Coded Inequality Questions For SBI PO

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coded inequality questions for sbi po

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) ‘P × Q’ means ‘P is mother of Q’.
(ii) ‘P ÷ Q’ means ‘P is sister of Q.
(iii) ‘ P+ Q’ means ‘P is brother of Q.
(iv) `P – Q’ means p is father of Q,.

Question 2: Which of the following means `K is son of R’?

a) R × K
b) R- K
c) K+T×R
d) R-J÷K+M
e)None of these

Question 3: Which of the following means ‘M is paternal uncle of T?

a) M + J – T
b) M + J × T
c) M ÷ J – T
d) M + J + T
e)None of these
Question 4: Which of the following means `D is cousin of W’ ?

a) D ÷ M + W
b) D + M ÷ W
c) D × T +W
d) D – T ÷ N × W
e)None of these

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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? ___ ≤\leq≤ ___ <<< ___ >>> ___

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 ‘A < P’ 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

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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 ‘R < P’ as well as ‘S > Q’ be ‘’definitely true?

a) P &gt; Q = R ≤\leq≤ T &lt; S
b) S &gt; T ≥\geq≥ R &gt; Q &lt; P
c) Q &gt; R ≤\leq≤ T &gt; P ≥\geq≥ S
d) S &gt; T ≥\geq≥ 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, ‘Cinderella shouted for rescue’ is written as ‘pr co ly bu’
‘rescue all the bugs’ is written as ‘ke mt co rx
‘bugs ate all carrots’ is written as `vg rx ke sh’
‘carrots for pretty Cinderella’ is written as ‘ly pr vg as’
(All codes are two letter codes only)

Question 10: In the given code language, what does the code ‘pr’ stand for ?

a) either ‘bugs’ or ‘shouted’
b) rescue
c) either ‘Cinderella’ or ‘for’
d) for
e)pretty

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Answers & Solutions
1) Answer(B)
As per the rules given in Coded Inequalities section of Banking Concepts we get option b : S < R is true.

2) Answer(D)
(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-J÷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

3) Answer(A)
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 ÷ 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 ÷ M + W = D is the sister of M, who is the brother of W. => All are siblings and not cousins.
(B) : D + M ÷ 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 ÷ N × 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’.

5) Answer(E)
(A) : D ÷ M + W = D is the sister of M, who is the brother of W. => All are siblings and not cousins.
(B) : D + M ÷ 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 ÷ N × 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’.

6) Answer(B)
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.

7) Answer(E)
For the given condition ‘A < P’
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’.

8) Answer(B)
R > O = A > S < T
Definitely true :-
R > A, R > S, O >S

9) Answer(A)
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.

10) Answer(C)
The common word in the first two statements is ‘rescue’ coded as = ‘co’
The common word in first and last statements are ‘for’ and ‘Cinderella’ coded as = ‘pr’ or ‘ly’
=> Only word left in first statement is ‘shouted’ coded as = ‘bu’
The common words in second and third statements are ‘bugs’ and ‘all’ coded as = ‘ke’ or ‘rx’
=> Only word left in second statement is ‘the’ coded as = ‘mt’
The common word in last two statements is ‘carrots’ coded as = ‘vg’
=> Only word left in third statement is ‘ate’ coded as = ‘sh’
Similarly, Only word left in last statement is ‘pretty’ coded as = ‘as’
Thus, code ‘pr’ stands for = either ‘Cinderella’ or ‘for’

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