80 students

80 students were asked what type of test they preferred. 50 students said they liked multiple choice and 42 liked true or false. If 36 liked both multiple choice and true or false types, how many students preferred multiple choice only?

Result

m =  14

Solution:

m=5036=14m=50-36=14



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