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**Answer key for SBI PO Exam Practice Set**

**Explaination of some answers is mentioned below**

**31.**

Using the codes given in the table: 3^6&5 WPSRL

Ans. (e)

**32.**

Using condition (i); 7$81% NZTBN

Ans. (d)

**33.**

Using codes given in the table: 4#9*8 ODKYT

Ans. (c)

**34.**

Using condition (i); 3@29$ ZEXKZ

Ans. (b)

**35.**

Using condition (iii); ^1#5* QBDLQ

Ans. (a)

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P @ Q means “P is not smaller than Q”. P ≮ Q ⇒ P ≥ Q

P # Q means “P is not greater than Q”. P ≯ Q ⇒ P ≤ Q

P $ Q means “P is neither greater than nor equal to Q”. P ≱ Q ⇒ P < Q

P © Q means “P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q”. P ≰ Q ⇒ P > Q

P % Q means “P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q”. P = Q

**36.**

A @ B, B © C, C # D A ≥ B > C ≤ D:

Conclusions:

(i) holds true: A > C

(ii) may or may not be true

Ans. (a)

**37.**

A © B, B % C, C $ D A > B = C < D

Conclusions:

(i) holds true: A > C

(ii) holds true: B < D

Ans. (e)

**38.**

A @ B, B @ C, C # D A ≥ B≥ C ≤ D:

Conclusions: A ≥ C. Thus, either of the conclusions I or II is true.

Ans. (c)

**39.**

A $ B, B # C, C % D A < B ≤C = D

Conclusions:

(i) does not hold true: B≤ D

(ii) does not hold true: A < C

Ans. (d)

**40.**

A $ B, B @ C, C # D A < B ≥ C≤ D

Conclusions:

(i) does not hold true

(ii) does not hold true

Ans. (d)