Reasoning Questions: Coded Inequalities Set 27

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Direction: Question(1-5)

In the following Questions, \$, *, %, @ and © are used with the following meaning as illustrated below
A * B means A is not greater than B
A @ B means A is neither greater than nor equal to B
A © B means A is not smaller than B
A % B means  A is neither smaller than nor greater than B
A \$ B means  A is neither smaller than nor equal to B

1. Statement : X * W, W @ Z , Z % Y
Conclusion:
I.Y \$ W   II.Z \$ W  III.X © Y
1.Only I is true
2.Ony II is true
3.Both I and II are true
4.Both I and III are true
5.None is true
Answer – 3.Both I and II are true
Explanation :
X ≤ W < Z  = Y
Y > W => true
Z > W => true
X ≥ Y => false

2. Statement : D \$ E, E © C, C @ A
Conclusion:
I.C * D   II.A \$ E   III.A \$ D
1.Only I is true
2.Ony II is true
3.Both I and II are true
4.Both I and III are trye
5.None is true
Explanation :
D > E ≥  C < A
C ≤ D => False
A > E => false
A > D => false

3. Statement : M @ O, O % P, P © N
Conclusion:
I.P © M   II.N @ O   III. N % O
1.Only I is true
2.Ony II is true
3.Both II and III are true
4.Either II or III is true
5.None is true
Answer – 4.Either II or III is true
Explanation :
M < O = P ≥ N
P ≥ M =false
N < O
N = O

4. Statement : A © C, C \$ B, B % E
Conclusion:
I.E @ C   II.B @ A   III.A © E
1.Only I is true
2.Ony II is true
3.Both I and II are true
4.Both I and III are true
5.None is true
Answer – 3.Both I and II are true
Explanation :
A ≥ C > B = E
E  < C => true
B <  A => true
A ≥ E => false

5. Statement : P © S, S \$ R, R * Q
Conclusion:
I.Q \$ S II.R @ P III.R % P
1.Only I is true
2.Ony II is true
3.Both I and II are true
4.Either II or III is true
5.All I, II and III are true
Answer – 2.Ony II is true
Explanation :
P ≥ S>R≤Q
Q >S => false
R< P => true
R =P => fasle

Direction: Q(6-8) : Study the following expression carefully to answer the given questions

1. Statement : J ≥ N > M <K ≤ L
Conclusion:
I.L > M   II.L > N  III.M < J    IV.K > J
1.Only I is true
2.Only II is true
3.Only I and II are true
4.Only I and III are true
5.All I, II, III and IV are true
Answer – 4.Only I and III are true
Explanation :
L > M=> true
L > N =>fasle
M < J =>true
K > J =>false

2. Statement : Y < U ≥W > V ≤ X
Conclusion:
I.X ≥ W    II.Y < W   III.U > V   IV.V < Y
1.Only I is true
2.Only IV is true
3.Only II is true
4.Only III is true
5.Both I and II are true
Answer – 4.Only III is true
Explanation :
X ≥ W => fasle
Y < W =>  false
U > V => true
V < Y => false

3. Statement : P > Q = S ≤ R > T
Conclusion:
I.T < S  II.T < P   III.R = Q  IV.R > Q
1.Only II is true
2.Only IV is true
3.Either III or IV true
4.Both II and III are true
5.Both I and II are true
Answer – 3.Either III or IV true
Explanation :
T < S => false
T < P => false
R = Q => false
R > Q => false

4. What should come in place of blank spaces to make L ≤ H and I > K always true in the expression L_K_H_I _ J.
1.=, ≤, <, >
2.<, ≥, >, <
3.>, >, =, =
4.≥, <, >, ≤
5.None of these
Answer – 1.=, ≤, <, >
Explanation :
L = K ≤ H< I  > J

5. What should come in place of question mark in the given expression so as to make B>C always false?
B > D ? F= A ≥ C
1.=
2.>
3.>=
4.<
5.can’t be determined