 # Important Blood Relation Questions for IBPS PO Pre and IBPS Clerk Mains 2020

Important for :
1
J is father-in-law of Q who is mother of R. P is father-in-law of T. There are two married couples. Total five members are there in the family.[Set - 1 Q.1]

If M is the mother-in-law of Q. V is either son or daughter of M and married to H. H is not Q’s sister in law’s husband. Then how is V related to R?
» Explain it
C
From the following common explanation, it is clear that V is related to R as his/her”Paternal Uncle”.

Hence, option C is correct. (Refer : Case :1)

 Case: 1 M is the    grandmother of R. V is the son son of M. V is married to H. Then V is son of M. And R is son of V's brother P.   Thus V is Paternal Uncle of R. Case: 2 M is the   grandmother of R. V is the daughter of M. V is married to H. Then Here: H  is  Q’s  sister in law’s (V) Husband. But  in  question  H  is not Q’s sister   in   law’s   husband   is given.  So V is not the daughter of M.

Common Explanation

Reference:

J is father-in-law of Q. Q is mother of R.
P is father-in-law of T.
There is no relation between 1 and 2. But given that, 2 married couples and total 5 members in the family.

Inference:

By using this condition, P (Male) must marry to Q in order to make the condition of "2 couple in the family"satisfy.  But here gender of R and T cannot be determined.  2
J is father-in-law of Q who is mother of R. P is father-in-law of T. There are two married couples. Total five members are there in the family.[Set - 1 Q.2]

How is R related to T?
» Explain it
E
The following common explanation, we get "Either Wife or Husband”.

Here, gender of R and T cannot be determined. But they are a couple. So R could be either Wife or Husband of T.  Hence, option E is correct.

Common Explanation

Reference:

J is father-in-law of Q. Q is mother of R.
P is father-in-law of T.
There is no relation between 1 and 2. But given that, 2 married couples and total 5 members in the family.

Inference:

By using this condition, P (Male) must marry to Q in order to make the condition of "2 couple in the family"satisfy.  But here gender of R and T cannot be determined. 3
J is father-in-law of Q who is mother of R. P is father-in-law of T. There are two married couples. Total five members are there in the family.[Set - 1 Q.3]

If U is the only daughter of the family then how is U related to R?
» Explain it
D
If U is the only daughter of the family then three possible scenarios are there.

Scenario number 1, where U is the daughter of J and sister of P, in such case she would be Aunt of R.

Scenario number 2, where U is the daughter of P, in such case she would be sister of R.

Scenario number 3, where U is the daughter of R and T.

Thus we can’t determine the exact relation of U and R.

Hence option D is the correct answer.

Common Explanation

Reference:

J is father-in-law of Q. Q is mother of R.
P is father-in-law of T.
There is no relation between 1 and 2. But given that, 2 married couples and total 5 members in the family.

Inference:

By using this condition, P (Male) must marry to Q in order to make the condition of "2 couple in the family" satisfy.  But here gender of R and T cannot be determined. 4
A@B means A is Father of B, A#B means A is Brother of B, A%B means A is Sister of B, A\$B means A is Mother of B. [Set 2 Q.1]

Then which of the following expressions shows that A is Paternal Uncle of S?
» Explain it
D
 Option: A    A is the mother of S. S is   brother   of   N.  N  is  the   father of E. E is the sister  of B. Here A is mother of S. Option: B  E is the Brother of M. M   is  the  sister  of N. N is  the  Mother  of   A. A  is  the Father of S. Here A is the father of S. Option: C     S  is  the sister of E. E is  the brother of A. A is the  mother  of  M.  M  is  the  father of N. Here A is sister of S. Option: D  N is the  mother of A. A  is the brother of M. M is  the father  of E. E is the  sister of S. Here A is Paternal  Uncle of S

Hence, option D is correct.

5
A@B means A is Father of B, A#B means A is Brother of B, A%B means A is Sister of B, A\$B means A is Mother of B. [Set 2 Q. 2]

How P’s only brother is related to Q, if Q is maternal Aunt of daughter of Father whose only sister is P?
» Explain it
A
P’s only brother is married to Q’s sister. Both P and Q are females. Married couple has one daughter. Thus P's brother is related to Q as her brother-in-law.

Or

P's only brother is married to sister-in-law of Q. Then also both P and Q are females. Married couple has one daughter. In such a case also P's brother will be related to Q as her brother-in-law. Hence, option A is correct.

##### You may also like to study

Blood Relations Ex No. 18

Verbal reasoning is a very important section of Reasoning Aptitude section with many sub sections within it. One of the verbal reasoning topics or sub sections is the topic of Blood relations and related questions. Blood relation questions are very common in most of the competitive exams like IBPS PO Pre, IBPS Clerk Pre, SBI PO Pre, SBI Clerk Pre, IBPS PO Mains, IBPS Clerk Mains, SBI Clerk Mains, SBI PO Mains, Railways Exams, SSC CGL Tier 1, SSC CHSL, SSC MTS, CLAT, MAT, etc. Almost all the competitive exams have at least one or two questions on blood relation. This is why aspirants cannot afford to ignore this important topic of Reasoning Aptitude. Also, the Reasoning puzzles related to blood relation are not difficult if the aspirant knows how to think while solving such quizzes on blood relation along with some easy tricks and shortcuts. On this page at Smartkeeda, the digital Question Bank for Aptitude Questions, we bring to you some puzzles on blood relation questions along with how to solve them using the easiest methods possible. These Blood Relations questions are useful for upcoming exams like SBI Clerk 2019, SBI PO 2019, IBPS Clerk 2018, IBPS PO 2018, SSC CGL Tier 1 2018, IBPS RRB 2018-19, CDSE, CLAT 2019, MAT 2018-19, NIFT, IBPS SO Pre 2018, Syndicate Bank, Canara Bank, Railways, RBI Grade B, RRB Scale I, SEBI Grade A and many more bank and other competitive exams. So dear aspirants, what are you waiting for? Practice blood relation questions on Smartkeeda with our smart solutions and top your exam with flying colours.