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Options :

a.) RR Conflicts

b.) SR Conflicts

c.) Both a.) and b.)

d.) No Conflicts

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If there is an SR conflict in LR(1), there must be SR conflict in LALR(1), again if there is no RR conflict is LR(1) but there can be RR conflict in LALR(1).

Consider the case for LR(1)  there are 2 different state is LR(1) with two different look ahead on reduced items. But in LALR(1) those two state can be merged and those two reduced item will be in same state and can give conflict in favor of RR conflict.

So OPTION A will be the answer.
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