Inequalities

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Which of the following expression will not be true if the expression ‘P = Q < R = S’ is definitely true?
S > P
no
P < R
no
S > Q
no
P > S
yes
None of these
no
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Statements: P = N > D = G < B = J
Conclusions: 
I. G < P 
II. G < J
Only conclusion I follows.
no
Only conclusion II follows.
no
Either conclusion I or conclusions II follows.
no
Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.
no
Both conclusions I and II follow.
yes
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In which of the following expressions will the expression ‘L < R’ be definitely true?
L = M > N = R
no
L = M < N > R
no
L < M = N = R
yes
R = M = N < L
no
None of these
no
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Statements: Q = E < I > N = R = S

Conclusions: 
I. E = S 
II. S = N
Only conclusion I follows.
no
Only conclusion II follows.
yes
Either conclusion I or conclusions II follows.
no
Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.
no
Both conclusions I and II follow.
no
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In which of the following expressions does the expression ‘D > A’ does not hold true?
A < B = C = D
no
D = B > C = A
no
A = B = C < D
no
D = C = B > A
no
A > B = C = D
yes
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Statements: A > L = T < R = H > K

Conclusions: 
I. H > L 
II. K > T
Only conclusion I follows.
yes
Only conclusion II follows.
no
Either conclusion I or conclusions II follows.
no
Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.
no
Both conclusions I and II follow.
no
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Which of the following expressions will be true if the expression ‘H = G = K > F’ is definitely true?
K = H
yes
G = F
no
H =F
no
F = G
no
None of these
no
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