# Equality & Inequality Question Answer

Direction (Q1-5) in the given questions assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the given four conclusion definitely true?

1) Statement D≥I>F; U<R=N; F>N
Conclusion I.F>U II.D>R III.T≥I IV.U<D

1) Only I and II are true
2) Only II and IV are true
3) Only I and III are true.
4) Only I, II and IV are true.
5) All are true

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2) Statement- M>S≤P≤K, J≤D=C<K
Conclusion-I.C≥P II.M>J III.S≤D IV.P>J

1) Only II are III are true
2) Only III is true.
3) Only I and IV are true.
4) All are true.
5) None of these.

3) Statement- S≤T=U<V; W=X≥P>U
Conclusion- I.W>S II.P≤V III.X>T IV.U≤W

1) Only I and II are true.
2) Only II and IV are true.
3) Only I and III are true.
4) Only III and IV are true.
5) None of these

4) Statement-B≤C=E≤F≥G;G<M=J
Conclusions- I.G≥C II.F≥B III.E<M IV.J>C

1)Only II is true.
2) Only I, III and IV are true.
3) Only IV is true.
4) Only IV is true.
5) None of these.

5) Statements-B>E≥C=F; K≤M≤N<Q; K≥B
Conclusions-I.N>C II.M≥B III.F<Q IV.C<K

1) Only II and IV are true.
2) All are true.
3) Only III and IV are true.
4) None is true.
5) None of these.
Solution (Q 1-5)

1( 4)
Combining all these statements ,we get
D≥I>F>N=R=U
Thus, F>T ; C>Q ; T<C IS True. But T≥H is true.

2(5)
Combining both statements, we got
M>S≤P≤K>C=D≥J
Thus no statement is true.

3( 3)
Combining both statements
W=X≥P>U=T≥S
Thus only W>S and X>T are true.

4(1)
B≤C=E≤F≥G<M=J
Thus only F≥B is true.
5(2)

Combining all statements we get
Q>N≥M≥K≥B>E≥C=F
Thus all conclusions are true.

Q(6-10):In these questions ,the relationship between different elements is shown in the statements.The statements are followed by two conclusion.
(1)if only conclusion (i) is true
(2)if only conclusion (ii) is true
(3)either conclusion (i) or (ii) is true
(4)if neither conclusion (i) nor (ii) is true
(5)if both conclusion (i) and (ii) are true

6. Statement: T<P≤U ; L>U≤K ; P≥R
Conclusion: (i) K≥ R (ii)L>R

7. Statement: H=I≤ R ; M≥ R<S
Conclusion: (i) M=I (ii)M>I

8. Statement: A≥B>C≥F; Z<C≤ D<E
Conclusion: (i) A>Z (ii)F<E

9. Statement: P<Q≥ Z>S ; Z<L; M≤S
Conclusion: (i)P<L (ii)B<L

10. Statement: H≥ G<U; F≤G>Z
Conclusion: (i) F≤H (ii)Z<U
Solution (Q6-10)

6(5) R≤P≤U≤K ; U<L

Hence both conclusions are true.

7(3) H=I ≤R≤M

Hence, M≥I So either (i) or (ii) is true.

8(5) A≥B>C≥F ; E>D≥C≥Z

Hence both conclusions are true

9(2) P<Q≥Z<L

No definite relation can be found between P and L.

L>Z>S≥M

So only conclusion (ii) is true.

10(5) F≤G≤H i.e F≤H ; Z<G<I i.e Z<I

So both the conclusion are true.