Bunuel wrote:
James weighs more than Kelly.
Luis weighs more than Mark.
Mark weighs less than Ned.
Kelly and Ned are exactly the same weight.
If the information above is true, which of the following must also be true?
(A) Luis weighs more than Ned.
(B) Luis weighs more than James.
(C) Kelly weighs less than Luis.
(D) James weighs more than Mark.
(E) Kelly weighs less than Mark.
Combining statement 1 and 4 -> James > Kelly = Ned
Statement 2 and 3 translate to Luis > Mark < Ned
Assume numbers to double check. James = 90, Kelly = Ned = 80, Luis = 70, Mark = 65
Evaluating answer options to check which of them is true
(A) Luis weighs more than Ned. -> False
(B) Luis weighs more than James. -> False
(C) Kelly weighs less than Luis. -> False(D) James weighs more than Mark. -> True
(E) Kelly weighs less than Mark. -> False
From the available answer options,
Option D(James weighs more than Mark) is definitely true.
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