Sharpen your logical skills with this riddle.

There is a family of six people A, B, C, D, E & F.

F and C are brother and sister.

B is the brother of E’s husband.

D is the father of A and grandfather of F.

How many male members are there in this family?

**Answer:**

We can roughly draw a family tree from the statements given.

D is the father of A and grandfather of F.

So, A is the parent of F.

C and F are siblings and are children of A.

B is the brother of E’s husband.

Since there can be only one mother as C & F are children and D is the father and B is the brother.

A and E have to be married.

So A is also a male.

So D, A, B and F are the males in the family.

**Answer = 4**

I do not get this could you explain a bit more

At least 3 males..(B & D for sure, & either F or C)…!!!