# Crack IBPS Clerk Mains– Logical Reasoning (Inequality)

## Crack IBPS Clerk Mains– Logical Reasoning (Inequality):

Dear Readers, IBPS is conducting Online Examination for the recruitment of Clerical Cadre. Main Examination of  IBPS Clerk was scheduled from 21st Jan 2018. To enrich your preparation here we have providing new series of Practice Questions on Reasoning Ability -Inequality.Candidates those who are appearing in IBPS Clerk Exam can practice these questions daily and make your preparation effective.

Crack IBPS Clerk Mains– Reasoning Ability (Inequality)

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Directions (1-5): In these questions, certain symbols have been used to indicate relationships between elements as follows:

“A * B” means “A is either equal to or greater than B”

“A \$ B” means “A is equal to B”

“A £ B” means “A is either equal to or smaller than B”

“A & B” means “A is smaller than B”

“A @ B” means “A is greater than B”

1. Statements: J & C, C * B, S * C

Conclusions:

I) B * J

II) S £ J

III)  S @ B

1. None follows
2. Only I follow
3. Only II follows
4. Only III follows
5. Only II & III follows

1. Statements: R * H, T & H, H * B

Conclusions:

I) R \$ B

II) R @ B

III)  R @ T

1. I and II only follows
2. Either I or II and III only follows
3. Only I follow
4. II and III only follow
5. None of these

1. Statements: E @ R, M @ L, E & L

Conclusions:

I) L @ R

II) E & M

III)  M @ R

1. Only I and II follows
2. Only II and III follow
3. Only I and III follow
4. None follows
5. All follows

1. Statements: Y \$ V, H \$ S, V * S

Conclusions:

I) S £ H

II) H £ V

III)  Y * S

1. Only II follows
2. Only I and II follows
3. Only   III follows
4. Only II and III follow
5. None of these

1. Statements: M @ T, O @ R, O & T

Conclusions:

I) O £ M

II) R & T

III)  M @ R

1. Only I and II follows
2. Only I and III follow
3. Only II and III follow
4. None follows
5. None of these

Directions (Q. 6-10) In the following questions, the symbols @, \$, *, # and ! are used with the following meaning as illustrated below:

‘P \$ Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’.

‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor equal to 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 not greater than Q’.

1. Statements: D # R, R * K, K @ F, F \$ J

Conclusions:

I) J # R

II) J # K

III)  R # F

IV) K @ D

1. Only I, II and III follows
2. Only II, III and IV follow
3. Only I, III and IV follows
4. None of these
5. All follows

1. Statements: N ! B, B \$ W, W # H, H * M

Conclusions:

I) M @ W

II) H @ N

III)  W ! N

IV) W # N

1. Only I follow
2. Only III follows
3. Only IV follows
4. Only either III or IV follows
5. Only either III or IV and I follow

1. Statements: M \$ K, K @ N, N * R, R # W

Conclusions:

I) W @ K

II) M \$ R

III)  K @ W

IV) M @ N

1. Only I and II follows
2. Only I, II and III follows
3. Only IV follows
4. Only II, III and IV follow
5.  None of these

1. Statements: R * D, D \$ J, J # M, M @ K

Conclusions:

I) K # J

II) D @ M

III)  R # M

IV) D @ K

1. None follows
2. Only I follow
3. Only II follows
4. Only III follows
5. Only IV follows

1. Statements: H @ T, T # F, F ! E, E * V

Conclusions:

I) V \$ F

II) E @ T

III)  H @ V

IV) T # V

1. Only I, II and III follows
2. Only I, II and IV follows
3. Only II, III and IV follow
4. Only I, III and IV follows
5. All I, II, III and IV follows