# In a town of 10,0

Given:

Total number of families = 10000

Percentage of families that buy newspaper A = 40

Percentage of families that buy newspaper B = 20

Percentage of families that buy newspaper C = 10

Percentage of families that buy newspaper A and B = 5

Percentage of families that buy newspaper B and C = 3

Percentage of families that buy newspaper A and C = 4

Percentage of families that buy all three newspapers = 2

To find:

(i) Number of families that buy newspaper A only

Consider the Venn Diagram below:

Number of families that buy newspaper A = n(A) = 40% of 10000

= 4000

Number of families that buy newspaper B = n(B) = 20% of 10000

= 2000

Number of families that buy newspaper C = n(C) = 10% of 10000

= 1000

Number of families that buy newspaper A and B = n(A B)

= 5% of 10000

= 500

Number of families that buy newspaper B and C = n(B C)

= 3% of 10000

= 300

Number of families that buy newspaper A and C = n(A C)

= 4% of 10000

= 400

Number of families that buys all three newspapers = n(A B C)=v

= 2% of 10000

= 200

We have,

n(A B) = v + t

500 = 200 + t

t = 500 – 200 = 300

n(B C) = v + s

300 = 200 + s

s = 300 – 200 = 100

n(A C) = v + u

400 = 200 + u

u = 400 – 200 = 200

p = Number of families that buy newspaper A only

We have,

A = p + t + v + u

4000 = p + 300 + 200 + 200

p = 4000 – 700

p = 3300

Therefore,

Number of families that buy newspaper A only = 3300

(ii) Number of families that buy newspaper B only

q = Number of families that buy newspaper B only

B = q + s + v + t

2000 = q + 100 + 200 + 300

q = 2000 – 600 =1400

Therefore,

Number of families that buy newspaper B only = 1400

(iii) Number of families that buys none of the newspaper

Number of families that buy none of the newspaper =

10000 – {n(A) + n(B) + n(C) – n(A B) – n(B C) – n(A C) + n(A B C)}

= 10000 – (4000 + 2000 + 1000 – 500 – 300 – 400 + 200)

= 10000 – 6000

= 4000

Therefore,

Number of families that buy none of the newspaper = 4000

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