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For the given statements:

  1. Mating spur gear teeth is an example of higher pair
  2. A revolute joint is an example of lower pair
  3. Indicate the correct answer.

 

  1. Both $I$ and $II$ are false
  2. $I$ is true and $II$ is false
  3. $I$ is false and $II$ is true
  4. Both $I$ and $II$ are true
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