• # question_answer Direction: In these questions, a relationship between the different elements is shown in the statements. Find the true conclusion from the given two conclusions and then give your answer Statements: $L>E,$$E\ge F$,$L\ge K$ Conclusions: $I.E\ge K$$II.L>F$ A)  If only conclusion I is true.B)  If only conclusion II is true.C)  If either conclusion I or conclusion II is trueD)  If neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true.E)  If both conclusion I and II are true.

Given statements: L>E                 ...(i) E$\ge$F                       ...(ii) L$\ge$K                       ....(iii) Combining (i). (ii) and (iii), we get $K\le L>E\ge F$ ?.(iv) Thus, we cant compare K and E. Hence, I ($E\ge K$is not true. Again, L > F is true.