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## Coded Relationship Model Questions – Type I

Directions (1-5): These questions are based on the following information:

P = Q means Q is the father of P

P * Q means P is the sister of Q

P ? Q means Q is the mother of P

P $ Q means P is the bother of Q

P £ Q means Q is the son of P

P x Q means P is the daughter of Q

1. Which of the following is not correct?

A. L $ M * O means O is the sister of L

B. M * O £ P = Q means Q and O are husband and wife

C. P = Q ? R means R is the grandmother of P

D. R x S ? T means R is the grandmother of P

E. None of these

2. Which of the following is correct?

A. L £ M $ R means R is the paternal uncle of L

B. M $ R * D ? V means M is the son of V

C. D ? V x T means D is the granddaughter of T

D. V x T * P means P is the maternal uncle of V

E. None of these

3. Which of the following indicates A is the grandfather of B?

A. M x A = N = B

B. B $ L x Q x A

C. L * B = S $ Q = A

D. B x L x A

E. None of these

4. Which of the following means F is the paternal uncle of G?

A. L = F $ Q £ G

B. G x M * F $ L

C. N $ F $ L x G

D. G x L $ F $ N

E. None of these

5. S x M * B £ L = F ? Q revels which of the following relations?

A. M is the maternal uncle of L

B. L is the granddaughter of Q

C. B is the paternal uncle of S

D. F and B are both brother and sister

E. None of the relations get revealed

Directions (6-8): These questions are based on the following information:

P X Q means P is brother of Q

P – Q means P is sister of Q

P + Q means P is sister of Q

P ÷ Q means P is mother Q

6. Which of the following represents M is nephew of N?

A. N – K + M

B. N X K ÷ M

C. N ÷ K x M

D. N – K + M x T

E. None of these

7. How is T related to D in the expression: H + T ÷ R – D

A. Nephew

B. Niece

C. Nephew of Niece

D. Data inadequate

E. None of these

## Coded Relation Sample Question – Type – II

8. P – Q means Q is son of P and P x Q means P is brother of Q, P ÷ Q means Q is sister of P; and P + Q means P is mother of Q. Which of the following is definitely TRUE about N x K – M ÷ L?

A. K is father of L and M

B. L is the daughter of K and is the niece of her uncle N

C. K is the father of M and L his son and daughter respectively

D. M is the uncle of K’s brother N

E. None of these

9. If P $ Q means P is the father of Q; P # Q means P is the mother of Q; P * Q means P is the sister of Q; then Q is related to N in N # L $ P * Q?

A. Grandson

B. Granddaughter

C. Nephew

D. Data inadequate

E. None of these

10. If P $ Q means P is brother of Q; P # Q means P is mother of Q and P * Q means P is daughter of Q then who is the father of A # B $ C * D?

A. D

B. B

C. C

D. Date inadequate

E. None of these

## More Practice Questions on Logical Reasoning

## Coding Relationship Practice Papers – Type – III

11. A + B means B is brother of A; A x B means B is husband of A; A – B means A is mother of B; and A ÷ B means A is father of B. Then which of the following expression indicates P is grandmother of T?

A. Q – P x R ÷ T

B. P x Q ÷ R – T

C. P x Q ÷ R + T

D. P + Q ÷ R – T

E. None of these

12. P X Q means Q is mother of P; P + Q means P is the father of Q; P – Q means P is brother of Q and P ÷ Q means Q is sister of P. Which of the following means M is niece of T?

A. M ÷ D + T x R

B. T – D + R ÷ M

C. T x D + R ÷ M

D. Cannot be determined

E. None of these

13. P ÷ Q means Q is the father of P; P x Q means P is the sister of Q; P + Q means P is the brother of Q and P –Q means Q is the mother of P. What of the following means R is nephew of T?

A. R + N – Q x T

B. R – Q x N x T

C. R – N x T

D. T + M ÷ R

E. T – Q ÷ R

14. If A $ B means A is brother of B; A @ B means A is wife of B; A # B means A is daughter of B and A * B means A is father of B, then which of the following expressions indicate the relationship U is father-in-law of P?

A. P @ Q $ T # U * W

B. P @ W $ Q * T # U

C. P @ Q $ W * T # U

D. P @ Q $ T # W * U

E. None of these

15. If A + B means A is the sister of B; A x B means A is wife of B; A ÷ B means A is father of B; A – B means A is the brother of B, then which of the following expresses the relationship that T is the daughter of P?

A. P x Q ÷ R + S – T

B. P x Q ÷ R – T + S

C. P x Q ÷ R + T – S

D. P x Q ÷ R + S + T

E. None of these

16. If A + B means A is brother of B; A – B means A is sister of B; A x B means A is wife of B; and A ÷ B means A is father of B, then which of the following indicates S is son of P?

A. P x Q ÷ R + S – T

B. P x Q ÷ S – R + T

C. P x Q ÷ R – T + S

D. P x Q ÷ R – S + T

E. None of these

17. If P x Q means Q is mother of P; P – Q means P is brother of Q; P + Q means P is father of Q; P ÷ Q means Q is sister of P, then which of the following means M is the daughter of K?

A. K + R ÷ M

B. K ÷ M + R

C. K x R ÷ M

D. K – R x M

E. None of these

18. If P + Q means P is mother of Q; P x Q means P is father of Q; P – Q means P is brother of Q and P ÷ Q means Q is wife of P; then which of the following means G is a paternal uncle of S?

A. G – M ÷ T + S

B. G – M + S

C. T x G – Q + S

D. S + M ÷ N – G

E. None of these

19. If P x Q means P is brother of Q; P + Q means Q is mother of P; P – Q means Q is sister of P; and P ÷ Q means P is nephew of R, then which of the following means T is nephew of R?

A. R x J ÷ T

B. R – M + T – J

C. R x J ÷ T x K

D. R – M + T – J

E. None of these

20. If S X T means S is brother of T; S ÷ T means T is father of S; S + T means S is Sister of T; and S – T means S is mother of T, then which of the following means R is the paternal uncle of B?

A. B x Q ÷ L x R

B. B x D ÷ J x R x K

C. R x P ÷ S x B

D. R ÷ K – B

E. None of these