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“You have a birthday cake and have exactly 3 slices to cut it into 8 equal pieces. How do you do it?”

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“Suppose you had eight identical balls. One of them is slightly heavier and you are given a balance scale . What's the fewest number of times you have to use the scale to find the heavier ball?”

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“If two cars are traveling in a two lap race on a track of any length, one going 60 mph and the other going 30mph, how fast will the slower car have to go to finish at the same car to finish at the...”

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“GIven 9 balls all of which weigh the same except for one, what is the minimum of weighings necessary to find the ball weighs more (or less).”

“How many square feet of pizza is eaten in the US each year?”

Quant at Jane Street

Nov 22, 2010

“suppose you have a perfectly round disk. You put three legs randomly on this disk to form a table. Supposing the legs are perfectly perpendicular to the disk and are attached to the disk firmly, what...”

“During the third interview : imagine an infinite chess board. If the horse from 1 case, in how many cases can he possibly ends after 10 moves. You actually don't have to give a number but a...”

Intern at Jane Street

Mar 14, 2011

“If you had only 5 and 11 cent stamps. Whats the smallest number that would be impossible to make with those stamps.”

“Flip a coin until either HHT or HTT appears. Is one more likely to appear first? If so, which one and with what probability?”

Trader at Jane Street

May 2, 2012

“What is the sum of the digits of all the numbers from 1 to 1000000? This is different from the sum of the numbers. For instance the sum of the numbers from 1 to 10 is 55 whereas the sum of the digits...”

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