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Overview - Inequality (in Hindi)
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This is an overview of the course .in this course we will cover inequality topic which is important for bank exam

Hemant Mishra is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Hemant Mishra
Cleared RRB Clerk , SBI Clerk pre, NTPC 2016, 1 year experience in software developing along with 5 year Experience in Teaching .

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mam...biology mai fingertips se question practice krna sahi rahega?
sir to do this type questions 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