# Practice New Pattern Blood Relation Questions with Tricks for SBI PO, IBPS PO, SBI Clerk, IBPS Clerk, IBPS RRB PO

Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given beside.
Important for :
1
M, N, O, P, Q, R and S are family members and there are two married couples in two generations of people who live in the same house. M is father of spouse of O. R is the maternal Uncle of S who is not a male. M is brother-in-law of R. P and S are sisters of each other. Q is son of N. O is a feminine gender. [S.1 Q.1]

How is M related to P?
» Explain it
B
Following the common explanation, we get "Father".

Hence, option B is correct.

Common Explanation:

References:

M is father of spouse of O. O is a feminine gender.

References:

R is the maternal Uncle of S who is not a male. M is brother-in-law of R.

P and S are sisters of each other.

Inferences

From above statements, M married to R’s only sister. Thus M is brother-in-law of R.

Both P and S are the daughters of M. Thus, R is the maternal Uncle of S.

References:

Q is son of N.

Only two generations are there in the family and there are two married couples
.

Inferences:

Therefore, N is wife of M.  Q is the son of both M and N. Thus we get final family tree.

2
M, N, O, P, Q,a R and S are family members and there are two married couples in two generations of people who live in the same house. M is father of spouse of O. R is the maternal Uncle of S who is not a male. M is brother-in-law of R. P and S are sisters of each other. Q is son of N. O is a feminine gender. [S.1 Q.2]

If J is grandchild of M then how is N related to J?
» Explain it
A
Following the common explanation, we get "Grandmother".

Hence, option A is correct.

Commom Explanation:

References:

M is father of spouse of O. O is a feminine gender.

References:

R is the maternal Uncle of S who is not a male. M is brother-in-law of R.

P and S are sisters of each other.

Inferences

From above statements, M married to R’s only sister. Thus M is brother-in-law of R.

Both P and S are the daughters of M. Thus, R is the maternal Uncle of S.

References:

Q is son of N.

Only two generations are there in the family and there are two married couples
.

Inferences:

Therefore, N is wife of M.  Q is the son of both M and N. Thus we get final family tree.

3
M, N, O, P, Q, R and S are family members and there are two married couples in two generations of people who live in the same house. M is father of spouse of O. R is the maternal Uncle of S who is not a male. M is brother-in-law of R. P and S are sisters of each other. Q is son of N. O is a feminine gender. [S.1 Q.3]

If L is maternal uncle of S then how is L related to Q?
» Explain it
D
Following the common explanation, we get "Uncle".

Hence, option D is correct.

Commom Explanation:

References:

M is father of spouse of O. O is a feminine gender.

References:

R is the maternal Uncle of S who is not a male. M is brother-in-law of R.

P and S are sisters of each other.

Inferences

From above statements, M married to R’s only sister. Thus M is brother-in-law of R.

Both P and S are the daughters of M. Thus, R is the maternal Uncle of S.

References:

Q is son of N.

Only two generations are there in the family and there are two married couples
.

Inferences:

Therefore, N is wife of M.  Q is the son of both M and N. Thus we get final family tree.

4
A family has 6 members – Radhey, Krishna, Madhav, Kanha, Gaur and Hari among 3 generations.

Further it is also known that:

Radhey is the son-in-law of Krishna.
Gaur who is unmarried, has a sister and Hari has an uncle.
Kanha is the grandmother of Hari.
Both the grandparents and parents of Hari are alive. [S.2 Q.1]

Which of the following does not belong to the second generation of the family?
» Explain it
B
From the following explanation it is clear that Krishna is the one who does not belong to the second generation.

Option B, is hence the correct answer.

Common explanation:

Reference:

Kanha is the grandmother of Hari.

Both the grandparents and parents of Hari are alive.

Inference:

From the given hints below image can be drawn:

Reference:

Gaur who is unmarried, has a sister and Hari has an uncle.

Radhey is the son-in-law of Krishna.

Inference:

Radhey will be the son-in-law of Krishna and father of Hari.
So, Krishna belongs to the first generation of the family and will be the husband of Kanha.

Since there are only 6 members in the family and Hari do have an uncle and Gaur has a sister and we have only two members left, thus Gaur must be a male and uncle of Hari and Madhav must be the mother of Hari.

5
A family has 6 members – Radhey, Krishna, Madhav, Kanha, Gaur and Hari among 3 generations.

Further it is also known that:

Radhey is the son-in-law of Krishna.
Gaur who is unmarried, has a sister and Hari has an uncle.
Kanha is the grandmother of Hari.
Both the grandparents and parents of Hari are alive. [S.2 Q.2]

How is Radhey related to Hari's uncle?
» Explain it
A
From the following explanation it is clear that Hari's uncle is Gaur and Radhey is related to Gaur as his brother-in-law.

Option A, is hence the correct answer.

Common explanation:

Reference:

Kanha is the grandmother of Hari.

Both the grandparents and parents of Hari are alive.

Inference:

From the given hints below image can be drawn:

Reference:

Gaur who is unmarried, has a sister and Hari has an uncle.

Radhey is the son-in-law of Krishna.

Inference:

Radhey will be the son-in-law of Krishna and father of Hari.
So, Krishna belongs to the first generation of the family and will be the husband of Kanha.

Since there are only 6 members in the family and Hari do have an uncle and Gaur has a sister and we have only two members left, thus Gaur must be a male and uncle of Hari and Madhav must be the mother of Hari.