Statements: Q = R; S ≥ T; P ≤ Q; R > V; R > S; T ≥ U
(i) R > U (ii) V ≥ U (iii) P = R (iv) P < R
Given statements: Q = R; S ≥ T; P ≤ Q; R > V; R > S; T ≥ U On combining: P ≤ Q = R > S ≥ T ≥ U ; R > V Conclusions: (i) R > U ,True since R > S ≥ T ≥ U (ii) V ≥ U ,False since either V ≥ U or V < U (iii) P = R ,can be true since P ≤ Q =R (iv) P < R, can be true since P ≤ Q =R Hence, option 3 is the answer.
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