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Statement-I :If and then

Statement-II :

Statement-III :

- Only I, II are true
- Only I, III are true
- Only II, III are true
- I, II, III are true

Hint:

### In this question, we have given the three statements. Prove each statement true separately. Here you just have to prove LHS is true for RHS.

## The correct answer is: I, II, III are true

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