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# Coded Inequality Questions For SBI PO

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Question 1: Which of the following expressions will be true if the expression R > O = A > S < T is definitely true?

a) O &gt; T
b) S &lt; R
c) T &gt; A
d) S = O
e)T &lt; R

Following questions are based on the information given
below:
(i) â€˜P Ã— Qâ€™ means â€˜P is mother of Qâ€™.
(ii) â€˜P Ã· Qâ€™ means â€˜P is sister of Q.
(iii) â€˜ P+ Qâ€™ means â€˜P is brother of Q.
(iv) P â€“ Qâ€™ means p is father of Q,.

Question 2: Which of the following means K is son of Râ€™?

a) R Ã— K
b) R- K
c) K+TÃ—R
d) R-JÃ·K+M
e)None of these

Question 3: Which of the following means â€˜M is paternal uncle of T?

a) M + J – T
b) M + J Ã— T
c) M Ã· J – T
d) M + J + T
e)None of these
Question 4: Which of the following means D is cousin of Wâ€™ ?

a) D Ã· M + W
b) D + M Ã· W
c) D Ã— T +W
d) D – T Ã· N Ã— W
e)None of these

Question 5: Which of the following 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 makes the expression A < P definitely false? ___ â‰¤\leqâ‰¤ ___ <<< ___ >>> ___

a) L, N, P, A
b) L, A, P, N
c) A, L, P, N
d) N, A, P, L
e)P, N, A, L

Question 6: Which of the following expressions will be true if the expression R > O = A > S < T as definitely true?

a) O &gt;T
b) S &lt; R
c) T &gt; A
d) S = O
e)T &lt; R

Directions for questions : Read each statement carefully and answer the following questions:

Question 7: Which of the following letters 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 makes the expression â€˜A < Pâ€™ definitely false?
__< __< __ > __

a) L, N, P, A
b) L, A, P, N
c) A, L, P, N
d) N, A, P, L
e)P, N, A, L

Question 8: Which of the following expressions will be true if the expression R > O = A > S < T is definitely true?

a) O &gt; T
b) S &lt; R
c) T &gt; A
d) S = O
e)T &lt; R

Question 9: In which of the following expressions â€˜R < Pâ€™ as well as â€˜S > Qâ€™ be â€˜â€™definitely true?

a) P &gt; Q = R â‰¤\leqâ‰¤ T &lt; S
b) S &gt; T â‰¥\geqâ‰¥ R &gt; Q &lt; P
c) Q &gt; R â‰¤\leqâ‰¤ T &gt; P â‰¥\geqâ‰¥ S
d) S &gt; T â‰¥\geqâ‰¥ R &gt; Q &gt; P
e)None of these

Study the following information carefully and answer
the questions given below:
In a certain code language, â€˜Cinderella shouted for rescueâ€™ is written as â€˜pr co ly buâ€™
â€˜rescue all the bugsâ€™ is written as â€˜ke mt co rx
â€˜bugs ate all carrotsâ€™ is written as vg rx ke shâ€™
â€˜carrots for pretty Cinderellaâ€™ is written as â€˜ly pr vg asâ€™
(All codes are two letter codes only)

Question 10: In the given code language, what does the code â€˜prâ€™ stand for ?

a) either â€˜bugsâ€™ or â€˜shoutedâ€™
b) rescue
c) either â€˜Cinderellaâ€™ or â€˜forâ€™
d) for
e)pretty

As per the rules given in Coded Inequalities section of Banking Concepts we get option b : S < R is true.

(A) : R x K = R is the mother of K. Since, gender of K is unknown, this means K can either be son or daughter of R.
(B) : R – K = R is the father of K. Since, gender of K is unknown, this means K can either be son or daughter of R.
(C) : K + T x R = K is the brother of T and T is the mother of R, => K is the uncle of R.
(D) : R-JÃ·K+M = R is the father of J, who is the sister of K, who is the brother of M, => K is male and a child of R.
=> K is the son of R

Paternal uncle means brother of father.
(A) : M + J – T = M is the brother of J, who is father of T, thus M and J are both brothers and M is the paternal uncle of T.
(B) : M + J x T = M is the brother of J, who is mother of T. Thus, M is maternal uncle of T.
(C) : M Ã· J – T = M is the sister of J, who is father of T. => M is paternal aunt of T.
(D) : M + J + T = M is the brother of J, who is a brother of T.

4) Answe(E)
(A) : D Ã· M + W = D is the sister of M, who is the brother of W. => All are siblings and not cousins.
(B) : D + M Ã· W = D is the brother of M, who is the sister of W, => All are siblings and not cousins.
(C) : D x T + W = D is the mother of T, who is brother of W, => D is mother of W
(D) : D – T Ã· N Ã— W = D is father of T. T is sister of N, who is mother of W, => D is maternal grandfather of W.
Thus, none of the options means ‘D is cousin of W’.

(A) : D Ã· M + W = D is the sister of M, who is the brother of W. => All are siblings and not cousins.
(B) : D + M Ã· W = D is the brother of M, who is the sister of W, => All are siblings and not cousins.
(C) : D x T + W = D is the mother of T, who is brother of W, => D is mother of W
(D) : D – T Ã· N Ã— W = D is father of T. T is sister of N, who is mother of W, => D is maternal grandfather of W.
Thus, none of the options means ‘D is cousin of W’.

From expression R > O = A > S < T, the two conclusions are made
R > O> S < T
R > A> S < T
Hence from the above expression S < R is definitely true.

For the given condition â€˜A < Pâ€™
From option a, L < N < P > A => A < P
Hence, option a satisfies the condition.
From option b, L < A < P > N => A < P
Hence, option b satisfies the condition.
From option c, A < L < P > N => A < P
Hence, option c satisfies the condition
From option d, N < A < P > L => A < P
Hence, option d satisfies the condition
From option e, P < N < A > L => A > P
Hence, option e does not satisfy the condition
Option e does not agree with the condition ‘A < P’.

R > O = A > S < T
Definitely true :-
R > A, R > S, O >S

R should be less than P and S greater than Q.
Option A: Satisfies Both conditions
Option B: R is less than P but no definite relationship can be established between S and Q.
Option C: No definite relationship can be established between S and Q or R and P.
Option D: S is greater than Q but R is not less than P.