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in a children summer camp there are 150 children, 75 of the are not participating in activities, 50 of the have families and 100 of them like to do time pass. what is the largest possible number of children in the camp, that are not participating, that doesn't have families and that doing time pass?
a>25
b>50
c>75
d>100
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 one year ago
in a children summer camp there are 150 children, 75 of the are not participating in activities, 50 of the have families and 100 of them like to do time pass. what is the largest possible number of children in the camp, that are not participating, that doesn't have families and that doing time pass? a>25 b>50 c>75 d>100
 one year ago
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2leBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.2
Look at the three values being looked at. Not participating, 75/150 No families, 100/150 Time pass, 100/150 The largest possible combination of those three would have to be the one with the lowest possible. So which one is the lowest of the three? 75, 100 or 100?
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classik_ashokBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
@2le so the ans is 75 ???
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classik_ashokBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
@2le Thanx ... :)
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SWAGBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
75 & @classik_ashok in the future please give a medal to the user who helps you
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