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

Statements: V > T = M ≥ S = N, Y = H > W > N, S < D < W ≤ R

Conclusions:

I. V > W

II. T > N

III. M ≤ N


1.

Both II and III are True


2.

Only II is True


3.

Either II or III is True


4.

Both I and III are True


5.

None is True

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Correct Answer - Option 3 :

Either II or III is True


Solution:

Statements: V > T = M ≥ S = N, Y = H > W > N, S < D < W ≤ R

On combining: V > T = M ≥ S = N < D < W ≤ R, Y = H > W > N

I. V > W → False (As, V > T = M ≥ S = N < D < W → thus, clear relation between V and W can’t be established)

II. T > N → False (As, T = M ≥ S = N → we can’t say whether T is equal or greater than N)

III. M ≤ N → False (As, M ≥ S = N → thus M can’t be less than N)

Since, T = M

Therefore, we have complementary pairs T > N and M ≤ N.

Therefore, either conclusion II or III is true.

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