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The Greek and History combination has 6 students.
The French and Greek combo must be 3, otherwise the French and History combo would be greater than the number taking French and English.
If x equals the number taking English and History, then the number taking English and Greek = 5 - x. The number taking Greek and History = 3 + x.
Therefore, 5 + 2x = 11 (the number taking History). Then x = 3. The number taking Greek and History = 6.
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