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help me with this can't understand or get the right answer

A middle school counselor, attempting to correlate school performance with leisure interests, found that of a group of students, 32 had seen Movie A, 26 had seen Movie B, 25 had seen Movie C, 15 had seen Movies A and B, 12 had seen Movies A and C, 9 had seen Movies B and C, 4 had seen all three films, and 5 had seen none of the three films. Use a Venn diagram to complete parts (a) through (c) below.

Complete the Venn diagram. Let A be the set of students that saw Movie A, B be the set of students that saw Movie B, and C be the set of students that saw Movie C.

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4 students saw all 3 films;

5 students say none of them;

11 saw A and B but not C;

8 saw A and C but not B;

5 saw B and C but not A;

9 saw movie A only;

6 saw movie B only;

8 saw movie C only;

How does this look in a diagram
I'll post it for you. The name of the file is Venn Diagram.jpg

Look for it in resources section
Okay thanks
How many students had seen exactly two of the films?
11 + 8 + 5 = 24

per the results of the Venn Diagram
How many students were surveyed?

I got 22, but I may be wrong.
nevermind i got the right answer
Huh