Hi everyone today we have come up with a simple and easiest topic to score easy marks in any competitive exams that is Coded  Inequalities. Though it is very easy topic in reasoning without knowing proper rules anyone can find difficulties to solve these also. That is why our team came up with this post to clear your doubts in this subject.
In this session a statement/expression consists of a group of elements along with the relationship among them, which may be given in coded form. Before we start the discussing on the steps to be followed for solving these questions lets check the meaning of certain symbols first in below table (as we found some are having trouble in identifying symbols and their meanings).
In this session a statement/expression consists of a group of elements along with the relationship among them, which may be given in coded form. Before we start the discussing on the steps to be followed for solving these questions lets check the meaning of certain symbols first in below table (as we found some are having trouble in identifying symbols and their meanings).
S.No

Symbol

Meaning

1.

>

First element is Greater than Second element.

2.

<

First element is Smaller than Second element.

3.

=

First element is Equals to Second element.

4.

≥

First element is Greater than or Equals to Second element.

5.

≤

First element is Smaller than or Equals to Second element.

6.

≠

First element is either greater than or smaller than Second element.

Now we are clear about the meanings of different symbols. Check the below table for relationships gives Conclusions for the Statements.
S.No

Statement

Conclusion

1.

A>B>C

A>C

2.

A>B≥C
 
3.

A≥B>C
 
4.

A=B>C
 
5.

A>B=C
 
6.

A<B<C

A<C

7.

A<B≤C
 
8.

A≤B<C
 
9.

A=B<C
 
10.

A<B=C
 
11.

A≥B≥C

A≥C(Either A>C or A=C)

12.

A=B≥C
 
13.

A≥B=C
 
14.

A≤B≤C

A≤C(Either A<C or A=C)

15.

A=B≤C
 
16.

A≤B=C
 
17.

A<B>C

Either 1 or 2 follows if any of the following cases (a, b, c and d) are given as they form a complementary pair.
a) 1. A>C 2. A≤C
b) 1. A≥C 2. A<C
c) 1. A<C 2. A≥C
d) 1. A≤C 2. A>C

18.

A≤B>C
 
19.

A<B≥C
 
20.

A>B<C
 
21.

A>B≤C
 
22.

A≥B<C

The above might clear most of the doubts that raised so far in your brains, but knowing is not enough we have to apply it and practice to keep up with exam time pace. Soon we will come up with examples that might help you in exams keep updated here..... Also if you like it please hit like and share it...
Practice Tests:
Note: For Coded Inequalities Complete Rules Tips and Tricks with Sample Questions Explanation
Practice Tests:
Note: For Coded Inequalities Complete Rules Tips and Tricks with Sample Questions Explanation
good explanation.....
ReplyDeleteThank you... :D
Deletenice explanation good job
Deletesimple and helpful.thanx for explaining this.pls add some related questions
ReplyDeleteAlready posted so many questions... you can find them in Tests tab
Deleteif you didn't find them please comment here I will provide them to you...
can you please explain 1722 no statements.
ReplyDeleteHi Nishu
DeleteActually these conditions are very rare in Exams... Before they are considered as neither nor. I believe that as competition is growing these conditions are implemented to make exams a little tough.
Coming to explanation
If A < B > C is given statement and conclusion follows any of the 4 cases they they are Either or or else it is neither nor
Is this clears your doubt... If you do hit a like to it and suggest your friends about this blog
Thanks.. Syllogisms ki be short tricks plz
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Deleteanytime keerthana...
DeleteUsefull thanks
ReplyDeleteI'm Glad you found it useful Rajdeep...
DeleteIs there any direction related rule in inequality, my friend told me
ReplyDeleteI'm sorry I didn't heard of it before. Can you please send any relating material to our mail dreamjobadda@gmail.com if possible. I will verify it and reply you
DeleteHe has told me that if a> b> c then we can move from a to c but if a> b <c then we cannot move since the direction of symbols is different.........I m so much confused please help, what exactly the logic of inequalities for bank po
ReplyDeleteHi,
Deleteif a> b> c then it is obvious that a > c there is no moving like stuff in these...
Don't use unnecessary crazy techniques for these kind of easy questions (easy marks) it will take hardly 3 or 4 minutes to solve these questions in exams using this method. I also believe this is the most easiest method which not even take much of your time in learning.
There is only 1 month left for sbi po exam, I dnt know how to prepare:(
ReplyDeleteDon't worry... have you gone through any coaching or any exams before...
DeleteYes I have given sbi po previously but without any preparation.i am not taking any coaching
Deletethen you might have a basic idea about it and also the priority given to it by everyone.
DeleteAnyway just thought that you still got 1 month means 30 days
daily 6 hours (normally I won't suggest this much time)
take only two subjects your choice practice any topic but be perfect about it after that just spend 1 hour for GK or Computer or Marketing daily
In the next day change the combination but just refer the previous so that you might not forget them.
Repeat this for 15 days
Remaining 15 days take tests atleast one daily and practice them. Try to concentrate on accuracy than in number this will sure get you through.
Last but not least
never loose the Focus and be Confident and always hope for the best...
I know saying is saying but
Better late than never right
All the Very Best
Statementd>=b>c, ci, i=q>p
ReplyDeleteCon 1. C=p 2. D> f
Can you please explain this 4 me I think both statemdnts are wrong so neither 1 and 2 follows is the answer
Hi,
DeleteYou forgot to mention relation between C and I here
Statementd>=b>c, ci, i=q>p
ReplyDeleteCon 1. C=p 2. D> f
Can you please explain this 4 me I think both statemdnts are wrong so neither 1 and 2 follows is the answer
Hi,
DeleteIn your question there is no relation between C and I, also F is not given in question which you mentioned in Conclusion 2.
You cannot answer incomplete questions right.
please check the question again.
C I
DeleteOk you didn't understood what I said before, anyway I will assume different conditions myself and explain it... take conclusions as
Delete1. C = P 2. D > C (as you mentioned 'F' which is not in question so I took 'C')
1. if question is asked like this D ≥ B > C, C = I, I = Q > P then
only 2nd follows
2. if question is asked like this D ≥ B > C, C > I, I = Q > P then
only 2nd follows
3. if question is asked like this D ≥ B > C, C < I, I = Q > P then
only 2nd follows
Same for C ≥ I and C ≤ I conditions also
I hope this clears your confusion.
I dnt know whats happening.i am placing sign, s between c and I but its not showing every time.c is smaller than f and f is greater than I.question is not wrong
DeleteIt's ok so your question is like this one right
DeleteD ≥ B > C, C < F > I, I = Q > P
Cons:
1. C = P 2. D > F
Both 1 and 2 do not follows
Thnk u so much
DeleteA> b =d<=e
DeleteConclusion 1. A> c
2. A <=c
3. A> m
4. A <=m
Please tell me the correct answer
U r website is great.really.i get quick replies from u.thnks a lot
DeleteI'm so glad that you found this useful thanks to you too
DeleteI believe your question got typing mistake again please use symbols from the post above
DeleteA> b < c > = d < = e.........this is statement and conclusions are correct
DeleteHi mam,
ReplyDeleteI want to know that in syllogism which method is best......venn diagram or aeio method
Hi,
DeleteActually Venn model is very easy to solve for normal statements like All, Some
but if there are No and Possibility then it will take more time comparing to solve through these rules
so
Use Venn model for normal statements
and Above Rules for No and Possibilities.
I really appreciate your hard work. Clean and Superb Explanation. I searched so many books for my doubts in coded inequalities now I got clear all my doubts. Thank very very much keep posting and GOD BLESS YOU.
ReplyDeleteHi Sathish,
DeleteI'm so happy that my posts are in handy for you. Thank you for your warm Hearted Blessings and All the Very best to your Successful Future.
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ReplyDeleteMam if the statement is only A≥B=C and the conclusion is given only A=C then will it be correct or wrong
ReplyDeleteHi Aditya,
DeleteIt is not correct
if they have given 2 conclusions like A > C and A = C then it is Either or case
if they have given A ≥ C then it is correct
but if they have given only A > C or A = C then it is wrong.
I think if in conclusion A ≥ C and A <C then only either condition follows????
DeleteNo. Since A ≥ C is given no need to consider the other one just first is enough to answer
DeleteHi mam,
ReplyDeleteIf ASKED is written as 45211 then what is code of EIGHT
E=5, I=9, G=7, H=8,T=20
Deleteso the answer will be any shuffled form of 28795
(here they have only first digit of two digit number like 20 taken as 2 or 11 taken as 1 etc)
But mam why the code of K is 2, since they are taking first digit so it should be 1 for K......please tell me I m confused
DeleteHere code is shuffled not arranged in order that's why I mentioned 'Shuffled' in previous comment.
DeleteExplanation:
DeleteA S K E D
1 19 11 5 4
(1+9=10) (1+1=2)
1 1 2 5 4
And, this number 11254 when reversed, we get 45211.
Similarly, EIGHT will be solved.
E I G H T
5 9 7 8 20
(2+0=2)
5 9 7 8 2
So, here the number 59782 when reversed becomes 28795.
Hope this explanation is intelligible.
If A≥B C.......to kya isme either condition lagegi
ReplyDelete1. Statement : No toy is a doll. All guns are boys.All houses are dolls. All dolls are baskets.
ReplyDeleteConclusions:
1) All baskets are toys.
2) No gun is a house.
3) All guns being baskets is a possibility.
4) All houses are baskets.
5) No doll is a gun.
Which one is definately false
Mam can u explain the above syllogs question with both methods
ReplyDeleteMam due to your concept my doubt is cleared ....thanks a lot
ReplyDeleteThanks a lot mam
ReplyDeleteYou are welcome Devindra
DeleteThanks a lot mam
DeleteYou have cleared my doubt of syllolism...
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How should i start to study for rbi.... actually mam i m already working in syndicate bank as a clerk.... and i have planned for rbi only... is there any books specially for rbi...plz give me the propet suggestion mam
DeleteActually it is not different from other tests but the issue is very less number of vacancies which is why you have to score high.
DeleteAs you already working as clerk in a bank, you will have an advantage of banking awareness and current affairs so you don't have to worry about this.
You should practice Reasoning and Quants to hike the score (syllabus is same)
Most of the people are having trouble with English I hope you are not like that (if you are, concentrate more on Blanks, cloze test, corrections etc if passage is story then go for it otherwise leave it)
Finally as always Practice Practice it is the only way to get success...
All the very best for your career.
Thanks for excellent solution.....u r correct mam....i have to practice more and more that i m doing....
Deletehey nw a days in some online test there are some different types questions which i cnt get , will u help me to giving idea to solve those questions eqn is written and after thar all are cut
ReplyDeleteHi Akayastha,
DeleteI didn't get you.
Can you be more specific about your doubt...
t=v=w
ReplyDeletei) t>w ii) w>=t
please solve this and explain
Hi Laeniya,
DeleteI think question is not complete, could you please post complete question and options so that I can explain it to you.
Use the above symbols from my post in your comment as they are not available on keyboard to type
Superb Explanation .... Keep Going ,,,,,
ReplyDeleteThank You Karthik...
DeleteIf, statement is
ReplyDeleteA>BD=E>FID
ii) A<D
Again,
i) A<G
ii) A≥G
So, conclude it fast and reply too.
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DeleteOK
DeleteC)
ReplyDeleteEither 1 or 2 follows(1. A>C 2. A≤C) is marked wrong and right answer is marked asno conclusions? plz help>
and great website..thanks
please mention your questions and options clearly again...
Deleteif the question contains A is neither greater than nor equal to B...which symbol is to take?
ReplyDeleteYou have to take less than symbol hemanth
DeleteI DONT KNOW HOW TO USE THIS TABLE IN SOLVING CODED INEQUALITIY :(
ReplyDeleteIF MY QUESTION IS
A>=B=C ; BA
E<C
HOW SHOULD I USE THIS TABLE TO SOLVE THIS QUESTION?
Ma'm if statements are given as
ReplyDeleteQ=Z,C>=G,G>=Q,Q>=R,J>=C
conclusions are
1) G>=Z
2) C>=R
Which one is correct?
1) only conclusion 1 follows
2) only conclusion 2 follows
3) either conclusion 1 or 2 follows
4) neither conclusion 1 or 2 follows
5) both conclusions 1 and 2 follow
Hi Manish,
Deleteit is opt 5
1) G ≥ Q = Z so G ≥ Z
2) C ≥ G ≥ Q ≥ R so C ≥ R
Ma'm if statements are given as
ReplyDeleteQ=Z,C>=G,G>=Q,Q>=R,J>=C
conclusions
1)G>=Z
2) C>=R
which one is correct?
1) only conclusion1 follows
2) only conclusion2 follows
3) either conclusion 1 or2 follows
4) neither conclusion1 or 2 follows
5) both conclusions 1 and 2 follow
Ma'm I dont understand eg 17 to 22.
ReplyDeleteCan u plz explain smtng abt it
What will be the case for neither nor ?
ReplyDeleteLove the explanation
ReplyDelete