# Given the current knowledge about complexity class, what can we say?

I am a CS student. I am looking at some questions my professor made and I got stuck in this one.
"Which one of the following inclusions between complexity classes is coherent with the current knowledge? (even if not proved, yet)". The possible answers are:

• P $$\subseteq$$ EXP (Which I know it is true)
• NP $$\subseteq$$ EXP (Which I know it is also true)
• EXP $$\subseteq$$ P (Which is clearly false)
• EXP $$\subseteq$$ NP

Now, if I flag as correct answers only the two I know that are true, I obtain that my answer is partially correct. So in conclusion my question is: Given the current knowledge can we say that EXP $$\subseteq$$ NP or is this just a mistake of my professor?
The inclusion $$\mathsf{EXP} \subseteq \mathsf{NP}$$ is not disproven since, from what we know so far, it could be the case that $$\mathsf{EXP} = \mathsf{NP}$$. Therefore the last option should also be marked.