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In a survey of 180 dancers, 105 knew how to do hip-hop, 68 knew how to jitterbug, and 62 knew how to Lindy hop. Of these, 42 knew how to do hip-hop and jitterbug, 24 knew how to jitterbug and Lindy hop, and 17 knew how to do hip-hop and Lindy hop. Fourteen dancers knew how to do all three dances. Create a Venn diagram to reflect the above data, label your diagram clearly. Use your diagram to answer the following questions here. (a) How many only knew how to Lindy hop? (b) How many only knew how to jitterbug? (c) How many knew how to do exactly one of the three dances? (d) How ma

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  1. anonymous
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    d part isn't complete

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    (d) How many knew how to jitterbug and Lindy hop, but not how to do hip-hop? (e) How many knew none of these dances?

  3. anonymous
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    ther is the rest of it sorry about that.

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    ok:)

  5. anonymous
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    so lets collect the data D=180 H=105 J=68 L=62 both H n J=42 both J n L=24 both H n L=17 all the three J, H n L=14

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    hope u can guess the letters stand for?

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    yes i can. then ow would i put this into a venn diagram.

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    we start from bottom, the no that is common to all

  9. anonymous
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    i try to draw th pic n attach it

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    ok please do.

  11. anonymous
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    here r the ans a) 35 b) 14 c)109 d) 10 e) 16

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    could you put that into a diagram.

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    couldn't draw..dont have a mouse n hard do do with touch pad :) i try again

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    ok.

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    i got it. thank you.

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    welcome :)

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