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In SSRS 2008, How do I build an expression in a Matrix-Tablix, Fill section?

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This is what I have so far.
=Switch(col A <0, "Orange", col B = 0,  "Red")

In a Matrix Tablix Fill  I need the full expression to:

(If col A is < 0 then row is orange
If col B = 0 then row is  red
If neither above apply then row is  transparent
If both apply Col B then row is red)
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use it like this:

switch (co A >= 0 and col B <> 0, "transparent",
col A < 0 and col B = 0, "red",
col A < 0, "orange",
col B = 0, "red")
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