# Set-25 Inequalities For SBI PO and SBI Clerk 2019 | Must Go Through These Questions Dear Aspirants,
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Directions:(1-5)In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions.
1.
Statements
A< B=C ≥D, F >G=K, B< E ≥F< I
Conclusions
I. A< I
II. K< I

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

3.
Statements
M >N< O=P ≥Q, R< U=K ≥L, O< S ≤R >T
Conclusions
I. Q< K
II. K< T

4.
Statements
X< Y≤ Z=A ≥B,E >Z< C ≥D
Conclusions
I. C< X
II. E< B

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

Directions:(6-10) In the following questions, the symbols \$, @, %, & and # are used with the following meanings as illustrated below:
“P@Q” coded as “P is either greater or equal to Q”
“P#Q” coded as “P is greater than Q”
“P%Q” coded as “P is smaller than to Q”
“P*Q” coded as “P is neither greater or smaller than Q”
“P&Q” coded as “P neither greater than Q”
In each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find out which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true.
Given:
6.
Statements
A@B*C,C&D%E
Conclusions
I.E#B
II.A%D

7.
Statements
I*J&K,N*K#M@L
Conclusions
I.I%N
II.L%K

8.
Statements
X@Y#Z, T*V&W%X
Conclusions
I.Z%X
II.X#T

9.
Statements
G@H%I, J*K&L*G
Conclusions
I.J#G
II.G@J

10.
Statements
D&C%R, K#L@D
Conclusions
I.K#D
II.R&L

Check your Answers below:

Directions:(1-5)In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions.
Statements
A< B=C ≥D, F >G=K, B< E ≥F< I
Conclusions
I. A< I
II. K< I

Ans: 5 I. A< I (False)
II. K <I (True)

##### 2. Question

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

Ans: 1 I. J< O (True)
II. F >K (True)

##### 3. Question

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

Ans: 2 I. Q< K (True)
II. K< T (False)

##### 4. Question

Statements
X< Y≤ Z=A ≥B,E >Z< C ≥D
Conclusions
I. C< X
II. E< B

Ans: 4 I. C< X (False)
II. E< B (False)

##### 5. Question

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

Ans: 3 I. V< C (False)|
II. C≤ V (False)
Same variable doesn’t follow using all the three symbols to choose either or

Directions:(6-10) In the following questions, the symbols \$, @, %, & and # are used with the following meanings as illustrated below:

“P@Q” coded as “P is either greater or equal to Q”
“P#Q” coded as “P is greater than Q”
“P%Q” coded as “P is smaller than to Q”
“P*Q” coded as “P is neither greater or smaller than Q”
“P&Q” coded as “P neither greater than Q”
In each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find out which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true.
Given:

##### 6. Question

Statements
A@B*C,C&D%E
Conclusions
I.E#B
II.A%D

Ans: 1
“P@Q” represents “P≥Q”
“P#Q” represents “P > Q”
“P%Q” represents “P < Q”
“P*Q” represents “P = Q”
“P&Q” represents “P ≤Q” I.E>B(True)
II.A< D(False)

##### 7. Question

Statements
I*J&K,N*K#M@L
Conclusions
I.I%N
II.L%K

Ans: 2
“P@Q” represents “P≥Q”
“P#Q” represents “P > Q”
“P%Q” represents “P < Q”
“P*Q” represents “P = Q”
“P&Q” represents “P ≤Q” I.I< N (False)
II.L< K (True)

##### 8. Question

Statements
X@Y#Z, T*V&W%X
Conclusions
I.Z%X
II.X#T

Ans: 5
“P@Q” represents “P≥Q”
“P#Q” represents “P > Q”
“P%Q” represents “P < Q”
“P*Q” represents “P = Q”
“P&Q” represents “P ≤Q” I.Z< X (True)
II.X> T(True)

##### 9. Question

Statements
G@H%I, J*K&L*G
Conclusions
I.J#G
II.G@J

Ans: 2
“P@Q” represents “P≥Q”
“P#Q” represents “P > Q”
“P%Q” represents “P < Q”
“P*Q” represents “P = Q”
“P&Q” represents “P ≤Q”
J= K≤ L= G≥ H< I
I.J> G(False)
II.G≥ J(True)

##### 10. Question

Statements
D&C%R, K#L@D
Conclusions
I.K#D
II.R&L

Ans: 1
“P@Q” represents “P≥Q”
“P#Q” represents “P > Q”
“P%Q” represents “P < Q”
“P*Q” represents “P = Q”
“P&Q” represents “P ≤Q”
K> L≥ D≤ C< R
I.K >D (True)
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