There are 2800 residents in a village.
1475 residents speak only their local language.
300 residents speak the local lan

There are 2800 residents in a village.
1475 residents speak only their local language.
300 residents speak the local language as well as
Hindi language but not English. The number of
residents who speak the local language as well as
English but not Hindi is 725. The number of
residents speak all the three languages i.e. Hindi,
English, and the local language, is 300.

1. If 45 more people who can speak all three
languages come to the village and 85 more people
who can speak the local languages and Hindi but
not English come to the village then what will be
the difference between the number of residents
who can speak all the three languages and the
number of residents who can speak the local
language and Hindi but not English?
(a) 40
(b) 465
(c) 140
(d) 80
(e) None of these​

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