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May 15, 2009
 “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…”

### Junior Trader at Jane Street

Feb 29, 2012
 “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…”

### Assistant Trader at Jane Street

Apr 7, 2011
 “what is the expected number of flips of a coin to simulate a 6 sided die.”
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### Assistant Trader Summer Internship at Jane Street

Feb 26, 2010
 “Flip a coin until either HHT or HTT appears. Is one more likely to appear first? If so, which one and with what probability?”

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…”

### Assistant Trader at Susquehanna International Group, LLP

Oct 5, 2009
 “Here is an example of a brainteaser during the interview: You have five pirates, ranked from 5 to 1 in descending order. The top pirate has the right to propose how 100 gold coins should be divided…”

### Quantitative Trader at Jane Street

Jan 2, 2010
 “N points lie on a circle. You draw lines connecting all the points to each other. These lines divide up the circle into a number of regions. How many regions is this? Assume that the points are…”

### Assistant Trader at Jane Street

Apr 7, 2011
 “Simulate a 6 sided die with a coin.”

### Trader Intern at Jane Street

Jan 12, 2011
 “Russian Roulette - 4 blanks 2 bullets, all in a row. If someone shoots a blank next to you, would you take another shot or spin”

### Assistant Trader at Jane Street

Oct 4, 2010
 “You have a box filled with cash. Cash value is uniformly randomly distributed from 1 to 1000. You are trying to win the box in an auction: you win the box if you bid at least the value of the cash in…”
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