# Coded Inequalities

1-5) : Study the following information to answer the given Questions :

J\$R means J is not smaller than R

J@R means J is neither smaller than nor equal to R

J#R means J is neither greater than nor equal to R

J&R means J is neither greater than nor smaller than R

J*R means J is not greater than R

1. Statements: W \$ N, P@ H, K # P, W\$H

Conclusions:

I.K # H

II. W @ P

III. H * W

IV. N # P

(a) Only I is true

(b) None is true

(c) Only III is true

(d) Only II is true

(e) Only IV is true

(c) Only III is true

2. Statements:

W * G, K * F, G @ X, W @ K

Conclusions:

I. G @ K

II. W \$ G

III. W @ G

IV. W @ X

(a) Only II is true

(b) None is true

(c) Only III and IV are true

(d) Only I is true

(e) Only I and IV are true

(d) Only I is true

3. Statements:

R * Y, S # N, Y \$ S, N @ J

Conclusions:

I. J # S

II. Y @ N

III. R # N

IV. Y @ J

(a) Only II is true

(b) None is true

(c) Only III is true

(d) Only I is true

(e) Only IV is true

(b) None is true

4. Statements:

A @ K, K # N, N & B, B * W

Conclusions:

I. W \$ N

II. B @ K

III. A @ W

IV. K @ W

(a) I, II, and III are true

(b) I, II are true

(c) I, III are true

(d) I,III and IV are true

(e) All are true

(b) I, II are true

5. Statements:

D # O, O * K, K @ R, R \$ N

Conclusions:

I. N # O

II. N @ K

III. O # R

IV. K # D

(a) Only II is true

(b) None of these

(c) Only III is true

(d) Only I is true

(e) None is true

(e) None is true

6-10) In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements followed by two conclusions. Give answer:

(a) Only I is true

(b) Only II is true

(c) Either I or II are true

(d) Neither I nor II is true

(e) Both I and II are true

6. Statements:

S<L≤D=N; L= B

Conclusions:

I. N>S,

II. B≤D

(e) Both I and II are true

7. Statements:

B>Y=E≥N<K≤H; K>P; K<Y

Conclusions:

I.H<P

II. B < N

(d) Neither I nor II is true

8. Statements:

D≥J≥A>C≤A≤K

Conclusions:

I.D>=A

II. J≤K

(a) Only I is true

9. Statements:

C<K≤A=N≥D; W≥N<O; E≥K

Conclusions:

I.K≤D

II. C<W

(b) Only II is true

10. Statements:

C<K≤A=N≥D; W≥N<O; E≥K

Conclusions:

I. W≥D

II. E<O

(a) Only I is true