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Would you mind telling me the difference between 1."so + A(adjective) + to do B" and 2."so + A(adjective) + as to do B" in each case below, please?

1. "If you're so careless to overlook it, .." and "If you're so careless as to overlook it, .."

2. "You're so careless to overlook it." and "You're so careless as to overlook it."

3. "You were so careless to overlook it." and "You were so careless as to overlook it"

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