After qualifying out of 400 professionals, 112 joined industry, 120 started practice and 160 joined as paid assistants. There were 32, who were in both practice and service 40 in both practice and assistantship and 20 in both industry and assistantship. There were 12 who did all the three. Find how many could not get any of these.
  • a)
    88
  • b)
    244
  • c)
    122
  • d)
    None
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