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how many are in B or C

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I think 45. I am wrong?
In B = 34 In C = 26

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this are the answers 45 8 49 52
25 in B 15 in C 5 in B and C 3 in A and C 1 in B and A 3 in A, B, and C
The answer is 8
Or is not exclusive, so every element that is in B or is in C should be counted. That includes ones that are in A if they are also in at least one of B or C.
Hadeeeuh, kan yang ditanya berapa yang masuk B atau C. Jawabannya ya 8 lah :-)
The answer you are looking for is 52. The list I made above shows the groups of elements that are included in subset B, subset C, or both. Summing those groups up, you get 52.
ah ah Chris.. you're right!! i forgotten. that's "or" not "and" ahaha すみません

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