FONT="]∩[/FONT]*B*[FONT="]∩[/FONT]*C*^{C}) = 13. Find the following values.(a)*n*(*A*^{C}[FONT="]∩[/FONT]*B*[FONT="]∩[/FONT]*C*)(b)

*n*(*A*[FONT="]∩[/FONT]*B*^{C}[FONT="]∩[/FONT]*C*^{C})Unfortunately, I've had no luck in solving this. My math lecturer did not bother to go over this type of problem as it is more complicated than what we have been doing. I understand the basic theorem that is supposed to help solve this but I still do not know even where to start. If anyone could explain this problem or potentially solve it, that would be a huge help. Even seeing how to just set everything up would be helpful at this point.

Thank you!

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