How is E related to D?

I. D is the son of A’s wife who is the daughter of E’s wife.

II. E’s wife is mother-in-law of D’s mother.

From I alone, we can find out that E is the grandfather of D. From II alone, we can find out that E is the grandfather of D. Therefore, either statement I or statement II is sufficient to answer the question.

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