Math Problem Statement
A survey of 500 adults found that 190 played golf, 200 skied, 95 played tennis, 100 played golf but did not ski or play tennis, 120 skied but did not play golf or tennis, 30 played golf and skied but did not play tennis, and 40 did all three. a. How many played golf and tennis but did not ski? b. How many played tennis but did not play golf or ski? c. How many participated in at least one of the three sports?
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Math Problem Analysis
Mathematical Concepts
Set theory
Principle of inclusionexclusion
Formulas

Theorems

Suitable Grade Level
High school
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