### Quiz #2 – Answer Key

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Below you will find the answer key to Quiz #2. All answers are in standard format.

Each question is worth 1 point for a total of 15 points.

• An answer in which even a single heir received inheritance when he/she was supposed to be deprived will receive 0 points.
• An answer in which even a single heir was deprived when he/she was supposed to receive inheritance will receive 0 points.
• An answer in which even a single heir received more or less than their due share will receive 0 points.
• An answer in which even a single heir was assigned a non-whole number of portions (i.e. 1.5 portions, 2.33 portions, 1/2 a portion etc.) will receive 0 points.
• An answer in which a higher base number (and hence, different portions) is used, but ultimately the fractions of portions over base number come out to be equal to the ones in the answer key will receive 1/2 a point. This is because using a higher than necessary base number – although it will get you to the correct answer – is considered inefficient and “bad” inheritance problem-solving practice.
• All answers to the unborn baby scenarios in which only one case (either the male or female) is correct will receive 1/2 a point. Of course, if both are incorrect, that’s 0 points.
• All answers to the mafqood scenarios in which only one of the two final answers is correct will receive 1/2 a point. Of course, if both are incorrect, that’s 0 points.
• A completely correct answer (with same base number and portions used as in the answer key) will receive 1 point.

Answer #1: This was an unborn baby problem. Both the male and female case answers are given below.

Male (Haqeeqi nephew): The estate will be divided into 6 equal portions:

The Husband gets 3 portions.
The Maternal grandmother gets 1 portion.
The Haqeeqi nephew gets 2 portions.

The rest are all deprived.

Female (Haqeeqi niece): The estate will be divided into 6 equal portions:

The Husband gets 3 portions.
The Maternal grandmother gets 3 portions.

The rest are all deprived (including the haqeeqi niece herself).

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Answer #2: The estate will be divided into 12 equal portions:

Each Wife gets 1 portion.
The Mother gets 2 portions.
Each Akhyaafi brother gets 2 portions.
The Khuntha mushkil gets 3 portions.

The rest are all deprived.

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Answer #3: The estate will be divided into 9 equal portions:

Each Haqeeqi sister gets 3 portions.
Each Akhyaafi brother gets 1 portion.

The rest are all deprived.

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Answer #4: The estate will be divided into 8 equal portions:

Each Wife will get 1 portion.
The Father will get 4 portions.
The Mother will get 2 portions.

The rest are all deprived.

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Answer #5: The estate will be divided into 120 equal portions:

Each Wife will get 5 portions.
The Son will get 42 portions.
Each Daughter will get 21 portions.

5 portions will be set aside for the mafqood in case she returns.

The rest are all deprived.

Answer in the case that the mafqood is declared dead: The estate will be re-divided into 80 equal portions:

Each Wife will get 5 portions.
The Son will get 28 portions.
Each Daughter will get 14 portions.

The rest are all deprived.

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[This was a munaasakha problem. All heirs are referred to by their final state i.e. their relation with the final mayyit]

The Haqeeqi brother (son B of first mayyit) receives \$42,000.
The Son (grandson of first mayyit) receives \$68,000.

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Answer #7: The estate will be divided into 6 equal portions:

The Husband/Haqeeqi paternal uncles son gets 4 portions.
The Akhyaafi brother gets 1 portion.
The Maternal grandmother gets 1 portion.

The rest are all deprived.

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Answer #8: This was an unborn baby problem. Both the male and female case answers are given below.

Male (Grandson): The estate will be divided into 24 equal portions:

The Wife gets 3 portions.
The Paternal grandmother gets 4 portions.
The Grandson gets 17 portions.

The rest are all deprived.

Female (Granddaughter): The estate will be divided into 96 equal portions:

The Wife gets 12 portions.
The Paternal grandmother gets 21 portions.
The Granddaughter gets 63 portions.

The rest are all deprived.

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Answer #9: The estate will be divided into 72 equal portions:

The Allaati sister receives 3 portions.

The rest are all deprived.

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Answer #10: The estate will be divided into 24 equal portions:

The Husband will receive 6 portions.
The Daughter will receive 8 portions.
The Khuntha mushkil will receive 8 portions.
Each Grandson will receive 1 portion.

The rest are all deprived.

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Answer #11: The estate will be divided into 6 equal portions:

The Husband gets 3 portions.
The Father gets 2 portions.
The Mother gets 1 portion.

The rest are all deprived.

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Answer #12: The estate will be divided into 24 equal portions:

The Wife gets 3 portions.
Each Granddaughter gets 8 portions.
The Akhyaafi brother/Haqeeqi paternal uncles son gets 5 portions.

The rest are all deprived.

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Answer #13:  The estate will be divided into 6 equal portions:

The Paternal grandmother gets 1 portion.
The Paternal grandfather gets 1 portion.
Each Granddaughter gets 2 portions.

The rest are all deprived. A share is NOT set aside for the mafqood.

Answer in the case that the mafqood returns: The estate will be re-divided into 6 equal portions.

The Paternal grandmother gets 1 portion.
The Paternal grandfather gets 1 portion.
The Mafqood son (now returned) gets 4 portions.

The rest are all deprived.

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Answer #14: The estate will be divided into 6 equal portions:

The Mother gets 1 portion.
The Father gets 2 portions.
The Husband gets 3 portions.

The rest are all deprived.

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[This was a munaasakha problem. All heirs are referred to by their final state i.e. their relation with the final mayyit]

The Son-in-Law (husband of second mayyit) will receive \$9,000.

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If you got a perfect 15/15, then masha’Allah, that is quite impressive as this quiz was a bit challenging.

For those who got anything lower than a perfect score, you must do your best to:

1. Understand why you got the particular question(s) wrong and;
2. Correct them before moving on and learning new material.

## 2 thoughts on “Quiz #2 – Answer Key”

Qari said:
December 29, 2015 at 8:35 AM