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16 May 12:36 PM

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How do you write these simply?
I mean, "having sisters" are for those who have a sister or sisters only, as well as "having brothers" or "having both sisters and brothers".
How can I make these statement to mean for both singular and plural?

Survey result
Having sisters: 6
Having brothers: 8
Having both sisters and brothers : 3
Having none of them: 7

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