Solution

1. (b);
Given Statements:  T≥Q<R=P ………(i)

N≤R      ………(ii)

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L≥S=N      ………(iii)

Combining all the statements, we get:

T≥Q<R=P≥N=S≤L    ………(iv)

Now,

From (iv), T ≥ N is not true

R ≥ S is true

Again, L ≥ R is not true.

Hence only II is true.

2. (e);
From (iv), R>L is not true

L>Pis not true

N≤Qis not true

Hence none is true.

3. (d);

Given Statements:

D=C≥V>K≥M     ……… (i)

W≥E=G>M        ……..(ii)

Combining both statements, we get

D=C≥V>K≥M<G=E≤W

Thus, D>M is true

Again, M<W is true

But, C≥E is not true

Hence only I and II are true.

4. (b);

Given statements:

S≤N≤P=T>R    ……… (i)

Q>V≥W=K>P   ………(ii)

Combining both statements, we get

S≤N≤P<K=W≤V<Q   ……….. (iii)

And, Q>V≥W=K>P=T>R    ………….(iv)

Now,

From (iii), S<K is true

Again, W<Q or Q>W is true

But, W≥P is not ture

Hence only I and II are ture.

5. (c);
From (iv), K>R is true

Again, T≤V is not true

But, W>R is true

Hence only I and III are true.

6.c

7.b

8.c

9.a

10.c

11. 3

12. 1

13. 2

14. 3

15. 2

16. 3

17. 1

18. 2

19. 5