Practice Coded Inequalities Questions and Answers

Coded Inequalities

In the Reasoning section of many competitive exams, questions based on the topic of Inequalities are often assessed in majority of the banking/regulatory bodies/government exams like- SEBI Grade A, NABARD Grade A, SBI PO, SBI Clerk, IBPS PO/Clerk/SO, RBI Grade B, RBI Assistant, LIC AAO, SSC CGL, SSC CHSL and many more. In the Logical Reasoning section, inequalities are used to assess a person's ability to understand and manipulate mathematical concepts, as well as their logical reasoning skills. This topic is asked for at least 5 marks, and is quite scoring if prepared well.

There are two types of questions that are asked in the competitive exams:

  • Direct Questions, wherein, you will be given the elements and the relationship between them is depicted through the following signs-, =, etc. For example- A>B=C≤D
  • Coded Inequalities, where each particular sign is denoted by a symbol. For example- A@B, where @ means that A is neither greater than nor equal to B”. In this case, the “=” sign has been denoted with the “@” sign.

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