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

**Statements:**

Y ≠ G > J ≠ K, I < K > P = R, R = S = H < A

**Conclusions:**

I. I > J

II. G > R

III. A < K

IV. K > HOption 1 : Only conclusion Iv follows.

The given statement is:

Y ≠ G > J ≠ K, I < K > P = R, R = S = H < A

After decoding we get:

Y > G or Y < G

G > J > K or G > J < K > I and K > P = R = S = H < A

**Conclusions:**

I. I > J → False (G > J < K > I and K > P = R clear relation between I and J cannot be determined hence false)

II. G > R → False (G > J < K > I and K > P = R clear relation between G and R cannot be determined hence false)

III. A < K → False (as K > P = R = S = H < A clear relation between A and K cannot be determined hence, false)

IV. K > H → True (as K > P = R = S = H given hence true)

Hence, the correct answer is only conclusion Iv follows.