# Quiz Symbolic Coded Relations Reasoning 10 # Symbolic Coded Relations Reasoning 10

The coded relations can be asked with reference to the blood relations. These are actually the easier collection or group of questions.

Let you practice with the best of the latest pattern questions, here is the Blood Relation Reasoning Quiz based on the latest competitive exams pattern.

Coded Relations will be asked to find the relation between another set of values. Fortunately, we have a pattern for such questions for IBPS or SBI PO and SO exams.

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1. ‘A \$ B’ means ‘A is the mother of B’.
2. ‘A # B’ means ‘A is the father of B’
3. ‘A @ B’, means ‘A is the husband of B’.
4. ‘A % B’ means ‘A is the daughter of B’

Question:

(i) P @ Q \$ M # T indicates what relationship of P with T?

(A) Paternal grandmother

(B) Paternal grandfather

(C) Maternal grandmother

(D) Maternal grandfather

(B) Paternal grandfather

Explanation
P @ Q \$ M # T means P is the husband of Q who is the mother of M who is father of T. i.e. P is T is son of M who is son of P and Q. P is thus paternal grandfather of T. Hence, the answer is (B) Paternal grandfather.

(ii) Which of the following expression indicates ‘R is the sister of H’?

(A) H \$ D @ F # R

(B) H % D @ F \$ R

(C) R % D @ F \$ H

(D) R \$ D @ F # H

(C) R % D @ F \$ H

Explanation
R is the sister of H means R is the daughter of F and D. Therefore first eliminate those options which shows the relationship of F or D with R other than that of a father (@) or mother (\$) or conversely R with F or D other than that of a daughter (%). Option 1 and 4 can be eliminated by this check.

In option 2 and 3 all the relationship appear logically. However in option 2 it is not possible to determine whether R is male or female as R is shown as daughter of D and F. Option 3 be correctly establishes R as sister of H. Hence the answer is (C) R % D @ F \$ H.

(iii) If F @ D % K # H, then how is F related to H?

(A) Brother-in-law

(B) Sister

(C) Sister-in-law

(D) Cannot be determined

(A) Brother-in-law

Explanation
F @ D % K # H means F is the husband of D who is the daughter of K who is the father of H i.e. F is the husband of D who is the sister of H i.e. F is H’s brother-in-law. Hence, the answer is (A) Brother-in-law.

(iv) Which of the following expressions indicates ‘H is the brother of N’?

(A) H # R \$ D \$ N

(B) N % F @ D \$ H # R

(C) N % F @ D \$ H

(D) N % F @ D % H

(B) N % F @ D \$ H # R

Explanation
N daughter of F who is husband of D who is mother of H who is father of R. N and H are thus siblings of the parents F and D. H is male (father of R). H is brother of N. The option is correct.

As the correct option is found and there is actually no need to verify the third and fourth options. However, if you have time and want to be absolutely sure, they can also be checked. Hence, the answer is (B) N % F @ D \$ H # R.

Question: In a certain code ‘K + J’ means K is the brother of J, ‘K – J’ means K is the mother of J and ‘K x J’ means K is the father of J. Which of the following means A is the nephew of C in that code?

(A) A + B x C

(B) A x C + B

(C) C + B x A

(D) C x B + A

(C) C + B x A

Question: In a certain code ‘Z – P’ means Z is the father of ‘P’, ‘P + Q’ means ‘P’ is the mother of ‘Q’, ‘J x Q’ means ‘J’ is the brother of ‘Q’ and ‘Q ÷ z’ means ‘Q’ is the grand daughter of ‘Z’. What is the relation of ‘Z’ to ‘J’?

(A) Grandson

(B) Grandmother

(C) Grandfather

(D) Father

(C) Grandfather

Question: ‘A + B’ means A is the brother of B, ‘A x B’ means A is the mother of B and ‘A ÷ B’ means A is the sister of B. which of the following would mean X is the maternal Uncle of Y?

(A) X + A x Y

(B) X x B ÷ Y

(C) X ÷ A + Y

(D) X x A ÷ Y

(A) X + A x Y

Question: If ‘A + B’ means A is the mother of B, ‘A ÷ B’ means A is the brother of B, ‘A x B’ means A is the son of B and ‘A – B’ means A is the sister of B. which of the following would mean C is the sister of D?

(A) D x E – C

(B) D + E x C

(C) C – E ÷ D

(D) C + E ÷ D

(C) C – E ÷ D

Question: If ‘A + b’ means A is sister of B, ‘A x B’ means B is mother of A, ‘A ÷ B’ means B is the father of A, ‘A – B’ means A is the brother of B then which is correct about this relation ‘P – Q + R ÷ N x T’?

(A) T is the sister of Q

(B) P is the father of N

(C) P is the brother of R

(D) R is the daughter of T

(C) P is the brother of R

Question: If ‘A \$ B’ means A is the brother of B, ‘A ≠ B’ means B is the father of A and ‘A α B’ means B is the mother of A, then find out relation which is A is the Grandfather of B.

(A) B \$ C α D ≠ A

(B) A ≠ D \$ C α B

(C) B ≠ C \$ D α A

(D) None of these

(D) None of these

Question: If ‘P + Q’ means P is the daughter of Q, ‘P – Q’ means P is the brother of Q, ‘P ÷ Q’ means P is the father of Q and ‘P P Q’ means P is the sister of Q, then find which of the meanings of ‘I is niece of J’.

(A) J – N ÷ C x I

(B) I x C – N ÷ J

(C) J + M x C ÷ I

(D) I x C + N – J

(D) I x C + N – J

1. ‘M % N’ means M is the husband of N.
2. ‘M \$ N’ means M is the daughter of N.
3. ‘M @ N’ means M is the mother of N.

Question:

(i) If ‘A @ D @ F %N’ is given, which is not correct given statement?

(A) F is the son of D

(B) D is mother-in-law of N

(C) N is the daughter of D

(D) F is the husband of N

(C) N is the daughter of D

(ii) Which is exactly correct ‘A is mother-in-law of C’?

(A) D % A @ M %C

(B) A @ M @ C

(C) M %C \$ A

(D) C \$ M % D @ A

(A) D % A @ M %C

(iii) In which of the following meaning ‘P is the son of Z’?

(A) Z % Y @ P

(B) Z @ P %Y

(C) Z @ P

(D) Z @ P @ Y