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# Assignment I 1. Among 18 students in a room, 7 study mathematics, 10 study science, and 10 study computer programming.

Also, 3 study mathematics and science, 4 study mathematics and computer programming, and 5 study science and computer programming. We know that 1 student studies all three subjects. How many of these students study none of the three subjects? 2. Two circles and a triangle are given in the plane. What is the largest number of points that can belong to at least two of the three figures? 3. How many integers in the set {1, 2, 3, 4, . . . , 360} have at least one prime divisor in common with 360? 4. How many numbers can be obtained as the product of two or more of the numbers 3, 4, 4, 5, 5, 6, 7, 7, 7? 5. How many of the first 100 positive integers are expressible as a sum of three or fewer members of the set {30 , 31 , 32 , 33 , 34 } if we are allowed to use the same power more than once. For example, 5 can be represented, but 8 cannot. 6. (out of the box problem) For any rectangular sheet of paper that measures a b, does a relationship exist between the lateral area and the area of the base for the box of maximal volume found by cutting congruent squares of side length x from the corners of the paper? If so, what is this relationship?