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Coded Inequality Magic Box Trick (in Hindi)
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Magic Box trick basics for coded inequality

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Ankush Lamba
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1. Interest 40% 2. Material availability 25% 3. Time in hand 20% 4. Tests available 10% 5. Misc 5 % Regarding pol sci i will come up with a video.
Bina pen ya cursor ke kuch smjhme he nh aa rha ap Kahan pr kya smjha rhn hn.....
its really helpful sir
thanku so much sir sare doubts clr ho gae
given data (@ >=), (₹ <=), (# >), (* <), (% =) question- K#L, J#K, I#K, L*M, M*N conclusions-J@N J*N SIR PLZ SOLVE THIS QUESTION BY YOUR METHOD
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Nimisha sinha
9 months ago
either or
Gurleen Kaur
6 months ago
either or
Directions (Q. 289-294): In the following questions, the symbols +, -, ×, ÷, @ and © are used with the following meanings: P + Q means Q is not smaller than P. P- Q means Q is neither greater than nor smaller than P. P × Q means Q is not greater than P. P ÷ Q means Q is neither smaller than nor equal to P. P@ Q means Q is neither greater than nor equal to P. P © Q means Q is not equal to P. Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclu- sions I and II given below them is/are definitely true. Give answer 1) if only conclusion I is true; 2) if only conclusion II is true; 3) if either I or II is true; 4) if neither I nor II is true; and 5) if both I and II are true. 289. Statements: A × B, R + G, L©G, B@L Conclusions: I. A@R II. A ÷ R 290. Statements: M÷T, T©L, B×L, R@B Conclusions: I. L@T II. L÷T 291. Statements: R©P, P©T, S+T, S@K Conclusions: I. R-T II. R©T 292. Statements: M©N, N-K, K©S, G÷N Conclusions:I. M©K II. M©S 293. Statements: T+U, W×U, G©S, P©S Conclusions: I. W×T II. G-P 294. Statements: N@T, T-M, M-Z, K+Z Conclusions: I. N×K II. K+T can you expalain this
Kalyani Kotkar
a year ago
equal to k sign 2 h yaha
its not equaland eql to both sogns
Gurleen Kaur
6 months ago
plz correct me if i am wrong what my answers are 289 either or 290 ither or 291 only second 292 only second 293 only first 295 only second
  1. Ankush Lamba B.Tech. CSE HOBBIES- SOLVING PUZZLES COOKING



  2. ASB means A is not smallerthan B" 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 neither smaller than nor equal to B" A#B means "A is neither smaller nor greater than B" 2 3 3 2.


  3. ASB means A is not smallerthan B" 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 neither smaller than nor equal to B" A#B means "A is neither smaller nor greater than B" 2 3 12


  4. ASB means A is not smaller than B" 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 neither smaller than nor equal to B', A#B means "A is neither smaller nor greater than B' 2 3 2


  5. ASB means A is not smallerthan B" 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 neither smaller than nor equal to B" A#B means "A is neither smaller nor greater than B" 7.


  6. ASB means A is not smallerthan B" 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 neither smaller than nor equal to B" A#B means "A is neither smaller nor greater than B" 7.


  7. THANK-YOU