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Find A �� B, given A = {people who are less than 20 years old} and B = {people who have a job}.
A) {people who are less than 20 years old and people who have a job}
B) {people who are less than 20 years old and have a job}
C) {people who are less than 20 years old or people who have a job}
D) {all people in the world}

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