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You have a 100 coins laying flat on a table, each with a head side and a tail side. 10 of them are heads up, 90 are tails up. You can't feel, see or in any other way find out which side is up. Split the coins into two piles such that there are the same number of heads in each pile.

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Answer #1: Place 50 coins into two piles on its edges so that both have the same amount of heads in each pile, neither facing up or down. Answer #2: Trick question, place 50 coins in both piles and in theory they all have heads just not necessarily facing up or down.

agree with 2nd ans

Split into two piles, one with 90 coins and the other with 10. Flip over every coin in the pile with 10 coins.

What are the different ways you can you tell if this part is steel or aluminium.

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What would you do if, on a product release day, 5 people were yelling at you, and trying to get your attention, all at once?

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Have you ever stopped a line for a quality issue and how did you go about it? Can you provide examples.

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If you have a cantilevered beam with a load at the unsupported end, what can you change about the beam to mitigate the effect of the load.

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How do you take millions of users with 100's of transactions each, amongst 10k's of products and group the users together in a meaningful segments?

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In order to recruit IT personnel, we expect you to be up to date on languages and operating systems. Tell us about your experience.

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What are 5 different variables of a coil spring you can change to affect spring force?

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What do you want to get out of this job

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There are three boxes, one contains only apples, one contains only oranges, and one contains both apples and oranges. The boxes have been incorrectly labeled such that no label identifies the actual contents of the box it labels. Opening just one box, and without looking in the box, you take out one piece of fruit. By looking at the fruit, how can you immediately label all of the boxes correctly?

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