# Crack SBI Clerk / IDBI Executive 2018 – Logical Reasoning (Inequality) Day-40

Dear Readers, Reasoning Section play a vital role in Banking and all other competitive exams. This year 2018 was started with three wonderful opportunities; Most Awaited SBI Clerk 2018. To enrich your preparation here we have providing new series of Practice Questions on Reasoning Ability – Inequality. Candidates those who are going to appear in Bank Exams 2018 can practice these questions daily and make your preparation effective.

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Direction (Q 1-5): Relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. Find if the conclusions also follow or not.

1. Statements: A > Z = Q ≥ M <S ≤ E; S > F; K < Z

Conclusions:

1. E > F,
2. A < M
1.   only I follows
2.   only II follows
3.   either I or II follows
4.   neither I nor II follow
5.   both I and II follow
1. Statements: Z < A ≤ I = K; A = D

Conclusions:

1. K > Z,
2. D ≤ I
1.   only I follows
2.   only II follows
3.   either I or II follows
4.   neither I nor II follow
5.   both I and II follow
1. Which of the following expressions is true if the expression K < T ≤ C > S > N ≥ Z is definitely true?
1.   Z ≤ K
2.   S < K
3.   N > K
4.   Z < S
5.   T ≤ N
1. In Which of the following expressions does the expression ‘J ≤ A’ to definitely hold true?
1.   K ≥ A ≤ Q = P < S ≤ J
2.   U ≥ J ≥ M = F ≤ G ≥ A
3.   A ≥ C ≥ Q ≥ X = N ≥ J
4.   G ≥ A = M < X ≤ S ≤ J
5.   J ≥ E = G ≥ W = Y ≥ A
1. Which of the following symbols should be placed in the blank spaces respectively(in the same order from left to right) in order to complete the given expression in such a manner that both ‘K > Q’ as well as ‘Q ≤ D’ definitely holds true? D _ A _ Q _ C _ K
1.   >, ≥, <, =
2.   >, >, ≥, <
3.   ≥, ≥, ≥,≤
4.   ≥, =, ≤,<
5.   Other than those given as options

Direction (6-10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

1. Statements: H<L≤I=K; L = B

Conclusions: i. K>H, ii. B≤I

1.   Only I is true
2.   Only II is true
3.   Either I or II true
4.   Neither I nor II is true
5.   Both I and II are true
1. Statements: A>Z=R≥N<J≤E; J>F; K<Z

Conclusions: i. E>F, ii. A<N

1.   Only I is true
2.   Only II is true
3.   Either I or II true
4.   Neither I nor II is true
5.   Both I and II are true
1. Statements: U≥J≥S>C≤B≤M

Conclusions: i. U>B, ii. J≤M

1.   Only I is true
2.   Only II is true
3.   Either I or II true
4.   Neither I nor II is true
5.   Both I and II are true
1. Statements: G<S≤A = N≥B; F≥N<O; D≥S

Conclusions: S≤B, G<F

1.   Only I is true
2.   Only II is true
3.   Either I or II true
4.   Neither I nor II is true
5.   Both I and II are true
1. Statements: C<L≤A = N≥G; R≥N<S; F≥L

Conclusions: R≥F, G<S

1.   Only I is true
2.   Only II is true
3.   Either I or II true
4.   Neither I nor II is true
5.   Both I and II are true

Direction (Q 1-5):

Direction (6-10): 