Inequality Questions For IBPS PO/Clerk Prelims
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
In the question given below, relationship between some elements is shown in the statements (s). The statements are followed by two conclusions. Read the statements and given answer.
Statements: A < C ≤ D < E; G = D < J > K
Conclusions:
I. J > E ?
II. G ≥ C
Correct
B. Only conclusion II is true
Given statement: A < C ≤ D < E; G = D < J > K
On combining statements, we get,
A < C ≤ D = G
Conclusions:
I. J > E –> False (As, J> D < E, so, we cannot establish the exact relation between J and E)
II. G ≥ C –> True (As, A < C ≤ D = G, so, G ≥ C)
Incorrect
B. Only conclusion II is true
Given statement: A < C ≤ D < E; G = D < J > K
On combining statements, we get,
A < C ≤ D = G
Conclusions:
I. J > E –> False (As, J> D < E, so, we cannot establish the exact relation between J and E)
II. G ≥ C –> True (As, A < C ≤ D = G, so, G ≥ C)

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
In the question given below, relationship between some elements is shown in the statements (s). The statements are followed by two conclusions. Read the statements and given answer.
Statements: P≥ Q≤ R < S; T ≥ U < S≤ V
Conclusions:
I. U < R
II. P ≥ S
Correct
D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true
Given statement: P≥ Q≤ R < S; T ≥ U < S≤ V
On combining statements, we get,
Q≤ R < S ≤ V
Conclusions:
I. U < R –> False (As, Q≤ R < S ≤ V, we cannot establish the exact relation between U and R)
II. P ≥ S –> False (As, Q≤ R < S ≤ V, we cannot establish the exact relation between P and S)
Incorrect
D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true
Given statement: P≥ Q≤ R < S; T ≥ U < S≤ V
On combining statements, we get,
Q≤ R < S ≤ V
Conclusions:
I. U < R –> False (As, Q≤ R < S ≤ V, we cannot establish the exact relation between U and R)
II. P ≥ S –> False (As, Q≤ R < S ≤ V, we cannot establish the exact relation between P and S)

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
In the question given below, relationship between some elements is shown in the statements (s). The statements are followed by two conclusions. Read the statements and given answer.
Statements: B ≤ D ≥ E > F; W = F > X ≥ Y
Conclusions:
I. D > Y
II. E > W
Correct
E. Both conclusions I and II are true
Given statement: B ≤ D ≥ E > F; W = F > X ≥ Y
On combining statements, we get,
D ≥ E > F > X ≥ Y and D ≥ E > F = W
Conclusions:
I. D > Y –> True (As, D ≥ E > F > X ≥ Y, so, D > Y)
II. E > W –> True (As, D ≥ E > F = W, so, E > W)
Incorrect
E. Both conclusions I and II are true
Given statement: B ≤ D ≥ E > F; W = F > X ≥ Y
On combining statements, we get,
D ≥ E > F > X ≥ Y and D ≥ E > F = W
Conclusions:
I. D > Y –> True (As, D ≥ E > F > X ≥ Y, so, D > Y)
II. E > W –> True (As, D ≥ E > F = W, so, E > W)

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
In the question given below, relationship between some elements is shown in the statements (s). The statements are followed by two conclusions. Read the statements and given answer.
Statements:C ≥ F < H = L; M > O ≤ F > T
Conclusions:
I. L > O
II. C ≥ M
Correct
A. Only conclusion I is true
Given statements: C ≥ F < H = L; M > O ≤ F > T
On combining, we get,
O ≤ F < H = L and T < F < H = L
Conclusions:
I. L > O –> True (As O ≤ F < H = L, so, L > O)
II. C ≥ M –> False (As M > O ≤ F ≤ C, we cannot establish the exact relation between C and M)
Incorrect
A. Only conclusion I is true
Given statements: C ≥ F < H = L; M > O ≤ F > T
On combining, we get,
O ≤ F < H = L and T < F < H = L
Conclusions:
I. L > O –> True (As O ≤ F < H = L, so, L > O)
II. C ≥ M –> False (As M > O ≤ F ≤ C, we cannot establish the exact relation between C and M)

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
In the question given below, relationship between some elements is shown in the statements (s). The statements are followed by two conclusions. Read the statements and given answer.
Statements: U < V ≥ W > X; Y ≥ X < Z = A
Conclusions:
I. V > Y
II. U < A
Correct
D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true
Given statements: U < V ≥ W > X; Y ≥ X < Z = A
On combining, we get,
V ≥ W > X
Conclusions:
I. V > Y –> False (As V ≥ W > X≤ Y, we cannot establish the exact relation between V and Y)
II. U < A –> False (As U < V ≥ W > X< Z = A, we cannot establish the exact relation between U and A)
Incorrect
D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true
Given statements: U < V ≥ W > X; Y ≥ X < Z = A
On combining, we get,
V ≥ W > X
Conclusions:
I. V > Y –> False (As V ≥ W > X≤ Y, we cannot establish the exact relation between V and Y)
II. U < A –> False (As U < V ≥ W > X< Z = A, we cannot establish the exact relation between U and A)

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
In the following question assuming the given statements to be true, find which conclusion (s) among given three conclusions is/are definitely true and then give your answer accordingly.
Statements: K ≥ L = Q ≤ I; C ≤ D = E = Q ≥ A
Conclusions:
I. I ≥ C
II. A ≤ K
III. L = D
Correct
D. All conclusions I, II and III are true
Given statements: K ≥ L = Q ≤ I; C ≤ D = E = Q ≥ A
On combining, we get:
K ≥ L = Q ≥ A; K ≥ L = Q = E = D ≥ C; I ≥ Q ≥ A and I ≥ Q = E = D ≥ C
Conclusions:
I. I ≥ C –> True (As I ≥ Q = E = D ≥ C, So, I ≥ C)
II. A ≤ K –> True (As K ≥ L = Q ≥ A, So, A ≤ K)
III. L = D –> True (As L = Q = E = D, So, L = D)
Incorrect
D. All conclusions I, II and III are true
Given statements: K ≥ L = Q ≤ I; C ≤ D = E = Q ≥ A
On combining, we get:
K ≥ L = Q ≥ A; K ≥ L = Q = E = D ≥ C; I ≥ Q ≥ A and I ≥ Q = E = D ≥ C
Conclusions:
I. I ≥ C –> True (As I ≥ Q = E = D ≥ C, So, I ≥ C)
II. A ≤ K –> True (As K ≥ L = Q ≥ A, So, A ≤ K)
III. L = D –> True (As L = Q = E = D, So, L = D)

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
In the following question assuming the given statements to be true, find which conclusion (s) among given three conclusions is/are definitely true and then give your answer accordingly.
Statements: C ≥ D ≤ E = F ≤ G; K ≤ E ≤ H = I
Conclusions:
I. G > I
II. E ≤ I
III. D > K
Correct
B. Only conclusion II is true
Given statements: C ≥ D ≤ E = F ≤ G; K ≤ E ≤ H = I
On combining, we get:
G ≥ F = E ≥ K; I = H ≥ E = F and I = H ≥ E ≥ D
Conclusions:
I. G > I –> False (As G ≥ F = E ≤ H = I, the exact relationship between G and I is not determined)
II. E ≤ I –> True (As I = H ≥ E, So, I ≥ E)
III. D > K –> False (As D ≤ E ≥ K, the exact relationship between D and K is not determined)
Incorrect
B. Only conclusion II is true
Given statements: C ≥ D ≤ E = F ≤ G; K ≤ E ≤ H = I
On combining, we get:
G ≥ F = E ≥ K; I = H ≥ E = F and I = H ≥ E ≥ D
Conclusions:
I. G > I –> False (As G ≥ F = E ≤ H = I, the exact relationship between G and I is not determined)
II. E ≤ I –> True (As I = H ≥ E, So, I ≥ E)
III. D > K –> False (As D ≤ E ≥ K, the exact relationship between D and K is not determined)

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
In the following question assuming the given statements to be true, find which conclusion (s) among given three conclusions is/are definitely true and then give your answer accordingly.
Statements: Q ≥ P = R ≥ S > T; U ≥ V = R > W
Conclusions:
I. Q < U
II. V > T
III. Q ≥ W
Correct
B. Only conclusion II is true
Given statements: Q ≥ P = R ≥ S > T; U ≥ V = R > W
On combining, we get:
U ≥ V = R ≥ S > T; Q ≥ P = R > W and Q ≥ P = R = V
Conclusions:
I. Q < U –> False (As U ≥ V = R = P ≤ Q, the exact relation between Q and U cannot be established)
II. V > T –> True (As V = R ≥ S > T, So, V > T)
III. Q ≥ W –> False (As , Q ≥ P = R > W, Q > W)
Incorrect
B. Only conclusion II is true
Given statements: Q ≥ P = R ≥ S > T; U ≥ V = R > W
On combining, we get:
U ≥ V = R ≥ S > T; Q ≥ P = R > W and Q ≥ P = R = V
Conclusions:
I. Q < U –> False (As U ≥ V = R = P ≤ Q, the exact relation between Q and U cannot be established)
II. V > T –> True (As V = R ≥ S > T, So, V > T)
III. Q ≥ W –> False (As , Q ≥ P = R > W, Q > W)

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
In the following question assuming the given statements to be true, find which conclusion (s) among given three conclusions is/are definitely true and then give your answer accordingly.
Statements: E > H = K < P ≤ Q; X > Z ≥ Q; E ≤ I
Conclusions:
I. H < X
II. I > K
III. Z ≥ P
Correct
E. All of the above
Given statements: E > H = K < P ≤ Q; X > Z ≥ Q; E ≤ I
On combining, we get:
X > Z ≥ Q ≥ P > K = H and I ≥ E > H = K
Conclusions:
I. H < X –> True (As X > Z ≥ Q ≥ P > K = H, So, H < X)
II. I > K –> True (As I ≥ E > H = K, So, I > K)
III. Z ≥ P –> True (As Z ≥ Q ≥ P, So, Z ≥ P)
Incorrect
E. All of the above
Given statements: E > H = K < P ≤ Q; X > Z ≥ Q; E ≤ I
On combining, we get:
X > Z ≥ Q ≥ P > K = H and I ≥ E > H = K
Conclusions:
I. H < X –> True (As X > Z ≥ Q ≥ P > K = H, So, H < X)
II. I > K –> True (As I ≥ E > H = K, So, I > K)
III. Z ≥ P –> True (As Z ≥ Q ≥ P, So, Z ≥ P)

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
In the following question assuming the given statements to be true, find which conclusion (s) among given three conclusions is /are definitely true and then give your answer accordingly.
Statements: B ≥ E = G > C; H < B < F; E ≤ A = D
Conclusions:
I. A > C
II. F < G
III. D > H
Correct
A. Only conclusion I is true
Given statements: B ≥ E = G > C; H < B < F; E ≤ A = D
On combining, we get
A ≥ E = G > C;
F > B ≥ E = G > C; and
D = A ≥ E ≤ B > H
Conclusions:
I. A > C → True (As A ≥ E = G > C, A > C)
II. F < G → False (As F > B ≥ E = G > C, F > G)
III. D > H → False (As D = A ≥ E ≤ B > H, the exact relation between H and D cannot be established)
Only conclusion I is true.
Incorrect
A. Only conclusion I is true
Given statements: B ≥ E = G > C; H < B < F; E ≤ A = D
On combining, we get
A ≥ E = G > C;
F > B ≥ E = G > C; and
D = A ≥ E ≤ B > H
Conclusions:
I. A > C → True (As A ≥ E = G > C, A > C)
II. F < G → False (As F > B ≥ E = G > C, F > G)
III. D > H → False (As D = A ≥ E ≤ B > H, the exact relation between H and D cannot be established)
Only conclusion I is true.
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