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**About Inequality**

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.

### Rules to Crack Inequality Questions 2020

Here are a set of rules to be followed to attempt Inequality Questions correctly. Ensure to follow these rules and answer the questions easily.

#### Rule – 1

The combination of two Inequalities for common terms

Condition |
Relation or Conclusion |

A > B, B > C |
Relation – A > B > C Conclusion A > C or C < A |

A < B, B < C |
Relation – A < B < C Conclusion – A < C or C > A |

A ≥ B, B ≥ C |
Relation – A ≥ B ≥ C Conclusion – A ≥ C or C ≤ A |

#### Rule – 2

The combination of the two elements is not possible if they are not common terms.

Condition |
Relation or Conclusion |

A > B, C > B |
Relation – Cannot define specific relation between A and C. Conclusion – Both A and C are greater than B. |

B > A, D < B |
Relation – Cannot define specific relation between A and D. Conclusion – Both A and D are less than B. |

A ≥ B, B ≤ C |
Relation – Cannot define specific relation between A and C. Conclusion – Both A and C are greater than or equal to B. |

#### Rule – 3

The third important rule is, if the common term is greater than or “greater than or equal to” one and less than or ‘less than or equal to’ the other, the combination between two inequality can be established. **1. Condition 1** – A ≥ B, C < B.

- Here in the given elements, we can easily establish the combination.
- Here B is the common term which is related to the other two terms.
- So, the possible relations are – A ≥ B > C or C < B ≤ A

**Conclusion **– A > C or C < A. **2. Condition 2** – A ≥ B, B < C Here C is the common term, but we can not make a combination between the other elements of the given relation. **3. Condition 3** – A ≥ B, C ≥ A

- Here A is the common term than the other two elements.
- A is greater than and equal to B and less than and equal to C.
- So, the establishment of elements is possible with these three elements.

The possible relations between these three elements are – C ≥ A ≥ B or B ≤ A ≤ C **Conclusion **– C > A or B < C **4. Condition 4** – A ≥ B, A ≥ C

- From this condition, we cannot establish the combination in between given elements as the common term A is greater than both the remaining elements.

#### Rule – 4

- The common elements in which no relationship is established, cannot be combined
- This condition occurs in Complementary Pair (Either & or) cases.
- Let’s understand it with a perfect example –
- The statement is – A ≥ B, B ≤ C

**Conclusion**

- A ≥ C
- A < C

- The relationship can not be established in between A and C as per the given statement.
- You can only say that either A is greater than or equal to C or you can say A is less than C.
- So, you can only choose either condition in both the conclusion.

__Symbols and Meanings in Inequalities__

__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 |

**Inequality Questions and Answers for IBPS PO PDF download- Important Points**

**1. A relationship can be easily established between two elements if they have similar signs.** For e.g. A __>__ 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. A __>__ B < C __>__ D Here relationship cannot be established between – A & C, A & D, B & D. Start going through the Inequality Questions PDF provided in this post and gear up preparation for bank exams.

*Directions (1-5): In the following questions, the symbols $, @, %, & and # are used with the following meanings as illustrated below:***Q1.Statements**: W&P, P %G, G @ I, I # N

**Conclusions**: I. N%W II. N # W

**Q2.Statements: U @ D, D $ E, E % Y, Y& W**

**Conclusions:**I. U @ Y II. W %D

**Q3.Statements:**Z % N, N # K, K $ M, M @ R

**Conclusions:**I. M $ N II. M% N

**Q4.Statements:**V&D, D %T, K $ T, K # F

**Conclusions:**I. V% F II. V% K

**Q5.Statements**: S $ Q, Q @ B, B &K, K # W

**Conclusions:**I. W%K II. S @ B

*Directions (6-10): In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in thestatements. These statements are followed by two conclusions:***Q6. Statements:**A ≤ D < C ≥ B < E

**Q7. Statement**s: P > L ≤ M < N > Q

**Conclusion**:

**Q8. Statement**: S ≥ T = U < V ≥ X

**Conclusions**:

**Q9. Statement:**M ≤ N > O ≥ P = Q

**Conclusions**:

**Q10. Statement:**U ≤ V < W =X < Y

**Conclusions**:

*Directions (11-13): Read the statements carefully and answer the following questions.***Q11. In which of the following expressions will the expression ‘H < J’ be definitely true?**

**Q12. Which of the following expressions will be true if the expression ‘K ≥ L > M ≥ N’ is definitely true?**

**Q13. Which of the following expressions will be true if the expression ‘M ≥ K < T = Q’ is definitely true?**

*Directions (14-15): In each question, four statements showing relationship have been given, which are followed by three conclusions I, II and III. Assuming that the given statements are true, find out which conclusion(s) is/are definitely true.***Q14. Statements**: F ≥ M, M> A, R< A, E > R

**Conclusions:**I. M> E

**Q15. Statements:**A ≥ B, M >B, D< M, F =

**D**

**Conclusions:**I. B > D

### Inequality Questions Based on Algebra

1. Solve the inequality 7x+5/3x-5<5.

- (1/3, 0)
- (-∞, 1/3)∪(5/4, ∞)
- (1/3, 5/4)
- (-∞, 1/3)∪(5/4, 7)

2. Solve the inequality 3x-8/x+7>8

- -64/5, -7
- -7, 0
- -7, 7
- None of these

3. Solve the inequality 1/x+3≤11

- (-∞ -3) ∪ [-32/11, ∞)
- (-3, -32/11)
- (-3, 8)
- (-15, 0)

4. Solve the inequality 2x-1/x+3 > -5

- (-∞, -3) ∪ (-2, 0)
- (-3, -2)
- (-∞, 5)
- (-∞, -3) ∪ (-2, ∞)

5. ** **Solve |x + 7| < 11

- 0 < x < 4
- – 18 < x < 4
- x > 4
- -18 < x < 0

6. Solve |2x + 5| < 14

- 0 < x < 5
- -19/2 < x < 0
- -19/2 < x < 9/2
- 0 < x < 9/2

7. Solve |5x + 5| – 8 ≤ 17

- -5 ≤ x ≤ 5
- -5 ≤ x ≤ 4
- 0 ≤ x ≤ 4
- – 6 ≤ x ≤ 4

8. Solve the inequality (x+2)(x-7)/(x+3)^{2}≥0

- (-∞, -3) ∪ (-3, -2) ∪ (7, ∞)
- (-∞, -3) ∪ (7, ∞)
- (-3, -2)
- (7, ∞)

9. Solve the inequality (x + 4)^{2} (x – 3) < 0

- (3, ∞)
- (-4, 3)
- (-∞, -4) ∪ (-4, 3)
- (-∞, 3)

10. Solve the inequality 1/(x+3) ≤ 1/(2x+3)

- (-3, 2) ∪ (2, ∞)
- (-5/2), 3)
- (-∞, -5/2) ∪ (3, 7)
- (-∞, -3) ∪ (-5/2, -2)

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