Statements: H ≤ L< S ≤ K , S = G ≥ I > Q, U ≤ B < N = C = I

Conclusions: I. B < S II. H < Q

Combining the equations to find the relationship between B and S, we get S = G ≥ I = C = N > B Clearly, the common sign of inequalities between S and B is of '>'. Conclusion S > B or B < S is hence stays true. C1, hence, follows. Similarly, combining equations to find the relationship between H and Q, we get H ≤ L< S = G ≥ I > Q Clearly, there are opposite signs between H and Q , hence we can't define a relationship between them. C2, hence, doesn't follow.

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