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  1. Statement
    L = M ≥ N;
    M > P;
    L < K.
    Conclusions
    I. K > P
    II. N < K
    1. If only Conclusions I is true
    2. if only Conclusions II is true
    3. if either Conclusions I or II is true
    4. if neither Conclusions I nor II is true
    5. if both Conclusions I and II are true
Correct Option: B

Statement
L = M ≥ N;
M > P;
L < K ;
On combing both the statements, we get
P < L = M ≥ N < k
Conclusions
I. K > P         (false)
II. N < K       (true)
Hence, only Conclusions II is definitely true.


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