# In which statement is the OR exclusive?

$\begin {array} {1 1} (A)\; A\: student\: who\: has\: studied\: mathematics\: or\: computer\: science\: can\: apply\: for\: M .B. A \\ (B)\;An \: ice\: cream\: or\: juice\: is\: available\:with \: a \: meal \: in \: a\: hotel. \\ (C)\;To\: obtain\: a\: driving \: license\: you\: need \: a\: ration\: card\: or\: a\: passport. \\ (D)\;Banks \: are\: closed\: if\: it\: is\: a\: holiday\: or\: a\: sunday. \end {array}$

Ans : (B)
A- This is inclusive ‘or’ since students who have taken both maths
and computer science can apply for MBA as well as the students
who have taken only one of these statements.
B- This is called exclusive ‘or’ since a person cannot have both ice cream and juice.
C- This is inclusive ‘or’ because a person can have both a passport and a ration card.
D- This is inclusive ‘or’ since banks are closed on holidays as well as on Sundays.