Statement: C > S > F > B > L; I > B > T

Conclusion: I. I > L II. T < C

Combined Inequality: C > S > F > B > L ; I > B > T ; C > S > F > B > T Conclusion: I. I > L∴ I > L. Hence, Conclusion I is true. II. T < C∴ T < C. Hence, Conclusion II is true.

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- Statement: L > J ≥ U ≥ F; P < S < L Conclusion: I. S < F II. P < U
- What is the place of question mark (?) in the given expression does the expression L < I and W > L is definitely true? W = P ≥ M ? L ; P ≤ I
- Statements: A $ B @ D & E @ G % H, F & A, G $ J Conclusions: I. A # H II. D $ J
- Which of the following symbols should replace the sign (@) respectively in the given expression in order to make the expression P ≥ O and D > K definitely true? C ≥ D > M > S = P @ J ≥ K= O
- Statement: G = X ≥ W = B < U = O Conclusions: I. G ≥ B II. W < O III. X > O IV. U > G
- Which of the following symbols should be placed in the blank spaces, respectively (in the same order from left to right ) in order to complete the given expression in such a manner that makes the expressions ‘ N`>=` S ’ as well as ‘ V`>=` G’ definitely true? A _ V _ E _ N _ G _ S
- Statement: I ≤ S, S < X, X = F, F ≤ K Conclusion: I. K > I II. I < X
- Statements: C > D ≥ E ≤ F; Y ≥ Z ≥ A = C Conclusion: I. Y > F II. F ≥ Y

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