# Inequality Reasoning Questions

This Aptitude Practice set include Inequality Reasoning Questions for IBPS RRB, IBPS PO, IBPS CLERK and other competitive examinations.

## Inequality Reasoning Questions

Directions (Question Numbers 1-5) In the following question @, #, %, * and \$ are used according to following meaning

‘P @ Q’ means,’P is not smaller than Q’
‘P # Q’ means,’P is not greater than Q’
‘P % Q’ means,’P is neither greater nor equal to Q’
‘P * Q’ means,’P is neither smaller nor greater than Q’
‘P \$ Q’ means,’P is neither smaller nor equal to Q’
Now according to the following statement, if they are true, judge their conclusion I, II and III follow definitely true.

1.  Statements
M%R , R#T, TN
Conclusions
I. N
R         II.N\$R         III.N\$M

A.All are true
B.Either I or II is true
C.Either I or II and III is true
D.Either I or III and II is true
E.None of these

2.  Statements
J#N ,K@N ,T\$k
Conclusions
I.J%T         II.T\$N         III.N@J

A.None is true
B.I and II is true
C.II and III is true
D.All are true

3.  Statements
BD ,D@H ,H%F
Conclusions
I.B
F         II.B\$F          III.D\$F

A.None is true
B.Either I or II is true
C.Either I or II or III is true
D.only III is true
E.All are true

4.  Statements
T\$K ,K#R,RM
Conclusions
I.M
K         II.M%T         III.M\$K

A.All are true
B.Either I or II is true
C.Either I or III is true
D.Either II or III is true
E.None of these

5.  Statements
V@M ,A\$M, R#V
Conclusions
I.R#A         II.V@A         III.R\$M

A.only I is true
B.only II is true
C.Only III is true
D.None is true
E.All are true

Directions (Question Numbers 6-10) In the following question @, #, %, * and \$ are used according to following meaning
‘P @ Q’ means,’P is neither smaller nor equal to Q ‘
‘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 nor greater than Q’
‘P \$ Q’ means,’P is neither greater nor equal to Q’
Now according to the following statement, if they are true, judge their conclusion I, II and III follow definitely true.

6.  Statements
R#D ,D@C ,CP
Conclusions
I.R@P         II.D
P          III.P%D

A.only I is true
B.only II is true
C.only III is true
D.I and III are true
E.None of these

7.  Statements
B@D ,D%F ,F#H
Conclusions
I.F@B         II.H*D         III.H%B

A.only I is true
B.I and III are true
C.only II is true
D.All are true
E.None are true

8.  Statements
R\$S ,S@T ,T#U
Conclusions
I.U%S         II.T\$R         III.S@U

A.Either I or II is true
B.Only I is true
C.only III is true
D.I and II are true
E.None of these

9.  Statements
K*H ,H%G ,G\$I
Conclusions
I.H\$I         II.G#K         III.K%I

A.only I is true
B.I and II is true
C.only III i true
D.None is true
E.All of the above

10.  Statements
T@Y ,Y#G ,G%W
Conclusions
I.G*T         II.T\$G         III.T@G

A.Either I or II is true
B.Either II or III is true
C.Either I or III is true
D.All are true
E.None of The above

Directions (Question Numbers 11-15)In these questions relations between different elements is shown in the statements.These statements are followed by two conclusions.

A.Only Conclusion I follows
B.Only conclusion II follows
C.Either conclusion I or II follows
D.Neither conclusion I or II follows
E.Both conclusions I and II follow

11.  Statements
N=P, P<=F, F>=L ,L=K
Conclusions
I.F=K
II.F>K

12.  Statements
Z>T, T<M, M<J

Conclusions
I.T<J
II.J<Z

13.  Statements
Q=Z ,C>=G .G>=Q ,Q>=R ,J>=C
Conclusions
I.G>=Z
II.C>=R

14.  Statements
A>B>C ,D>E>F ,D>C
Conclusions
I.E>C
II.F>B

15.  Statements
KM ,M>=N ,N>O
Conclusions
I.O<M
II.O<K