Jerry N.

asked • 12/08/20# A survey of 1200 people in a certain city indicates that 830 own microwave ovens, 720 own DVD players, and 570 own microwave ovens and DVD players.

A survey of 1200 people in a certain city indicates that 830 own microwave ovens, 720 own DVD players, and 570 own microwave ovens and DVD players.

(A) How many people in the survey own either a microwave oven or a DVD player?

(B) How many own neither a microwave oven nor a DVD player?

(C) How many own a microwave oven and do not own a DVD player?

## 1 Expert Answer

Mike D. answered • 12/08/20

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Draw a Venn diagram.

570 own microwaves and DVD players.

So 830 - 570 = 260 own microwaves only

720 - 570 = 150 own DVDs only.

And 1200 - 570 - 260 - 150 = 220 own neither

(a) 570 + 260 + 150 = 980

(b) 220

(c) 260

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Mark M.

At some time you should attempt one of these on your own. Then ask for assistance.12/08/20