## TCS Moderate Time Puzzles

Below are three simple to complex puzzles involving time calculations.

Question 1

A group of boys bought cloth and rope to make a tent. The length of the rope is 250 feet. They want to cut it into pieces of 1 foot length. How many cuts are required to cut the rope into 250 pieces?

a) 250 b) 1 c) 249 d) 100

## Wipro 4 Concepts Based Questions

Below are 4 questions based on concepts related to Software Design Life Cycle and basic computer architecture.

Question 1

Any OS plays a major role in a very prominent task called "Scheduling". This is basically an implementation of scheduling algorithms developed over years. Which of the following resources are affected by this implementation?

## TCS Sample Problems On Average

Below are three problems which are dealing with the concept of averages while measuring temperatures.

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## Accenture Sample Problems On Ages

Below are three problems based on ages. Each question is different from the other.

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## Wipro Sample Problems On A.P Series

Below are three problems on Arithmetic Progression.

Note : In formulas we will be using a to refer to I term and d to refer to common difference.

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## Accenture Sample Problems On Flow Of Water

Below are three problems based on the calculations of time and flow of water.

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## TCS Sample Problems On Odd & Even Integers

Below are three questions on numbers on concepts dealing with odd and even and a new class called "even-odd" numbers.

Question 1

If n is an even-odd number then which of the following must be false?
(A number is called "even-odd" if it is halfway between an even integer and an odd integer.)

## Wipro Sample Time and Work Problems

Below are three problems on work and time for your practice.

Question 1

A can do a piece of work in 100 days, B and C together can do the same work in 20 days. If B can do the work in same time as that of C and A together then how long C alone can do the same work?
a)100 days b)50days c)25days d)20 days

## Accenture Sample Problems On Games And Races

Below are three interesting problems on Games and Races.

Points to remember :

Suppose A and B are two contestants in a race. Before the start of the race, if A is at the starting point and B is ahead of A by 12 meters, then we say that 'A gives B, a start of 12 meters'.