## Three Simple Aptitude Problems

Dear Reader, Below are three simple aptitude problems for you to practice. Though these are very simple, you can expect these types of questions as well sporadically on placement papers.

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## Three Problems On Ratios

Dear Reader, Below are three problems dealing with ratios. You will find them useful for your preparation.

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## Four Tech Interview Practice Questions

Dear Reader, Below are four sample tech interview questions dealing with OS, memory management etc.

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## Simple Days Based Logical Problems

Dear Reader, below are 4 simple logical problems on estimating dates/days.

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## 3 Ages Equation Solving Problems

Dear Reader, below are three age problems for practice. Second one requires a bit of thinking when compared to first and third problems which are quite easy.

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Stalin Raj is twice as old as Arunagiri Raj but was thrice as old as Arunagiri Raj ten years back. Present age of Stalin Raj and Arunagiri Raj is:

a) 20, 40 b) 40,20 c) 60,40 d) 40, 60

## Relative Speed Practice Problems

Dear Reader, below are three problems dealing with calculations involving relative speeds

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## 3 Simple Age Problems

Below are 3 simple age based problems. These are very simple and once you form the equations correctly based on the information in questions, you will find no difficulty in solving hence.

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## 3 Weights Based Puzzle Questions

Dear Reader, below are three puzzle type aptitude questions that you can expect for placement papers of companies like Infosys, Syntel etc.

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## 5 C Practice Interview Questions

Below are 5 questions to practice for C interview questions. These are from diverse topics.

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Can you explain the difference between data types and modifiers?

## Aptitude Questions Requiring Logical Thinking

Below are three aptitude questions that would require you to apply your logical thinking to arrive at equations, following which you need to solve those to arrive at correct answer. Hope these questions help you.

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Ashok got thrice as many sums wrong as he got right. If he attempted 60 sums in all, how many sums did he solved correctly?

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