MISSION IBPS EXAM:Reasoning concepts and quiz

Dear readers,
Hope all is well!! Continuing from yesterday's  Blood Relationship quiz, today we introduce to you another of its model along with few concepts. hope you enjoy solving them..






















Note 1: Cousin’s Children also Niece/Nephew
Note 2: Aunt’s Husband also Uncle and Uncle’s wife is Aunt.
Note 3: If in question paternal and maternal not mentioned, then assume paternal side.
Note 4:
Male represented by +,
Female represented by -,
Husband-wife relationship represented by a dash sign (―)
Sibling relationship represented by(=) sign.

Model 3

Q.1. In a family there are 7 persons and there are 2 married couples in this family
A is the father of B
E is the daughter of D and grand Daughter of C.
E is the sister of F, who is brother of B.

(I) Who is the daughter in law of the family
(1) D
(2) G
(3) C
(4) B
(5) C.D

(II) How many male members are there?
(1) 2
(2) 3
(3) 4
(4) None of the above
(5) Cant be determined

(III) How many female member are there?
(1) 2
(2) 3
(3) 1
(4) None of the above
(5) Cant be determined

(IV) How is G related to ‘C’?
(1) Wife
(2) Husband
(3) Sister
(4) Spouse
(5) Cant be determined

(V)If ‘C’ is a male then how is ‘G’ related to ‘A’?
(1) Wife
(2) Mother in law
(3) Mother
(4) None of the above
(5) Cant be determined

Q.2.C is the sister of F
B is the brother of E’s husband
D is the father of A and Grand father of F
There are 2 father, 3 brothers, 1 Mother, 1 daughter in law in that family

(1) How many male members in the family
(1) 2
(2) 3
(3) 4
(4) 5
(5) None of the above

(II) How is ‘F’ related to E?
(1) Husband
(2) Son
(3) Daughter
(4) Grand son
(5) None of the above

(III) How is D related to E?
(1) Father
(2) Brother 
(3) Father in law
(4) None of the above
(5) Cant be determined

(IV) Who are the group of brothers?
(1) AD
(2) FB
(3) BD
(4) AB
(5) None of these

(V) How is E’s brother in law related to C?
(1) Aunt
(2) Brother
(3) Father
(4) Uncle
(5) Cant be determined

Answers 
1)
I) 1 
II) 5
III) 5
IV) 4
V) 2 (as assuming paternal side)




















2)
I) 3
II) 2
III) 3
IV) 4
V) 4


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