8 Jul 2017

Practice Reasoning Questions For IBPS 2017 Exams (Inequality)

Practice Reasoning Questions For IBPS 2017 Exams (Inequality):
Dear Readers, Important Practice Reasoning Questions with explanation for IBPS Exams 2017 was given here with explanation, candidates those who are preparing for Banking and all other Competitive exams can use this practice questions.



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Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

1). Statements: M = V; R ≥ S; V< S; M > A; R ≤ U
Conclusions: I. U > S
II. R = S
III. R > S

Only I is true
Only II is true
Only III is true
Either II or III is true
None is true

1). Answer: D)
U ≥R ≥ S > V = M > A
I. U >S : Not true
II. R = S : Not true
III. R >S : not true
But R ≥ S, therefore either II or III is true.
2). Statements:V < O; S < Q; N > Q; R < O; N ≤ T = V; S ≥ P
Conclusions:I. P ≤ N
II. V > R
III. N < V

Only III is true
Only II is true
Only I and II is true
Only II and III is true
None of these

2). Answer: E)
P≤S < Q < N ≤T = V < O > R
I. P ≤ N : Not true
II. V >R:Not true
III. N < V : not true Hence, none is true

3). Statements:A < P = C ≥ D; S > U ≤ B < A; C < Q > S ≥ V
Conclusions: I. U > V
II. B < C
III. Q > D

Only I is true
Only Il is true
Only I and III is true
Only II and III is true
None of these
3). Answer: D) A < P = C ≥ D; S > U ≤ B < A; C < Q > S ≥ V
U < S ≥ V
B < A < P = C
D ≤ C < Q
I. U >V : Not true
II. B < C : true III. Q >D : True
Hence, both II and III is true

4). Statements:R > U; T = U; I > H; A < S; T > H; R ≥ A
Conclusions: I. H < R
II. A < R
III. I > T

Only I is true
Only II is true
Only I and III is true
Only III is true
None of these
4). Answer: A)
S > A ≤ R > U = T > H < I
I. H < R :true II. A < R :not true III. I >T : Not true
Hence, Only I is true


5). In which of the given expression does the expression F < N and R > M definitely hold true?
M≤ N < L; R > N; P < F ≤ L
M≤ N > L; R < N; P < F ≥ L
M≤ N > L; R > N; P < F ≤ L
M≤ N > L; R < N; P < F ≥ L
M≥ N > L; R > N; P < F ≤ L
5). Answer : C) M≤ N > L; R > N; P < F ≤ L
F ≤ L < N
R > N ≥ M
Hence, option c) only follows

6). In which of the given expression does the expression N > Q and L > P definitely hold True?
L >M ≥ N < O = P ≤ Q < R
L > M ≥ N > O = P ≤ Q < R
L > M ≥ N > O = P ≥ Q < R
L > M ≥ N ≤ O = P ≤ Q < R
L ≥ M ≥ N ≥ O = P ≥ Q < R


6). Answer: C)
All given expressions does hold the two conditions are False except option c)
L > M ≥ N > O = P≥ Q< R
N > O = P ≥ Q
L > M ≥ N > O = P
Hence, the answer is option c)

7). What is in the place of question mark (?) in the given expression does the expression S > Y is definitely true and X ≥V is definitely false?
S ≥ T > X = U ? Y ≥V> Z

> or =
>
=
<
7). Answer: C)
S ≥ T > X = U ? Y ≥ V > Z
S ≥ T > X = U ≥ Y
X = U ≥ Y ≥ V
Hence, the ‘>’ symbol satisfies both the conditions.

8). What is in the place of question mark (?) in the given expression does the expression K < H and V > K is definitely true?
V = O ≥L ? K; O ≤ H

>
=
< or ≤
None of these
8). Answer: A)
V = O ≥ L ? K; O ≤ H
H ≥ O ≥ L > K
V = O ≥ L > K
Hence, the ‘>’ symbol satisfies both the conditions.

9). Statements: R > T ≥M S ; V = O>D
Conclusions: I. D < T
II. P ≥ M

Only I is true
Only II is true
Either II or III is true
None is true
Both I and II is true
9). Answer: D)
R > T ≥ M < O ≤ P >S ; V = O > D
T ≥ M < O > D
M < O ≤ P
I. D < T not true II. P ≥ M : Not true
Hence, none is true

10). Statements:D ≤ E = S > P ≥W > B; S ≤ Q; B = G
Conclusions: I. P > G
II. P =G

Only I is true
Only II is true
Either II or III is true
Both I and II is true
None of these
10). Answer: A)
D ≤ E = S > P ≥W > B; S ≤ Q; B = G
I. P >G : True
II. P = G : Not true
Hence, Only I is true.




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