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    A consultant observing the data made the following two inferences:

    Inference I:
    The number of grocers per thousand of population is the highest in north India.
    Inference II:
    The number of cosmetic stores per thousand of population is the highest in south India.

    Which of following options is DEFINITELY correct?

    Options :-

    1. Inference I alone is correct.
    2. Inference II alone is correct.
    3. Either of the inferences is correct.
    4. Neither of the inferences is correct.
    5. Inference I will be correct only if Inference II is correct.
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