In which of the following expressions will the expression ‘R > X’ and ‘Q > X be definitely true ?

The correct answer is C

- Statements: R % B, B & T, T @ E, E % G Conclusions : I. T $ R II. R @ E III. B @ G
- Statements: M % N, N & A, A @ B, B # C Conclusions: I. C & A II. M # B
- Statements: A > F < C; D ≤ E < F > B; I ≤ E < D Conclusions: I. C > I II. E < A III. D ≥ A
- Statements: K ≥ N = I ≥ H ≤ U; B = S ≤ I Conclusion: I. B < K II. B = K
- Statement: A > D = N ; N `>=` Q; Q > S; S < T Conclusion: I. N > S II. Q `<=` A
- Statements: A > B ≥ C; D ≤ C > E > F; H < F Conclusions: I. H ≤ B II. A > D III. D > F
- Statements: B < C ≤ D < A ≥ Y Conclusion: I. A > B II. Y < C
- Statement: T < U; W ≤ V = U; I > V; X ≥ U Conclusion: I. I > X II. X ≥ I
- Statements: J > M < C ≤ S < Q = K > N Conclusion I. J ≥ S II. N > M
- Statements: B & Y, Y # M, M $ X, X @ S Conclusions: I. X $ Y II. X & Y

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