Posted by **Cathy** on Friday, February 8, 2008 at 10:32am.

The following pie chart represents the results of a survey about whether people in a certain town have cats or dogs as pets.

Neither 6%

Both 22%

Cats only 28%

Dogs only 44%

If there is 300 people in the town, how many people have neither cats nor dogs?

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