Competitive exams can be tricky when it comes to solving logical reasoning questions and takes time to solve them if you do not practice well enough. The key to solving logical reasoning questions in a jiffy is to attempt as many mock tests as possible and to also have quick tips under your sleeve.
In the previous series, we discussed solving logical reasoning questions related to blood relations. Here is a continuation of the same topic. Can you answer the following questions?
There are 6 people in a room: A, B, C, D, E, F. Consider the following conditions: F is the sister of C; B is the brother of E’s husband; D is the father of A and grandfather of F; E is the daughter-in-law of D. There will be 2 fathers, 1 mother and 3 brothers in the family.
Watch out this space for the answers to the above question.