IBPS PO (CWE) Reasoning MCQs : Test 17

October 1, 2017

Reasoning: Blood Relations Questions Set 3

Directions (1-3): Study the following information carefully to answer the questions that follow:

A is son of C. F is sister of A. L has 3 children out of whom 2 are married. I is B’s daughter.  G is daughter-in-law of C. B is sister-in-law of D and mother of K. L is D’s father. D is brother of F. K is grandson of L.
  1. How is A related to K?
    A) mother
    B) brother
    C) father
    D) grandfather
    E) None of these
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    Option C

  2. How is G related to B?
    A) mother
    B) sister-in-law
    C) sister
    D) grandmother
    E) niece
    View Answer
    Option B

  3. If H is married to F, how is L related to H?
    A) brother
    B) nephew
    C) father
    D) father-in-law
    E) niece
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    Option D

Directions (4-6):
P is wife of A. D is brother of A. C is niece of D. K is nephew of H. F is father of H. I is mother-in-law of P. K is grandson of G. P is not daughter of G. P is sister of H. F has only 2 children. None of A’s siblings is married.
  1. How is C related to F?
    A) mother
    B) daughter
    C) granddaughter
    D) grandmother
    E) Cannot be determined
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    Option C

  2. How is K related to C?
    A) brother
    B) brother-in-law
    C) nephew
    D) father
    E) no direct relation
    View Answer
    Option A

  3. If L is sister of A and married to Q, then how is G related to Q?
    A) brother
    B) brother-in-law
    C) nephew
    D) father
    E) father-in-law
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    Option E

Directions (7-10):
B is brother of P. A is mother of N. P is father-in-law of T. K is father of P. M is daughter of L. L is sister-in-law of D who is not married. D is aunt of O who is sister of N. K is father-in-law of L. M is granddaughter of C who is mother of D. N is married to T. C has only 1 daughter.
  1. How is B related to L?
    A) brother
    B) brother-in-law
    C) nephew
    D) Cannot be determined
    E) husband
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    Option D
    Explanation:
    B is brother of P. K is father of them. A is wife of P. N is daughter of P and A. N is son/daughter of P and A. T is married to N.
    Now:: C is mother of D. L is sister-in-law of D and M is daughter of L.
    Now there are two possibilities:
    First — D is sister of A and L is wife of D’s and A’s brother. But C has only 1 daughter so A and D cant be both daughters. So this cancels out.
    Second — D is sister of P. C is wife of K. Now L is sister-in-law of D and D is not married so L is daughter-in-law of C and K. Cannot be necessarily wife of B.
    C can have more children, thus L can be wife of  any other person too other than B.

  2. If K has only 3 children, how is M related to B?
    A) mother
    B) daughter
    C) granddaughter
    D) niece
    E) Cannot be determined
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    Option B

  3. If N is niece of D, how is T related to O?
    A) brother

    B) brother-in-law
    C) nephew
    D) brother-in-law or sister-in-law
    E) husband
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    Option D
    Explanation:

    N is niece so is female, so T is male

  4. How is C related to K?
    A) mother
    B) daughter
    C) granddaughter
    D) niece
    E) wife
    View Answer
    Option E



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