Solution

Given:To find:Analysing Statement 1From the information given in statement 1, 13 ≤ m ≤ 16.

• As √m is an integer, m must be a perfect square.

In the given range 13 ≤ m ≤ 16, only one perfect square exists, which is 16.

Therefore, we can find unique value of √m.

Hence, statement 1 is sufficient.

Analysing Statement 2From the information given in statement 2, 3 ≤ √m ≤ 4.

• From this statement, we can say √m can be either 3 or 4.

Hence, statement 2 is not sufficient.

The correct answer is option A.

Answer: A
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