A survey shows that 76% of the Indians like oranges, whereas 62% like bananas. What percentage of the Indians like both oranges and bananas?

Asked by Sakshi | 1 year ago |  83

##### Solution :-

We have,

People who like oranges = 76%

People who like bananas = 62%

Let people who like oranges be n (O)

Let people who like bananas be n (B)

Total number of people who like oranges or bananas = n (O ∪ B) = 100

People who like both oranges and bananas = n (O ∩ B)

We know,

n (O ∪ B) = n (O) + n (B) – n (O ∩ B)

Substituting the values we get

100 = 76 + 62 – n (O ∩ B)

100 = 138 – n (O ∩ B)

n (O ∩ B) = 38

People who like both oranges and banana is 38%.

Answered by Aaryan | 1 year ago

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