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      In these questions relations between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions. Given answer :

      Statement: M > K ≥ V ≥ G; Q < T < M

      Conclusion:

      I. T < G

      II. Q < V

      A Only Conclusion I follows Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
      B Only Conclusion II follows Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
      C Either Conclusion I or II follows Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
      D Neither Conclusion I nor II follows Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
      E Both Conclusion I and II follow Correct Answer Incorrect Answer

      Solution

      Combined Inequality: Q < T < M > K ≥ V ≥ G Conclusions: I. T < G, No relation can be established between T and G. Hence, Conclusion I is not true. II. Q < V, No relation can be established between Q and V. Hence, Conclusion II is not true.

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