I got <= also. The way I did it:

The possible values for n are: -1,0,1,2,3

For each value of n calculated 4-n.

So, LHS (left hand side) for -1,0,1,2,3 can be respectively (5,4,3,2,1)

Now which symbol between LHS and RHS (right hand side) holds true? Since LHS is 5 or lesser, that means the symbol has to be LHS <= RHS

oops wrote:

Note this is not a DS question, but a PS question:

1. 4-n?6

2. 4-n?5

which of the following symbols should be substituted for ? to make both the above statements true for all integers n such that -2 < n <= 3

<=

<

=

>

>=

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1. from statement 1, -2?n. Since -2 < n, ? is <

2. from statement 2, -1?n. From this, the only thing that may be established is ? is <=

3. hence, it seems to me that none of the symbols will make both statements true

But OA is <=

How?

Not sure if I even understand this problem or approaching it correctly.

Thanks for any help.