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    Directions: In the following question, a statement is followed by two conclusions. Which of the following conclusions can be logically drawn from the statement?

    Statement:
    If there are good reasons for pronouncing that the pre-historic carvings cannot be accurate copies from nature, and of a lower artistic standard than has been supposed, it will need to be determined how far their unlikeness to the animals they have been supposed to represent can be attributed to shortcomings naturally pertaining to pre-historic art.
    Conclusions:
    (A) The carvings are as close imitations as can be expected from sculptors not possessed of adequate skills.
    (B) The carvings form an unsafe basis for deductions of assumed accurate imitation.

    Options :-

    1. If conclusion (A) alone can be drawn from the statement
    2. If conclusion (B) alone can be drawn from the statement
    3. If both (A) and (B) can be drawn from the statement
    4. If neither (A) nor (B) can be drawn from the statement
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