Inequalities MCQ 1 5%Question 1 of 201. Statements: A > B, B ≥ C, C < D Conclusions: I. A > C II. A = C Only I is true Only II is true Either I or II trueNeither I nor II is trueQuestion 1 of 20Question 2 of 202. Statement : P ≥ Q ≥ R = S ≥ T > U ≥ V = W < X Conclusion : I. P ≥ U II. P > UOnly Conclusion I followsConclusion II follows onlyBoth Conclusion I and II followsNone of the conclusion followsQuestion 2 of 20Question 3 of 203. Solve: f(x) = {(x – 1)×(2 – x)}/(x – 3) ≥ 0(-∞, 1] ∪ (2, ∞) (-∞, 1] ∪ (2, 3)(-∞, 1] ∪ (3, ∞)None of theseQuestion 3 of 20Question 4 of 204. Statement: M ≥ P < H, V > T = M Conclusions: I. V > P II. T ≥ HIf only conclusion I is trueIf only conclusion II is trueIf either conclusion I or II is trueIf neither conclusion I nor II is trueQuestion 4 of 20Question 5 of 205. Statements: P = E, Q ≥ P, V < Q Conclusions: I. Q ≤ E II. E > VOnly I is true Only II is true Either I or II true Neither I nor II is trueQuestion 5 of 20Question 6 of 206. Statement : P ≥ Q ≥ R = S ≥ T > U ≥ V = W < X Conclusion : I. T ≤ Q II. T < QOnly Conclusion I followsConclusion II follows onlyBoth Conclusion I and II followsNone of the conclusion followsQuestion 6 of 20Question 7 of 207. If x² = 4 then the value of x is -22-2, 2None of theseQuestion 7 of 20Question 8 of 208. Statements: A > B = C ≥ D, V ≥ G ≤ H = D Conclusion: I. C ≥ D II. A > H III. B ≥ G IV. C < VOnly I and II are trueOnly III and IV are trueOnly I, II and III are trueAll I, II, III and IV are trueQuestion 8 of 20Question 9 of 209. Statements: M # K, K % P, P $ R Conclusions: I. R $ M II. P % MOnly I is true Only II is true Either I or II true Neither I nor II is trueQuestion 9 of 20Question 10 of 2010. The solution of the 15 < 3(x – 2)/5 < 0 is27 < x < 2 27 < x < -2-27 < x < 2-27 < x < -2Question 10 of 20Question 11 of 2011. Statements: N $ B, B # D, D % C Conclusions: I. D $ N II. B % C Only I is true Only II is true Either I or II true Neither I nor II is trueQuestion 11 of 20Question 12 of 2012. Statement: P > Q > R, R< S >T, T=U>V Conclusion: I.R = V II. P > SConclusion I is the only true.Conclusion II is the only true.One of the conclusions I or II is true.None of the conclusions I or II is true.Question 12 of 20Question 13 of 2013. Solve: 1 ≤ |x – 1| ≤ 3 [-2, 0][2, 4][-2, 0] ∪ [2, 4]None of theseQuestion 13 of 20Question 14 of 2014. Statements: M ≤ N < L ≥ Q, R > T ≥ Q Conclusions: I. R ≥ L II. T ≤ N III. L > M IV. R ≥ MOnly III and IV are trueOnly III is trueOnly I and IV are trueAll I, II, III and IV are trueQuestion 14 of 20Question 15 of 2015. The region of the XOY-plane represented by the inequalities x ≥ 6, y ≥ 2, 2x + y ≤ 10 is unboundeda polygonnone of theseexterior of a triangleQuestion 15 of 20Question 16 of 2016. Statements : P © R, R # F, F @ T Conclusions : I. T © R II. F # Pif only conclusion I is trueif only conclusion II is trueif either conclusion I or II is trueif neither conclusion I nor II is trueQuestion 16 of 20Question 17 of 2017. Statements: W * X, X @ Y, Y % Z Conclusions: I. W % Y II. Z @ W Only Conclusion I is true.Either Conclusion I or II is true. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true. Both Conclusion I and II are true.Question 17 of 20Question 18 of 2018. Statement: M ≥ N< O ≤ P, S ≥ R>Q=P Conclusion: I. S ≥ M II. S < MConclusion I is the only true. Conclusion II is the only true.One of the conclusions I or II is true.Conclusion I and II both are true.Question 18 of 20Question 19 of 2019. The solution of the inequality |x – 1| < 2 is(1, ∞)(-1, 3)(1, -3) (∞, 1)Question 19 of 20Question 20 of 2020. Statements : L @ R, R % T, T # M Conclusions : I. M $ R II. T $ Lif only conclusion II is trueif either conclusion I or II is trueif neither conclusion I nor II is trueif both conclusions I and II are trueQuestion 20 of 20 Loading...