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Question 1 of 10

1. Question

Which of the following is definitely true if D≤C<A=G≥F≥B>E is true?

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A is greater than or equal to B and F. B is greater than E. Thus, A is definitely greater than E

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A is greater than or equal to B and F. B is greater than E. Thus, A is definitely greater than E

Question 2 of 10

2. Question

Which of the following expressions has E<X, D>M and Q>P definitely true?

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Only in Q ≥ X > D ≥ L ≥ P = E > M, the given relations are all true.

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Only in Q ≥ X > D ≥ L ≥ P = E > M, the given relations are all true.

Question 3 of 10

3. Question

If A≥B=C≥D≤E<F=G, which of the following is definitely true?

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Both F and G are greater than E. And E is greater than or equal to D. Thus G is definitely greater than D.

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Both F and G are greater than E. And E is greater than or equal to D. Thus G is definitely greater than D.

Question 4 of 10

4. Question

The given statements are followed by two conclusions. Mark the appropriate answer.
Statement:
A > B, D > E, C = D, E > F, B ≥ C
Conclusions:
a- B ≥ E
b- B > F

Correct

If we combine all the statement together, we get
A > B ≥ C = D > E > F
Only conclusion (b) follows.

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If we combine all the statement together, we get
A > B ≥ C = D > E > F
Only conclusion (b) follows.

Question 5 of 10

5. Question

The given statements are followed by two conclusions. Mark the appropriate answer.
Statement:
P ≤ Q, Q > R, T ≥ U, S > R, T = S
Conclusions:
a- R ≥ U
b- P ≤ U

Correct

If we combine all the statement together, we get
P ≤ Q > R < S = T ≥ U
None of the statements follow.

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If we combine all the statement together, we get
P ≤ Q > R < S = T ≥ U
None of the statements follow.

Question 6 of 10

6. Question

Which of the following is definitely false if A≤C=G≤E≥D>F>B is true?

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A is less than or equal to C. And C is equal to G. Thus, A is definitely less than or equal to C.

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A is less than or equal to C. And C is equal to G. Thus, A is definitely less than or equal to C.

Question 7 of 10

7. Question

Which of the following should replace the question mark so that C>D is definitely true?
C = B ? A ≥ D ≤ G > F<E

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C is equal to B. And A is greater than or equal to D. Thus, for C to be definitely greater than D, B has to be greater than A.

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C is equal to B. And A is greater than or equal to D. Thus, for C to be definitely greater than D, B has to be greater than A.

Question 8 of 10

8. Question

Which of the following expressions has D>E and B>F definitely true?

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In F ≤ A ≤ C< B < G > E < D, D is definitely greater than E and B is also definitely greater than F.

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In F ≤ A ≤ C< B < G > E < D, D is definitely greater than E and B is also definitely greater than F.

Question 9 of 10

9. Question

If P≤Q≥R>S≤T=U, which of the following is definitely false?

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S cannot be greater than Q. other statements can possibly be true.

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S cannot be greater than Q. other statements can possibly be true.

Question 10 of 10

10. Question

If P≤Q<R=S≤T>U≥V, which of the following is definitely false?

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R is greater than P and Q. T is greater than or equal to R. Hence, P cannot be equal to T.

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R is greater than P and Q. T is greater than or equal to R. Hence, P cannot be equal to T.