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**What should come in place of question mark in the expression A>=B? C< P>=Q so as to make A greater than C.**

a) =

b) >=

c) >

d) <

e) None of theseAnswer –**c) >**

**Explanation :**

A>=B>C<P>=Q (directly follows)**What should come in place of blank spaces to make P>R and R<S always true in the expression P_Q_R_S.**

a) >=, >, =

b) >=, <, =

c) >=,>,<

d) =, >=, =

e) None of theseAnswer –**c) >=,>,<**

**Explanation :**

P >=Q>R<S (P>R in all cases and similarly S>R in all cases)**What should come in place of blank spaces in order to complete the given expression A_B_C_D_E in such a manner that makes the expression A>D and C>E always false**

a) <, <, >, =

b) <,=, =,>

c) <, =,=, <

d) >=, =, =, >=

e) None of theseAnswer –**c) <, =,=, <**

**Explanation :**

A<B=C=D>E (directly follows)**Which of the following expression is always true if the expression A>B=C>D<T is definitely true.**

a) A>T

b) T<C

c) C = A

d) A>D

e) None of theseAnswer –**d) A>D**

**Explanation :**

A>B=C>D<T (A is always greater than D)**Which of the following symbols should replace the question mark in the given expression P > Q? R <= S = T in order to make the expressions P>R and T>=Q always true.**

a) >

b) <

c) =

d) <=

e) None of theseAnswer –**c) =**

**Explanation :**

P>Q = R<=S = T(In this expression P >R and T>=Q always follow)

**Direction: Q(6 -10)**

**P & Q – P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q**

**[email protected] – P is neither greater than nor equal to Q**

**P*Q – P is not smaller than Q**

**P$Q – P is not greater than Q**

**P%Q – P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q**

**A&B, B$C, C%D, D*E**

1) A&D 2) D&B

1) Only conclusion 1 follow

2) Only conclusion 2 follow

3) Either 1 or 2 follow

4) Both follow

5) Neither conclusion 1 nor 2 followAnswer –**5) Neither conclusion 1 nor 2 follow**

**Explanation :**

Neither follows (A>B<=C = D>=E)- both conclusion directly doesn’t follow**A$B, B*C, C%D, [email protected]**

1) C&A 2) E&C

1) Only conclusion 1 follow

2) Only conclusion 2 follow

3) Either 1 or 2 follow

4) Both follow

5) Neither conclusion 1 nor 2 followAnswer –**2) Only conclusion 2 follow**

**Explanation :**

only conclusion 2 follow A<=B>=C=D<E. E is greater than C always.**[email protected], B*C, C%D, D*E**

1) B%E 2) A&B

1) Only conclusion 1 follow

2) Only conclusion 2 follow

3) Either 1 or 2 follow

4) Both follow

5) Neither conclusion 1 nor 2 followAnswer –**5) Neither conclusion 1 nor 2 follow**

**Explanation :**

A<B>=C=D>=E. B = E doesn’t follow always and A>B directly don’t follow.**A$B, [email protected], C&D, D%E**

1) C&A 2) C&E

1) Only conclusion 1 follow

2) Only conclusion 2 follow

3) Either 1 or 2 follow

4) Both follow

5) Neither conclusion 1 nor 2 followAnswer –**4) Both follow**

**Explanation :**

both follow directly – A<=B<C>D=E**A%B, [email protected], C*D, D&E**

1) B&D 2) C*E

1) Only conclusion 1 follow

2) Only conclusion 2 follow

3) Either 1 or 2 follow

4) Both follow

5) Neither conclusion 1 nor 2 followAnswer –

**5) Neither conclusion 1 nor 2 follow**

**Explanation :**

Neither follows A=B<C>=D>=E (B>D doesn’t follow always and C>=E doesn’t follow)

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