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Inequality Question for SBI PO

Inequality Question for SBI PO,IBPS SO,BANK and other goverment exam.

Inequality

Example of Inequality Questions-In these type of questions relationship between different elements is shown in the Statements. These statements are followed by number of conclusions.We have to study all the statement carefully after that we have to identify which conclusion is/are correct according to the relationships given in the statements.

Question Pattern-

Statements- _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Conclusions- _  _ __ _ _ _

Ex-  

Statement – A>B=C

Conclusion – 1) A>B

2) A>C

Tricks and Shortcuts

Symbols Definition

>

Greater than

Ex- A > B means A is greater than B

<

Less than

Ex- A < B means A is less than B

=

Equal to

Ex- A = B means A is equals to B

>=  or

Greater than equal to

Ex- A B means A is greater than and equal to B

<=  or

Less than equal to

Ex- A B means A is smaller than and equal to B

Not equal to

Ex- A  B means A is not equal to B

 8816 Neither greater than nor equal to

Ex- A 8816 B means A is neither greater than nor equal to B

 images Neither smaller than nor equal to

Ex- A B means A is neither smaller than nor equal to B

Note:- Conclusions can only be determine if all the symbols used within the statements are in the same direction-

For Ex – A>B>C or A>B=C or A>B>=C or A>=B>C  or A<B<=C   or   A<B<C

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Inequality Question for SBI PO

Tricks:-

 

  • Normal Situation-

 

Sl. No. Type(if statements contains below symbols in any order) Conclusion Example

(Statements and true conclusions)

1 >,>,> > Statement-

A>B>C

Conclusions-

1)A>C

2)B>C

2 > , >= , = > Statement-

A>B>=C=D

Conclusions-

1)A>C

2)A>D

3 > , >= > Statement-

A>B>=C

Conclusions-

1)A>C

4 > , = > Statement-

A>B=C

Conclusions-

1)A>C

5 >= , = >= Statement-

A>=B=C

Conclusions-

1)A>=C

6 <,<,< < Statement-

A<B<C

Conclusions-

1)A<C

2)B<C

7 < , <= , = < Statement-

A<B<=C=D

Conclusions-

1)A<C

2)A<D

8 < , <= < Statement-

A<B<=C

Conclusions-

1)A<C

9 < , = < Statement-

A<B=C

Conclusions-

1)A<C

10 <= , = <= Statement-

A,=B=C

Conclusions-

1)A<=C

Question asked by Best Bank Coaching

  1. Either Situation-

Either condition occurs when 2 conclusions follow for the same elements in  any statement.

Ex1-

Statement – A>=B

Conclusion-

A>B

A=B

Here either I or II will follow.

Ex-2-

Statement – A < B >= C

Conclusions-

I A <   C

II A >= C

Here either I or II will follow.

  1. False Situations-

Statement:

P > Q

P > R

Conclusion: Q > R

R > Q

Both conclusions are false.

Statement:

A > B < C

Conclusion: A>C

A<C

Both conclusions are false as both symbols are not in same direction.

Type-1

In these questions relationships between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by four conclusions numbered I,II,III and IV. Study the statements and Conclusions carefully and select the correct answer: (IBPS Bank PO/MT CWE-IV 2014 )

Q1. Statement:

Y>R>=S=T<M<=N<J

Conclusions:

       I T<Y

       II N>S

       III J<S

       IV S>=Y

              1) Only Conclusions I,II and III are true.

              2) Only Conclusions I and II are true.

              3) Only Conclusions II and III are true.

              4) Only Conclusions I,II,III and IV are true.

               5) None is true

Q2. Statements:

S>H>=T<=C;

Y>T>=N;

Conclusions:

       I H>Y

      II S>C

      III C=Y

      IV C>=N

            1) Only conclusions I and IV are true.

            2) Only conclusion III is true.

             3) Only conclusions II and IV are true.

             4) Only Conclusions IV is true.

            5) Only Conclusions I and II are true.

Q3. Statement:

K>H<Y<=Z<A>R>=L

Conclusions:

          I A>Y

         II L>A

        III H<A

        IV K>R

              1) Only conclusions I and III are true.

              2) Only conclusions II and IV are true.

              3) None of the conclusion is true.

              4) Only conclusions II and III are true.

              5) Only conclusions II,III and IV are true.

Q4. Statements :

D > M  > U >=E;

N < U >=J

Conclusions :

        I D>E

        II E<=J

       III M>N

       IV D>J

  1. Only conclusions I,II and III are true.
  2. Only conclusions II,III and IV are true.
  3. Only conclusions I,III and IV are true.
  4. None of the conclusions is true.
  5. All the conclusions I,II,III and IV are true.

Q5. Statement :

P>L=U>=C<=K>S

Conclusions:

  1. Only conclusions I and II are true.
  2. Only conclusions III and IV are true.
  3. Only conclusions I and IV are true.
  4. Only conclusions I,II and IV are true.
  5. Only conclusions II,III and IV are true.

Q(6-10)In these questions , relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements  are followed by the two conclusions. (Indian overseas bank PO 2011)

Mark answer (1) if only conclusion I follow

Mark answer (2) if only conclusion II follow

Mark answer (3) if either conclusion  I or II follow

Mark answer (4) if neither conclusion I or II follow

Mark answer (5) if both conclusion I and II follow

Q6. Statements:

A > = B = C;

B < D < = E;

Conclusions: I. D > A

  1. E > C

Q7. Statements:

L > U > = K;

Z < U < R

Conclusions: I L > Z

II K < R

Q8. Statements:

Y < J = P > = R > I

Conclusions: I J > I

II Y > R

Q9.Statements:

V > = K > M = N;

M > S;

T < K

Conclusions: I T < N

II V = S

Q10. Statements:

F <= X < A;

R < X <= E;

Conclusions: I F <= E

II R < F

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