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# Blood Relation Questions for SBI Clerk Set-2 PDF:

Download Important Blood relationship questions and answers for banking exams of SBI Clerk and PO based on previous asked questions. Detailed solutions and explanations are provided for each questions.

A – B’ means ‘A is father of B’.
A ÷ B’ means ‘A is daughter of B’.
A + B’ means ‘A is son of B’.
A × B’ means ‘A is wife of B’.

Question 1: How is P related to T in the expression ‘P ÷ S – T’ ?
a) Sister
b) Wife
c) Son
d) Daughter
e)None of these

Question 2: In the expression `P × Q – T’ how is T related to P ?
a) Daughter
b) Sister
c) Mother
d) Can’t be determined
e)None of these

Question 3: Which of the following means T is wife of P?
a) P × S ÷ T
b) P ÷ S × T
c) P – S ÷ T
d) P + T ÷ S
e)None of these

Question 4: Which of the following means P is grandson of S?
a) P + Q – S
b) P + Q × S
c) P + Q + S
d) P × Q + S
e)None of these

Question 5: In the expression P + Q x T’ how is T related to P?
a) Mother
b) Father
c) Son
d) Brother
e)None of these

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below :
K and M are the children of G. G is married to R. S is the sister of G. A is the only son of R P is the son of K.

Question 6: How is M related to P?
a) Father
b) Uncle
c) Aunt
d) Grandmother
e)Brother-in-law

Question 7: How is S related to R?
a) Sister-in-law
b) Daughter-in-law
c) Niece
d) Daughter
e)Granddaughter

Question 8: If S does not have any sister, then how is G related to P?
a) Uncle
b) Grandfather
c) Father-in-law
d) Aunt
e)Grandmother

(i) ‘S × T means ‘S is the brother of T’.
(ii) ‘S ÷ T means T is the father of S.’
(iii) ‘S + T’ means ‘S is the sister of T’.
(iv) ‘S – T means ‘S is the mother of T’.

Question 9: Which of the following means R is the paternal uncle of B?
(a)B × Q ÷ L × R
(b)B × D ÷ J × R × K
(c)R × P ÷ S × B

a) Only (a)
b) Only (b)
c) Only (c)
d) Both (a) and (b)
e)None of these

Question 10: Which of the following statement(s) is/are superfluous to answer the above question?
a) (i) only
b) (ii) only
c) (iii) only
d) Only (iii) and (iv)
e)None of these

P ÷ S -> P is daughter of S
S – T -> S is father of T.
∴\therefore∴ P is sister of T.

P × Q -> P is wife of Q.
Q – T -> Q is father of T.
Since, gender of T is unknown, thus T can be either son or daughter of P.

P × S ÷ T => S is daughter of T and husband of P. Hence, this does not imply that T is the wife of P
P ÷ S × T => This also means that S is the wife of T and P is his daughter. Hence, this is also wrong.
P – S ÷ T => S is the daughter of and P is the father of S. Hence, T must be the wife of P.
P + T ÷ S => P is the son of T. Hence this is not correct.

(A) : P + Q – S = P is son of Q, who is father of S. Thus, P is brother of S.
(B) : P + Q × S = P is son of Q, who is wife of S. Thus, P is son of S.
(C) : P + Q + S = P is son of Q, who is son of S. Thus, P is grandson of S
(D) : P × Q + S = P is wife of Q, who is son of S. Thus, P is daughter-in-law of S.

P + Q -> P is the son of Q
Q x T -> Q is the wife of T.
∴\therefore∴ T is father of P.

G is married to R, and their children are K, M and A.
A is the only son of R, => K (female) , M (female) and A (male) are siblings.
P is the son of K and S is the sister of G.
M is the sister of P’s mother, => M is the aunt of P.

G is married to R, and their children are K, M and A.
A is the only son of R, => K (female) , M (female) and A (male) are siblings.
P is the son of K and S is the sister of G.
S is sister of G, who is married to R, => S is sister-in-law of R.

G is married to R, and their children are K, M and A.
A is the only son of R, => K (female) , M (female) and A (male) are siblings.
P is the son of K and S is the sister of G.
If S does not have any sister, => G is male
Thus, G is father of P’s mother, => G is grandfather of P.