## L&T Sample Aptitude puzzles

Below are three problems which requires you to simplify equations and find some unknowns.

Question 1

## IBM Sample Problems with digits of a number

Below are four sample problems on two digit numbers involving calculations on the digits of the number.

Question 1
If the digit in the ten's place of a two digit number is 3 less than the digit unit’s place and if the ratio of the sum of the digits of that number to that of the number is 1:4 then the number is:
a)32 b)34 c)36 d)38

## Capgemini Practice Moderate Problems On Averages

Below are three problems based on averages.

Question 1

The average of four numbers is 62.5. If none of them is less than 50 then the greatest possible value of summation of two of them is:
a)150 b)64 c)130 d)125

## Accenture Sample Problems On Substitutions

Below are three problems based on the method of backward substitution with simple calculations.

Question 1

In a stationary shop, 5 pens are worth 8 pencils, 5 pencils are worth 4 diaries and 7 diaries are worth 3 books. If 7 books cost Rs.203, then the approximate price of each pen is:
a)Rs.16 b)Rs.20 c)Rs.10 d)Rs.19

## Syntel Sample Problems On Tangents And Secants

Below are three problems on the concept of circle's tangent and secants.

Question 1

## Communications Based Interview Questions

Dear Reader, Below are 4 sample interview questions related to communications in computer networks.

Question 1

When a communication channel is said to be half duplex ? How it is different from full duplex ?

## Honeywell Sample Interview Questions

Below are given technical questions which you can expect in Honeywell and other companies placement tests.

Question 1

The code for creating stack in DOS is _____ .

a) STACKS = (number),(size)

b) STACKS = number

c) STACKS = (size),(number)

d) STACKS = size

Answer : a) STACKS = (number),(size)

## Polaris Sample Problems On Triangles

Below are three problems dealing with scalene, isosceles and right angled triangles.

Question 1

The length of the line segments AC, AB and BC are 21 cm, 20 cm and 13 cm respectively. If the length of the line BD which is perpendicular to AC is 12 cm then what is the length of the segment CD ?

a) 3 cm b) 5 cm c) 9 cm d) 12 cm

## Mindtree Sample Problems On Mensuration

Below are three problems based on the concept of mensuration dealing with volumes of sphere, cone and cylinder.

Formulas to remember:

Volume of CYLINDER = pi(r2)h cubic units.
Volume of SPHERE = 4/3 pi(r3) cubic units.
Volume of CONE = 1/3 pi (r2)h cubic units.

where r = radius and h = height.