**Directions (Q. 1-5):**In the following questions, the symbols %, #, @, & and $ are used with the following meaning as illustrated below:

- ‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is not greater than Q’.
- ‘P $ Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’.
- ‘P % Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q’
- ‘P #Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q’
- ‘P & Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’

### Q1. Statements:

L @ K $ M % N, K & O $ J, P & M # Q**Conclusions:**L @ N, O $ M

1) Only I is true

2) Only II is true

3) Either I or II is true

4) Both I and II are true

5) Neither I nor II is true.

**Ans. 2.**

**Solution:**

L≤ K < M= N, K ≥ O < J, P ≥ M>Q

L≤ K < M = N, O≤ K < M

### Q2. Statements:

L @ K $ M % N, K & O $ J, P & M # Q**Conclusions:**L $ M, O % N

1) Only I is true

2) Only II is true

3) Either I or II is true

4) Both I and II are true

5) Neither I nor II is true

**Ans. 1.**

**Solution:**

L≤ K < M= N, K ≥ O < J, P ≥ M>Q

L≤ K < M, O≤ K < M= N

### Q3. Statements:

L @ K $ M % N, K & O $ J, P & M # Q**Conclusions:**L @ P, L # Q

1) Only I is true

2) Only II is true

3) Either I or II is true

4) Both I and II are true

5) Neither I nor II is true.

**Ans. 5.**

**Solution:**

L ≤ K < M= N, K ≥ O < J, P ≥ M >Q

L ≤ K < M ≤ P, L ≤ K < M > Q

### Q4. Statements:

L @ K $ M % N, K & O $ J, P & M # Q**Conclusions:**P # N, P % N

1) Only I is true

2) Only II is true

3) Either I or II is true

4) Both I and II are true

5) Neither I nor II is true.

**Ans. 3.**

**Solution:**

L ≤ K < M= N, K ≥ O < J, P ≥ M >Q

P ≥ M = N

### Q5. Statements:

L @ K $ M % N, K & O $ J, P & M # Q**Conclusions:**O $ P, O $ N

1) Only I is true

2) Only II is true

3) Either I or II is true

4) Both I and II are true

5) Neither I nor II is true.

**Ans. 4.**

**Solution:**

L ≤ K < M= N, K ≥ O < J, P ≥ M >Q

O ≤ K < M ≤ P, O ≤ K < M= N

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