# Set-21 Inequalities For SBI PO and SBI Clerk 2019 | Must Go Through These Questions

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We are providing the most important Inequalities for SBI PO 2019, SBI Clerk 2019 and all other competitive bank and insurance exams. These questions have very high chances to be asked in SBI PO 2019, SBI Clerk 2019.

Directions:(1-5) In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions.
1.
Statements
P ≤ Q = R, V > T < U, Q ≤ S < V
Conclusions
I. V > P
II. Q < T

2.
Statements
J > K = L, O < M > P, K ≥ M < N
Conclusions
I. O > J
II. P < L

3.
Statements
A ≥ B < C, D ≥ E = B, G = H ≤ E
Conclusions
I. A = H
II. H < A

4.
Statements
M < N ≤ O, N > P = Q, Q ≥ R < S
Conclusions
I. S > N
II. O < R

5.
Statements
T ≥ U = V, W < X ≥ V, X < Y ≤Z
Conclusions
I. Y > U
II. V < Z

Directions:(6-10) In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions.
X \$ Y means P is either greater than or equal to Q
X # Y means P is neither less than nor equal to Q
X @ Y means P is neither greater than nor equal to Q
X & Y means P is equal to Q
X % Y means P is not greater than Q

6.
Statements
P @ Q & R \$ S;      V \$ R % T # U
Conclusions
I. T # P
II. S \$ V

7.
Statements
A % B # C @ D;    F & C \$ E % G
Conclusions
I. B @ F
II. E @ D

8.
Statements
J & K # L \$ M;       L @ N % O & P
Conclusions
I. M # O
II. K @ P

9.
Statements
T % U @ V & W;    V \$ X % Y @ Z
Conclusions
I. T @ Y
II. Y % T

10.
Statements
F & G @ H % I;     J \$ H @ K # L
Conclusions
I. J # F
II. K # G

Directions:(1-5) In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions.

##### 1. Question

Statements
P ≤ Q = R, V > T < U, Q ≤ S < V
Conclusions
I. V > P
II. Q < T

Ans: 2
I. V > P (V > S ≥ Q ≥ P) –> True
II. Q < T (Q ≤ S < V > T) –> False

##### 2. Question

Statements
J > K = L, O < M > P, K ≥ M < N
Conclusions
I. O > J
II. P < L

Ans: 5
J > K = L, O < M > P, K ≥ M < N
I. O > J (O < M ≤ K < J) –> False
II. P < L (P < M ≤ K = L) –> True

##### 3. Question

Statements
A ≥ B < C, D ≥ E = B, G = H ≤ E
Conclusions
I. A = H
II. H < A

Ans: 3
I. A = H (A ≥ B = E ≥ H) –> False
II. H < A (A ≥ B = E ≥ H) –> False

##### 4. Question

Statements
M < N ≤ O, N > P = Q, Q ≥ R < S
Conclusions
I. S > N
II. O < R

Ans: 4
I. S > N (N > P = Q ≥ R < S) –> False
II. O < R (R ≤ Q = P < N ≤ O) –> False

##### 5. Question

Statements
T ≥ U = V, W < X ≥ V, X < Y ≤Z
Conclusions
I. Y > U
II. V < Z

Ans: 1
I. Y > U (Y > X ≥ V = U) –> True
II. V < Z (V ≤ X < Y ≤ Z)–> True

##### 6. Question

Directions:(6-10) In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions.
X \$ Y means P is either greater than or equal to Q
X # Y means P is neither less than nor equal to Q
X @ Y means P is neither greater than nor equal to Q
X & Y means P is equal to Q
X % Y means P is not greater than Q
Statements
P @ Q & R \$ S;      V \$ R % T # U
Conclusions
I. T # P
II. S \$ V

Ans: 2

I. T > P (P < Q = R ≤ T) –>True
II. S ≥ V (S ≤ R ≤ V) –> False

##### 7. Question

Statements
A % B # C @ D;    F & C \$ E % G
Conclusions
I. B @ F
II. E @ D

Ans: 5

I. B < F (B>C=F) –> False
II. E < D (E ≤ C < D) –> True

##### 8. Question

Statements
J & K # L \$ M;       L @ N % O & P
Conclusions
I. M # O
II. K @ P

Ans: 4

I. M > O (M ≤ L < N ≤ O) –> False
II. K < P (K > L < N ≤ O ≥ P) –> False

##### 9. Question

Statements
T % U @ V & W;    V \$ X % Y @ Z
Conclusions
I. T @ Y
II. Y % T

Ans: 3

I. T < Y (T ≤ U < V ≥ X ≤ Y) –> False
II. Y ≤ T (T ≤ U < V ≥ X ≤ Y) –> False
The above conclusions satisfy Either Or case.

##### 10. Question

Statements
F & G @ H % I;     J \$ H @ K # L
Conclusions
I. J # F
II. K # G

Ans:  1

I. J > F (J ≥ H > G = F) –> True
II. K > G (K > H > G) –> True