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Study Notes: Inequality For Bank PO

Inequalities is one of the topics where you can get full marks very easily. It is a common topic for all competitive exams. We can expect 3 to 5 questions of Inequality in Exam(IBPS PO/ IBPS Clerk/ RRB PO/ RRB Clerk).

Before discussing details for solving Inequalities questions, lets check the meaning of certain symbols in below table:–
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To check the different relationship, we are presenting some different statement and conclusions in below table. From given below table you will get clear concept of relationship between two letters.
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Priority of Symbols :–
1. >  ≥ =
For ex- If    A>K≥M=O
               Then, A> M and T>O
2. <  ≤ =
For ex- If    P<X≤V=Y
              Then, P<Y and P<V
3. >  < (No relation)
For ex- If Q>K<L
Then there will be no relation between Q and L.
4. >  ≤ (No relation)
For ex- If O>J≤H
Then there will be no relation between O and H.
5. <  > (No relation)
For ex- If F<E>Q
Then there will be no relation between F and Q.
6. <  ≥ (No relation)
For ex- If D<S≥Z
Then there will be no relation between D and Z.
Either- or case :¬– In equality it is very important condition. Mostly students make mistakes in this condition. For clear concept we are giving example of “either-or”
1st condition for “either-or” is both conclusions should be wrong.
2nd condition is that variables of both conclusions should be same. 
Eg. :– 
1. Statement:  P≥Q=R
Conclusion: (a) P > R (b) P = R 
      (false)      (false)
In above example, relation between A and C is A≥C. But both the conclusions are wrong and both have same variables. And by combining both conclusions you will get the actual relation between A and C which comes from statement. 
2. Statement: P=Q≥R≥S=T
     Conclusion I:  (a)P>T                      (b)P=T
From the above statement it is clear that P is either  equals to T or P is greater than T ,So individually both the conclusions are wrong but by combining them we will get that P is either greater than or equals to T (P≥T).
Conclusion II: (a) Q>S                           (b) Q=S
Similarly from the above statement for conclusion II we can see that there is an either / or case between Q and S, So Q either will be greater than or equals to S. 
Complicated case of “Either-or” :–
Statement:  H≥M≤V=K
Conclusions: (1) H<K (2) H≥K
          (false) (false)
In the above statement we cannot find the relation between H and K. There may be three possibilities of relation between H and K.
i.e. (a) H>K (b) H<K (c) H=K
And we are getting all possibilities by combining both conclusions. So, this is also one case of “Either-or”.
Statement: F<T≤N,F>S,M≤T<G
Conclusions: I.M≥S        II. S>M
In the above question by combining the statements together we get   S<F<T≥M. So we cannot find the relation between M and S. As there can be three possible cases: M is either greater, lesser or equals to S. In conclusions I and II we can find all the three possible cases so the answer will be either conclusion I or II follow.   
Statement: L≥K<E≥A>F≥B
Conclusions: I.L<B             II.B≤L
                             
This is another example showing that no direct relation is found between B and L and all the three possible conditions as L>B, L<B or L=B can be there. So the answer will be either conclusion I or II follow.   








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