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Direction : Study the following questions carefully and choose the right answer.
1
A family of nine members – Bala, Shalu, Honey, Chand, Geet, Gopi, Jassi, Kinjal and Bittu distributed along 3 generations. Such that:

Bala is Bittu’s grandmother. Chand is Kinjal’s mother. Gopi is Shalu’s son in law. Honey is Geet’s husband. Jassi is Bittu’s sister. Chand has a brother, a niece and a nephew. Only couples have children.

How is Kinjal related to Bittu’s grandmother?
» Explain it
E
Following the finals solution we can say that we cannot determine the relation between Bala and Kinjal as Kinjal can be either grandson or granddaughter of Bala.

Hence, the correct answer is option E.



Common Explanation:

Reference:

Bala is Bittu’s grandmother.
Jassi is Bittu’s sister.


Inference:

Using the given hints we can create a following diagram:

Blood Chart 1:



Reference:

Gopi is Shalu’s son in law.
Honey is Geet’s husband.


Inference:

Using the above hints we can make to separate blood charts.

Blood Chart 2:



Blood Chart 3:



Reference:

Chand is Kinjal’s mother.
Chand has a brother, a niece and a nephew.
Only couples have children.


Inference:

Using the given we can create a blood chart as follows:

Blood Chart 4:



Here we can establish Honey as the brother of Chand by merging blood chart 3 and 4, can redraw them as blood chart 5:

Blood Chart 5:

And as it is given that only couples have children then:

We can say that Chand must be married and here we can establish Gopi as the husband of Chand, and Shalu as the parent of Honey and Chand by merging blood chart 2 and 5.

After merging blood chart 2 and 5 we can redraw the chart obtained as blood chart 6:

Blood Chart 6:


At this point we can complete the family tree by merging blood charts 1 and 6 to establish Bala as wife of Shalu, and Bittu as the son and Jassi as the daughter of Honey.

The family tree obtained can be drawn as blood chart 7.

Blood Chart 7:


 
2
A family of nine members – Bala, Shalu, Honey, Chand, Geet, Gopi, Jassi, Kinjal and Bittu distributed along 3 generations. Such that:

Bala is Bittu’s grandmother. Chand is Kinjal’s mother. Gopi is Shalu’s son in law. Honey is Geet’s husband. Jassi is Bittu’s sister. Chand has a brother, a niece and a nephew. Only couples have children.

How is Shalu’s son in law related to Geet’s husband?
» Explain it
C
Following the finals solution we can say that Shalu’s son in law is the Brother in law of Geet’s husband.

Hence, the correct answer is option C.



Common Explanation:

Reference:

Bala is Bittu’s grandmother.
Jassi is Bittu’s sister.


Inference:

Using the given hints we can create a following diagram:

Blood Chart 1:



Reference:

Gopi is Shalu’s son in law.
Honey is Geet’s husband.


Inference:

Using the above hints we can make to separate blood charts.

Blood Chart 2:



Blood Chart 3:



Reference:

Chand is Kinjal’s mother.
Chand has a brother, a niece and a nephew.
Only couples have children.


Inference:

Using the given we can create a blood chart as follows:

Blood Chart 4:



Here we can establish Honey as the brother of Chand by merging blood chart 3 and 4, can redraw them as blood chart 5:

Blood Chart 5:

And as it is given that only couples have children then:

We can say that Chand must be married and here we can establish Gopi as the husband of Chand, and Shalu as the parent of Honey and Chand by merging blood chart 2 and 5.

After merging blood chart 2 and 5 we can redraw the chart obtained as blood chart 6:

Blood Chart 6:


At this point we can complete the family tree by merging blood charts 1 and 6 to establish Bala as wife of Shalu, and Bittu as the son and Jassi as the daughter of Honey.

The family tree obtained can be drawn as blood chart 7.

Blood Chart 7:


 
3
A family of nine members – Bala, Shalu, Honey, Chand, Geet, Gopi, Jassi, Kinjal and Bittu distributed along 3 generations. Such that:

Bala is Bittu’s grandmother. Chand is Kinjal’s mother. Gopi is Shalu’s son in law. Honey is Geet’s husband. Jassi is Bittu’s sister. Chand has a brother, a niece and a nephew. Only couples have children.


Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence form a group. Which of the following is the one that does not belong to the group?
» Explain it
E
Following the finals solution we can say that Bala is the one that does not belong to the group because all the members in the other options belong to the second generation of the family but Bala belongs to first generation of the family.

Hence, the correct answer is option E.





Common Explanation:

Reference:

Bala is Bittu’s grandmother.
Jassi is Bittu’s sister.


Inference:

Using the given hints we can create a following diagram:

Blood Chart 1:



Reference:

Gopi is Shalu’s son in law.
Honey is Geet’s husband.


Inference:

Using the above hints we can make to separate blood charts.

Blood Chart 2:



Blood Chart 3:



Reference:

Chand is Kinjal’s mother.
Chand has a brother, a niece and a nephew.
Only couples have children.


Inference:

Using the given we can create a blood chart as follows:

Blood Chart 4:



Here we can establish Honey as the brother of Chand by merging blood chart 3 and 4, can redraw them as blood chart 5:

Blood Chart 5:

And as it is given that only couples have children then:

We can say that Chand must be married and here we can establish Gopi as the husband of Chand, and Shalu as the parent of Honey and Chand by merging blood chart 2 and 5.

After merging blood chart 2 and 5 we can redraw the chart obtained as blood chart 6:

Blood Chart 6:


At this point we can complete the family tree by merging blood charts 1 and 6 to establish Bala as wife of Shalu, and Bittu as the son and Jassi as the daughter of Honey.

The family tree obtained can be drawn as blood chart 7.

Blood Chart 7:


 
4
O, M, P, Q, S and T are six members in a family. P is not mother of M but M is son of P. O and P are a married couple. S is the brother of P. T is brother of M. Q is daughter of O. 

How T is related to S?
» Explain it
C
Following the final family tree, we can say that S is uncle of T, so T will be nephew of S.


Hence, the correct answer is option C.

5
O, M, P, Q, S and T are six members in a family. P is not mother of M but M is son of P. O and P are a married couple. S is the brother of P. T is brother of M. Q is daughter of O. 

How many children do O and P have?
» Explain it
C
Following the final family tree, we can say that T, M and Q are children of O and P.
 


Hence, the correct answer is option C.