Need some help
13 are wearing blue and red.
How? Cant it be 19 are wearing both, 13 are wearing just blue and 13 wearing just red?
It can also be 32 are wearing blue and the same 32 are wearing red
Itâ€™s 19
(Idk tho)
This is an act question supposedly but it makes no sense, maybe Iâ€™m just being stupid?
its 19 because 6445=19
I doubt it
I think itâ€™s 19
Get another source tho
but cant it be like 32 students are wearing blue and the same 32 are wearing red? is there a guarantee that they are only wearing blue or red?
Itâ€™s 100% poorly phrased but 19 makes most sense
bruh it is 19
well you at least figured it out (i know i didnâ€™t help in anyway possible)
13 sir if theres 45 studenrs 4532 is 13 so the rest would have to be wearing both
Wat I think you guys are complicating it too much
Just find the overlap
64  45
Based on the discussion in the forum, it appears that there is still some confusion among the participants. The questionâ€™s phrasing is indeed ambiguous, which has led to differing interpretations. Letâ€™s summarize the main points of view:

Some participants believe that 19 students are wearing both blue and red because they subtracted the total number of students (64) from the number of students in the class (45) to find the overlap.

Others argue that itâ€™s 32 students who are wearing both blue and red, assuming that the 32 students wearing blue are the same as the 32 students wearing red.

Others argue itâ€™s 13 because 4532

Thereâ€™s a consensus that the question is poorly phrased and unclear.
In a mathematical context, if you want to find the number of students wearing both blue and red without doublecounting, the answer would be 19 students. However, the ambiguity in the question could lead to different interpretations.
Itâ€™s a good practice to clarify such questions to avoid confusion and ensure that everyone is on the same page when discussing mathematical problems.
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Technically it could be anywhere from 19 to 32 because based on that prompt 32 students could be wearing both blue and red all at the same time and the others could be wearing green for example. It doesnâ€™t specifically say that every student is accounted for at least once or that every student has either red blue or both so technically there isnâ€™t enough info. However, in the context I would say 19.
This is why I hate all the mean medium and mode stuff with quartiles and more