# Set-15 Inequalities For SBI PO and SBI Clerk 2019 | Must Go Through These Questions

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Directions:(1-5) In the following questions the symbols *, ©, @, \$ and = are used with the following meanings:
A * B means A is greater than B.
A © B means A is greater than or equal to B.
A @ B means A is equal to B.
A \$ B means A is lesser than B.
A = B means A is less than or equal to B.

1.
Statement:
P = L \$ A @ B © M \$ O
Conclusion:
P \$ B
O * B

2.
Statement:
P = L \$ A @ B © M © O
Conclusion:
P \$ B

3.
Statement:
P = L \$ A @ B © M * O
Conclusion:
A \$ M
L * M

4.
Statement:
P = L @ A * B * M @ O
Conclusion:
P @ A

5.
Statement:
P = L = A @ B © M = O
Conclusion:
P @ A
P \$ A

Directions:(6-10) In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions. Choose the correct option from the following.

6.
Statements:
M > S ≥ K ≤ R > V; H < T > S ≤ C
Conclusions:
I). K = C
II).C > K

7.
Statements:
W ≥ N = O < H; W ≤ S > D
Conclusions:
I). O ≤ D
II). S ≥ O

8.
Statements:
F ≤ E < Q > P ≤ O; A ≥ P ≤ D = C
Conclusions:
I).Q > C
II).O < A

9.
Statements:
N = E ≥ O > W; Q ≥ K < D = E
Conclusions:
I).W < D
II).Q < W

10.
Statements:
C < M > P ≥ W < E; V ≤ L < W
Conclusions:
I). V < M
II).E > V

Directions:(1-5) In the following questions the symbols *, ©, @, \$ and = are used with the following meanings:
A * B means A is greater than B.
A © B means A is greater than or equal to B.
A @ B means A is equal to B.
A \$ B means A is lesser than B.
A = B means A is less than or equal to B.

Statement:
P = L \$ A @ B © M \$ O
Conclusion:
P \$ B
O * B

Ans: 1
P ≤ L < A = B ≥ M < O
P < B follows
O > B not follows

##### 2. Question

Statement:
P = L \$ A @ B © M © O
Conclusion:
P \$ B

Ans: 4
P ≤ L < A = B ≥ M ≥ O
B ≥ O follows
P < B follows

##### 3. Question

Statement:
P = L \$ A @ B © M * O
Conclusion:
A \$ M
L * M

Ans: 3
P ≤ L < A = B ≥ M > O
A < M not follows
L > M not follows

##### 4. Question

Statement:
P = L @ A * B * M @ O
Conclusion:
P @ A

Ans: 3
P ≤ L = A > B > M = O
A ≥ M not follows
P = A not follows

##### 5. Question

Statement:
P = L = A @ B © M = O
Conclusion:
P @ A
P \$ A

Ans: 5
P ≤ L ≤ A = B ≥ M ≤ O
P = A not follows
P < A not follows
But P ≤ O.

Directions:(6-10) In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions. Choose the correct option from the following.

##### 6. Question

Statements:
M > S ≥ K ≤ R > V; H < T > S ≤ C
Conclusions:
I). K = C
II).C > K

Ans: 3
C ≥ S ≥ K
K ≤ C (True)

##### 7. Question

Statements:
W ≥ N = O < H; W ≤ S > D
Conclusions:
I). O ≤ D
II). S ≥ O

Ans: 2
O = N ≤ W ≤ S > D (False)
S ≥ W ≥ N = O (True)

##### 8. Question

Statements:
F ≤ E < Q > P ≤ O; A ≥ P ≤ D = C
Conclusions:
I).Q > C
II).O < A

Ans: 4
Q > P ≤ D = C (False)
A ≥ P ≤ O (False)

##### 9. Question

Statements:
N = E ≥ O > W; Q ≥ K < D = E
Conclusions:
I).W < D
II).Q < W

Ans: 1
D = E ≥ O > W (True)
Q ≥ K < D = E ≥ O > W (False)

##### 10. Question

Statements:
C < M > P ≥ W < E; V ≤ L < W
Conclusions:
I). V < M
II).E > V

Ans: 5
V ≤ L < W ≤ P < M (True)
V ≤ L < W < E (True)

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