**Directions (1 - 5): In the following questions, the symbols @, ©, $, % and # are used with the following meaning as illustrated below:**

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Now, in each of the following questions, assuming the given statement to be true, find which of the three Conclusions I, II and III given below them is/are definitely true and give your answer accordingly :-

**Q1. Statement:**D # K, K@T, T $ M, M % J

**Conclusions:**

**I. J @ T**

II. J % T

III. D @ T

a) Only I is true

b) Only II is true

c) Either I or II is true

d) Either I or II and II are True

**Q2. Statement:**R @ N, N © D, D $ J, J # B

**Conclusions:**

**I. R @ J**

II. J @ N

III. B @ D

a) None is True

b) Only I is true

c) Only II is true

d) Only III is true

b) Only I is true

c) Only II is true

d) Only III is true

**Q3. Statements:**W © B, B & V, V $ R, R @ K**Conclusions:**

**I. K © B**

II. R # B

III. V @ W

a) I and II are true

b) I and III are true

c) II and III are true

d) All III are true

b) I and III are true

c) II and III are true

d) All III are true

**Q4. Statements:**H $ M, M # T, T @ D, D © R

**Conclusions:**

I. D © M

II. R @ M

III. H $ T

a) None is True

b) Only I is True

c) Only II is True

d) Only III is True

e) None of The Above

**Q5. Statements:**B % J, J @ K, K © T, T $ F

**Conclusions:**

**I. F @ K**

II. B @ K

III. B @ F

a) I and II are True

b) I and III are True

c) II and III are True

d) All are True

II. F $ M

III. K © B

a) Only I is True

b) Only II is True

c) Only III is True

d) None is True

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I. J @ T means J > T

II. J % T means J = T (Either I or II is True)

III. D @ T means D > T (True)

So, It is clear that either Conclusion I or II and III are true.

R > N < D ≤ J

Conclusions

I. R @ J means R > J (False)

II. J @ N means J > N ( True)

III. B @ D means B > D (False)

So, It is clear that only Conclusion II is true

W < B = V ≤ R > K

Conclusions

I. K © B means K < B (False)

II. R # B means R ≥ B (True)

III. V @ W means V > W (True)

So, It is clear that both conclusion II and III are True.

H ≤ M ≥ T > D < R

Conclusions

I. D © M means D < M (True)

II. R @ M means R > M (False)

III. H $ T means H ≤ T (False)

So, it is clear that only Conclusion I is true.

B = J > K < T ≤ F

I. F @ K means F > K (True)

II. B @ K means B > K (True)

III. B @ F means B > F (False)

So, it is clear that both Conclusions I and II are True

F ≥ B ≤ M > K < N

I. N @ M means N > M (False)

II. F $ M means F ≤ M (False)

III. K © B means K < B (False)

So, it is clear that None of The Conclusions is True

b) I and III are True

c) II and III are True

d) All are True

**Q6. Statements: F # B, B $ M, M @ K, K © N****Conclusions:****I. N @ M**II. F $ M

III. K © B

a) Only I is True

b) Only II is True

c) Only III is True

d) None is True

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**Solution**

**Answer 1 (Option D)**

D

Conclusions**≥ K > T ≤ M = J**I. J @ T means J > T

II. J % T means J = T (Either I or II is True)

III. D @ T means D > T (True)

So, It is clear that either Conclusion I or II and III are true.

**Answer 2 (Option C)**R > N < D ≤ J

**≥ B**Conclusions

I. R @ J means R > J (False)

II. J @ N means J > N ( True)

III. B @ D means B > D (False)

So, It is clear that only Conclusion II is true

**Answer 3 (Option C)**W < B = V ≤ R > K

Conclusions

I. K © B means K < B (False)

II. R # B means R ≥ B (True)

III. V @ W means V > W (True)

So, It is clear that both conclusion II and III are True.

**Answer 4 (Option B)**H ≤ M ≥ T > D < R

Conclusions

I. D © M means D < M (True)

II. R @ M means R > M (False)

III. H $ T means H ≤ T (False)

So, it is clear that only Conclusion I is true.

**Answer 5 (Option A)**B = J > K < T ≤ F

I. F @ K means F > K (True)

II. B @ K means B > K (True)

III. B @ F means B > F (False)

So, it is clear that both Conclusions I and II are True

**Answer 6 (Option D)**F ≥ B ≤ M > K < N

I. N @ M means N > M (False)

II. F $ M means F ≤ M (False)

III. K © B means K < B (False)

So, it is clear that None of The Conclusions is True

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