Is this sentence correct? "The results weren't informed us."
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No. Some other ways to say what you mean are "Nobody informed us of the results" and "We weren't informed of the results". The noun phrase "the results" is not an object of "informed". Not even indirect object. So the sentence in the OP is not grammatical.
"The results weren't informed us."
You can indeed use 'inform' in the Passive voice and, according to a Cobuild Grammar reference it is more often used in the Passive in a past context. But here you are using what might be called Passive with Ditransitive. Swapping 'inform' with a number of others choices ("The results were given us") would be very informal.
"We weren't informed of the results." is a more common wording in the Passive.
(sorry https://english.stackexchange.com/users/318905/yasaman-semnani I don't yet have the 'reputation' points to address your question.)