In the following question assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the conclusions among given conclusions is/are definitely true and then give your answers accordingly.

**Statements: **R ≤ A < N ≤ I; K ≥ I; V > A

**Conclusions:**

I) K ≥ A

II) V > I

III) R ≤ K

Option 5 : None of these

Given Statements: R ≤ A < N ≤ I; K ≥ I; V > A

On combining: R ≤ A < N ≤ I ≤ K and V > A

Conclusions:

1) K ≥ A → False (A < N ≤ I ≤ K implies that K is greater than A)

2) V > I → False (V > A < N ≤ I here we don’t have the clear relation between V and I)

3) R ≤ K → False (R ≤ A < N ≤ I ≤ K here we have R is less than K)

Hence, the correct answer is