# Crack IBPS Clerk Mainsâ€“ Logical Reasoning (Coded Inequality)

## Crack IBPS Clerk Mainsâ€“ Logical Reasoning (Coded Inequality):

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

Crack IBPS Clerk Mainsâ€“ Reasoning Ability (Coded Inequality)

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Directions (Q. 1-5): In the following questions, the symbols \$,@,%, Â© and # are used with the following meanings as illustrated below:

‘AÂ©B’ means ‘A’ is greater than ‘B’.

‘A%B’ means ‘A’ is smaller than ‘B’.

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‘A\$B’ means ‘A’ is either smaller than or equal to ‘B’.

‘A#B’ means ‘A’ is equal to ‘B’.

1. Statements: V \$ Z, Z Â© M, M % H

Conclusions:

1. M @ V
2. H # V

1. Only I and II follows
2. Only II and III follow
3. Only I and III follow
4. Either l or lll follows
5. None follows

1. Statements: M @ U, U # S, S @ F

Conclusions:

1. M # S
2. U # F

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

1. Statements: R # E, E @ D, D % A

Conclusions:

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

1. Statements: L @ B, B # H, H Â© T

Conclusions:

1. L # T
2. B @ T

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

1. Statements: F \$ C, C @ R, R # W

Conclusions:

1. W \$ C
2. F @ R

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

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

‘A \$ B’ means ‘A is not smaller than B’

‘A # B’ means ‘A is neither greater than nor equal to B’

‘A @ B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor equal to B’

‘A % B’ means ‘A is not greater than B’

‘A * B’ means ‘A is neither greater than nor smaller thanB’

1. Statements: D * Q, Q @ L, L \$ B, B # G

Conclusions:

1. D @ B
2. B * D
3. G @ L
1. Either I or II only follow
2. I and II only follow
3. I only follow
4. II and III only follow
5. None follows

1. Statements: P # M, M % R, R * T, T # L

Conclusions:

1. P # R
2. P * R
3. M % L

1. I only follow
2. Either I or II onlyfollow
3. III onlyfollows
4. All I, II and IIIfollow
5. None is true

1. Statements: Z @ Y, Y # K, K % M, M @ T

Conclusions:

1. Z @ M
2. Y @ T
3. Z # K

1. I onlyfollow
2. II and III onlyfollow
3. Either I or III onlyfollow
4. All I, II and IIIfollow
5. None follows

1. Statements: K @ T, T # D, D * F, F % G

Conclusions:

1. G @ K
2. G * T
3. G @ T

1. I and II onlyfollow
2. II and III onlyfollow
3. Either II or III onlyfollow
4. III onlyfollows
5. None follows

1. Statements: F @ H, M % H, M \$ R, G * M

Conclusions:

1. F \$ R
2. F @ R
3. Â H \$ G

1. II and III onlyfollow
2. II onlyfollows
3. III onlyfollows
4. III and either I or IIfollow
5. None follows