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# Reasoning : Inequality Questions For Upcoming Bank Exams

Directions (1-3) In the following questions, the symbols ≠, © , % , @ are used with the following meaning as illustrated below :
“P ≠ Q means “P is neither greater than nor equal to Q”
“P © Q “ means “P is neither equal to nor smaller than Q”
“P % Q ” means “P is neither smaller nor greater than Q”
“P \$ Q” means “P is not smaller than Q”
“p @ Q means” P is not greater than Q ”

1) Statements
Z ≠ F , R @ F , D ©R
Conclusions
I)Z ≠ R
II)F ≠ D
III)D % Z

A)Only conclusion I & III are true
B)Only) conclusion II & III are true
C)Only) conclusion I is true
D)All are true
E)None) of these

2) Statements
R @ D ; D ©W ; B \$ W
Conclusions
I)W ≠ R
III)W \$ R

A)Only I , II & III are true
B)Only conclusion I & III are true
C)None) is true
D)Only conclusion II & III are true
E)None of these

3) Statements
H \$ V, V % M , K © M
Conclusions
II)M@ H

A)Only conclusion II & III are true
B)only conclusion I & II are true
C)Only conclusion II is true
D)None is true
E)All are true

Directions (4) Which of the following statements shows “A ≥ R’ and “B <C” holds definitely true ?

A)B ≤ C = A ≥ K = R
B)C=K > B < R ≥ A
C)C > B > A ≥ K = R
D) B = K < C U > L ≤ N ; L ≥Y >A
Conclusions
I)Y < N
II)Y=N

6) Statements J ≥ A > D =E ; L < A < M
Conclusions
I)M < J
II)J > L

7)Statements
M ≤ K > L=Y ; P ≤ T > M
Conclusions
I)P > Y
II)T <L

Directions (8-10) In these question , a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements . The statements are followed by two conclusions . Give answer
1)If only conclusion I is true
2)If only conclusion II is true
3)If either conclusions I or II is true
4)if neither conclusions I nor II is true
5)If) both conclusions I & II are true

8) Statements
S ≥ E = N < P , N < T ≤ R Conclusions I)P > R
II) E < R

9) Statements
E ≤ l H ≥ K
Conclusions
I)H > L
II)E W ≤ U ≤ L > G

10. Conclusions
I)Z ≥ W
II)G < C

Directions (11-15) Read the following information carefully and answer the following questions :

1)Which) of the following symbols should replace the question mark (?) in the given expression in order to make the expression A ≤ C as well as E > A definitely true ?
A ≤ B ? C < D = E
A)&lt
B)=
C)>
D)≥
E)None of these

2)Which of the following expressions will be true if the expression A > B = C < D = E ≤ F= G is definitely true ?
A)F > B
B)B= D
C)E ≥ A
D)C ≥ D
E)None of these

3)Which of the following symbols should be placed in the blank spaces respectively to complete the given expression in such a manner that the expressions Z ≤ X and Y < W are definitely true ? W ….X….V…..Y…..Z
A)= > = >
B)> = = ≥
C)≤ < = ≤
D)R < U
E)None of these

4)Which of the following expressions will be false if the expression P ≥ Q > R= S ≤ T < U is definitely true ?
A)P > R
B)U > S
C)S ≤ U
D)R < U
E)None of these

5)Which of the following letter should be placed in the blank spaces respectively to complete the given expression in such a manner that makes the expression L > N definitely false ?
…..≤…..<…..>…..
A)N,M,L,O
B)M,N,L,O
C)O,M,L,N
D)L,M,N,O
E)None of these

Directions (16-20) In each of these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the Statement(s).These statements are followed by two conclusions. Read the statement(s)and give Answer.
A)If only conclusion I is true
B)If only conclusion II is true
C)If either conclusion I or II is true
D)If neither conclusion I nor II is true
E)If) both conclusion I and II are true

16)
Statement M > A ≤ T ≥ R > X
Conclusions 1. T ≥ M 11.T> X

17)
Statement W > F ≥ R , M > N = R
Conclusions I.W=M II.F ≥ N

18)
Statement V < T =N , J ≥ F < V
Conclusions I.N > F II.V ≥ N

19)
Statement E < X ≥ A > M , E= P
Conclusions I.X > P II.M < X

20)
Statement D ≤ E ≥ C > P = N < I
Conclusions I. D ≥P II.I > E