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Three problems (Posted on 2004-01-16) Difficulty: 3 of 5
In a contest of intelligence, three problems A, B and C were posed.

Among the contestants there were 25 who solved at least one problem each.

Of all the contestants who did not solve problem A, the number who solved B was twice the number who solved C.

The number of participants who solved only problem A was one more than the number who solved problem A and at least one other problem.

Of all students who solved just one problem, half did not solve problem A.

How many students solved only problem B?

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  Subject Author Date
answerK Sengupta2007-12-23 12:07:24
SolutionsolutionSilverKnight2004-01-16 10:51:05
SolutionsolutionCharlie2004-01-16 10:34:12
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