A) If only conclusion I follows | B) If only conclusion II follows |

C) If neither I nor II follows | D) If both I and II follow |

Explanation:

I is not hinted at. It is an invention of the concluder's mind. II follows because if "the whole purpose of something is defeated", it loses its meaning.

A) if a > b | B) if a < b |

C) if the relationship between a and b cannot be established. | D) if a ≤ b |

Explanation:

I. (a - 3)(a - 4) = 0

=> a = 3, 4

II. (b - 2)(b - 1) = 0

=> b = 1, 2

=> a > b

A) TRUE | B) FALSE |

Explanation:

Since the Gaslight Commons costs more than the Riverdale Manor and the Livingston Gate costs more than the Gaslight Commons, it is true that the Livingston Gate costs the most.

A) only A alone is sufficient | B) only B alone is sufficient |

C) both A and B are required | D) Cannot be answered |

Explanation:

For the given problem there are three possiblities.

Father's age can be = 36, 31, 29

Mother's age = 32, 27, 25

Son's age = 8, 3, 1.

By using only B it can be calculated.

A) I only | B) II only |

C) I, II, and III | D) None of the statements is a fact. |

Explanation:

All baseball caps have brims, since baseball caps are hats (Fact 3) and all hats have brims (Fact 1). This rules out statement III—but it doesn’t follow that all caps, a category that may include caps that are not baseball caps, have brims (statement I). Statement II cannot be confirmed, either, since it is possible, given the information, that all baseball caps are black.

A) Only a is sufficient | B) Only b is sufficient |

C) Both a & b are necessary | D) None |

Explanation:

The sum of square of two no is 116 i.e no lie 1-11, because 11x11 =121 which is greater than 116

again after cheaking all possible pair of no only 4 and 10 satisfy this condsn , again the progression is of positive integer so 10 cant not be 1st term

so the 1st term is 4,

but from the 2nd we cant able to find the 1st term

so only 1st statement is sufficient to answer the question