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When ANY is modified by a prepositional phrase that is plural, is the verb singular or plural?
Whether any of the doors along the hallway is open or not
Whether any of the doors along the hallway are open or not
This is not a duplicate of the linked question, which asks about the difference in usage between things like "any book" (with a singular noun) and "any books" (with a plural noun).