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**gurly691** |
Posted - 07/09/2011 : 12:23:52 A car dealership interviewed every driver who came onto their lot on Tuesday. This produced the following results: there were 34 people who owned trucks and 59 people who owned cars. If 19 people owned both a truck and a car and 7 people owned neither, how many people were interviewed? |

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**Subhotosh Khan** |
Posted - 07/12/2011 : 12:04:08 quote:
*Originally posted by gurly691*
A car dealership interviewed every driver who came onto their lot on Tuesday. This produced the following results: there were 34 people who owned trucks and 59 people who owned cars. If 19 people owned both a truck and a car and 7 people owned neither, how many people were interviewed?
You should draw a Venn diagram - and the answers will fall out. |

**Ultraglide** |
Posted - 07/10/2011 : 12:33:24 Just think about the problem. If 19 people owned both a truck and a car, then those 19 are included in both groups so they are counted twice. |