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If $\text{P+Q}$ mẹans $\text{P}$ is the mother of $\text{Q . P # Q}$ means $\text{P}$ is the father of $\text{Q. P – Q}$ means $\text{P}$ is the sister of $\text{Q}$, then which of the following relationship shows that $\text{M}$ is the daughter of $\text{R}?$ 

  1. $\text{R # M + N}$
  2. $\text{R + N # M}$
  3. $\text{R - M # N}$
  4. None of these
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Option (A) is correct.

$R\#M+N$: $R\#M$ means R is the father of M (R is male).$M+N$ means M is the mother of Q. M is the daughter of R and Q is grand child of R.
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