# Reasoning : Inequalities Questions for Upcoming Exam -Set 28

1. In the following questions, the symbols %, &, #, * and @ are used with the following meaning as illustrated below:

‘Q@R’ means ‘Q is neither greater than nor equal to R’
‘Q\$R’ means ‘Q is neither equal to nor smaller than R’
‘Q%R’ means ‘Q is neither smaller than nor greater than R’
‘Q&R’ means ‘Q is not smaller than R’
‘Q*R’ means ‘Q is not greater than R’
Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statement to be true, find which of the conclusions given below them is/are definitely true and give your answer accordingly.

STATEMENTS: R@Q\$V*Y&N%L\$M*S
CONCLUSIONS:
a) M@L
b) Y&Q

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

2. STATEMENTS: Y@V%Z\$M&Q\$X*T&W
CONCLUSIONS:
a)Z\$Y
b) X@V
Only a is true
Only b is true
Either a or b is true
Both a and b are true
Neither a nor b is true
Option D

3. STATEMENTS: T*Y@P*V%M&Q&E\$X
CONCLUSIONS:
a) V\$X
b) X%V
Only a is true
Only b is true
Either a or b is true
Both a and b are true
Neither a nor b is true
Option A

4. STATEMENTS: Y*V%Q@M\$U%W&N\$R
CONCLUSIONS:
a) M\$N
b) V\$U
Only a is true
Only b is true
Either a or b is true
Both a and b are true
Neither a nor b is true
Option A

5. STATEMENTS: E@N\$Q%V\$U*W%H*I&K
CONCLUSIONS:
a) N\$U
b) I&U
Only a is true
Only b is true
Either a or b is true
Both a and b are true
Neither a nor b is true
Option D

6. In these questions, relationships between elements are shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions. Give answer:

STATEMENTS: Gc≤Fc=Lc≤Jc; Jc≤Kc=Hc
CONCLUSIONS:
a) Hc=Gc
b). Gc

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

7. STATEMENTS: PqUq≥Qq>Wq
CONCLUSIONS:
a) Wq>Sq
b) Tq>Pq
Only a is true
Only b is true
Either a or b is true
Both a and b are true
Neither a nor b is true
Option B

8. STATEMENTS: Tanya>Udita≥Varsha≥Weom; XyloZarina
CONCLUSIONS:
a) Zarina>Udita
b) Weom
Only a is true
Only b is true
Either a or b is true
Both a and b are true
Neither a nor b is true
Option B

9. STATEMENTS: Kz
CONCLUSIONS:
a) Pz>Kz
b) Nz>Oz
Only a is true
Only b is true
Either a or b is true
Both a and b are true
Neither a nor b is true
Option A

10. STATEMENTS: BsDs≤Es
CONCLUSIONS:
a). Bs≤Es
b). Cs>Es
Only a is true
Only b is true
Either a or b is true
Both a and b are true
Neither a nor b is true
Option E