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# Consider, where p is a real number, and

Statement‐l:: If line is a chord of circle, then line is not always a diameter of circle C.

Statement‐II :: If line is a diameter ofcircle , then line is not a chord ofcircle C.

- Statement‐l is True, Statement‐2 is True; statement‐2 is a correct explanation for statement‐l
- Statement‐l is True, Statement‐2 is True; statement‐2 is NOT a correct explanation for statement‐l
- Statement‐l is True, Statement‐2 is False
- Statement‐l is False, Statement‐2 is True

## The correct answer is: Statement‐l is True, Statement‐2 is False

### In the question there are two statements to be inferred

By observing two statements carefully we can say that

Statement 1 is true and Statement 2 is false

Hence Choice 3 is correct

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