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Questions from inequality reasoning have been asked in various competitive examinations; such as Staff selection commission; institute of personal banking selection; board examination; railways, and any insurance and banking exams;

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## Understanding Inequality logical reasoning questions

Primarily **Logical inequality reasoning** question solving is not important than that of understanding inequality, because, here understanding means playing with Inequality questions as suitable as methods one can apply to solve it easily.

For instance, if a group of elements represented in a certain code which we implement in the following signs given below, comes under the inequalities.

< ,=, > , ≥ or ≤ , For example- P>Q = P is greater than Q , S<T = S is smaller than T, A=B = A and B are equal in value. Y≥Z = Y is Greater than or equal to Z ,i.e Y=Z OR Y>Z

**Let’s understand it with some examples **

There can be multiple cases on its basis. A question can include the Greater sign, smaller sign, equal sign, greater than or equal to or smaller than or equal to, as compared to define a relationship in the questions. once you know how these signs work you will be able to solve those problems.

(1). – A > C > D, gives the sense that A is greater than C or D, where D has the smallest value in comparison toA & C,

(2). V< X< Z. then V <Z ,

(3). O ≥ T=G, THEN O=T, or O> G, Here two cases Generate 1st O ≥ T ( here O is greater than or equal to T )

**Inequality Questions and Answer details **

In this type of question, we notice that the statement is based on the conclusion

```
Q1. B≥C>D>E≥F=G<H
Conclusion 1. B>F II. H<E
```

Statement – 1. IF only conclusion 1 follows,

2. if only conclusion II follows

3. if either conclusion 1 or II follows.

4. if neither conclusion 1 nor II follows

5. if both conclusion 1 or II follows,

**Answer**– Only Conclusion 1

**Explanation** – In this type of question, we notice the signs first according to the given conclusion. such as (Conclusion 1. B>F II. H<E) in the 1st conclusion has B>F, so we check that B>F has only one sign of greater than, and in the question we also check that B≥C>D>E≥F,i.e in this expression ( > ) sign is available so we can move FROM B to F because of the sign same sign( > ) everywhere.

**Explanation** 2- 2nd conclusion has H<E so the Sign is of (<) but in the question B≥C>D>E≥F=G<H is given, but we notice that we can’t move from H to E because of distinct signs,

Q.2 - P≥Q=R≥S=T>U Conclusion - I.P≥U II.R≥T

Statement – 1. IF only conclusion 1 follows,

2. if only conclusion II follows

3. if either conclusion 1 or II follows.

4. if neither conclusion 1 nor II follows

5. if both conclusion 1 or II follows,

**Answer** – 2 if only conclusion 2 follows.

**Explanation**– taking 1 conclusion ( P≥U) it has two signs( ≥, Greater than or equal to ), so these signs must be applicable in all cases for this question, but when we move from P to U, then, in this question we check that first we reach P≥Q ( with the same sign ≥ again we move further then we reach P≥Q=R ( here = allows to move further) , then, P≥Q=R≥S (again with the same sign ≥ ) similarly we can move to P≥Q=R≥S=T>U ( T>U has not = equal sign); so it denies the conclusion but if ≥ would come with U , it could be right,

**Explanation** 2- conclusion 2nd** R≥T**, it means we have to reach from R to T but with the same sign ( > or =, ,= equal sign must available), in the question P≥Q=R≥S=T>U, but notice that we can move from R to T, thus this conclusion satisfies the condition.

Q 3. Satisy the expression. J=K J>KCondition - J>K II.J=k

**Statement** – 1. if only condition 1 satisfy.

2. if only condition 2 satisfy.

3. if only condition either 1 or 2nd satisfy.

**Ans**(3) – in the question, Elements are the same but the signs are different so if elements are the same in a question then our work is to satisfy the Condition, we can write in **this way J ≥ K,**

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