Search your Topic HERE....

April 13, 2012

Coded Relations

23 comments

sponsored links

Before going to read this post, Read Basics of Blood Relations Here
.
Coded Relations is another important topic for Bank Exams. You can easily get 5 marks with little logical thinking and concentration. It doesn't take much effort to solve these type of questions... All that you need is Concentration and lil practice to solve these type of questions 


1. If 'A X B' means 'A is the Daughter of B'. 'A + B' means 'A is the husband of B' and 'A - B' means ' A is the sister of B', then what does ' M + N - P X Q' Mean?
Sol : 

M + N - P X Q  => M is the Husband of N, N is the sister of P and P is the Daughter of Q.

N and P are sisters and the daughters of Q. Q is either mother or father of N and P. so M is Son-In-Law to Q.


Have a look at the below image for more clarifications.


Directions (2-3): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

    ' P X Q' means 'P is Sister of Q'
    ' P + Q' means 'P is mother of Q'
    'P - Q' means 'P is father of Q'
    'P % Q' means 'P is brother of Q'

2. Which of the following represents 'A is nephew of B'?
  1.     A % B - C
  2.     C % B - A
  3.     C X B + A X D
  4.     C % B - A % D
  5.     None of the Above
Sol : 

A is nephew of B means, A must be MALE. The symbols '-' and '%' indicate the male Gender. So, A must be followed by either '-' or '%'. So, checking of options 1 and 4 will be enough to solve this question. 


    1. A % B - C  => A is brother of B and B is father of C. Here, A is C's paternal Uncle. 


    4. C % B - A % D  => C is brother of B, B is father of A and A is brother of D. So here, A is son of B.

So the answer is, 5. None of the Above 

3. Which of the following represents 'W is Grand Father of H'??
  1. W + T - H
  2. W % T - H
  3. W X T + H
  4. W % T + H
  5. None of these
Sol: 

W is Grand Father of H means W must be a Male. The symbols '-' and '%' indicate the Male Gender. So, W must be followed by Either '-' or '%'. So, Obviously we have to check the options 2 and 4.

   2. W % T - H  => W is brother of T and T is father of H. Here, W is paternal uncle to H.

   3. W % T + H  => W is brother of T and T is mother of H. W is maternal uncle of H.



So the answer is, 5. None of these

Directions (4-5) : Following questions are based on the information given below.

   'P X Q' means 'P is father of Q'
   'P - Q' means 'P is sister of Q'
   'P + Q' means 'P is mother of Q'
   'P%Q' means 'P is brother of Q'

4. Which of the following represents 'J is son of F'?
  1. J % R - T X F
  2. J + R - T X F
  3. J % M - N X F
  4. Cant Say
  5. None of the above
Sol:

J is son of F means J must be a Male. So, J must be followed by the symbols 'X' or '%". We have to check options 1 or 3.

  1. J % R - T X F => J is brother of R, R is sister of T and T is father of F. So, J is paternal uncle of F.


   3. J % M - N X F => J brother of M, M is sister of N and N is father of F. Here, J is paternal uncle of F.


5. In the expression B + D X M % N, how is M related to B?
  1. SOn
  2. Grand Daughter
  3. Grand Son
  4. Grand Daughter or Grand Son
  5. None of the above
Sol: 

B + D X M % N =>B is mother of D, D is father of M and M is brother of N. M is Grand Son of B.



sponsored links

23 comments:

  1. thks for teaching this shortcut.Collect as many as shorcuts for all types of competive exams for us. THIS WAS VERY EASY FOR US TO UNDERSTAND> THKS ONCE AGAIN. I WISH YOUR SITE GETS SOME NATIONAL AWARD FOR THIS

    ReplyDelete
  2. THIS SITE IS JUST AWESOMEEEE!!!!!!

    WE DNT HAVE ANY WORDS TO EXPRESS THE GOODNESS ABOUT THIS SITE.
    THERE ARE SO MANY GOOD THINGS IN THIS SITE..
    THANK ALOT FOR GIVING ME AND US THIS MUCH USEFULL NOTES

    THANKS IN ADVANCE
    GOD BLESS U

    ReplyDelete
  3. Thank you so much for this shortcut

    ReplyDelete
  4. thanks mam for giving us the shortcut.....

    ReplyDelete
  5. Thank You for teaching with diagrams

    ReplyDelete
  6. best exam preparation site ever :)

    ReplyDelete
  7. asum work yu guyz r duing :)

    ReplyDelete
  8. very well illustrated examples... pls keep it up... thanx a ton..

    ReplyDelete
  9. thank u mam its very helpfull to us......

    ReplyDelete
  10. thank u mam...u r great an awesome...

    ReplyDelete
  11. THANKS FOR ALL LOGICAL EXPLANATIONS........

    ReplyDelete
  12. thank u so much for giving such a great ideas...

    ReplyDelete
  13. thanks for ur great support & short cut hope u r the best

    ReplyDelete
  14. Kindly provide redundant and superfluous concepts in coded relationship.
    Thanks.

    ReplyDelete
  15. hello mam ..it is the also topic of ssc cgl or not?

    ReplyDelete
  16. madam this is nice but how we draw the figure for the relation mother in law and father in law if husband relation is not given please provide some more examples these are easy

    ReplyDelete
  17. madam this is nice but how we draw the figure for mother in law and father in law if husband relation is not given please provide some more examples

    ReplyDelete
  18. this shortcut was immensly helpful. I earlier could not understand how to establish an equation if a relation is given, but thanks to this method my doubts are clear... Thank u sir/madam...

    ReplyDelete

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...