# Reasoning Questions : Coded Inequalities Set 6

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I. Study the following illustration and answer the given questions.
A©B means A is not greater than 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 equal to nor greater than B
A%B means A is neither smaller than nor equal to B

1. Statements: R * K, K © M,  M % T, T \$ J
Conclusions: I. J * M   II. R * M    III. K © J
1)Only I is true
2)Only II is true
3)Only I and II are true
4)All I, II and III are true
5)None of these
Answer -3)Only I and II are true

2. Statements: T \$ N, N % B, B @ W, K © W
Conclusions: I. K \$ B   II. K \$ T   III. T % B
1)Only I is true
2)Only II is true
3)Only I and II are true
4)All I, II and III are true
5)None of these

3. Statements: W © F, F @ D, D * K, K \$ J
Conclusions: I.K %W    II. D \$ W    III.F * K
1)Only I is true
2)Only II is true
3)Only I and II are true
4)All I, II and III are true
5)None of these
Answer -4)All I, II and III are true

4. Statements: R @ K, T © K, T \$ M, M * W
1)Only I is true
2)Only II is true
3)Only I and II are true
4)All I, II and III are true
5)None of these

5. Statements: D @ M, M \$ B, B *R, R % T
Conclusions: I.B * D     II.B @ D     III. T * M
1)Only I is true
2)Only II is true
3)Only  III IS true
4)Only either I or II is true
5)None of these
Answer -4)Only either I or II is true

II. @PQ means P is not greater than Q
PQ@ means P is not smaller than Q
PQ\$ means P is neither greater nor smaller than Q
*PQ means P is neither greater than nor equal to Q
PQ* means P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q
Now in each of the folowing questions, find out which of the 2 conclusion I and II is/are definitely true ?

1. Statements:  PQ@, DP *, SD\$
Conclusions: I.SP\$         II.  SP*
1)Only I is true
2)Only II is true
3)If either I or II follow
4) If neither I or II follow
5)If both I and II follow

2. Statements:*LU, UG*, GS@
Conclusions: I. LS*  II. *GL
1)Only I is true
2)Only II is true
3)If either I or II follow
4) If neither I or II follow
5)If both I and II follow
Answer -4) if neither I or II follow

3. Statements:@AU, UL\$, JL*
Conclusions: I. JA*     II. JU*
1)Only I is true
2)Only II is true
3)If either I or II follow
4) If neither I or II follow
5)If both I and II follow
Answer – 5)If both I and II follow

4. Statements:*YG, GH@, HR\$
Conclusions: I. RG\$     II.  *RG
1)Only I is true
2)Only II is true
3)If either I or II follow
4) If neither I or II follow
5)If both I and II follow
Answer – 3)If either I or II follow

5. Statements: @CS, *SD, DM*
Conclusions: I. DC*     II.SM*
1)Only I is true
2)Only II is true
3)If either I or II follow
4) If neither I or II follow
5)If both I and II follow