Which of the following symbols should replace the sign (@) and (%) respectively in the given expression in order to make the expression C ≥ G and A > F definitely true?

A > B ≥ D = E > G @ F ≤ H = I % C

A > B ≥ D = E > G = F ≤ H = I ≤ C C ≥ G and A > F are true. A > B ≥ D = E > G ≤ F ≤ H = I ≤ C C ≥ G is true and A > F is false. A > B ≥ D = E > G > F ≤ H = I ≤ C C ≥ G is false and A > F is true. A > B ≥ D = E > G = F ≤ H = I < C C ≥ G is false and A > F is true. A > B ≥ D = E > G ≥ F ≤ H = I < C C ≥ G is false and A > F is false.

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

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