Select the set in which the statements are logically related.
A. Mathew and Paul are brothers.
B. Siblings are known to quarrel often.
C. Mathew and Paul don.t quarrel.
D. All those who quarrel are siblings.
E. Paul and Mathew quarrel often.
F. Mathew and Paul cannot be siblings.
The premise AB gives E as the conclusion which can be seen from the following figure:
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