**Inequality analytical reasoning for Bank Exams**

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Directions (1-10) In each of these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statement(s). These statements are followed by two conclusions. Read the statement(s)and give Answer.

A) If only conclusion I is true

B) If only conclusion II is true

C) If either conclusion I or II is true

D) If neither conclusion I nor II is true

E) If both conclusion I and II are true

1)

Statement H ≥ I > J = K ≥ L = M

Conclusions I) J > M II) H > L

2)

Statement P > Q ≥ S, L ≤ N > S

Conclusions I) Q > N II) P > L

3)

Statement V < C ≤ D = E, R > P=E

Conclusions I) P ≥ C II) R > V

4)

Statement W = Y ≥ V = U < S ≤ T

Conclusions I) T ≥ V II) W ≥ U

5)

Statement S ≥ M > P, y < E = R ≤ P

Conclusions I) S > E II) Y ≥M

6)

Statement A > B ≥ C < D, C = E > G

Conclusions I) D > E II) B > G

7)

Statement P ≤ Q > M ≥ N, Q = S

Conclusions I) S > P II) N < S

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8)

Statement S > M = Z > T < Q > V

Conclusions I) V= S II) Q > M

9)

Statement T < U = V ≤ S > P ≥ Q

Conclusions I) S > T II) V ≥ Q

10)

Statement M ≥ N > R > W, E= J > L ≥ W

Conclusions I) E > W II) M > L

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**Inequality analytical reasoning for Bank Exams- Answers**

1.B) Given statement H ≥ I > J =K ≥ L= M

Thus H > L is true. Hence conclusion II follows.

Again J ≥M is true. So, conclusion I (J ≥M) is not true.

This conclusion I does not follow.

2.D) combining both the statements,

we get P ≥Q ≥S < N ≥ L

We can’t compare Q & N or P and L.

Therefore, neither conclusion I nor II is true

3. E) Combining both the statements,

we get V < C ≤ D = E = P < R

Thus C ≤ P or P ≥ C is true.

Hence conclusion I is true.

Again, V < R or R > V is true.

Hence conclusion II

also is true

4. B) combining both the statements,

we get W = Y ≥ V = U < S ≤ T

Thus V < T or T > V is true.

Hence conclusion I (T ≥ V) is not true

Again W ≥ U is true. Hence conclusion II is true

5. A) combining both the statements,

we get S ≥ M > P ≥ R = E > Y

Thus S > E is true.

hence conclusion II is true.

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6.E) combining both the statements,

we get A > B ≥ C = E > G & A > B ≥ C = E < D

Thus B > G is true.

Hence II is true

Again, D > E is true.

Hence, I is also true

7.B) combining both the statements,

we get P ≤ Q = S > M ≥ N

Thus P ≤ S OR S ≥ P IS True. Hence conclusion I (S > P) is not definitely true

Again S > n or N < S is true.

Hence II is true

8.D) combining both the statements,

we get S > M = Z > T < Q > V

Thus, we can’t compare V & S.

Hence conclusion I is not true.

And also, we can’t compare Q & M.

Hence II is not true

9.A) combining both the statements,

we get T < U = V ≤ S > P ≥ Q

Thus T < s or S > T is true.

Hence, I is true. But we can’t compare V & Q.

Hence conclusion II is not true

10.A) combining both the statements,

we get M ≥N > R > W ≤L < J = E

Thus, W < E or E > w is true. Hence conclusion I is true. we can’t compare M & L.

Hence II is not true.

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