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How do you solve these questions? I just don't understand how if the statement is incorrect the reason can be correct. Isn't the reason supposed to explain the statement? How can you explain the statement if the statement itself is incorrect?


Same goes with "The statement and reason are both correct but unrelated" -- how can a reason be "correct" but unrelated to the statement? Wouldn't that just mean that the reason is incorrect since it doesn't answer the statement?

Feel free to provide examples -- I'm getting 22~25 on RC for datbootcamp but these questions are stumping me.
 

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I guess it's same as saying the first statement is true the second statement is false.