$\begin{array}{1 1} inclusive\;or \\ exclusive\;or \end{array} $

- 'or' is exclusive in the statement if only one of the the components occur at a time to make the statement correct.
- 'or' is inclusive in the statement if both the components can occur simultaneously to make the statement correct.

The given statement is:

"All integers are positive or negative"

Here 'or' is exclusive or

Because if all integers are positive then they will not be negative and vice versa.

An integer cannot be both positive and negative simultaneously.

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