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# Statement-I : If

Statement-II :If

Which of the above statements is true

only I is true

only II is true

both I II are true

neither I nor II true

only I is true

only II is true

both I II are true

neither I nor II true

Hint:

### In this question we will solve both the questions to know whether they are true or not. In both statements we will first solve the fractions in RHS. Then we will find the coefficients of , x and constant term after that we will compare both sides to get the value of A,B,C.

## The correct answer is: only II is true

### Statement-I: If

Now, A=1 2A+B=3 A+B+C=1

A+B+C=1+1-1=-1

Statement 1 is not true.

Statement-II :If

Now, A=1, B=2, C=3

A+B-C=0

1+2-3=0

So, statement 2 is true.

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