These type of Reasoning Inequality Questions are asked in exams.

These type of Reasoning Inequality Questions are asked in exams.

Hello Friends, We are providing you Reasoning inequality questions that are being asked in various bank exams. We cover all the different type of Inequality questions even if they are difficult one or easy ones.

But in our point of view, All the questions related to inequalities occur in the easy category but some questions related to coded inequality are time-consuming. But if you have a lot of practice or command on these questions you can easily do Five questions in two minutes.

These questions save your time in exams and give you an accurate answer. These are questions that you can attempt first in bank exam reasoning section if they are asked.

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If you are newbies then read all these important points below, if you are a pro then skip this part.

Important points to be kept in mind:

1. After decoding and locating the common term, take one conclusion at a time and find out which statements are relevant to find out the conclusion. The terms appearing in the ”Conclusion to be verified” appear along with the common term in the ”relevant statements

2. Check Weather the conclusion follows from one given statement. For example we may be given that P is greater than Q (P>Q). If we are given the conclusion Q is less than P (Q<P). we need not look for solution in any other statement because both these statements are identical and follow from each other.

3. If in our conclusion, we arrive at the conclusion A > B, then it automatically follows that B < A. For example, if we get the conclusion that A ≥ C, then the conclusion C ≤ A obviously follows.

4. If our conclusion after the third step is A ≥ B and the given conclusions to be verified are,

i. A = B

ii. A > B

then the choice is ”either i or ii follow”

similarly if our conclusion is P ≤ R, and the conclusion to be verified are,

I. P = R

II. P < R

then the choice will be ”either i or ii follow”.

5. The meaning of the term :

‘neither equal to nor greater than’ is ‘<‘ i.e less than,

‘neither equal to nor less than’ is ‘>’ i.e greater than,

Equal to or greater than is ‘≥’,

Equal to or less than is ‘ ≤’

Neither greater than nor less than means ‘=’.

6. If from the given terms in the statement, no relation can be established between terms mentioned in the conclusions, but the given two conclusions are absolutely contradictory, then either of the two conclusions is correct and our answer should be ‘either I or II follows.

Reasoning inequality questions:

In the questions given below, the relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions. Mark the answer:

Give answer (1) if only conclusion I is true.

Give answer (2) if only conclusion II is true.

Give answer (3) if only conclusion I and II is true.

Give answer (4) if Neither conclusion I nor II is true.

Give answer (5) if both conclusions I and II is true.

Q1. Statements: P > S <N > O = T ≥ Q

Conclusions: I. N>Q   

Conclusion: II. S<Q

Q2. Statements: A ≤ C = E ≤ D , D < B ≤ H

Conclusion: I. A > D

Conclusion: II. E < H

Q3. Statements: J = K> U = Y , Y ≥ Z > X = W

Conclusion: I. J > X

Conclusion: II. U > W

Q4. Statements: S ≥ R = T > A , A < D = C < F

Conclusion: I. S > A

Conclusion: II. R ≥ D

Q5. Statements: K = P < T , T < R ≥ Q < S

Conclusion: I. T < Q

Conclusion: II. K ≤ R

Answers: 1.(1) 2.(2) 3.(5) 4.(1) 5.(4)

Q6. Statements: A > L = T < R ≤ H > K

Conclusion: I. H > L

Conclusion: II. K > T

Q7. Statements: P ≥ N > D ≥ G < B ≤ J

Conclusion: I. G < P

Conclusion: II. G < J

Q8. Statements: Q ≤ E < I > N = R ≥ S

Conclusion: I. E ≥ S

Conclusion: II. S ≤ N

Q9. Statements: R = S ≥ Y ≥ M < W > O

Conclusion: I. Y < M

Conclusion: II. O > S

Q10. Statements: F ≤ C ≤ V = Z < X = U

Conclusion: I. V < U

Conclusion: II. Z < F

Answers: 6.(1) 7.(5) 8.(2) 9.(4) 10.(1)

Q11. Which of the following symbols would come in place of question mark (?) in the expression given below to make ‘S < U’ definitely true ?

P ≥ Q > R ≥ S < T ? U = V

1. >

2. ≥

3. <

4. ≤

5. Either < or ≤

Q12. What should come in place of question mark (?) in the expression given below to make ‘S < P definitely true?

C < D < F ≤ R = Z < S ≤ T ? P

1. ≤

2. =

3. >

4. ≥

5. <

Q13. Which of the following expressions will be true if the expression R > O = A > S < T is definitely true?

1. O > T

2. S < R

3. T > A

4. S = O

5. T < R

Answers: 11.(5) 12.(5) 13.(2)

Q14. In these questions, the relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. Give answer:

Give answer (1) If only conclusion I is true.

Give answer (2) if only conclusion II is true.

Give answer (3) If either conclusion I or II is true.

Give answer (4) if neither conclusion I nor II is true.

Give answer (5) if both conclusion I and II is true.

Statements: Z = A ≥ C < M , R > Z

Conclusion: I. R > C

Conclusion: II. A < M

Q15. Statements: N > A ≥ C, P = N, P ≤ L

Conclusion: I. N > C

Conclusion: II. L > A

Q16. Statements: S ≤ K < M > W ≥ Z

Conclusion: I. W < K

Conclusion:  II. Z = S

Q17. Statements: S ≤ L < R, S ≥ N, P = N

Conclusion: I. P = S

Conclusion: II. R < N

Q18. Statements: L > M ≥ P ≤ S , Q < P , M < K

Conclusion: I. K = L

Conclusion: II. M ≥ Q

Answers: 14.(1) 15.(5) 16.(4) 17.(4) 18.(4)

Q19.If the expression D < A > C = F ≥ G is definitely true, which of the following would be definitely true?

1. G < C

2. D = C

3. G < A

4. F ≤ A

5. D ≤ F

Q20. In which of the following expressions the expression ‘P ≤ M’ would hold definitely true?

1. M ≥ R = N > S ≥ P = Q

2. Q ≥ M > N = W ≥ P < S

3. Q > M ≥ N = W ≥ P < S

4. W < P = N ≤ Q < M > R

5. N > Q = P < S ≤ R ≤ M

Q21. Which of the following symbols should replace the question mark in the given expression in order to make K ≤ M definitely true?

N = K = L ? P ? M

1. <,<

2. ≤, =

3. ≤, <

4. < , ≤

5. None of these.

Answers:

19.(3) 20.(3) 21.(2)

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Reasoning Coded inequality questions:

Q22. In the following questions the symbols %, #, &, @ and $ are used with the following meanings as illustrated below.

‘A @ B’ means ‘A is neither greater than nor smaller than B’.

‘A % B’ means ‘A is not greater than nor equal to B’.

‘A # B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor equal to B’.

‘A $ B’ means ‘A is not smaller than B’.

‘A & B’ means ‘A is neither greater than nor equal to B’.

Assuming that the given statements are true, Find out which conclusion is/are definitely true and give answer:

1. If only conclusion I is true.

2. If only conclusion II is true.

3. If either conclusion I or II is true.

4. If neither conclusion I nor II is true.

5. If both the conclusion I and II are true.

Statements: J # K, K @ P, P & R

Conclusions: I. J # R

II. R & J

Q23. Statements: M & N, Q % S, N $ Q

Conclusions: I. M & Q

II. N % S

Q24. Statements: P # R, R @ L, L $ T

Conclusions: I. L & P

II. P # T

Q25. Statements: C @ D, D $ P , K & P

Conclusions: I. C $ P

II. D # K

Q26. Statements: C & D, D @ M, M # L

Conclusions: I. C @ M

II. L # C

Answers:

22.(4) 23.(4) 24.(5) 25.(5) 26.(4)

Q27. In the following questions, the symbols @, $, %, # and & are used with the following meaning as illustrated below:

‘P # Q’ means ‘P is either greater than or equal to Q’.

‘P % Q’ means ‘P is either smaller than or equal to Q’.

‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor greater than Q’.

‘P $ Q’ means ‘P is smaller than Q’.

‘P & Q’ means ‘P is greater than Q’.

Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true?

Given Answer:

1. If only Conclusion II is true.

2. If only Conclusion I is true.

3. If neither Conclusion I nor II is true.

4. If both Conclusions I and II are true.

5. If either Conclusion I or II is true.

Statements: H # T, T % M, M & F

Conclusion: I. F $ T

II. H & M

Q28. Statements: B @ N, N # T, T $ K

Conclusions: I. T @ B

II. T $ B

Q29. Statements: R $ J, J & F, F % H

Conclusions: I. H & J

II. R $ F

Q30. Statements: J & D, D @ N, N % F

Conclusions: I. J & F

II. F # D

Q31. Statements: B & T, T $ H, H @ M

Conclusions: I. M & T

II. B & H

Answers:

27.(3) 28.(5) 29.(3) 30.(1) 31.(2)

Single statement Inequality questions:

Q32. Study the following questions carefully and answer the questions given below. (Each question has one statement followed by three conclusions).

You have to assume that the given conclusions are true and according to this fill the blanks in the statements.

Statements: C ≥ D = F ? J ? R = H ? T

Conclusions: I. H = J  II. D ≥ H III. D > T

If all the given conclusion are definitely true, then fill the blanks.

1. =, ≥, ≥

2. =, =, >

3. ≥, =, >

4. ≥, ≥, ≥

5. None of these.

Q33. Statements: A ≥ B ? C > D = F ? G ≥ L

Conclusions: I. D < G   II. A > C III. D < A

If all the given conclusion are definitely true, then fill in the blanks:

1. >, =

2. >, >

3. >, <

4. =, <

5. ≥, ≤

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Q34. Which of the following symbols should replace the question marks in the given expression in order to make the expressions A > D as well as F ≥ C definitely true?

A > B ≥ C ? D ≤ E = F

1. >

2. <

3. ≤

4. =

5. Either = or ≥

 Q35. In which of the following expression will the expressions R < P as well as S > Q be definitely true?

1. P > Q = R ≤ T < S

2. S > T ≥ R > Q < P

3. Q > R ≤ T > P ≥ S

4. S > T ≥ R > Q > P

5. None of these.

Answers: 34.(4) 35.(1)

Q36. In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements.

The statements are followed by two conclusions.

Give answer 1 if only conclusion II is true.

Give answer 2 if either conclusion I or II is true.

Give answer 3 if neither conclusion I or II is true.

Give answer 4 if only conclusion I is true.

Give answer 5 If both conclusion I and II are true.

Statements: B > C = D ≥ X, E ≤ X, Z ≥ D

Conclusions: I. B > E

II. Z ≥ B

Q37. Statements: E > F ≥ G < H ≤ I < J

Conclusions: I. G ≤ E

II. J ≥ F

Q38. Statements: K ≤ L < M > N ≥ O, T > M ≤ P

Conclusions: I. T > K

II. P > O

Q39. Statements: P ≥ T > Q ≤ R < S, A ≤ Q > W

Conclusions: I. A ≤ P

II. W < S

Q40. Statements: Y < A ≥ B = C < Z

Conclusions: I. C < Y

II. Z > Y

Answers: 36.(4) 37.(3) 38.(5) 39.(1) 40.(3)

Q41. In the following questions, the symbols #, %, @, $ and & are used with the following meaning illustrated.

‘P # Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’.

‘P % Q’ means ’P is not greater than Q’.

‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q’.

‘P $ Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’.

‘P & Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor 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.

Give answer 1. If only conclusion I is true.

Give answer 2. If only conclusion II is true.

Give answer 3. If either conclusion I or conclusion II is true.

Give answer 4. If neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true.

Give answer 5. If both conclusions I and II are true.

Statements: R % N, N # F, F@ B

Conclusions: I. F & R

II. B $ N

Q42. Statements: H & W, W % R, R @ F

Conclusions: I. R & C

II. R @ H

Q43. Statements: M $ T, T @ K, K & D

Conclusions: I. D $ T

II. K $ M

Q44. Statements: H @ W, W $ M, M # K

Conclusions: I. K $ W

II. H @ M

Q45. Statements: F # K, K $ B, B % M

Conclusions: I. M @ F

II. B @ F

Q46. Statements: Q $ L, L $ A, A % M

Conclusions: I. M @ Q

II. A @ Q

Q47. Statements: H $ Y, Y $ B, B % M

Conclusions: I.M @ H,

II. B # H

Q48. Statements: Z $ K, K @ B, B $ M

Conclusions: I. M @ Z

II. B @ Z

Q49. Statements: G # K, K % B, B % M

Conclusions: I. M @ K

II. M & K

Q50. Statements: Y $ K, K $ B, B @ M

Conclusions: I. Y & M

II. Y @ M

Answers: 41.(2) 42.(3) 43.(1) 44.(4) 45.(4) 46.(5) 47.(1) 48.(4) 49.(3) 50.(4)

Single statement reasoning inequality questions:

Q51. Read the information/Statement given in each question carefully and answer the questions.

Which of the following expressions will be true if the expression ‘H ≤ G = K > F’ is definitely true?

1. K ≥ H

2. G = F

3. H ≤ F

4. F ≥ G

Q52. Which of the following expression will not be true if the expression ‘P ≤ Q < R = S’ is definitely true?

1. S > P

2. P < R

3. S > Q

4. P > S

Q53. In which of the following expression does the expression ‘W < Z’ hold true?

1. W > Y < X ≤ Z

2. Z > X ≤ Y ≤ W

3. Z ≥ Y > X ≥ W

4. Z > Y = X < W

5. Z ≥ X > Y ≤ W

Q54. In which of the following expressions will the expression ‘L < R’ be definitely true?

1. L ≥ M > N = R

2. L = M < N > R

3. L < M ≤ N ≤ R

4. R ≥ M = N < L

5. None of these

Q55. In which of the following expressions does the expression ‘D > A’ does not hold true?

1. A < B ≤ C = D

2. D ≥ B > C ≥ A

3. A ≤ B = C < D

4. D ≥ C ≥ B > A

5. A > B ≤ C = D

Answers: 51.(1) 52.(4) 53.(3) 54.(3) 55.(5)

Q56. Which of the following symbols should be placed in the blank spaces respectively in order to complete the given expression in such a manner that makes the expression F > N and U > D definitely false?

F ? O ? U ? N ? D

1. <, <, >, =

2. <, =, =, >

3. <, =, =, <

4. ≥, =, =, ≥

5. >, >, =, <

Q57. Which of the following should be placed in the blank spaces respectively in order to complete the given expression in such a manner that makes the expression A < P definitely false?

— ≤ — < — > —

1. L, N, P, A

2. L, A, P, N

3. A, L, P, N

4. N, A, P, L

5. P, N, A, L

Q58. Which of the following symbols should be placed in the blank spaces respectively in order to complete the given expression in such a manner that makes the expressions B > N as well as D ≤ L definitely true?

B — L — O — N — D

1. =, =, ≥, ≥

2. >, ≥, =, >

3. >, <, =, ≤

4. >, =, =, ≥

5. >, =, ≥, >

Q59. Which of the following symbols should replace the question mark in the given expression in order to make the expressions P > A as well as T ≤ L definitely true?

P > L ? A ≥ N = T

1. ≤

2. >

3. <

4. ≥

5. Either ≤ or <

Q60. Which of the following expressions will be true if the expression R > O = A > S < T is definitely true?

1. O > T

2. S < R’

3. T > A

4. S = A

5. T < R

Answers: 56.(3) 57.(5) 58.(4) 59.(4) 60.(2)

Q61. In the following questions, the symbols @, &, %, $ and * are used with the following meanings as illustrated below:

‘P & Q’ means ‘P is not greater than Q’.

‘P % Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’.

‘P * Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q’.

‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’.

‘P $ Q’ means ‘ P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q’.

Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true.

Give answer 2. if only Conclusion I is true.

Give answer 4. If both Conclusion I and II are true.

Give answer 3. If neither Conclusion I nor II is true.

Give answer 1. If only Conclusion II is true.

Give answer 5. if either Conclusion I and II is true.

Q. Statements: K @ V, V & N, N % F

Conclusions: I. F @ V

II. K @ N

Q62. Statements: H & W, W $ M, M @ B

Conclusions: I. B * H

II. M % H

Q63. Statements: D % B, B * T, T $ M

Conclusion: I. T & D

II. M & D

Q64. Statements: M * T, T @ K, K & N

Conclusions: I. N * T

II. N * M

Q65. Statements: R $ J, J % D, D * F

Conclusions: I. D $ R

II. D @ R

Answers: 61.(1) 62.(4) 63.(3) 64.(2) 65.(5)

Read the information given in each question on carefully and answer the questions carefully and answer the questions.

Q66. Which of the following expressions will not be true if the expression ‘A = C  ≥ B > D’ is definitely true?

1.B > A

2. D < C

3. A  ≥ B

4. D < A

5. All are true.

Q67. In which of the following expressions will the expression ‘L > M’ be definitely true?

1.M  ≥ N  ≥ P > L

2. L > N  ≤ M > P

3. M ≤ N = P  ≥ L

4. L > N  ≥ M < P

5. None of these

Q68. Which of the following expression will be true if the expression ‘Z < Y  ≥ W = V’ is definitely true?

1.V > Y

2. Z < W

3. V  ≥ Z

4. W ≤ Z

5. None of true

Answers: 66.(1) 67.(4) 68.(5)

Q69. Which of the following symbols would come in place of questions mark in the expression given below to make ‘S < U’ definitely true?

P ≥ Q > R S < T ? U = V

1. >

2. ≥

3. <

4. ≤

5. Either < or ≤

Q70. What should come in place of question mark in the expression given below to make ‘S < P’ definitely true?

C < D < F ≤ R = Z < S ≤ T ? P

1.≤

2. =

3. >

4. ≥

5. <

Answer: 69.(5) 70.(5)

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