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Reasoning Questions : Coded Inequalities Set 3

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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 IBPS,SBI exam,RBI,FCI EXAM,SSC EXAM,RAILWAYS and other competitive exams. We have included Some questions that are repeatedly asked in bank exams !!!

Directions for questions : These questions are based on the following information.

A + B means A is neither less than nor greater than B.
A – B means A is neither less than nor equal to B.
A × B means A is neither greater than nor equal to B.
A ÷ B means A is not less than B.
A = B means A is not greater than B.

  1. Each of the following questions consist of four statements followed by three conclusions.
    Statements:
    P = Q, L + Q, Q ÷ W, W × R
    Conclusions:
    I. P ÷ W
    II. P – L
    III. Q = L
    1 : Only I follows
    2 : Only II follows
    3 : Only IV follows
    4 : Only I and II follow
    5 : None follows
    5 : None follows

  2. Statements:
    E × F, G ÷ F, H = E, G + R
    Conclusions:
    I. H = F
    II. G + H
    III. G + R
    1 : Only I follows
    2 : Only II follows
    3 : Only III follows
    4 : Only II and III follow
    5 : None follows
    3 : Only III follows 

  3. Statements:
    I ÷ J, J ÷ K, K + L, M – I
    Conclusions:
    I. I – L
    II. I + L
    III. M – K
    1 : Only II follows
    2 : Either I or II follows
    3 : Either I or II and III follow
    4 : Only III follows
    5 : All follow
    3 : Either I or II and III follow

  4. Statements:
    A × E, I = E, O + A, I = U
    Conclusions:
    I. O – I
    II. O × E
    III. A ÷ U
    1 : Only I follows
    2 : Only II follows
    3 : Either I or II follows
    4 : Only III follows
    5 : Only I and III follow
    2 : Only II follows

  5. Statements:
    D – B, D × C, D = F, B + E
    Conclusions:
    I. F – B
    II. C – B
    III. B + C
    1 : Only II follows
    2 : Only I and II follow
    3 : Only II and III follow
    4 : Only I and III follow
    5 : All follow
    2 : Only I and II follow 

Directions- P © 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

  1. Statements F % T, T @ J, J # W.
    Conclusions
    1) J @ F.
    2) J # F.

    a) If only conclusion I is true
    b) If only conclusion II is true
    c) If either I or II is true
    d) If neither I or II is true
    e) If both I and II is true
    c) If either I or II is true

  2. Statements –
    R # D, D © K, K $ M.
    Conclusions –
    1) M # R.
    2) K $ R.
    a) If only conclusion I is true
    b) If only conclusion II is true
    c) If either I or II is true
    d) If neither I or II is true
    e) If both I and II is true
    b) If only conclusion II is true

  3. Statements –
    Z © F, F $ M, M % K
    Conclusions –
    1) K # F.
    2) Z # M.
    a) If only conclusion I is true
    b) If only conclusion II is true
    c) If either I or II is true
    d) If neither I or II is true
    e) If both I and II is true
    a) If only conclusion I is true

  4. Statement –
    H @ B, B © R, A $ R
    Conclusion –
    1) B © A
    2) R % H.
    a) If only conclusion I is true
    b) If only conclusion II is true
    c) If either I or II is true
    d) If neither I or II is true
    e) If both I and II is true
    b) If only conclusion II is true

Directions- P @Q means P is either greater than or equal to Q
P+ Q means P is either smaller than or equal to Q
P%Q means P is greater than Q
PX Q means P is smaller than Q
P$ Q means P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q

  1. Statements : M @R , R%T , T$ K
    Conclusion : I) KXM, II) TXM
    a) If only conclusion I is true
    b) If only conclusion II is true
    c) If either I or II is true
    d) If neither I or II is true
    e) If both I and II is true
    e) If both I and II is true

  2. Statements : H%J, B+J, [email protected]
    Conclusion: I)F$J, II) J%F
    a) If only conclusion I is true
    b) If only conclusion II is true
    c) If either I or II is true
    d) If neither I or II is true
    e) If both I and II is true
    c) If either I or II is true

  3. Statements : D$M, M%W, [email protected]
    Conclusion : I) RXD, II) W+D
    a) If only conclusion I is true
    b) If only conclusion II is true
    c) If either I or II is true
    d) If neither I or II is true
    e) If both I and II is true
    a) If only conclusion I is true

  4. Statements : A+N , NXV, V$J
    Conclusion: I) [email protected], II) A +V
    a) If only conclusion I is true
    b) If only conclusion II is true
    c) If either I or II is true
    d) If neither I or II is true
    e) If both I and II is true
    d) If neither I or II is true

  5. Statements : KXT , [email protected] , B+M
    Conclusion : I)M%T II) K+B
    a) If only conclusion I is true
    b) If only conclusion II is true
    c) If either I or II is true
    d) If neither I or II is true
    e) If both I and II is true
    d) If neither I or II is true

  6. Statements : [email protected], HXM , M$N
    Conclusion : I) [email protected], Ii) N%H
    a) If only conclusion I is true
    b) If only conclusion II is true
    c) If either I or II is true
    d) If neither I or II is true
    e) If both I and II is true
    b) If only conclusion II is true