Reasoning: Inequalities Questions for Upcoming Exam – Set 22

  1. Which of the following expression is definitely true based on : P<Q≤R=S≥T ; U≥S<V ; Q>W<X
    a)U>Q
    b)U>W

    Only a
    Only b
    Both a and b
    Neither a nor b
    None of these
    Option B

     

  2. In which of these expressions “Y>Z” be definitely false?
    Y>A≥B=C≥D>Z
    A<B≤Y≤D ; Z≥P>D
    Z≤A≤B=C<Y
    Y>M≥N≤O ; Z<N
    Y>A=B≥C ; Z<Q=C
    Option B

     

  3. In which of these expressions “A>B” and “A=B” be definitely false?
    A≥C≥B>D=E≥F>G
    B<C≤D≤A ; E≥F>A
    D≤E≤F=G<H
    D>E≥F≤G=B≤H=A ; I
    M>A=C≥B ; E<F=B
    Option B

     

Directions (4-7): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
M%N means “M is not smaller than N”
M$N means “M is neither smaller than or equal to N”
M#N means “M is neither greater than or equal to N”
M@N means “M is neither greater than nor smaller than N”
M^N means “M is not greater than N”

  1. STATEMENTS: a@b , b%c , c#d , d^e
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a)e$c
    b)d$a
    c)c@a
    d)c#a

    a is true
    c is true
    d is true
    Either c or d is true
    Either c or d is true and a is true
    Option E

     

  2. STATEMENTS: m^n , n%o , o#p , p$q
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a)q#o
    b)n$p
    c)m#p
    d)n$q

    a is true
    b is true
    c is true
    none is true
    d is true
    Option D

     

  3. STATEMENTS: p@q , q%r , r#s , s^t
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a)t%r
    b)s$q
    c)p@t
    d)q#t

    All are true
    a, b and c are true
    a, c and d are true
    a, b and d are true
    All are false
    Option E

     

  4. STATEMENTS: u#v , v^w , w$x , x%y
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a)y#v
    b)y#w
    c)v#x
    d)w$u

    All are true
    a and d are true
    c and d are true
    b and d are true
    b and c are true
    Option D

     

Directions: In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown.They are followed by two conclusions.

  1. STATEMENT: A≥B<C<D<E=F
    CONCLUSIONS :
    a)F>B
    b)D<A

    a follows
    b follows
    Both a and b follows
    Either a or b follows
    Neither a nor b follows
    Option A

     

  2. STATEMENT: M≥N<O=P>Q>R
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a)M>Q
    b)O>R

    a follows
    b follows
    Both a and b follows
    Either a or b follows
    Neither a nor b follows
    Option B

     

  3. STATEMENT: X≥Y>Z<A=B>C
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a)X>B
    b)Z>C

    a follows
    b follows
    Both a and b follows
    Either a or b follows
    Neither a nor b follows
    Option E

     



 

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