Unable, restrained, restricted, incapacitated

Ju

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1. His hands are hurt which caused him unable to cook.
2. His hands are hurt which restrained him from cooking.
3. His hands are hurt which restricted him to cook.
4. His hands are hurt which left him incapacitated to cook.

Are the above sentences grammatical and do they mean the same?

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bhaisahab

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They are all incorrect. 'His hands are injured so he is unable to cook'.
 
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