Hello Aspirants. Welcome to Online Reasoning Section in AffairsCloud.com. Here we are creating question sample in coded **Inequalities**, which is common for all the competitive exams. We have included Some questions that are repeatedly asked in bank exams !!

Questions penned by Yogit

**Direction: Q(1 – 5)**

**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**

**Statements:**– A*B, B$C, C%D, D&E

**Conclusions:**– a) A&C b) D&B

1) Only conclusion 1 follows

2) Only conclusion 2 follows

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 (we can’t say relate A and C and D is greater than and equal to B)**Statements: –**[email protected], B$C, C*D, D%E

**Conclusions: –**a) A&D b) C&A

1) Only conclusion 1 follows

2) Only conclusion 2 follows

3) Either 1 or 2 follow

4) Both follow

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

**Explanation :**

A<B<=C>=D=E (C>A directly follows)**Statements: –**A%B, B*C, [email protected], D&E

**Conclusions: –**a) C*A b) [email protected]

1) Only conclusion 1 follows

2) Only conclusion 2 follows

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 (Directly C>=A and no relation between B and E)**Statements:**– M*N, N%O, O%A, A&B

**Conclusions:**– M&B b) N$A

1) Only conclusion 1 follows

2) Only conclusion 2 follows

3) Either 1 or 2 follow

4) Both follow

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

**Explanation :**

M>=N=O=A>B (M>N and N= A so second conclusion doesn’t follow)**Statements: –**[email protected], B%C, C*D, D%E

**Conclusions:**– a) A&E b) B*D

1) Only conclusion 1 follows

2) Only conclusion 2 follows

3) Either 1 or 2 follow

4) Both follow

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

**Explanation :**

A<B=C>=D=E (no relation A and E and B>=D directly follows)**What should come in place of question mark in the expression P>Q ? R < T < S so as to make the expressions P>R and S>Q always true?**

a) =

b) >

c) <

d) >=

e) None of theseAnswer –**a) =**

**Explanation :**

P>Q**=**R< T < S (Both expression true)**What should come in place of question mark in the expression A = B >C ? D< E = F so as to make the expression F>C always true?**

a) >

b) =

c) >=

d) <=

e) both b and dAnswer –**e) both b and d**

**Explanation :**

A = B >C = D< E =F and A = B >C <= D< E =F (F>C true in both cases)**Statements:**P = S, P < Q, R <= Q, R<= T

**Conclusions :**a) Q > S b) Q = T

a) Only one follow

b) Only two follow

c) Neither follows

d) Both follow

e) Either followAnswer –**a) Only one follow**

**Explanation :**

T>=R<=Q>P=S (clearly Q>S and no relation between Q and T)**Statements: –**A > N, K >= N, K > M, R > M

**Conclusions: –**a) M = N b) R >= A

a) Only one follow

b) Only two follow

c) Neither follows

d) Both follow

e) Either follow

e) None of theseAnswer –**c) Neither follows**

**Explanation :**

A>N<=K>M<R (no relation between M and N and R and A)**What should come in place of question mark to make B> D always true?**

**A = B > C ? D <E**

a) >

b) <

c) >=

d) < =

e) both a and cAnswer –**e) both a and c**

**Explanation :**

A = B >C >D <E and A = B>C>=D<E in both cases B will be greater than D

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