Directions (Q. 1 - 5): In these questions a relationship between different elements is shown in the statement(s). The statement(s) is/are followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. Give answer

1. Statements: A > B, C = D = E < B

    Conclusions: I. C = E

    II. A > E

only conclusion I is true.

only conclusion II is true.

either conclusion I or II is true.

neither conclusion I nor II is true.

both conclusions I and II are true.


2. Statements: K > L, M = P = Q < L

    Conclusions: I. K < Q

    II. K = Q

only conclusion I is true.

only conclusion II is true.

either conclusion I or II is true.

neither conclusion I nor II is true.

both conclusions I and II are true.


3. Statements: R<N< P, P>M

   Conclusions: I. N> M

    II. R = M

only conclusion I is true.

only conclusion II is true.

either conclusion I or II is true.

neither conclusion I nor II is true.

both conclusions I and II are true.


4. Statement: M > R = A = K

   Conclusions: I. K > M

   II. K = R

only conclusion I is true.

only conclusion II is true.

either conclusion I or II is true.

neither conclusion I nor II is true.

both conclusions I and II are true.


5. Statement: Q = R > S = T

    Conclusions: I. Q = R

    II. T > Q

only conclusion I is true.

only conclusion II is true.

either conclusion I or II is true.

neither conclusion I nor II is true.

both conclusions I and II are true.


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