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# Set Exclusivity

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17 Mar 2012, 15:25
Should we assume that a set of integers is exclusive if the GMAT problem doesn't state whether it is exclusive or inclusive?
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20 Mar 2012, 21:46
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Should we assume that a set of integers is exclusive if the GMAT problem doesn't state whether it is exclusive or inclusive?

An actual GMAT problem will have no ambiguity. It will specify what you need to do.
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