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Question

  1. Taking the taxi across town is quicker than taking the cart.
  2. Taking the cart across town is slower than driving a cycle.
  3. Taking the taxi across town is quicker than driving a cycle.

If the first two statements are true, the third statement is.

A

true.

B

false.

C

uncertain.

D

none.

Soln.
Ans: c

Both the cycle and the taxi are quicker than the cart, but there is no way to make a comparison between the taxi and the cycle.

Taxi > Cart and Cart < Cycle, no relation between Cycle and Cart.


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