# Reasoning : Inequalities Questions for Upcoming Exam -Set 24

Directions (1-5) :In the following questions, the symbols ! , @ , # , \$ and % are used with the following meaning as illustrated below.
‘M \$ N’ means ‘M is smaller than N’.
‘M ! N’ means ‘M is smaller than or equal to N’.
‘M # N’ means ‘M is greater than or equal to N’.
‘M % N’ means ‘M is equal to N’.
‘M @ N’ means ‘M is greater than N’.
Now, in each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions a and b given below them is/are definitely true and give your answer accordingly.

1. STATEMENTS: Iz \$ Az ; Az @ Bz @ Cz# Dz! Ez; Bz @ Fz ;Ez\$Hz ;[email protected]
CONCLUSIONS:
a) Az & Dz
b) Dz # Hz

Only a is true
Only b is true
Either a or b is true
Neither a nor b is true
Both a and b are true
Option E

2. STATEMENTS: Sq @ Rq @ Lq; Lq @ Mq ! Nq # Oq % Pq @ Qq ; Nq \$ Tq
CONCLUSIONS:
a) [email protected]
b) [email protected]

Only a is true
Only b is true
Either a or b is true
Neither a nor b is true
Both a and b are true
Option A

3. STATEMENTS: Vv \$ Pp ; Ss % Uu ; Ww % Rr ; Pp @ Qq # Rr ! Ss % Tt
CONCLUSIONS:
a) Tt ! Ww
b) Rr # Vv

Only a is true
Only b is true
Either a or b is true
Neither a nor b is true
Both a and b are true
Option D

4. STATEMENTS: Nz# Tz#Rz % Jz @ Cz ; Lz \$ Jz; Rz @ Fz \$ Mz ; Nz \$ Sz
CONCLUSIONS:
a)Fz \$ Sz
b)Nz % Jz

Only a is true
Only b is true
Either a or b is true
Neither a nor b is true
Both a and b are true
Option A

5. STATEMENTS: Fw \$ Lw ; Hw # Cw \$ Gw ;Aw @ Bw \$ Cw # Dw ! Ew % Fw
CONCLUSIONS:
a)Aw ! Lw
b) Aw @ Lw

Only a is true
Only b is true
Either a or b is true
Neither a nor b is true
Both a and b are true
Option C

6. Directions (1-5) :In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by conclusions. Study the conclusions based on the given statements and select the appropriate answer.

7. STATEMENTS: Sz ≤ Lz ≤ Iz = Pz ≥ Ez > Rz; Lz > Qz CONCLUSIONS:
a) Pz ≥ Sz
b) Iz> Rz

Only conclusion a is true
Only conclusion b is true
Either conclusion a or b is true
Neither conclusion a nor b is true
Both conclusion a and b are true
Option E

8. STATEMENTS: Gs > Rs ≥ Es = As ≤ Ts ≤ Ss; Ds ≤ As ≤ Js
CONCLUSIONS:
a) Ts ≥ Ds
b) Rs > Ss

Only conclusion a is true
Only conclusion b is true
Either conclusion a or b is true
Neither conclusion a nor b is true
Both conclusion a and b are true
Option A

9. STATEMENTS: Akansha ≥ Banya > Caryl ≤ Danish ≤ Elvish < Frooti CONCLUSIONS: a)Akansha ≥ Elvish b) Caryl < Frooti
Only conclusion a is true
Only conclusion b is true
Either conclusion a or b is true
Neither conclusion a nor b is true
Both conclusion a and b are true
Option B

10. STATEMENTS: Gd > Rd ≥ Ed = Ad ≤ Td ≤ Sd; Dd ≤ Ad ≤ Jd
CONCLUSIONS:
a) Jd > Gd
b) Jd = Gd

Only conclusion a is true
Only conclusion b is true
Either conclusion a or b is true
Neither conclusion a nor b is true
Both conclusion a and b are true
Option D

11. STATEMENTS: Sz ≤ Lz ≤ Iz = Pz≥ Ez > Rz ; Lz > Qz CONCLUSIONS:
a). Lz < Rz b). Ez ≥ Qz

Only conclusion a is true
Only conclusion b is true
Either conclusion a or b is true
Neither conclusion a nor b is true
Both conclusion a and b are true
Option D

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