Blood Relation Problem Solving Short Tricks

Blood Relation Problem Solving Short Tricks

In Blood Relations problem certain data are mentioned about the members of the family, Based on that info we need to find out the relationship between any particular member of the family with other members of the family.
Most of the questions of the blood, relations are based on hierarchies of different generations of the family.
So you must have clear ideas about those level of the hierarchy.
Below is the list of all those level of hierarchies which are frequently used in blood relation quiz. After learning these tips to solve blood relations questions you can score well in your competitive exams.

Level of Generation
Female  Members
Male Members
-4G
(3  generations  above you)
Great grandmother
Maternal great grandmother
Great grandmother-in-law
Great grandfather, Maternal great grandfather,
Great grandfather-
in-law
-3G
(2 generations above you)
Grandmother
Maternal grandmother
Grandmother-in-law
Grandfather,
Maternal grandfather,
Grandfather-in-law
-2G
(1 generation above you)
Mother, Aunt, Maternal aunt, Mother-in-law
Father, Uncle,
Maternal uncle, Father-in-law
You/Oneself
Wife, Sister, Cousin,
Sister-in-law
Husband, Brother,
Cousin, Brother-in-law
2G [2nd Generation]
(1  generation below you)
Daughter, Niece,
Daughter-in-law
Son, Nephew, Son-in-law
3G [3rd Generation]
(2 generations below you)
Granddaughter,
Grand daughter-in-law
Grandson, Grand son-in-law
4G [4th Generation]
(3  generations below you)
Great-granddaughter,
Great granddaughter-in-law
Great-grandson,
Great grandson-in-law


Most Commonly used family relation for Blood Relation Quiz.

Relative details
Relation
Father of grandfather / Father of grandmother
Great grandfather
Mother of grandfather / Mother of  grandmother
Great grandmother
Father of father or Father of mother
Grandfather
Mother of father or Mother of mother
Grandmother
Wife of grandfather
Grandmother
Husband of grandmother
Grandfather
Father-in-law of father/mother
Grandfather
Mother-in-law of father/mother
Grandmother
Father’s father/mother only
Father
Only daughter-in-law of father’s father/father’s mother
Mother
Husband of mother
Father
Wife of father
Mother
Second wife of the father
Stepmother
Brother of father
Uncle
Brother of mother
Maternal Uncle
Sister of father
Aunt
Sister of mother
Maternal Aunt
Husband of aunt
Uncle
Wife of uncle
Aunt
Son of grandfather/grandmother
Father/Uncle
Daughter of father-in-law/mother-in-law of father
Mother/Aunt
Father of wife/husband
Father-in-law
Mother of wife/husband
Mother-in-law
Children of the same parents
Siblings
Father’s/Mother’s only son/daughter
Oneself
Son of father or mother
Brother
Daughter of father or mother
Sister
Son of the second wife of the father
Stepbrother
Daughter of the second wife of the father
Stepsister
Son/daughter of uncle/aunt
Cousin
Brother of husband/wife
Brother-in-law
Sister of husband/wife
Sister-in-law
Husband of sister/sister-in-law
Brother-in-law
Son of father
Oneself/Brother
Mother of son/daughter
Oneself/Wife
Father of daughter/son
Oneself/husband
Son of the son of grandmother/grandfather
Brother/Oneself /Cousin
Daughter of the son of grandmother/grandfather
Cousin/Oneself /Sister
Son of brother or sister
Nephew
Daughter of brother/sister
Niece
Grandson of father/mother
Son/Nephew
Granddaughter of father/mother
Daughter or Niece
Husband of daughter
Son-in-law
Wife of brother/brother-in-law
Sister-in-law
Wife of son
Daughter-in-law
Son of Son/Daughter
Grandson
Daughter of son/Daughter
Granddaughter
Son’s/Daughter’s grandson
Great Grandson
Son’s/Daughter’s granddaughter
Great-granddaughter


Always Use the following Representation to specify gender

Symbolic Representation
Gender
   (Plus Sign inside a circle)
Male
ϴ   (Minus Sign inside circle)
Female

Note:
Never Assume gender just by their name until it is clearly mentioned in the given statement.
Eg:- “Mona” means not a male or female until clearly stated.


Always Use the following Representation to specify the relation between different members of the family

Symbolic Representation
Relations
A
½
B
A is father/ mother of B
Or B is son/daughter of A
Or A and B are of Different generation.
P—Q
P and Q  are siblings (Brother Sister)
M<—>N
(Double-headed arrow)
Husband Wife (Married Couple) Relation between M and N

Note:
The same level represents the same generation.
The different level represents a different generation.

After understanding the above ShortCut Let us see a few examples to implement those tricks.
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