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Too Many Names
Professor Googendorf is teaching four classes this term, English, French, Greek and History. There are 11 students in each class. His colleagues are impressed that he can remember all the names. What he doesn't tell them is that each student is taking two classes.
The most popular combination is French and English. It has twice as many students as the French and Greek combo.
How many students are taking Greek and History?
Get the answer to Too Many Names.
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