Blood Relations Quiz for IBPS Clerk 2017
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Mission IBPS Clerk Mains 2017: Blood Relation Quiz Day 5
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Mission IBPS Clerk Mains 2017: Blood Relation Quiz Day 5
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
Category: ReasoningA three generation family has 6 members (P, Q, R, S, T, U). And only married couples have children. S is the sister in law of U. Q is the father of T’s paternal aunt. P is not the husband of S. R is a female.How is P related to R?

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
Category: ReasoningPointing to a person in photograph, Yuvika Said, “She is the only sister of the only son of my brother’s paternal grandfather.” Pointing to another photograph, Rajni said, “She is the only sister of the only son of my brother’s paternal grandfather.” If among two persons in the photo, one was either Yuvika or Rajni and the person towards which Yuvika was pointing in the photo was not Rajni, then how Yuvika is related to Rajni?
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According to Yuvika, the only son of my brother’s paternal grandfather means Yuvika’s father and lady in the photograph is only sister of Yuvika’s father. So the lady in the photo is paternal aunt of Yuvika. Similarly, the lady is the paternal aunt of Rajni.
Given that 2 ladies, one could either be Rajni or Yuvika and lady towards which Yuvika is pointing isn’t Rajni. Then Rajni is definitely pointing towards Yuvika.Therefore Yuvika is the paternal aunt of Rajni.
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According to Yuvika, the only son of my brother’s paternal grandfather means Yuvika’s father and lady in the photograph is only sister of Yuvika’s father. So the lady in the photo is paternal aunt of Yuvika. Similarly, the lady is the paternal aunt of Rajni.
Given that 2 ladies, one could either be Rajni or Yuvika and lady towards which Yuvika is pointing isn’t Rajni. Then Rajni is definitely pointing towards Yuvika.Therefore Yuvika is the paternal aunt of Rajni.

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
Category: ReasoningIn a family of six persons P, Q, R, S, T and U, there are two married couples. S is grandfather of P, who is unmarried. U’s father is married to R. T is the maternal grandmother of U.How is R related to P?
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S is grandfather of P who is unmarried. U’s father is married to R. T is the maternal grandmother of U. Now R cannot be married to S or S’s son as it would either increase the number of family members or there won’t be two married couples then. So, the only possible case is that S is married to T. R is the mother of P and U. Q must be the husband of R. As T is the maternal grandmother of U so R must be the daughter of S and T.
The family tree is shown below:Incorrect
S is grandfather of P who is unmarried. U’s father is married to R. T is the maternal grandmother of U. Now R cannot be married to S or S’s son as it would either increase the number of family members or there won’t be two married couples then. So, the only possible case is that S is married to T. R is the mother of P and U. Q must be the husband of R. As T is the maternal grandmother of U so R must be the daughter of S and T.
The family tree is shown below: 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
Category: ReasoningIn a family of six persons P, Q, R, S, T and U, there are two married couples. S is grandfather of P, who is unmarried. U’s father is married to R. T is the maternal grandmother of U.
Which of the following is true?

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
Category: ReasoningRekha who is a female has only one sibling. She introduced a person to Shashi who is a male and said, “He is my brother and also your daughter’s only maternal uncle”. How is Rekha related to Shashi?
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Shashi’s daughter’s only maternal uncle is the daughter’s mother’s brother. It is given that the person introduced is Rekha’s brother. Since Rekha has only one sibling. So, Shashi’s daughter is Rekha’s daughter too.
So, Rekha is Shashi’s Wife
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Shashi’s daughter’s only maternal uncle is the daughter’s mother’s brother. It is given that the person introduced is Rekha’s brother. Since Rekha has only one sibling. So, Shashi’s daughter is Rekha’s daughter too.
So, Rekha is Shashi’s Wife

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
Category: ReasoningEight family members – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a square table (2 on each side) for dinner. They are – Father, mother, daughter, son, aunt, uncle, niece and nephew (not necessarily in order). A sits opposite to E such that there is one person left to A on the same side. C left to G on the same side and C is 4th to the left of the father. The person sitting to the immediate right of A is the aunt. The son sits to the left of the daughter on same side. B is 2nd to the right of daughter. F is the mother. D sits opposite to niece.
Who sits to the immediate right of E?
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Let us give numbers to positions starting from A as 1, 2…8 in clockwise direction. A sits opposite to E such that there is one person left to A on the same
side. Thus A is at 1 and E is at 6. C sits left to G on the same side and C is 4th to the left of father. The father could be at 4 or 8. The person sitting right to A is aunt. So, father will be at 4, C is at 8 and is the aunt. G is at 7. Son sits on the left side of daughter on the same side. B is 2nd to the right of daughter. The only possible arrangement is when B is at 3, son is at 6 and daughter is at 5. F is the mother. Thus F sits at 2. D sits opposite to niece. So, D is at 4, G is the niece and H is at 5. A or B can be nephew or uncle.
The final arrangement is shown below:Incorrect
Let us give numbers to positions starting from A as 1, 2…8 in clockwise direction. A sits opposite to E such that there is one person left to A on the same
side. Thus A is at 1 and E is at 6. C sits left to G on the same side and C is 4th to the left of father. The father could be at 4 or 8. The person sitting right to A is aunt. So, father will be at 4, C is at 8 and is the aunt. G is at 7. Son sits on the left side of daughter on the same side. B is 2nd to the right of daughter. The only possible arrangement is when B is at 3, son is at 6 and daughter is at 5. F is the mother. Thus F sits at 2. D sits opposite to niece. So, D is at 4, G is the niece and H is at 5. A or B can be nephew or uncle.
The final arrangement is shown below: 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
Category: ReasoningEight family members – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a square table (2 on each side) for dinner. They are – Father, mother, daughter, son, aunt, uncle, niece and nephew (not necessarily in order). A sits opposite to E such that there is one person left to A on the same side. C left to G on the same side and C is 4th to the left of the father. The person sitting to the immediate right of A is the aunt. The son sits to the left of the daughter on same side. B is 2nd to the right of daughter. F is the mother. D sits opposite to niece.
If the nephew sits to the immediate right of D then who is the uncle?
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Let us give numbers to positions starting from A as 1, 2…8 in clockwise direction. A sits opposite to E such that there is one person left to A on the same
side. Thus A is at 1 and E is at 6. C sits left to G on the same side and C is 4th to the left of father. The father could be at 4 or 8. The person sitting right to A is aunt. So, father will be at 4, C is at 8 and is the aunt. G is at 7. Son sits on the left side of daughter on the same side. B is 2nd to the right of daughter. The only possible arrangement is when B is at 3, son is at 6 and daughter is at 5. F is the mother. Thus F sits at 2. D sits opposite to niece. So, D is at 4, G is the niece and H is at 5. A or B can be nephew or uncle.
The final arrangement is shown below:Incorrect
Let us give numbers to positions starting from A as 1, 2…8 in clockwise direction. A sits opposite to E such that there is one person left to A on the same
side. Thus A is at 1 and E is at 6. C sits left to G on the same side and C is 4th to the left of father. The father could be at 4 or 8. The person sitting right to A is aunt. So, father will be at 4, C is at 8 and is the aunt. G is at 7. Son sits on the left side of daughter on the same side. B is 2nd to the right of daughter. The only possible arrangement is when B is at 3, son is at 6 and daughter is at 5. F is the mother. Thus F sits at 2. D sits opposite to niece. So, D is at 4, G is the niece and H is at 5. A or B can be nephew or uncle.
The final arrangement is shown below: 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
Category: ReasoningEight family members – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a square table (2 on each side) for dinner. They are – Father, mother, daughter, son, aunt, uncle, niece and nephew (not necessarily in order). A sits opposite to E such that there is one person left to A on the same side. C left to G on the same side and C is 4th to the left of the father. The person sitting to the immediate right of A is the aunt. The son sits to the left of the daughter on same side. B is 2nd to the right of daughter. F is the mother. D sits opposite to niece.
Who sits opposite to G?
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Let us give numbers to positions starting from A as 1, 2…8 in clockwise direction. A sits opposite to E such that there is one person left to A on the same
side. Thus A is at 1 and E is at 6. C sits left to G on the same side and C is 4th to the left of father. The father could be at 4 or 8. The person sitting right to A is aunt. So, father will be at 4, C is at 8 and is the aunt. G is at 7. Son sits on the left side of daughter on the same side. B is 2nd to the right of daughter. The only possible arrangement is when B is at 3, son is at 6 and daughter is at 5. F is the mother. Thus F sits at 2. D sits opposite to niece. So, D is at 4, G is the niece and H is at 5. A or B can be nephew or uncle.
The final arrangement is shown below:Incorrect
Let us give numbers to positions starting from A as 1, 2…8 in clockwise direction. A sits opposite to E such that there is one person left to A on the same
side. Thus A is at 1 and E is at 6. C sits left to G on the same side and C is 4th to the left of father. The father could be at 4 or 8. The person sitting right to A is aunt. So, father will be at 4, C is at 8 and is the aunt. G is at 7. Son sits on the left side of daughter on the same side. B is 2nd to the right of daughter. The only possible arrangement is when B is at 3, son is at 6 and daughter is at 5. F is the mother. Thus F sits at 2. D sits opposite to niece. So, D is at 4, G is the niece and H is at 5. A or B can be nephew or uncle.
The final arrangement is shown below: 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
Category: ReasoningEight family members – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a square table (2 on each side) for dinner. They are – Father, mother, daughter, son, aunt, uncle, niece and nephew (not necessarily in order). A sits opposite to E such that there is one person left to A on the same side. C left to G on the same side and C is 4th to the left of the father. The person sitting to the immediate right of A is the aunt. The son sits to the left of the daughter on same side. B is 2nd to the right of daughter. F is the mother. D sits opposite to niece.
Who among the following in pairs sit next to each other on the same side?
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Let us give numbers to positions starting from A as 1, 2…8 in clockwise direction. A sits opposite to E such that there is one person left to A on the same
side. Thus A is at 1 and E is at 6. C sits left to G on the same side and C is 4th to the left of father. The father could be at 4 or 8. The person sitting right to A is aunt. So, father will be at 4, C is at 8 and is the aunt. G is at 7. Son sits on the left side of daughter on the same side. B is 2nd to the right of daughter. The only possible arrangement is when B is at 3, son is at 6 and daughter is at 5. F is the mother. Thus F sits at 2. D sits opposite to niece. So, D is at 4, G is the niece and H is at 5. A or B can be nephew or uncle.
The final arrangement is shown below:Incorrect
Let us give numbers to positions starting from A as 1, 2…8 in clockwise direction. A sits opposite to E such that there is one person left to A on the same
side. Thus A is at 1 and E is at 6. C sits left to G on the same side and C is 4th to the left of father. The father could be at 4 or 8. The person sitting right to A is aunt. So, father will be at 4, C is at 8 and is the aunt. G is at 7. Son sits on the left side of daughter on the same side. B is 2nd to the right of daughter. The only possible arrangement is when B is at 3, son is at 6 and daughter is at 5. F is the mother. Thus F sits at 2. D sits opposite to niece. So, D is at 4, G is the niece and H is at 5. A or B can be nephew or uncle.
The final arrangement is shown below: 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
Category: ReasoningMeena’s only brother’s daughter’s maternal grandmother has a son named Udit. Udit is the brotherinlaw of Ravi. Udit has only one sibling and Udit is unmarried. How is Ravi related to Meena?
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Udit is the brotherinlaw of Ravi i.e. Ravi is the father of the girl whose maternal grandmother’s son is Udit. Since, the girl’s paternal aunt is Meena and father is Ravi, so Ravi is Meena’s brother
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Udit is the brotherinlaw of Ravi i.e. Ravi is the father of the girl whose maternal grandmother’s son is Udit. Since, the girl’s paternal aunt is Meena and father is Ravi, so Ravi is Meena’s brother
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