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    Questions of "inclusive of only" usage

    what does this sentence mean?
    total of 10

    "inclusive of only A or B"

    i understand the answer would be
    10 A = true
    10 B = true


    but for 2A + 8B? true or false?

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    Re: Questions of "inclusive of only" usage

    I would take it to mean that it could not include both A & B, so it could be either one, which would have to be 10 or under.

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