Question 1 of 10 Quiz: Difficult Choices
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In a study , students at MIT's Sloan School of Management were told they needed a subscription to the weekly magazine "The Economist" as part of their classes. They were offered three choices.
The first choice was a one-year web subscription to Economist.com for $59, including online access to all articles from The Economist since 1997. The second choice was a one-year subscription to the print edition for $125. The third choice was a combined print and web subscription, which was a one year subscription to the print edition plus online access to Economist.com from 1997, for $125.
Out of a 100 students given these three choices, how many went for the third choice?