Inequality Reasoning Questions and Answers PDF [Inequalities Quiz]

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Important Question with Answer Inequality for IBPS PO

In Inequalities Questions, statement containing different inequality symbols such as Greater than (>), Less than (<), Equals to (=), Greater than or Equals to (≥), and Less than or Equals to (≤).

You have to decode these symbols and answer whether the given relationship of the elements in a statement is true or not. To answer such questions you need to know the basic rules of the mathematical inequalities.

Important Rules for Inequality Reasoning

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

Types of Inequalities questions

(1)Direct Inequality:

Direct inequality is the symbols that are directly given in the statement.

(2) Coded Inequality:

Coded Inequality is the coded symbols provided in the statement and they will give their signification to the inequality symbol.

Symbols used in Inequality

  • a < b means a is lesser than b
  • a ≤ b means a is less than or equal to b
  • a = b means a is equal to b
  • a ≥ b means a is greater than or equal to b
  • a > b means a is greater than b
  • a ≠ b means a isn’t equal to b

Properties of Inequalities

Property
Addition If a ≥ b, then a + c ≥ b + c If a ≤ b, then a + c ≤ b + c
Subtraction If a ≥ b, then a – c ≥ b – c If a ≤ b, then a – c ≤ b – c
Multiplication If a ≥ b, then ac ≥ bc, where c>0 If a ≤ b, then ac ≤ bc, where c>0
Division If a ≥ b, then a/c ≥ b/c, where c>0 If a ≤ b, then a/c ≤ b/c, where c>0
Transitivity If a ≥ b and b ≥ c then, a ≥ c If a ≤ b and b ≤ c then, a ≤ c
Inverse Additive If a ≥ b, then -a ≤ -b, if a>0, b>0 If a ≤ b, then -a ≥ -b, if a>0, b>0
Multiplicative If a ≥ b, then 1/a ≤ 1/b, if a>0, b>0 If a ≤ b, then 1/a ≥ 1/b, if a>0, b>0

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