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A survey of Chaicago sports fans asked them 3 questions about which they prefer. Each fan must give exactly 1 answer to each question. Given a choice between the Cubs and White SOx, 40% chose cubs. Between the Bulls and Blackhawks, 57% chose bulls. between wildcats and maroons, 73% chose wildcats. 18% chose the cubs, wildcats, and bulls. 5% chose white sox, black hawks, and maroons. Of the people who chose cubs, 55% chose bulls. Of the people who chose cubs and wildcats, 60% chose bulls. Of the people who chose White Sox, what percentage chose both bulls and maroons?

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