1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The entering class in an engineering college has 34% who intend to major in mechanical engineering, 33% who indicate an interest in taking advanced math as part of their major field of study, and 28% who intend to major in electrical engineering, while 23% have other interests. In addition, 59% are known to major in mechanical engineering or take advanced mathematics. Assuming that a student can major in only one field, what percent of the class intends to major in mechanical engineering or in electrical engineering, but shows no interest in advanced mathematics? 2. Relevant equations This is obviously a Venn diagram-esque problem, but the wording is extremely difficult to comprehend! 3. The attempt at a solution I started drawing a three-circle Venn Diagram, attempting to add in the percentages in the correct areas. The 23% who have other plans lies outside the Venn diagram. However, it doesn't seem to make sense. Can anyone attempt to clarify this problem up for me as well as give me a helpful hint to push me in the right direction? I appreciate all help in advance! Thank you much!