1. Convert jumbled up descriptions:
An indirect description is given in the form of little connections and is required to examine the entire chain of relations and convert the immediate relationships between the persons concerned.
2. Relation puzzle:
One or more than two persons common blood relations are mentioned. The candidate is required to examine the given information, work out on a family chart and later on answer the given questions.
3. Coded relations:
In coded relations, by using certain specific codes or symbols the relationships are represented.
Such symbols or codes are:
+, -, ×, ÷, *, $, @, Ο, £, etc.
Model 2: S and T are brothers. U and V are sisters. S’s son is V’s brother. How is T related to U?
Model 3: George is son of John’s father’s sister. Jack is son of Grace who is mother of Andrew and grandmother of John. Benton is father of Alice and grandfather of George. Grace is wife of Benton. By reading the given data carefully, answer the following questions.
1. How is George related to Grace?
2. How is Andrew’s wife related to Alice?
Model 4: Read the paragraph below and answer the questions.
‘E + F’ means ‘E is the son of F’, ‘E – F’ means ‘E is the wife of F’, ‘E x F’ means ‘E is the brother of F’, ‘E ÷ F’ means ‘ E is the mother of F’ and ‘E = F’ means ‘E is the sister of F’.
1. What does S = T + U mean?
2. What does S + T – U mean?
3. What does S = T ÷ U mean?
4. What does S x T ÷ U mean?
Model 5: If ‘A + B’ means ‘A is the father of B’, ‘A x B’ means ‘A is the brother of B’, ‘A – B’ means ‘A is the mother of B’, then what does R – P + Q mean?