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IF JACK AND JILL ARE COMPARING RESULTS OF A MATH TEST AND jACK HAD 40 CORRECT ANSWERS AND JILL HAD 50 CORRECT ANS AND THERE WERE 32 QUESTIONS THEY BOTH GOT RIGHT AND 6 THEY BOTH GOT WRONG. HOW DO I FIND THE NUMBER OF QUESTIONS ON THE TEST?

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    Here are the things that could have happened:
    both right
    both wrong
    Jack right, Jill wrong
    Jill right, Jack wrong.

    Now, you figure out each of these, and add them.

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