Q. 154.5( 6 Votes )

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Answer :

Let n(P1) be a number of people liking product P1.


Let n(P2) be a number of people liking product P2.


Let n(P3) be a number of people liking product P3.


Then, According to the question:


n(P1) = 21, n(P2) = 26, n(P3) = 29, n(P1 P2) = 14


n(P1 P3) = 12, n(P2 P3) = 14, n(P1 P2 P3) = 8.


Number of people liking product P3 only:


= 29–(4+8+6)


= 29– 18


=11


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