# TCS Solved Placement Papers

Find Solved Placement Papers of TCS. You can find questions with solutions across various sections compiled from TCS placement papers.

## 4 Divisibility Problems To Practice For TCS Aptitude Tests

Below are four problems on divisibility dealing with some exact division of big numbers.

Question 1

Let N = 80pq2pq (7digit number). If N is exactly divisible by 120 then the sum of the digits in N is equal to:

a)18 b)22 c)24 d)12

Solution :

## TCS Sample Problems On Time And Work

Below are three problems on time and work dealing with working efficiency of 2 or 3 members.

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## TCS Sample Problems On Ratio

Below are three ratio problems with basic calculations to practice for TCS and other companies placement tests.

Question 1

In a team , the ratio of number of juniors and seniors is 7:8. If 52 juniors and 13 seniors are added, the ratio becomes 11:9.Find the number of juniors initially in the team.

a)91 b)99 c)77 d)71

## TCS Moderate Problems On Mensuration

Below are three problems based on the concepts related to area of square, rectangle and circle.

Question 1

There is a rectangular shaped park and a circular garden inside the park. If the length and breadth of the park are 18 m and 14 m respectively then what will be the maximum possible area of the circular garden?

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## TCS Practice Moderate Problems On Mixtures

Below are three problems based on the concept of mixtures in some ratio.

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## TCS Sample Problems On Intercept Equation

Below are three algebraic problems on concepts of Intercepts (produced by lines, planes etc).

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## TCS Interview Questions On OS Concepts

Dear Reader, Below are given deadlock concept based questions which you may expect in interviews.

Question 1

Can you briefly explain a deadlock in the context of OS processes?

A deadlock is a condition when two or more processes wait for each other to complete. This results in indefinite waiting without any useful work.

## TCS 3 Moderate Area Problems On Adjoining Diagrams

Below are three problems dealing with concepts related to intersection of shapes like rectangles, squares.

Question 1

In the adjoining diagram, the rectangles ABCD and EFGH each with 1 unit width and 3 unit long are arranged such that, they intersect in a square of diagonal(CE) of length 1 unit. The total area covered by the rectangle is:

## TCS Sample Problems On Remainder

Below are three problems involving division on power function, factorial and prime numbers.

Question 1

On dividing (18377)10 by 11 the remainder will be
a)1 b)10 c)9 d)2