In a series of sharing questions asked in IBPS PO Prelims exams in first two days, today I am sharing Inequalities questions asked :-

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 conclusions I and II is true

Conclusions

I. K < H

II. L ≥ I

Conclusions

I. O < P

II. S > P

Conclusions

I. B > R

II. R < C

Conclusions

I. D > J

II. E < J

Conclusions

I. R > P

II. T < R

Conclusions

I. K < H is True

II. L ≥ I is False

Only Conclusion I is True hence answer is Option A.

Conclusions

I. O < P is False

II. S > P is True

Only Conclusion II is True hence answer is Option B.

Given that, A = B ≤ C

and A > R

On combining the statement we will get : R < A = B ≤ C

Conclusions

I. B > R is True

II. R < C is True

Both the conclusions are True hence answer is Option E

Given that, D > E ≤ F

and J < F

On combining the statement we will get : D > E ≤ F > J

Conclusions

I. D > J is False

II. E < J is False

Both Conclusions are False hence answer is Option D

Given that, P < Q > T

and R ≥ Q

On combining the statement we will get :

P < Q ≤ R and R ≥ Q > T

Conclusions

I. R > P is True

II. T < R is True

Both Conclusions are True hence answer is Option E

==>> Inequality shortcut trick

**Q (1 - 5) In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions.**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 conclusions I and II is true

**Q1.**Statements H ≥ I = J > K ≤ LConclusions

I. K < H

II. L ≥ I

**Q2.**Statements S > C ≥ O, P < CConclusions

I. O < P

II. S > P

**Q3.**Statements A = B ≤ C, A > RConclusions

I. B > R

II. R < C

**Q4.**Statements D > E ≤ F, J < FConclusions

I. D > J

II. E < J

**Q5.**Statements P < Q > T, R ≥ QConclusions

I. R > P

II. T < R

### Solutions

**Answer 1. (Option A)**Conclusions

I. K < H is True

II. L ≥ I is False

Only Conclusion I is True hence answer is Option A.

**Answer 2. (Option B)**Conclusions

I. O < P is False

II. S > P is True

Only Conclusion II is True hence answer is Option B.

**Answer 3. (Option E)**Given that, A = B ≤ C

and A > R

On combining the statement we will get : R < A = B ≤ C

Conclusions

I. B > R is True

II. R < C is True

Both the conclusions are True hence answer is Option E

**Answer 4. (Option D)**Given that, D > E ≤ F

and J < F

On combining the statement we will get : D > E ≤ F > J

Conclusions

I. D > J is False

II. E < J is False

Both Conclusions are False hence answer is Option D

**Answer 5. (Option E)**Given that, P < Q > T

and R ≥ Q

On combining the statement we will get :

P < Q ≤ R and R ≥ Q > T

Conclusions

I. R > P is True

II. T < R is True

Both Conclusions are True hence answer is Option E

==>> Inequality shortcut trick