**Directions (Q. 1-5): Read each statement carefully and answer the following questions:**

*1. Which of the following expression will be true if the expression- A < C <= R = M <= P > B < N is definitely true?*
1) P >= N

2) M >= A

3) A < M

4) C <= B

5) None of these

*2. Which of the following symbols should replace the question mark (?) in the given expression in order to make the expressions P > C as will as X > F definitely true?*

**X >= B = P ? D = F > C >= L**

1) <

2) <=

3) >

4) Either < or =

5) None of these

*3. Which of the following symbol 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 R > E definitely true and B >= E definitely false-***P _ R _ O _ B _ L _ E _ M**

1) >, < , >=, >=, >= , <

2) >, = <, >=, >=, <

3) >, >, >=, >=, =, <

4) >=, >=, >=, >, >=, <

5) None of these

*4. Which of the following expression will be true if the expression A = E <= B < C <= N = T is definitely true?*
1) C >= A

2) B < T

3) B <= T

4) E <= N

5) Either 2) or 3)

*5. Which of the following symbols 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 U <= T & O >= M definitely false?***M _ O _ U _ N _ T**

1) <=,=,<=,<=

2) <=, =, =, <=

3) <, =, <=, <

4) <=, >, <=, =

5) None of these

**Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the following information and answer the following questions:**

*There are 7 bidder- P, Q, R, S, T, U and W - in a Auction. Each of them has a different favourite things, viz. Painting, Book, Furniture, Music Instrument, Chandelier, Idols and carpets. Each of the bidder bids different price for his favourite thing. R has bids second highest bid and neither Painting nor Music-instrument is his favourite thing. T bids the least price and neither Idol nor Book is his favourite thing. The favourite thing of S is furniture and he bids more price than the price of Q and W but less than the price of P. The favourite thing of Q is Chandelier and his price is more then the price of T but less than the price of W. The favourite thing of P is carpet and he has not bid the highest price. The bidder whose favourite thing is Music instrument bet the highest price. The favourite thing of R is not book.***6. Which is the favourite thing of T?**

1) Book

2) Painting

3) Chandelier

4) Data inadequate

5) None of these

**7. Who bid second lowest price?**

1) W

2) S

3) R

4) U

5) None of these

**8. Music Instrument is the favourite thing of-**

1) R

2) P

3) W

4) U

5) None of these

**9. What is the favourite thing of W?**

1) Book

2) Idols

3) Furniture

4) Either Book or Idol

5) None of these

**10. When all the seven bidders are arranged according to their price in the favourite thing in which position is P from top?**

1) First

2) fourth

3) Third

4) Data inadequate

5) None of these

Answers:

1. 3

Given expression; A < C <= R = M <= P > B < N

We can’t compare P and N and C and B. Hence option 1 & 4 do not follow. But A ? M or M ? A is not true.

Hence, option 2 do not follow

Now, again A < M is true. Hence option 3 is true.

2. 3

We put ‘>’ in place question mark (?) in the given expression.

We have

x >= B = P > D = F > C ? L

Thus, P > C and X > F are definitely true.

3. 4

Check the option one by one

1) P > R < O >= B >= L >= E < M

This leads to B >= E. Hence, does not follow

2) P > R = O < B >= L >= E < M

This leads to B >= E. Hence, does not follow

3) P > R > O >= B >= L = E < M

Thus R and E can’t be compared. Hence does not follow

4) P >= R >= O >= B > L >= E < M

Thus, R > E is definitely true. B > E so, B >= E is definitely false.

4. 2

Given exspression: A = E <= B < C <= N = T

Thus C < A, Hence C ? A is not true.

Now, B < T holds true. Hence, option (2) is true. But B

<= T is not. Hence, option 3 is not true.

Now, again E < N. Hence, option 4 is not true.

5. 3

Option 1) M <= O = U <= N <= T

So, U <= T and O >= M is true.

Option 2) M <= O = U = N <= T

So, O <= M and U <= T is true

Option 3) M < O = U <= N < T

So, M < O is true. It means O >= M is not true.

Again T > U is True, U <= T is not True

Option 4) M <= O > U <= N = T

So, M < O or O < M is true. Again U <= T is true.

6. 2

7. 5

8. 4

9. 1

10. 3

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