Posted by **Nick** on Sunday, September 4, 2011 at 4:01pm.

Sets A, B, and C have 6 members in common. Sets A and B have a total of 17 members in common. Sets B and C have a total of 10 members in common. If each member of set B is contained in at least one of the other two sets, how many members are in set B?

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