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ive the numbers of elements in the regions marked I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII in the figure

U| = 150, |A| = 35, |B| = 12, |C| = 12 |A∩B| = 4, |A∩C| = 3, |B∩C| = 3, |A∩B∩C| = 1

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