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3 - one Smith, one Jones and one Wilson.
total 6. 2 smith, 2 jones and 2 wilson
only 2 ..none of them is smith,jones or wilson
Must be 3
6? or 2?
3 quite easy one
Its 3 smith, jones and Wilson
how it will be 3
A minimum of 3
There's 1 Smith, and two others - Jones & Wilson (all but two are Smith).There's 1 Jones, and two others - Smith & Wilson (all but two are Jones).There's 1 Wilson, and two others - Smith & Jones (all but two are Wilson).
It's 3. The mathematical way to find this out would be:Equation: P= s+j+wKey: P= # of people s= # of people named smith j= # of people named Jones w= # of people named wilsonSo... is all but 2 are named Smith then s= P-2, if all but 2 are named jones then j= P-2, if all but 2 are named wilson then w= P-2P then eqauls: P= (P-2) + (P-2) + (P-2)P= 3P-6-2P= -6P= 3
The correct answer is 2 or 3? Can it be 2 considering that none of them is named smith or Jones or Wilson?
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