Practice Coded Blood Relationship Questions and Answers

Coded Blood Relationship

Blood Relations topic is a subset of the larger Verbal Reasoning section of the syllabus. Blood relations questions are fairly straightforward as the name itself suggests. A number of persons or characters are provided in the question and candidates are asked to determine how one particular character is related to another. Blood Relations questions can be of various types- direct relationships, coded relationships, family tree constructions, etc. Of these, questions based on direct relations and coded relationships are the most common. Questions based on Blood Relations are evaluated in examinations such as SBI PO, SBI Clerk, RBI Grade B, RBI Assistant, IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, SEBI Grade A, IBPS SO, NHB, PFRDA Grade A, NABARD Grade A and NABARD Grade B among others.

In Coded Blood Relations, the relationships between people are represented through codes or symbols. The goal of these problems is to determine the relationships between individuals based on information provided in the form of coded statements. For example, a code such as "A + B" might represent "A is the father of B." These types of problems test a person's ability to analyze and understand the relationships between variables and use logical deduction to solve the problem.

The following types of questions can be formed on the basis of Coded Blood Relations:

  • Coding- Assigning symbols or codes to represent relationships between individuals in a family tree.
  • Decoding: Determining the relationship between individuals based on the codes provided.
  • Inference: Making logical deductions and conclusions based on the information given in the problem.
  • Identifying the Missing Information: Using the information provided to determine missing information such as the relationship between two individuals.
  • These types of problems can range from simple to complex, and can test an individual's ability to analyze relationships, understand the meaning of codes and symbols, and use logic and deduction to solve problems.

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