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I'm looking for a strategy to solve the following question using Mathematica.
The question is from a sample actuarial exam. I can solve this with pencil and paper, but I'm fascinated (and stumped) about how to solve this in Mathematica. Any hints? Thanks!
THE QUESTION: An auto insurance company has 10,000 policyholders.
Each policyholder is classified as (i) young or old; (ii) male or female; and (iii) married or single.
Of these policyholders,
- 3000 are young,
- 4600 are male, and
- 7000 are married.
The policyholders can also be classified as
- 1320 young males,
- 3010 married males, and
- 1400 young married persons.
Finally, 600 of the policyholders are young married males.
Calculate the number of the company’s policyholders who are young, female, and single.