A, B, and C are three downs, each connected by a network of roads. There are 82 ways to get from A to B, including those routes that pass through C. There are 62 ways to get from B to C, including those routes that pass through A. The number of ways to get from A to C, including those ways passing through B, is less than 300. How many ways are there to get from A to C?

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