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A survey shows th

Answer :

Let us denote the people who like oranges by n(O) = 76


Let us denote the people who like oranges by n(B) = 62


Total number of people will be those who like oranges or banana = n (O B) =100


People who like both oranges and banana = n (O B)


We know,


n (O B) = n(O) + n(B) – n (O B)


Substituting the values we get


100 = 76+62 – n (O B)


100= 138 – n (O B)


n (O B) = 38


People who like both oranges and banana = 38%.

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