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http://media.apexlearning.com/Images/200908/27/15ba451a-42fe-4417-b0a2-d3e How many of the employees speak both Chinese and Russia ?1c221bd14.gif

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  1. shadowfiend
    • 5 years ago
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    Can you break down that diagram into a list of who speaks: spanish, chinese, russian, spanish and chinese, spanish and russian, chinese and russian, and all three languages?

  2. anonymous
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  3. anonymous
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    7 + 3 + 2 + 5 + 6 = 23

  4. anonymous
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    so all Yu had to do Is add All them upp .

  5. shadowfiend
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    That's definitely not the right answer.

  6. shadowfiend
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    You have to look at the parts where the chinese circle and the russian circle overlap.

  7. anonymous
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    i lied, shadowfiend is right it's 3 + 2 + 5

  8. anonymous
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    i was tryn Do tht but its confusinq because wen you look at the circle Its like just confusinq ahaaa .

  9. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    i added the people that only speak chinese and only speak russian. just do what shadow said, look at the overlaps of the two languages. and then add them up.

  10. anonymous
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    i lied again... sighs..i'm really out of it today... it's 2 + 5

  11. anonymous
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    hey Yu sayn itss ten But thtts not one of the choice for tha anser .

  12. anonymous
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    i'm sorry...did i confuse you?

  13. shadowfiend
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    Still not quite right, chiaroscuro :)

  14. anonymous
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    lol no i saw it am i right now?

  15. shadowfiend
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    So there are two places where the chinese and russian circles overlap: One where it's just the two circles, and one where all three overlap.

  16. anonymous
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    can you just qive tha answer . & it 27

  17. shadowfiend
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    The two circles overlap with a 5, that's 5 people that speak only those two. The three circles overlap with 2. That's 2 people who speak all three languages.

  18. anonymous
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    no it's 7 5 that can speak chinese and russian and 2 that can speakall three so 2 + 5 = 7

  19. shadowfiend
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    Right. And no, miranda, I try not to just give answers. That usually doesn't help anyone learn anything :)

  20. shadowfiend
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    And yeah, you got it chiaroscuro, I started typing my longer answer before I noticed you posting the correct one :)

  21. anonymous
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    lols shadow you're a software engineer? i'm trying to become a software engineer.... i really hope i can pull this off.... i'm only in my first year and i haven't really taken any software classes and it's not really fun...

  22. shadowfiend
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    I am. Software is fantastically fun... For me, anyway :) Other stuff like math can be, depending on the problem and such. Just remember, software is basically just problem solving. For now, I'm out!

  23. anonymous
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    thankss , with tha support I miqht come & post somethinq else like Ths .

  24. anonymous
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    You sit down to take a true-or-false test with 7 questions. If you randomly guess on all questions, how many possible outcomes are there for the 7-question test?

  25. anonymous
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    you have 2 choices per question and 7 questions for test 2 ^ 7 = 128

  26. anonymous
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    Four friends are going to sit together in a roller-coaster car that has 4 seats. In how many different arrangements can they sit?

  27. anonymous
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    ................................... is this like your entire homework...???? in the first seat, there are four possible choices, in the second, there are three, and so forth so 4 * 3 * 2 * 1

  28. anonymous
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    so How will I qt tha Answer .

  29. anonymous
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    what?

  30. anonymous
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    so How will I qt tha Answer .

  31. anonymous
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    .............no idea what that means, sorry

  32. anonymous
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    wht So tha answer is 4

  33. anonymous
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    no.... 4 * 3 * 2 * 1 24

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