Blood Relations: Practice Set - 1

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1. L is mother-in-law of K, who is mother-in-law of R. How is the husband of R related to X, who is the father of P? It is also given that K is the daughter-inlaw of X and P has no brothers or sisters.
a) Grandson
b) Grandfather
c) Son
d) Can’t say
e) None of these
2. If Raju is the son of the wife of the son of the father of Amrendra’s father, how is Raju related to Amrendra, if Raju’s grandfather has no granddaughter?
a) Brother
b) Cousin
c) Either 1 or 2
d) Can’t say
e) None of these
3. Pankaj is the brother of Rekha. Rekha is the wife of Rahul. Rahul is the brother of Suman. What is the relation of Suman to Pankaj?
a) Sister
b) Sister-in-law
c) Brother
d) Brother-in-law
e) No specific relation
4. X’s mother is the mother-in-law of the father of Z. Z is the brother of Y while X is the father of M. How is X related to Z?
a) Paternal uncle
b) Maternal uncle
c) Cousin
d) Grandfather
e) Brother-in-law
5. Binod’s son is the son-in-law of Achyut’s father. Rani is Achyut’s only sister. Binod has only one grandson Pramod. How is Pramod related to Rani?
a) Father
b) Uncle
c) Son
d) Brother
e) Nephews
6. If A is a brother of B, C is the sister of A, D is the brother of E, E is the daughter of B, F is the father of C, who is the uncle of D?
a) A
b) C
c) B
d) None of these
e) Can’t be determined
7. If P is brother of Q and R is sister of Q, then how is Q related to P?
a) Uncle
b) Father
c) Brother
d) Sister
e) Can’t be determined
8. A said to B that B’s mother was the mother-in-law of A’s mother. How is A’s mother related to B’s mother?
a) Daughter-in-law
b) Mother-in-law
c) Sister
d) Aunt
e) Sister-in-law
9. While going to his office P meets a man Q who is related to P, because P has R, a son, who is married to T. T is the daughter of Q. T has daughter A. How is P related to A?
a) Grandfather
b) Grandmother
c) Uncle
d) Father-in-law
e) None of these
10. Ramesh says that “Rekha is the sister-in-law of the only daughter of my mother-in-law’s husband.” How is Rekha related to Ramesh?
a) Sister-in-law
b) Mother
c) Daughter-in-law
d) Sister
e) Daughter
11. A is the brother of B. C is married to D. If C is the nephew of B, how is A related to D?
a) father-in-law
b) mother-in-law
c) son-in-law
d) daughter-in-law
e) brother-in-law
12. Kalyani is mother-in-law of Veena who is Sister-inlaw of Ashok. Dheeraj is father of Sudeep, the only brother of Ashok. How is Kalyani related to Ashok?
a) Mother-in-law
b) Aunt
c) Wife
d) Cousin
e) None of these
13. D is brother of K. M is sister of K. T is father of R, who is brother of M. F is mother of K. At least how many sons does T and F have?
a) Two
b) Three
c) Four
d) Data inadequate
e) None of these
14. M is sister of D. R is brother of D. F is father of M and T is mother of R. How is D related to T?
a) Brother
b) Son
c) Daughter
d) Data inadequate
e) None of these
15. K is brother of T. M is mother of K. W is brother of M. How is W related to T?
a) Maternal uncle
b) Paternal uncle
c) Grandfather
d) Data inadequate
e) None of these
1. A)
Hence, H is the grandson of X.
2. C) Father of the father of Amrendra => Grandfather of Amrendra. Now, the wife of the son of Amrendra’s grandfather is either aunt or mother of Amrendra. Hence, Raju, who is the son of the lady, is either brother or cousin.
3. E) Pankaj (+) — Rekha (-) X Rahul (+) — Suman. Hence, Suman is brother of Pankaj’s brother-inlaw. Hence no direct relation can be determined.
4. B) Mother-in-law of father = (Maternal) grandmother.
Since X is son of Z’s maternal grandmother, X must be Z’s maternal uncle. Note that X is a male because he is a father.
5. C)
6. A)
7. E) Q can be either brother or sister of P, but since sex of Q is not known, the exact relationship can’t be determined.
8. A) If B’s mother is mother-in-law of A’s mother, so, A’s mother is daughter-in-law of B’s mother.
9. A)
10. D) Mother-in-law’s husband => Father-in-law. Father-in-law’s only daughter => wife. Wife’s sister-in-law => sister.
11. A)
12. E)
13. A)
14. D)
D is either son or daughter of T.
15. A)

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