# Set-26 Inequalities For SBI PO and SBI Clerk 2019 | Must Go Through These Questions Dear Aspirants,
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 each of the following questions some statements are followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements.

1.
Statements
P≤ Q< R>K, R< S >T, T< U< V
Conclusions
I. P< S
II. P ≥S

2.
Statements
A < B = C ≤  D, C > E  ≥ F, F > G < H
Conclusions
I. A < D
II. G < B

3.
Statements
I >J ≥K< L, M >N >L, O=P >M
Conclusions
I. K< O
II. M >K

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

5.
Statements
M >N< O=P, N=K<J >L, I >J=Q
Conclusions
I. J< P
II. I >M

Directions:(6-10) In each of the following questions some statements are followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements.
“X@Y” coded as “X is either greater than or equal to Y”
“X\$Y” coded as “X is equal to Y”
“X*Y” coded as “X is greater than Y”
“X%Y” coded as “X is smaller than Y”
“X&Y” coded as “X is either smaller than or equal to Y”
Given

6.
Statements
P*Q@R\$S, Q%T\$V
Conclusions
I.P%S
II.S%T

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

8.
Statements
A\$B@C&D, C%E&F
Conclusions
I.A*F
II.B%E

9.
Statements
T&U%V*W, W@X&Y
Conclusions
I.V*X
II.T%X

10.
Statements
M*N&O@P, P%Q\$R
Conclusions
I.N&R
II.N*R

1. Directions:(1-5) In each of the following questions some statements are followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements.
Statements
P≤ Q< R>K, R< S >T, T< U< V
Conclusions
I. P< S
II. P ≥S

Ans:1 I. P< S (True)
II. P ≥S (False)

2. ##### 2. Question

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

Ans:5 I. A< D (True)
II. G< B (True)

3. ##### 3. Question

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

Ans:5 I. K< O (True)
II. M >K (True)

4. ##### 4. Question

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

Ans:3 I. C >Y (False)
II. Y ≥C  (False)
Same variable using all the three symbols, So choose either or

5. ##### 5. Question

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

Ans:4 I. J< P (False)
II. I >M (False)

6. ##### 6. Question

Directions:(6-10) In each of the following questions some statements are followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements.
“X@Y” coded as “X is either greater than or equal to Y”
“X\$Y” coded as “X is equal to Y”
“X*Y” coded as “X is greater than Y”
“X%Y” coded as “X is smaller than Y”
“X&Y” coded as “X is either smaller than or equal to Y”
Given

Statements
P*Q@R\$S, Q%T\$V
Conclusions
I.P%S
II.S%T

Ans:2
@ Represents ≥
\$ Represents =
% Represents <
& Represents ≤
* Represents >
P> Q ≥ R =S
Q< T= V
Conclusions
I.P< S (False)
II.S< T (True)

7. ##### 7. Question

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

Ans:4
@ Represents ≥
\$ Represents =
% Represents <
& Represents ≤
* Represents >
I≤ J> K≥ L> M≤ N
Conclusions
I.J<N (False)
II.M<I (False)

8. ##### 8. Question

Statements
A\$B@C&D, C%E&F
Conclusions
I.A*F
II.B%E

Ans:4
@ Represents ≥
\$ Represents =
% Represents <
& Represents ≤
* Represents >
A= B ≥ C≤ D
C< E≤ F
Conclusions
I.A> F (False)
II.B< E (False)

9. ##### 9. Question

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

Ans:1
@ Represents ≥
\$ Represents =
% Represents <
& Represents ≤
* Represents >
T≤ U< V> W≥ X≤ Y
Conclusions
I.V>X (True)
II.T<X (False)

10. ##### 10. Question

Statements
M*N&O@P, P%Q\$R
Conclusions
I.N&R
II.N*R

Ans:3
@ Represents ≥
\$ Represents =
% Represents <
& Represents ≤
* Represents >
M>N≤O≥P<Q=R
Conclusions
I.N≤ R (False)
II.N> R (False)
Same variable not follow but using all the three symbols choose either or 