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1

B

Combining both the equations to find the relationship between L and H, we get

L ≤ M = E ≤ X < H

Clearly, the common sign of inequalities between L and H is of '<' and the given conclusion is L ≤ H. C1, hence, does not follow.

Similarly, for S and M, we get

S ≥ H > X ≥ E = M

Clearly, the common sign between S and M is of '>' and the given conclusion is S < M. C2, hence, does not follow.

Similarly, for J and Z, we get

J = X < H ≤ S ≤ V < T = Z

Clearly, the common sign between J and Z is of '<' and the given conclusion is also J < Z. C3, hence, follows.

Option B is hence the correct answer.

2

D

Combining both the equations to find the relationship between L and O, we get

L ≤ K = E ≤ Q < H ≤ S ≤ V < O

Clearly, the common sign of inequalities between L and O is of '<' and the given conclusion is L < O. C1, hence, follows.

Similarly, for S and K, we get

S ≥ H > Q ≥ E = K

Clearly, the common sign between S and K is of '>' and the given conclusion is S > K. C2, hence, follows as well.

Similarly, for O and C, we get

C < L ≤ K = E ≤ Q < H ≤ S ≤ V < O

Clearly, the common sign between C and O is of '<' , thus C < O or O > C and the given conclusion is O > C. Hence C3, also follows.

Option D is hence the correct answer.

3

B

Combining the equations to find the relationship between N and A, we get

N = C = I ≤ G = S ≤ K < A

Clearly, the common sign of inequalities between N and A is of '<'. Conclusion N < A is hence stays true. C1, hence, follows.

Similarly, combining equations to find the relationship between T and B, we get

T < H ≤ L < S = G ≥ I = C = N > B

Clearly, the signs are getting reversed and hence we can't define a relationship between T and B. C2, hence, doesn't follow.

Similarly, combining equations to find the relationship between S and N, we get

S = G ≥ I = C = N

Here the common sign between S and N is '≥' and the given conclusion is S ≥ N. Evidently , C3 follows.

Option B is hence the correct answer.

4

E

Combining the equations to find the relationship between D and L, we get

D ≤ E = N ≤ L

Clearly, the common sign of inequalities between D and L is of '≤'. Conclusion D < L is hence stays false individually as the relationship is D ≤ L.

Clearly, the common sign of inequalities between D and L is of '≤'. Conclusion D = L is hence stays false individually as the relationship is D ≤ L.

But if we combine both the individual conclusions, we'll get that either D < L or D = L.

Hence Either C1 or C2 follows.

Option E is hence the correct answer.

5

C

Combining both the equations to find the relationship between T and O, we get

T ≤ K = E ≤ Q < H ≤ S ≤ V < O

Clearly, the common sign of inequalities between T and O is of '<' and the given conclusion is T < O. C1, hence, follows.

Similarly, for S and K, we get

S ≥ H > Q ≥ E = K

Clearly, the common sign between S and K is of '>' and the given conclusion is S > K. C2, hence, follows as well.

Option C is hence the correct answer.