The IBPS PO notice has not been released till date. However, the exam date has been announced via the annual IBPS exam calendar. The Prelims exam will be held on 13th, 14th, 20th, and 21st October 2018. And the Mains exam will be held on 18th November 2018. Reasoning Ability comprises a major  Questions on Inequality are claimed to be one of the trickiest questions asked. In order to answer questions like this, you need to understand the trick well. Be it bank or government exams, questions on inequality are asked frequently and students find it tough to deal with those questions. How about preparing with Important Concept & Short Tricks on Inequality Questions in Reasoning PDF? The PDF will give you simple hacks on how to use shortcut tips and tricks to inequality questions for IBPS PO. In this PDF, we give you 25 important questions of Inequality which can be expected in the IBPS PO exam this year.

In order to make the topic / chapter easy for you, we are providing you all some Important Concepts & Short Tricks on Inequality in this PDF which will make it extremely easy for you to solve inequality questions.

When you go through Inequality questions for IBPS PO PDF, make sure that you are already aware of basics associated with this topic.

Inequality is a topic asked in almost every competitive exam. In every competitive exam, at least 5-6 questions can be expected from this topic. If you are slightly comfortable with elementary mathematics, this topic is an easy task for you. Practice with  IBPS PO mock test to get familiar with different question types.

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#### Symbols and Meanings in Inequalities

 Symbol What does it mean? Example > Greater than A > B → A is greater than B < Less than A < B → A is less than B ≥ Greater than or equal to A ≥ B → A is greater than or equal to B ≤ Less than or equal to A ≤ B → A is greater than or equal to B = Equal to A = B → A is equal to B

1. A relationship can be easily established between two elements if they have similar signs.

For e.g.

> B > C > D

Here we can draw a conclusion – A > D, B > D, A > C or D < A, D < B or C < A, C < B

2. A relationship cannot be easily established between two elements if they don’t have similar signs. In these cases, you have to put extra care seeking either-or cases type conclusions.

For e.g.

> B < C > D

Here relationship cannot be established between – A & C, A & D, B & D.

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