**Directions (Q. 1 – 5): In these questions a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements.**

**The statements are followed by two conclusions. Give your answer**

**a) If conclusion (I) is true.**

**b) If conclusion (II) is true.**

**c) If either conclusion (I) or (II) is true.**

**d) If neither conclusion (I) nor (II) is true.**

**e) If both conclusions (I) and (II) are true. **

**1. Statements:**

C>E>N=T, L<W=N

Conclusions:

I) N=W

II) E>L

**2. Statements:**

R=E<S>P, Q>M>E

Conclusions:

I) P>Q

II) M>R

**3. Statements:**

X>W>D>B,G=T>W

Conclusions:

I) G>D

II) T>B

**4. Statements:**

N<R=K<L,F<U<L

Conclusions:

I) R>F

II) N>U

**5. Statements:**

C>R>T=M<P<N

Conclusions:

I) C>M

II) T<N

**Answers: **

1. e) Combining both statements we get

C>E>N=T=W>L

Thus N=W is true, again E>L is true, , so both conclusions (I) and (II) are true .

2. b)Combining both statements we get

Q>M>E=R<S>P

No Relation Can’t be established between P & Q, but M>R is true, so conclusion (II) is true.

3. e) Combining both statement we get

X>W<T=G and G=T>W>D>B

Hence G>D is right again T>B is true. Hence both the conclusions are true.

4. d) Combining both statement we get

N<R=K<L>U>F

No Relation can establish between R & F and N&U. So, conclusion (I) nor (II) is true.

5. e) Combining both statements we get

C>R>T=M<P<N

Thus C>M is true, again T<N is true, so both conclusions (I) and (II) are true .

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