# Coded Inequality Problems

Let’s solve some Coded Inequality Problems

Directions

PÂ Â© Q means P is not smaller than Q

P % Q means P is not greater than Q

P # Q means P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q

P @ Q means P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q

P \$ Q means P is neither greater than nor equal to Q

Let’s form a table first.

Problem 1

Statements F % T, T @ J, J # W.

Conclusions 1) J @ F. Â 2) J # F. Â 3) W \$ T.

Modified Statement: F % T @ J # W

Conclusions

1. J @ F – Reverse Line. Symbols are @ and %. Higher priority is %. Since it is Reverse line we should look the symbol opposite to %. i.e.Â Â©. Conclusion 1 is False.

2. J # F – Reverse Line.Â Symbols are @ and %. Higher priority is %. Since it is Reverse line we should look the symbol opposite to %. i.e.Â Â©. Conclusion 2 is False.

3. W \$ T – Reverse Line. Symbols are # and @. Both symbols are in Row 1. High priority goes to #. Since it is a reverse line, we should note the symbol opposite to #. i.e. \$. Conclusion 3 is True.

NOTE

If we look above, both conclusions 1 and 2 are false. Now check for Merging concept. They have similar characters. Both are false. Now try to combine or merge the symbols of the conclusions. If we merge @ and #, we will getÂ â‰¥. So it forms a meaningful conclusion.

So, Only either 1 or 2 and 3 are true.

Problem 2

Statements – R # D, D Â© K, K \$ M.

Conclusions – 1. M # R. Â  2. K \$ R. Â  3. D # M

Modified Statement – R # DÂ Â© K \$ M

Conclusions

1. M # R – Reverse Line. Symbols – \$,Â Â©, and #. They are in different rows. FALSE

2. K \$ R – Reverse Line. Symbols –Â Â© and #. Both are in Row 1. # is higher priority. Symbol opposite to # is \$. So TRUE.

3. D # M – Forward line. Symbols –Â Â© and \$. Different Rows. So False.

We cannot apply merging concept here, as the characters are different.

Only Conclusion 2 is True

Problem 3

Statements – ZÂ Â© F, F \$ M, M % K

Conclusions – 1) K # F. Â  Â 2) Z # M. Â  Â 3) K # Z.

Modified Statement: ZÂ Â© F \$ M % K

Conclusions

1) K # F – Reverse Line. Symbols are % and \$. High Priority – \$. Symbol opposite to \$ is #. TRUE.

2) Z # M – Forward Line. Symbols areÂ Â© and \$. Different Rows. FALSE

3) K # Z – Reverse Line. Symbols are %, \$, andÂ Â©. Different Rows. False.

Only Conclusion 1 is True.

Problem 4

Statement – H @ B, BÂ Â© R, A \$ R

Conclusion – 1. B Â©Â A Â  2. R % H. Â  3. A \$ H

Modified Statement H @ B Â© R # A.

(In previous problems it was in a sequence and we easily combined the statements. When there is change in sequence, we should change the symbol and write it in a sequence.)

Here, Second statement is BÂ Â© R and third Statement is A \$ R. To combine these two, we should change the third statement as R # A. (# is opposite to \$). Now we can combine them asÂ B Â© R # A.

Modified Statement H @ B Â© R # A

Conclusions

1. B Â©Â A – Forward Line. Â Symbols between B and A areÂ Â© and #. High Priority is #.Â FALSE

2. R % H – Reverse Line. Symbols –Â Â© and @. High Priority forÂ Â©. Opposite toÂ Â© is %. TRUE

3. A \$ H – Reverse Line. Symbols – #,Â Â©, and @. High Priority for #. Symbol opposite to # is \$. So True.

Conclusions 2 and 3 are True.

NOTE: When a conclusion forms Forward line, just look for the highest priority symbol. When a conclusion forms Reverse Line, look for the symbol which is opposite to theÂ highest priority symbol.Â

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