High Level Blood Relation Questions IBPS PO Clerk Set 7

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Today, we are going to share some high level blood relation questions with answers free, blood relation topic which is one of the most important topics of reasoning in IBPS PO Clerk.

High Level Blood Relation Questions are very common and frequently asked in major exams like IBPS PO Clerk Pre Mains , SBI Clerk, SSC 10+2, SSC CGL, MAT, CMat etc.high level blood relation questions IBPS PO Clerk, blood relation puzzles questions, blood relation question in bank exam. Through different kinds of blood relation questions an examiner assesses candidates' reasoning skills and the more a candidate is aware of different relations with a sound approach to derive a relationship between two persons, the more will he able to solve a blood relation question fast and with ease.

High Level Blood Relation Questions IBPS PO Clerk

1. Introducing Suresh, Subha said, “The father of his brother is the only son of my Grand mother. How is Subha related to Suresh ?
(A) Mother
(B) Cousin
(C) Sister
(D) Daughter
(E) None of these

1. (C) Father of Suresh is the only son of Subha’s grand mother. Thus, he is Subha’s father also.  So, Subha is the sister of Suresh.

2. A is the mother of B. C is the father of B and C has 3 children. On the basis of this information, find out which of the following relations is correct—
(A) C has three daughters
(B) C has three sons
(C) B is the son
(D) B has two sisters
(E) None of these

2. (E)

3. A is the brother of B. C is the sister of B. How is B related to A ?
(A) Cousin
(B) Sister
(C) Brother
(D) Data inadequate
(E) None of these

3. (D)

4. Pointing to Snehal, Mahesh said, “The only daughter of her mother is my daughter.” How is Mahesh related to Snehal ?
(A) Brother
(B) Uncle
(C) Son
(D) Father
(E) None of these

4. (D) Snehal is herself the only daughter of Snehals mother and daughter of Mahesh. So, Mahesh is the father of Snehal.

Directions - (Question 5 - 6)
(a) S × T means S is the brother of T.
(b) S – T means S is the mother of T.
(c) S ÷ T means S is the father of T.

5. Which one of the following represents that M is the son of Q ?
(A) M × R ÷ Q
(B) M ÷ R × Q
(C) M – R ÷ Q
(D) Q ÷ M × R
(E) None of these

5. (D) Q ÷ M means Q is the father of M or M is the son of Q.

6. To answer the above question which one the statements is surplus ?
(A) only (b)
(B) only (c)
(C) either (b) or (c)
(D) either (a) or (b)
(E) None of these

6. (A)

7. Introducing Suman, Sarla said, “His mother is the only daughter of my mother.” How Sarla is related to Suman ?
(A) Nephew
(B) Sister
(C) Cousin
(D) Grand mother
(E) None of these

7. (E) Sarla is the mother of Suman.

8. Introducing Rajesh, Neha said, “His brother’s father, is the only son of my grand father. How Neha is related to Rajesh ?
(A) Sister
(B) Daughter
(C) Mother
(D) Niece
(E) None of these

8. (A) Father of Rajesh’s brother is the father of Rajesh. Rajesh is the only son of Neha’s grand father. Hence, Rajesh’s father is Neha’s father. So, Neha is the sister of Rajesh.

9. (a) P × Q means P is the brother of Q.

(b) P + Q means P is the father of Q.

(c) P ÷ Q means P is the sister of Q.

I. Which of the following means ‘A is the uncle of M’ ?
(A) A + D ÷ M
(B) A × D + M
(C) A + D × M
(D) A ÷ D + M
(E) None of these

II. To answer the above question which of the statements is unnecessary ?
(A) Only (c)
(B) Only (b) or (c)
(C) Only (a)
(D) Only (b)
(E) None of these

III. If P is the brother of Q and R is the sister of Q, how P is related to R ?
(A) Uncle
(B) Data inadequate
(C) Brother
(D) Sister
(E) None of these

9. (I) (B) A × D = D’s brother is A D + M = M’s father is D Thus, A is the Uncle of M. (II) (A) (III) (C)

10. Is C is the mother of D ? To know the answer of this question, which of the statement/statements is/are sufficient among (a) and (b) ?

(a) B has two children out of which D is one.

(b) The sister of D is the daughter of C.
(A) (a) and (b) both are necessary
(B) (a) and (b) both are insufficient
(C) Only (a) is sufficient
(D) Only (b) is sufficient
(E) Either (a) or (b) is sufficient.

10. (D)