# Practice Coded Inequalities Questions and Answers

## Coded Inequalities Question & Answer

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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