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understanding Route-Map Sequences

I would like to know when the Route Map means AND and when it Means OR:

For instance:

Route-Map OSPF2EIGRP 10
Match tag 5
Match Route-Type Internal
Does this mean match them both or the condition is false.
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Route-Map OSPF2EIGRP 10
Match tag 5

Route-Map OSPF2EIGRP 10
Match Route-Type Internal

Does this mean Match either the routes with tag 5 OR type Internal ?
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Sorry for the typo in the OR case:

Route-Map OSPF2EIGRP 10
Match tag 5
Match Route-Type Internal
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Route-Map OSPF2EIGRP 10
Match tag 5

Route-Map OSPF2EIGRP 20
Match Route-Type Internal
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So Multiple Match in one sequence is an AND
Multiple match in difference sequences is an OR

Correct?
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thank you