Statements: M ≤ N; O < R; O = N; S ≥ Q; N > S

Conclusions:

(i) Q < M

(ii) N ≥ Q

(iii) M > R

Given statements: M ≤ N; O < R; O = N; S ≥ Q; N > S On combining: M ≤ N = O < R; Q ≤ S < N Conclusions: (i) Q < M False since either Q≤M OR Q>M (ii) N ≥ Q False since N≠Q (iii) M > R False since M<R Hence, option 1 is the answer.

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