# Which of the statements is certainly correct?

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Rohan is taller than Eeshan is; Jugnu is shorter than Rohan is.
Of only one of the following statements, we now certainly know it is correct:

Eeshan is taller than Jugnu is
Jugnu is taller than Eeshan is
It cannot be determined if Jugnu or Eeshan is tallest.

Which of the statements is certainly correct?

posted May 3, 2014
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