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Following quiz provides Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) related to **Inequality**. You will have to read all the given answers and click over the correct answer. If you are not sure about the answer then you can check the answer using **Show Answer** button. You can use **Next Quiz** button to check new set of questions in the quiz.

In this question, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions.

Q 1 - Statements: C>D<U≥V = N≥X>Z

Conclusions:

I. U>X

II. U = X

Give answer if:

A - If only conclusion I is valid.

B - If only conclusion II is valid.

C - If either conclusion I or II is valid.

Any of the conclusions can be correct.

In this question, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions.

Q 2 - Statements: B≤Y≤M = J, Y = T

Conclusions:

I. M>T

II. B = T

Give answer if:

A - If only conclusion I is valid.

B - If only conclusion II is valid.

C - If either conclusion I or II is valid.

None of the given options are valid, hence option D is correct.

In this question, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions.

Q 3 - Statements: V≥M≥Q>L, V>U = W

Conclusions:

I. L<V

II. M>W

Give answer if:

A - If only conclusion I is valid.

B - If only conclusion II is valid.

C - If either conclusion I or II is valid.

Only conclusion I is valid. L is shorter than V. Hence option A.

In the following question some symbols are used with the letters having the following meanings as illustrated below:

A&B indicates that A is neither higher than nor equal to B

A%B indicates that A is not higher than B

A8B indicates that A is neither shorter than nor equal to B

A$B indicates that A is neither shorter nor higher than B

A@B indicates that A is not shorter than B

Now, in the following question, assuming the given statements to be valid, find out which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is /are definitely valid.

Q 4 - Statements: Q@T, T8R, Q%V

Conclusions:

I. V$R

II. Q8R

Give answer if:

A - If only conclusion I is valid.

B - If only conclusion II is valid.

C - If either conclusion I or II is valid.

Here only Q is higher than R. Hence option B is correct.

Q 5 - Statements: A<K<L<N, V>U

Conclusions:

I. A<U

II. N>U

Give answer if:

A - If only conclusion I is valid.

B - If only conclusion II is valid.

C - If either conclusion I or II is valid.

Only II conclusion is correct because we can see that N is higher than U. Hence option B is correct.

Q 6 - Statements: J>Q≥L, D<F = L

Conclusions:

I. J≥F

II. Q≥D

Give answer if:

A - If only conclusion I is valid.

B - If only conclusion II is valid.

C - If either conclusion I or II is valid.

Both the conclusions are correct.

In the following question, some symbols are used with the letters having the following meanings as illustrated below:

M×N suggests that M is not higher than N

M∼N suggests that M is neither shorter than nor equal to N

M&N suggests that M is neither higher than nor equal to N

M()N suggests that M is neither shorter nor higher tha

M#N suggests that M is not shorter than N

In the following question, assuming the given statements to be valid, find out which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is /are definitely valid.

Q 7 - Statements: A()L, L∼P, P#Q, Q#T

Conclusions:

I. A∼P

II. P#T

Give answer:

A - If only conclusion I is valid.

B - If only conclusion II is valid.

C - If either conclusion I or II is valid.

Both the conclusions are valid, hence option E is correct.

In the following question, some symbols are used with the letters having the following meanings as illustrated below:

M×N suggests that M is not higher than N

M∼N suggests that M is neither shorter than nor equal to N

M&N suggests that M is neither higher than nor equal to N

M()N suggests that M is neither shorter nor higher tha

M#N suggests that M is not shorter than N

In the following question, assuming the given statements to be valid, find out which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is /are definitely valid.

Q 8 - Statements: K#T, T∼C, K×Q

Conclusions:

I. Q()T

II. Q∼T

Give answer:

A - If only conclusion I is valid.

B - If only conclusion II is valid.

C - If either conclusion I or II is valid.

Here either Q is higher than or equal to T. Hence option C is chosen.

In the following question, some symbols are used with the letters having the following meanings as illustrated below:

Y\Z suggests that Y is not higher than Z

Y+Z suggests that Y is neither shorter than nor equal to Z

Y-Z suggests that Y is neither higher than nor equal to Z

Y∗Z suggests that Y is neither shorter nor higher than Z

Y = Z suggests that Y is not shorter than Z

In the following question, assuming the given statements to be valid, find out which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is /are definitely valid.

Q 9 - Statements: W+L, L-U, U∗H

Conclusions:

I. H = W

II. H = L

Give answer:

A - If only conclusion I is valid.

B - If only conclusion II is valid.

C - If either conclusion I or II is valid.

Neither H is higher than or equal to W nor H is higher than or equal to L. Hence option D is correct.

Y\Z suggests that Y is not higher than Z

Y+Z suggests that Y is neither shorter than nor equal to Z

Y-Z suggests that Y is neither higher than nor equal to Z

Y∗Z suggests that Y is neither shorter nor higher than Z

Y = Z suggests that Y is not shorter than Z

Q 10 - Statements: D+Q, Q-G, G∗L

Conclusions:

I. L = D

II. L = Q

Give answer:

A - If only conclusion I is valid.

B - If only conclusion II is valid.

C - If either conclusion I or II is valid.

Neither L is higher than or equal to D nor L is higher than or equal to Q. Hence option D is correct.

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