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Value Labs Interview Questions

Two trains 200 miles apart are traveling toward each other along the same track. Two trains have the same speed 100MPH. A bee is hovering just above the nose of the first train. It buzzes from the first train to the second train, turns around immediately, flies back to the first train, and turns around again. It goes on flying back and forth between the two trains until they collide. If the bee's speed is twice the speed of two trains, how far will it travel?

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In a class 80% have passed in English, 70% passed Hindi, 10% didn't pass either. If 144 students passed both the subjects. What is the total strength of the class?

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Tell me how long is a day on saturn?

55

What is query folding in power query?

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Can anyone list out major scenarios for an application managing drug composition?

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What are the electrical engineer roles and responsibilities in chemical plant?

907

Explain the significance of keys in react?

43

What is meant by cartesian coordinate system?

448

How do I copy slides to disk?

265

How does singleton class work?

296

State difference between analog and digital signals.

346

Can you pass same core data objects between different threads and modify?

270

why IT?

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what are the advanced features of functions a) function declaration and prototypes b) calling functions by value or by reference c) recursion d) all the above

414

Mention what is the technology used by vb script?

305

How to compute minimum number of columns required for a site from area of site?

1288

what will be the output of the given below coding. using System; public class Exercise { static void OddNumbers(int a) { if (a >= 1) { Console.Write("{0}, ", a); a -= 2; OddNumbers(a); } } public static int Main() { const int Number = 9; Console.WriteLine("Odd Numbers"); OddNumbers(Number); Console.WriteLine(); return 0; } }

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