**1. 5; **

Given statements: R > S > T > U > X … (i)

T < V < W … (ii)

Combining both the statements, we have

W > V > T > U > X

or, W > X or X < W. Hence, conclusion II is true.

Again, from (i), R > X is true.

Hence, conclusion I follows.

**2. 1; **

Given statements: E = F < G < H … (i)

G > I … (ii)

Combining both the statements, we have

I < G < H, Thus, I < H. So, H > I is true.

Hence, conclusion I follows.

Again, E = F < G > I

We can’t compare E and I.

Hence, conclusion II does not follow.

**3. 1;**

Given statements: A > B > F > C … (i)

D > E > C … (ii)

From (i), we have,

A > C, so C < A is true.

Hence, conclusion I is true.

Again, combining both the statements, we have

A > B > F > C < E < D

We can’t compare B and D.

Thus, conclusion II does not follow.

**4. 3; **

Given statements: K < L < M = N … (i)

P > O > N … (ii)

Combining both the statements, we have

K < L < M = N < O < P

Thus, K < P, means K < P may be true. And

K = P may also be true.

Hence, either conclusion I or II follows.

**5. 2; **

Given statements: D < E < F < G … (i)

K > F … (ii)

Combining both the statements we have,

K > F < G

We can’t compare K and G.

Thus, conclusion I does not follow.

Again, D < E < F < K.

Thus, D < K. So, K > D is true.

Hence, conclusion II follows.

**6. 1; **

Statements: N > O > P = Q > R

Thus, N > R is true. Hence, I is true, but conclusion II does not follow.

**7. 4; **

Statements: Given expressions:

W < X < Y = Z > A … (i)

W < B … (ii)

Combining both the expressions, we have

B > W < X < Y = Z > A

We can’t compare B and Z.

Thus, conclusion I is not true. Also we can’t compare W and A. Hence, conclusion II is not true.

**8. 5; **

Given expressions H > I > J > K … (i)

L < M < K … (ii)

Combining both expressions, we have

H > I > J > K > M > L

Thus, I > M is true. Hence, conclusion I follows.

Again, H > L means L < H, so conclusion II is also true.

**9. 4; **

Given expression C < D < E … (i)

D > F > G … (ii)

Combining both the expressions,

C < D > F > G

We can’t compare C and G.

Thus, conclusion I is not true.

F < D < E

Hence, F < E. Thus, conclusion II is not true.

**10. 2; **

Given expression R > S > T > U … (i)

V < T … (ii)

Combining both the expressions,

V < T > U

We can’t compare V and U.

Thus, conclusion I is not true.

Again, R > S > T > V, so, R > V or V < R. Thus, conclusion II is true.