**Directions:** In the following question assuming the given statements to be True, find which of the conclusion among given conclusions is/are definitely true and then give your answers accordingly.

**Statements:** Y > H ≥ W; T = Z; J < Y ≤ Z; X < W

**Conclusions: **

I. X < T

II. J > H

III. Z > J- All are true
- None are true
- Both I and III are true
- Only I is true
- Both II and III are true

Option 3 : Both I and III are true

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Given statements: Y > H ≥ W; T = Z; J < Y ≤ Z; X < W

On combining: T = Z ≥ Y > H ≥ W > X; T = Z ≥ Y > J

Conclusions

I. X < T → True (T = Z ≥ Y > H ≥ W > X → T > X)

II. J > H → False (Y > H and Y > J → relation between J and H cannot be determined.)

III. Z > J → True (Z ≥ Y > J → Z > J)

Thus, both conclusions I and III are true.

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