# GATE2015 ME-3: GA-7

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Given below are two statements followed by two conclusions. Assuming these statements to be true, decide which one logically follows.

Statements:

1. No manager is a leader.

Conclusions:

1. No manager is an executive.
2. No executive is a manager.
1. Only conclusion I follows.
2. Only conclusion II follows.
3. Neither conclusion I nor II follows.
4. Both conclusions I and II follow.

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Every leader is executive and no manager is leader. So, manager can be other than leader which also includes executive. So (I)  is FALSE.

(ii) is also FALSE because some executive who is not a leader can be a manager.

C IS CORRECT

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Answer is C,we can check by venn diagram.

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