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Question
```1 apple = 6 rupees(indian currency)1 orange 3 rupees and 1
lemon 10 paise. i wan to buy 100 fruits(above mentioned)for
100 rupees. tell me how much quantity of apple orange and
lemon will be buy for 100 rupees. this is serious qstn.help
me plzz????????
```
Question Submitted By :: Sankar
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```100 apples 100*6=60
100 orange 100*3=30
100 lemon 100*10=10
total =100```

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Amudha

`13 apples,7 oranges and 10 lemons`

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Guest

`1apple, 29 oranges, 70 lemons.`

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Priti Sahu

`10,10,100`

0
Pavan

`1apple, 29 oranges, 70 lemons. Priti Sahu is correct`

0
Sankar

```the answer is
10 apples , 10 0ranges, and 100 lemons

solution:

10 apples   10*6=60 rupees
10 0ranges  10*3=30 rupees
it is given 1 lemon =10 paise i.e for 10 rupees we get 100 lemons so
100 lemons  100*0.10=10 rupees```

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Surendra

Question
```Given 3 jabs A,B,C with capacities 10L 8L 5 L
You can get water from tap or pour away the water in the jar
1. How do you get 9L in jar A?
2. How do you get 7L in jar B?```
Question Submitted By :: Sylvia
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`Fill 10L jar. From 10L fill 8L jar. 2L remains in the 10L jar.  Put this 2L in 5L jar. Repeat the process to get 4L water in 5L jar. Pour this 4L into 10L jar and 5L more to get 9L in 10L jar. Similarly add 2L and 5L in the 8L jar to make 7L in jar B.`

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Srijan

```first fill the jar A with 10L jab and 8L
jab and now from this18L water take out
8L water from 8L jab.
for jar B fill the water from10L jab and
now take out 8L water from 8L jab and
pour 5L water from 5L jab.```

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Priti Sahu

```1.Pour 8L water in JAb B, out of that pour 5 L in Jab C and
remaining 3 L in Jab A. Empty Jab B and C in the Jar and
Repeate the same process twice and you have 9L in Jab A
2. Take 10 L water in JAb A and pour 8L In Jab B leaving 2
L in Jab A. Empty Jab B in Jar. Now pour the 2 L water from
JAb A in to JAb B and take 5 L water in JAb C and pour it
in JAb B.```

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Kl

Question
```one hen and its three kids where cross the road and one kid
said we all seven cross road sucessfully,how seven?```
Question Submitted By :: Mit
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```one hen and its 3 kids with dere 3 wife's...;)
7....```

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Prakash

`The kid saying they all seven cross road successfully is not the member of the hen and its three kids. There are two groups. One group consist of the hen and its three kids and the other group consist of seven.`

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Hardik J Parekh

```they are kids can say
anything.```

0
Gaurav

`Kid is weak in math`

0
Pintu

`the kid said that hum sath par kar gaye.`

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Jitesh

Question
```7)	Jane works at a fashion design company, and is
having problems getting dressed for work. She refuses to
wear any color combination that does not go well together as
many of her clients may look down upon this.

She has two pairs of skirts, brown and blue; three blouses,
white, sky blue, and gray; four pairs of stockings, red,
black, brown, and blue; and two pairs of shoes, black and
brown.

The blue skirt cannot be worn with red or brown stockings.
Gray does not go well with brown.
Black does not go well with brown.

If Jane wears black shoes she will not wear:

a)	red stockings.
b)	a blue skirt.
c)	a white blouse.
d)	blue stockings.
e)	a sky blue blouse.

8)	Jane works at a fashion design company, and is
having problems getting dressed for work. She refuses to
wear any color combination that does not go well together as
many of her clients may look down upon this.

She has two pairs of skirts, brown and blue; three blouses,
white, sky blue, and gray; four pairs of stockings, red,
black, brown, and blue; and two pairs of shoes, black and
brown.

The blue skirt cannot be worn with red or brown stockings.
Gray does not go well with brown.
Black does not go well with brown.

If Jane is color blind and is unable to determine what
outfits went well together, how many possible clothing
combinations could she have?

a)	24
b)	32
c)	36
d)	44
e)	48

9)	Jane works at a fashion design company, and is
having problems getting dressed for work. She refuses to
wear any color combination that does not go well together as
many of her clients may look down upon this.

She has two pairs of skirts, brown and blue; three blouses,
white, sky blue, and gray; four pairs of stockings, red,
black, brown, and blue; and two pairs of shoes, black and
brown.

The blue skirt cannot be worn with red or brown stockings.
Gray does not go well with brown.
Black does not go well with brown.

If Jane wears a brown skirt and a white blouse, she could:

a)	not wear blue stockings.
b)	not wear brown shoes.
c)	not wear black shoes.
d)	wear blue stockings.
e)	wear red stockings.

10)	Jane works at a fashion design company, and is
having problems getting dressed for work. She refuses to
wear any color combination that does not go well together as
many of her clients may look down upon this.

She has two pairs of skirts, brown and blue; three blouses,
white, sky blue, and gray; four pairs of stockings, red,
black, brown, and blue; and two pairs of shoes, black and
brown.

The blue skirt cannot be worn with red or brown stockings.
Gray does not go well with brown.
Black does not go well with brown.

Jane buys a gray scarf. If she wears the new scarf, then she
could:

a)	not wear blue stockings.
b)	not wear brown stockings.
c)	not wear black shoes.
d)	wear a white blouse.
e)	wear black stockings.

11)	Jane works at a fashion design company, and is
having problems getting dressed for work. She refuses to
wear any color combination that does not go well together as
many of her clients may look down upon this.

She has two pairs of skirts, brown and blue; three blouses,
white, sky blue, and gray; four pairs of stockings, red,
black, brown, and blue; and two pairs of shoes, black and
brown.

The blue skirt cannot be worn with red or brown stockings.
Gray does not go well with brown.
Black does not go well with brown.

Jane will never wear:

a)	blue and red together.
b)	white and red together.
c)	gray and blue together.
d)	white and black together.
e)	white and red together.
```
Question Submitted By :: Donjnv
This Interview Question Asked @   Accenture
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`7.red,8. 48,9.not wear black shoes,10.not wear brown stokings,11.blue and red together`

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Sourav Karan

Question
```in a family there are 5 members viz. parents and 3
children. the member are A,B,C,D AND E out of which 2 are
males and 3 are females. A has 3 childerns, 2 daughters and
1 son. c in B's son. A in D's father.
1.how is E related to B?
2.who is D's mother?
give me solution plese.```
Question Submitted By :: Va
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```E is B's daughter.
B is D'S mother.```

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Va

```E is B's daughter.
B is D'S mother.```

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Priyanka

Question
```In how many ways can we put numbers 1 to 9 without repeating
in a 3*3 matrix,so that the sum of all elements in any row and
column and diagonal is 15??```
Question Submitted By :: Mehta.saurabhj@gmail.com
This Interview Question Asked @   Amazon , AMAZON, Satyam
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```4 9 2
3 5 7
8 1 6```

2
Kk

`I said in how many ways..it means there is more than one way possibly more than 100..So I am expecting a generalized solution..Not a specific solution as you mentioned above..Thanx for your contribution...`

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Mehta.saurabhj@gmail.com
[Accenture]

```1) 4 9 2
3 5 7
8 1 6

2) 2 7 6
9 5 1
4 3 8

3) 6 1 8
7 5 3
2 9 4

4) 8 3 4
1 5 9
6 7 2```

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Kushal
[Accenture]

```1) 4 9 2
3 5 7
8 1 6

2) 2 7 6
9 5 1
4 3 8

3) 6 1 8
7 5 3
2 9 4

4) 8 3 4
1 5 9
6 7 2

5)8 1 6
3 5 7
4 9 2

6) 6 7 2
1 5 9
8 3 4

7) 2 9 4
7 5 3
6 1 8

8) 4 3 8
9 5 1
2 7 6```

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Abhishek
[Accenture]

```4         3         8
9         5         1
2         7         6```

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Guest
[Accenture]

```4 5 6
7 5 3
4 5 6```

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Himanshu Dagar
[Accenture]

Question
```You have only one container full of water. You didnt have any
marker or measurement device.
Find the half of the container.```
Question Submitted By :: Jawahir Kashim
This Interview Question Asked @   Oracle , SOLITON
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```Pour water from the container. Till the water surface touch
the opposite end at the bottom diagonally.
Then the remaining water will be half.```

5
Neethu

`tilt the container 45 degrees;`

3
Kesav

```first i have release the water and make noticing the time..if
it take 2 hours means.
next again i fill the container and again release the water
and stopped in 1 hour (half of the time).```

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Pks

Question
```At ADVANTAGE, all inhabitants are liar; but not all the
time. Males speak the truth in the morning and lie in the
afternoon. Females lie in the morning and speak the truth in
the afternoon. Three inhabitants are asked the time of day.
Two are female and one is male. They respond as follow:

A. If asked, B would claim it is morning.
B. If asked, C would claim it is morning.
C. If asked, A would claim it is afternoon.

Is it morning or afternoon? What is the gender of each
inhabitants?```
Question Submitted By :: Mufzil
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```It is afternoon.
A and C are female; B is male.

See for yourself:
This means that A and C are telling the truth, so 1. "B will claim it is morning" and 2."A would claim it is afternoon".
B is male, and he is lying, so 3. "C would claim it is morning" should be false.

1. B is male and it is the afternoon, so he is lying when he says it is morning - thus it is the afternoon.

2. A would claim it is afternoon, which is right. A tells the truth and it is afternoon.

3. C, a truth teller, would claim it is afternoon not morning, so the statement is false which holds with B's afternoon lying habit.```

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Anonymous

Question
```15 people--each has to pay Rs.20.. 20 people--each has to pay
Rs.18.. for 40 people--how much has to pay```
Question Submitted By :: Guest
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`10 rs for 40 as 2 rs decrease from 20 to 15 ppl decrementing two nd incrementing ppl number by 5`

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Pooja

```15*20 = 300
20*18 = 360
so for 5 people 60Rs is increased, so for 40 people total
amount is 600. And each one want to pay 15Rs```

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Neethu

```for 15 people they are paying 15*20=300
for 20 they are paying 20*18=360
So for 5 people 60rs extre they are paying
for each person 60/5=12

for 40 perple they will pay 300 + (40-15)*12
300+ 300=600

soo per person 600/40=15```

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Ritesh

```Answer is Rs 16 each

Explanation:
For 15 members = Rs 20 each
For 20 members = Rs 18 each
4/3 of the members increased = 1/10 of the amount decreased
For 40 members = ?
8/3 of the members increased = 2/10 of the amount decreased
For 40 members = Rs 16 each```

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Deiva

```15 - 20/-(each)
20 - 18/-(each)
25 - 16/-(each)
30 - 14/-(each)
35 - 12/-(each)
40 -> 10/-(each)
total => 40 * 10 => 400/-```

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Rusty

Question
```Hi Friends,
Myself shiwani i had 11 years gap in my study and rite now i
am 26 years,i enrolled myself in b.com and rite now i am in
my second year and also pursuing CS(company secretary)and
doing job in accounts department drawing 25000/-p.m,after
completing my graduation and some level of cs module,would
like to apply in mnc,would it matter to them that i had 11
Question Submitted By :: Shiwani Vaishnav Singh
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```when did u dropped your studies ?. If it before 9th standard
its is fine -OR- you should have valid reason for the gap.```

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Abilash

`Dnt wary,nthng wil hpn,al wil,bt u hv to stdy wel,4 beging,dn al wl r8.`

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Rupesh

Question
```5+3+2=151012
9+2+4=183662
8+6+3=482466
5+4+5=202504
7+2+5=?```
Question Submitted By :: Ravinanu
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```5+3+2=151012
how
suppose in a,b and c
a*b
a*c
(a+c)*b and then reverse it
5*3=15
5*2=10
(5+2)*3=21 reverse is 12
final output is 151012
similarly

"7+2+5=143542"```

5
Manish Kumar Garg

`7+2+5=143524`

1
Parthi

`143552`

0
Manish

`143542`

0
Delli

Question
```Solve this Murder case (challenge)..
A man was found murdred on 02/10/2010 wednesday afternon at 2:10pm in his house...... His wife called police.. Police questioned everyone..
Wife: I was sleeping..
Neighbours: We went 4 the marriage..
Driver: I went to Bank..
Cooker: I went to Market..
Watch Man: I went to My relations Marriage..
Police arrested murderer immediately..
Who was it?
with correct reason"```
Question Submitted By :: Guest
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```driver was the murderer because 2/10/2010 was national
holiday  no bank will operate on that day,means bankholiday.```

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Binod

`Wife`

0
Ashwany Kumar

`Driver`

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Guest

```WIFE IN CONNIVANCE WITH DRIVER. Becoz, when the husband was
murdered in the house and the wife was very much
present(sleeping), there should be some scuffle between the
husband and hearing the noise it is natural for the wife to
awake. and the driver being a liar he cannot go to the bank
on a bank holiay.```

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Quraishi

```driver can take cash from ATM also,

ANS is COOK bcoz in india oct 2nd means gandhi jayanti holiday means wine shop closed```

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Venkat

```Answer is Driver.
Because, bank is closed on the 2nd October as it is Gandhi Jayanti. Driver is  liar.```

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Apti King

Question
```All of the tickets for 2 music concerts, X and Y, were
either purchased or given away, and the ratio of X tickets
to Y was 2 to 1. Of the total number of X tickets and Y
tickets, what percentage was purchased?

1) The total number of X tickets and Y tickets, is 240.

2) Of the X tickets, exactly 60% were purchased, and of the
Y tickets, exactly 80% were purchased.

a)	if statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement
(2) alone is not sufficient to answer the question.
b)	if statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement
(1) alone is not sufficient to answer the question.
c)	if BOTH statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are
statement ALONE is sufficient.
d)	if EACH statement ALONE is sufficient to answer the
e)	if statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are NOT
specific to the problem are needed.
```
Question Submitted By :: Manbumihumanavan Saravanan
This Interview Question Asked @   Microsoft
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```X/Y=2/1
SO X=2Y

X+Y=240
SO, 2Y+Y=240
THEREFORE, Y=80 AND X=160

PURCHASED ARE== 60/100X+80/100Y

SO CAN EASILY FIND OUT

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Sakshi Gupta

```Since "what percentage was purchased" is asked it means we obviously need the total number of tickets so PART 1 is needed.
Now, to determine the number of tickets purchased( Both X and Y) we again obviously need PART 2.
Alone no PART can give solution to problem.

X=2Y
So, 3y=240.
X=80 and Y=160.
Now 0.6 of X is purchased so purchased ticket=96 and
0.8 of Y is purchased so here purchased ticket = 64.

%PURCHASED = (96+64)/240.```

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Anurag

```X:Y=2:1
=> X=2Y

Lets consider point 1 alone
X + Y = 240
3Y = 240
Y = 80
Nothing can be concuded further from point 1 alone

Now lets consider point 2 alone
number of X tickets purchased = 60% of X
= 0.6X = 1.2Y (since X=2Y)

number of Y tickets purchased = 80% of Y
= 0.8Y

total tickets purchased = 1.2Y + 0.8Y = 2Y
total number of tickets = X + Y = 2Y + Y = 3Y

% of tickets purchased = (2Y/3Y)*100 = 66.66%```

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Kushal

```I think b should be answer.
as x:y=2:1 (given)
let x be 200 & y be 100.
now,60% of 200 is 120 and 80% of 100 is 80. Accordingly 200 out of 300 tickets were sold that is 66.67%.In this way 1) is not required .Also if we take x= 2y (x & y be  tickets sold of concerts X & Y)
Tickets sold of x concert be 12y/10(60 % of 2y) and of y concert be  8y/10 (80% of y).total tickets sold are 2y out of 3y.It also gives you 66.67%.```

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Aayushi Khandelwal

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