If teresa's daughter is my daughter's mother, what am I to teresa?
- I am teresa
My answer is
None of those.
Here is the family tree
(A) | (A's daughter) (me) \ / (my daughter)
So A's daughter is my wife.
A is my mother-in-law and I am A's son-in-law.
So I am none of those relations to A, and I am not Teresa because I am a man.
A has a daughter which is your daughter mother.
(A's daughter) [you]
\ / (your daughter)
won't you be:
neither of the choice? But probably you're A's son in law?
Using the information given, I am teresa's daughter.
We are given the information that we are in the middle generation, and out of the choices given, 2 is the only one that fits that criteria.
Well, let's break the sentence down:
"If Teresa's daughter is my daughter's mother, what am I to Teresa?" So daughter's mother means me. So we replace it. "If Teresa's daughter is me, what am I to Teresa?" So obviously, you are Teresa's daughter. That is not one of the question choices.
So the resulting answer is:
None of the above.