Which of the following expressions will be false if the expression V ≥ W > X = Y ≤ Z < A is definitely true?

V ≥ W > X = Y ≤ Z < A∴ V > X. Hence option 1 is true. V ≥ W > X = Y ≤ Z < A∴ A > Y. Hence option 2 is true. V ≥ W > X = Y ≤ Z < A∴ A > Y. Hence option 3 is false. V ≥ W > X = Y ≤ Z < A∴ A > X. Hence option 4 is true.

- Statements: J > M < C ≤ S < Q = K > N Conclusion I. J ≥ S II. N > M
- Statements: K ≥ L, N = R, L ≥ R, Q > C = K Conclusions: I. R ≤ Q II. C ≥ N
- Statements: H ≥ R, T < L, R ≥ T, L < N > I Conclusion: I. R > I II. N ≥ T
- In which of the following expressions will the expression ‘S > R’ and ‘W < T’ be definitely false?
- In which of the following expression will the expression ‘R > U’ be definitely false?
- Statement: C < X ≤ B > E < L < I Conclusion: I. X > L II. B > C
- Statements:O < P,P < Q,Q < R Conclusions: I. P < R II. P > Q
- Statements: Q ≥ R > U; R ≤ S; U ≥ B Conclusions: I. U < Q II. S > B
- Statement:A≤T<B =C ≤P<D;D>J ≥S I. C >S II. J < D
- Statement: X = Y ≥ Z > Q; Y < V; W < Q Conclusions: I. V > W II. Q > V

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