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I am having a little trouble understanding this... could someone help me?

Look at the statement below. Is it an example of an inclusive or, or exclusive or.
If I go to the grocery store, or the bakery, I will buy cupcakes.
A. Inclusive or
B. Exclusive or
C. Both inclusive and exclusive
D. Neither inclusive or exclusive

  • Geometry -

    Ok it didn't post the entire question... these are the answer choices A. Inclusive or
    B. Exclusive or
    C. Both inclusive and exclusive
    D. Neither inclusive or exclusive

  • Geometry -

    Inclusive or
    Exclusive or
    Both inclusive and exclusive
    Neither inclusive or exclusive

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    hmm

  • Geometry -

    inclusive means 1: comprehending stated limits or extremes <from Monday to Friday inclusive>
    2 a: broad in orientation or scope b: covering or intended to cover all items, costs, or services

    exclusive means 1 a: excluding or having power to exclude b: limiting or limited to possession, control, or use by a single individual or group
    2 a: excluding others from participation b: snobbishly aloof
    3 a: accepting or soliciting only a socially restricted patronage (as of the upper class) b: stylish, fashionable c: restricted in distribution, use, or appeal because of expense
    4 a: single, sole <exclusive jurisdiction

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    So then my answer would be.... C?

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