# Set-17 Inequalities For SBI PO and SBI Clerk 2019 | Must Go Through These Questions

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Directions:(1-10)In each of the following questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements followed by two conclusions. Find the conclusion which is definitely true.

1.
Statements:
M < N ≤ O ≤ P > Q < R = S ≤ T < U
Conclusions:
I). N < Q
II). Q < U

2.
Statements:
G > H < I ≤  J > K  ≥  L = M
Conclusions:
I). G >  L
II). G ≤  L

3.
Statements:
K = L ≤ M > N ≥ O;  P > O > R ≥ G
Conclusions:
I). M > R
II). L ≥ P

4.
Statements:
P = Q  ≤  R < S < T > U > V ≥ W
Conclusions:
I). P < T
II). T ≥ W

5.
Statements:
P  < S = T < V  ≤  W = X < Y < Z
Conclusions:
I). Z > V
II). T < W

6.
Statements:
V ≤  W < X < Y = Z = Q; Y < R > S
Conclusions:
I). V < S
II). Q < R

7.
Statements:
A = B ≤  C < D  ≥  E > F  ≥  G
Conclusions:
I). D > G
II). B  ≤  D

8.
Statements:
W > X = Y < Z ≤ A = B < C < D
Conclusions:
I). D > Y
II). Z < W

9.
Statements:
T ≤ U < V < W = X; X < R < S
Conclusions:
I). W < S
II). X < T

10.
Statements:
D = E ≤ F < G ≥ H > I ≥ J
Conclusions:
I). D > G
II). E ≤ G

Directions:(1-10) In each of the following questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements followed by two conclusions. Find the conclusion which is definitely true.

##### 1. Question

Statements:
M < N ≤ O ≤ P > Q < R = S ≤ T < U
Conclusions:
I). N < Q
II). Q < U

Ans: 2
M < N ≤ O ≤ P > Q < R = S ≤ T < U
I) N < Q (N ≤ O ≤ P > Q)–> False
II) Q < U (Q < R = S ≤ T < U)–>True
So, only conclusion II follows.

##### 2. Question

Statements:
G > H < I ≤  J > K  ≥  L = M
Conclusions:
I). G >  L
II). G ≤  L

Ans: 3
G > H < I ≤ J > K ≥ L = M
I) G > L (G > H < I ≤ J > K ≥ L)–> True/False
II) G ≤ L (G > H < I ≤ J > K ≥ L)–> True/False
So, either conclusion I or II follows.

##### 3. Question

Statements:
K = L ≤ M > N ≥ O;  P > O > R ≥ G
Conclusions:
I). M > R
II). L ≥ P

Ans: 1
K = L ≤ M > N ≥ O; P > O > R ≥ G
I) M > R (M > N ≥ O > R)–>True
II) L ≥ P (L ≤ M > N ≥ O < P)–>False
So, only conclusion I follow.

##### 4. Question

Statements:
P = Q  ≤  R < S < T > U > V ≥ W
Conclusions:
I). P < T
II). T ≥ W

Ans: 1
P = Q ≤ R < S < T > U > V ≥ W
I) P < T (P = Q ≤ R < S < T)–>True
II) T ≥ W (T > U > V ≥ W)–>False
So, only conclusion I follow.

##### 5. Question

Statements:
P  < S = T < V  ≤  W = X < Y < Z
Conclusions:
I). Z > V
II). T < W

Ans: 5
P < S = T < V ≤ W = X < Y < Z
I) Z > V (V ≤ W = X < Y < Z)–> True
II) T < W (T < V ≤ W)–>True
So, both conclusion I and II follows.

##### 6. Question

Statements:
V ≤  W < X < Y = Z = Q; Y < R > S
Conclusions:
I). V < S
II). Q < R

Ans: 2
V ≤ W < X < Y = Z = Q; Y < R > S
I) V< S (V ≤ W < X < Y< R > S )–> False
II) Q < R (R > Y = Z = Q)–>True
So, only conclusion II follows.

##### 7. Question

Statements:
A = B ≤  C < D  ≥  E > F  ≥  G
Conclusions:
I). D > G
II). B  ≤  D

Ans: 1
A = B ≤ C < D ≥ E > F ≥ G
I) D > G (D ≥ E > F ≥ G)–>True
II) B ≤ D (B ≤ C < D)–>False
So, only conclusion I follows.

##### 8. Question

Statements:
W > X = Y < Z ≤ A = B < C < D
Conclusions:
I). D > Y
II). Z < W

Ans: 1
W > X = Y < Z ≤ A = B < C < D
I) D > Y (Y < Z ≤ A = B < C < D) –> True
II) Z < W (W > X = Y < Z) –> False
So, onl y conclusion I follow.

##### 9. Question

Statements:
T ≤ U < V < W = X; X < R < S
Conclusions:
I). W < S
II). X < T

Ans: 1
T ≤ U < V < W = X; X < R < S
I) W < S (W = X < R < S) –>True
II) X < T (T ≤ U < V < W = X) –> False
So, only conclusion I follow.

##### 10. Question

Statements:
D = E ≤ F < G ≥ H > I ≥ J
Conclusions:
I). D > G
II). E ≤ G

Ans: 4
D = E ≤ F < G ≥ H > I ≥ J
I) D > G (D = E ≤ F < G) –> False
II) E ≤ G (D = E ≤ F < G) –> False
So, neither conclusion I nor II follows.