# Camp

In a class are 36 children. During the holidays, 20 children were in the camps and 18 children on holiday with their parents.

Find the minimum and the maximum number of children that may have been in the camp and on holiday with their parents at the same time.

Find the minimum and the maximum number of children that may have been in the camp and on holiday with their parents at the same time.

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