Posted by **Anonymous** on Wednesday, October 23, 2013 at 10:41am.

Part 1: Answer the following question:

In a survey of students about favorite sports, the results include 22 who like tennis, 25

who like football, 9 who like tennis and football, 17 who like tennis and baseball, 20 who like football and baseball, 6 who like all three sports, and 4 who like none of the sports. How many students like only tennis and football? How many students like only tennis and baseball? How many students like only baseball and football?

Part 2: Create a Venn diagram to reflect the information in the question. You will not be able to post your Venn diagram in the discussion thread itself, but you should describe your Venn diagram and be certain to address the following questions:

•How can a Venn diagram help you solve the problem?

•How many circles will you need in your diagram

•Where will you place the students who like all 3 sports

•Where will you place the students who like none of the sports?

Can anyone help me with this problem?

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