Quant Quiz: Inequalities for SBI, UIICL and Other Exams

Directions (Q. 1 – 5): In these questions a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements.
a) If conclusion (I) is true.
b) If 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 conclusions (I) and (II) are true.

1. Statements:
C>E>N=T, L<W=N
Conclusions:
I) N=W
II) E>L

2. Statements:
R=E<S>P, Q>M>E
Conclusions:
I) P>Q
II) M>R

3. Statements:
X>W>D>B,G=T>W
Conclusions:
I) G>D
II) T>B

4. Statements:
N<R=K<L,F<U<L
Conclusions:
I) R>F
II) N>U

5. Statements:
C>R>T=M<P<N
Conclusions:
I) C>M
II) T<N

1. e) Combining both statements we get
C>E>N=T=W>L
Thus N=W is true, again E>L is true, , so both conclusions (I) and  (II) are true .

2. b)Combining both statements we get
Q>M>E=R<S>P
No Relation Can’t be established between P & Q, but M>R is true, so conclusion (II) is true.

3. e) Combining both statement we get
X>W<T=G and G=T>W>D>B
Hence G>D is right again T>B is true. Hence both the conclusions are true.

4. d) Combining both statement we get
N<R=K<L>U>F
No Relation can establish between R & F and N&U. So, conclusion (I) nor (II) is true.

5. e) Combining both statements we get
C>R>T=M<P<N
Thus C>M is true, again T<N is true,  so both conclusions (I) and  (II) are true .

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