**1. Statements: P≥Q; R>M; P≥O; Q≥R; N=Q****Conclusions: **

I. R > O

II. O > Q

III. Q > M IV. N > P

A. Only I is true

B. Only II is true C. Either I or II true

D. Neither I nor II is true

E. III is true

**2. Statements: A≥B; C=B; E>F; A≤D; B≥F****Conclusions: **

I. C < E

II. D ≥ B

III. A ≥ F

IV. E > D

A. Only II is true

B. Only III is true

C. Either I or II true

D. II and III are true

E. I and II are true**3. Statements: P>Q; S≥U; Q≤T; R=S; R<T****Conclusions: **

I. P ≥ U

II. U < T

III. S ≤ P

IV. P < T

A. Only I is true

B. Only II is true

C. Either I or II true

D.Neither I nor II is true

E. III and IV are true

**4. Statements: A= B; C ≤ D; E > C; B < D****Conclusions: **

I. D < B

II. D > E

III. A > E

IV. A > C

A. None is true

B. II is true

C. I and II are true

D. II and III are true

E. IV is true

**5. Statements: Q≥P; R=S; U<T; Q< R; Q<V; S≥T****Conclusions: **

I. S < U

II. P > R

III. T < V

IV. P < R

A. I is true

B. IVis true

C. III is true

D. All are true

E. None

*II. (6-10) In the following Questions, $, *,%, @ and © are used with the following meaning as illustrated below*

� A * B means A is not greater than B

� A @ B means A is neither greater than nor equal to B

� A © B means A is not smaller than B

� A % B means A is neither smaller than nor greater than B

� A $ B means A is neither smaller than nor equal to B

**6. Statement: X * W,W @ Z , Z % Y****Conclusion: ****I.Y $ W ****II.Z $ W ****III.X © Y**

1. Only I is true

2. II is true

3. I and II are true

4. I and III are true

5. None

**7. Statement: D $ E, E © C, C @ A****Conclusion: ****I.C*D ****II. A $ E ****III. A $ D**

1. I is true

2. II is true

3. I and II are true

4. I and III are true

5. None

**8. Statement: M @ O, O % P, P © N****Conclusion: ****I. P © M ****II. N @ O ****III. N % O**

1. I is true

2. Ony II is true

3. II and III are true

4. Either II or III is true

5.None is true

**9. Statement: A © C, C $ B, B % E****Conclusion: ****I. E @ C ****II. B @ A ****III. A © E**

1. I is true

2. II is true

3. I and II are true

4. I and III are true

5. None**10. Statement: P © S, S $ R, R * Q****Conclusion: ****I. Q $ S ****II. R @ P ****III. R % P**

1. I is true

2. II is true

3. I and II are true

4. Either II or III is true

5. All are true

*III. Direction (11-15): Study the following information to answer the given questions**� P $ Q means P is not smaller than Q**� P@Q means P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q**� P#Q means P is neither greater than nor equal to Q**� P&Q means P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q**� P*Q means P is not greater than Q*

**11. Statements: A & I, I $ C, C # K, K * M****Conclusions: ****I. M # C ****II. C # M****III. K & M ****IV. K # M**

A. I is true

B. III is true C. IV is true

D. Either III or IV is true

E. Either III or IV and II are true**12. Statements: S * P, P $ L, L # Q, Q @ K****Conclusions: ****I. K # L ****II. P @ Q****III. S # Q ****IV. P @ K**

A. None is true

B. I is true

C. II is true

D. III is true

E. IV is true**13. Statements: W @ J, J # P, P & A, A * Q****Conclusions: ****I. Q $ P ****II. A @ J****III. W @ Q ****IV. J @ Q**

A. I, II and III are true

B. I, II are true

C. I, III are true

D. I, III and IV are true

E. All are true**14. Statements: A # S, S * L, L @ E, E $ B****Conclusions: ****I. B # S ****II. B @ L****III. S # E ****IV. L @ A**

A. None is true

B. I is true

C. II is true

D. III is true

E. IV is true**15. Statements: L $ M, M @ K, K * U, U # Y****Conclusions: ****I. Y @ K ****II. M $ L****III. M @ Y ****IV. M @ U**

A. None is true

B. I is true C. II is true

D. III is true

E. IV is true

*IV. (16-20) 16. In which of these expressions ‘S > V’ be definitely false?**A. S>P≥Q = G≥R>V **B. P<A≤S≤T; V≥O>T**C. V≤A≤L = R<S **D. S>C> = F≤H; V<F**E. S>T = O≥P; V<J = P***17. Which of the following symbols should be placedin the blank spaces respectively (in the same order from left to right) in order to complete the given expression in such a manner that both ‘D>S’ as well as ‘E≤B’ definitely holds true? ****B _ A _ S _ E _ D**

A. >, ≥, <, = B. >, >, ≥, <

C. ≥, ≥, ≥,≤ D. ≥, =, ≥,<

E. Other than those given as options**18. InWhich of the following expressions does the expression ‘L=T’ to definitely hold true?**

A. K ≥ L ≤ R=P < S ≤ T

B. U≥T≥M=F≤A≥L

C. L≥C>Q≥B=N≤ T

D. G≥L=A<B≤S≤T

E. T≥E=G≥W=Y≥L

**19. Which of the following expressions is true if the expression P<T<=Q>S> M>= W is definitely true?**

A. W ≤ P

B. S < P

C. M > P

D. W < Q

E. T ≤ M**20. Statements: Y≤K<D=S; D<V<O; G≥D<Q****Conclusions: ****i. G > V, ****ii. Y < Q**

A. I is true

B. II is true

C. Either I or II true

D. Neither I nor II is true

E. I and II are true

*V. Direction Q (21-25) **� P@Q – P is neither greater than nor equal to Q**� P%Q – P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q**� P#Q – P is not greater than Q**� P$Q – P is not smaller than Q**� P*Q –P is neither smaller than nor greater than Q***21. Statements: -A@B, B%C, C*D, D$E****Conclusions: –****1) B%E ****2) A%E**

a) Only conclusion one follows

b) Only conclusion second follows

c) Either conclusion one or two follows

d) Neither conclusion one nor second follow

e) Both conclusion one and two follows**22. Statements: -A%B, B*C, C#D, D*E****Conclusions: –****1) A%C ****2) E$B**

a) Only conclusion one follows

b) Only conclusion second follows

c) Either conclusion one or two follows

d) Neither conclusion one nor second follow

e) Both conclusion one and two follows**23. Statements: -A*B, B$C, C#D, D@E****Conclusions: –****1) E*A ****2) C%A**

a) Only conclusion one follows

b) Only conclusion second follows

c) Either conclusion one or two follows

d) Neither conclusion one nor second follow

e) Both conclusion one and two follows

**24. Statements: – A$B, B$C, C*D, D@E****Conclusions: –****1) A$E ****2) E%C**

a) Only conclusion one follows

b) Only conclusion second follows

c) Either conclusion one or two follows

d) Neither conclusion one nor second follow

e) Both conclusion one and two follows**25. Statements: – A%E, E@C, C%B, B*D****Conclusions: – ****1) C%D ****2) B@A**

a) Only conclusion one follows

b) Only conclusion second follows

c) Either conclusion one or two follows

d) Neither conclusion one nor second follow

e) Both conclusion one and two follows

__VI) Direction: Q(26-30) ____� P & Q – P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q____� P@Q – P is neither greater than nor equal to Q____� P*Q – P is not smaller than Q____� P$Q – P is not greater than Q____� P%Q – P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q__

**26. Statements: – A*B, B$C, C%D, D&E****Conclusions: – ****a) A&C****b) D&B**

1) Only conclusion 1 follows

2) Only conclusion 2 follows

3) Either 1 or 2 follow

4) Both follow

5) Neither conclusion 1 nor 2 follow**27. Statements: A@B, B$C, C*D, D%E****Conclusions: ****a) A&D ****b) C&A**

1) Only conclusion 1 follows

2) Only conclusion 2 follows

3) Either 1 or 2 follow

4) Both follow

5) Neither conclusion 1 nor 2 follow

28. Statements: A%B, B*C, C@D, D&E

Conclusions:

a) C*A

b) B@E

1) Only conclusion 1 follows

2) Only conclusion 2 followsy

3) Either 1 or 2 follow

4) Both follow

5) Neither conclusion 1 nor 2 follow**29. Statements: M*N, N%O, O%A, A&B****Conclusions: ****a) M&B ****b) N$A**

1) Only conclusion 1 follows

2) Only conclusion 2 follows

3) Either 1 or 2 follow

4) Both follow

5) Neither conclusion 1 nor 2 follow**30. Statements: A@B, B%C, C*D, D%E****Conclusions: ****a) A&E ****b) B*D**

1) Only conclusion 1 follows

2) Only conclusion 2 follows

3) Either 1 or 2 follow

4) Both follow

5) Neither conclusion 1 nor

2 follow

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