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Direction: In the following question assuming the given statements to be True, find which of the conclusion among given conclusions is/are definitely true and then give your answers accordingly.

Statements: P > R ≥ S < M; U > S > Q = T

Conclusions:

I. U ≥ M

II. Q < P


1. Only I is True
2. Neither I nor II is True
3. Both I and II are True
4. Either I or II is True
5. Only II is True

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Correct Answer - Option 5 : Only II is True

Given statements: P > R ≥ S < M; U > S > Q = T

On combining: P > R ≥ S > Q = T; M > S < U

Conclusions:

I. U ≥ M → False (as M > S < U thus, clear relation between M and U cannot be determined)

II. Q < P → True (as P > R ≥ S > Q → P > Q)

Hence, Only II is True is the correct answer.

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