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Part B and C only

Three problems, $A,B$ and $C$, were given to a group of students. The Venn diagram shows how many students solved the problems. Each student solved at least one problem. a) how many students solved problem A only? b) find the maximum number of students who could have solved $A$ or $B$ or $C$. c) Find the minimum number of students who could have solved A or B or C. d) Given that twice as many students solved problem $B?$ only as solved problem $C?$ only, What is the probability that a student picked at random solved problem $B$ ?

Given that|A|=31|B|=21|C|=22let number of student solved problem C and it y then number of student solved