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If the lights were turned off and you had to reach into a drawer that had 10 white socks and 10 black socks how many would you have to pull out to guarantee that you had a matching pair? |

What is the total volume of oceans in the world. |

How many times would you write out the number 9 when writing out all numbers between 0 and 100? |

What do you want to do in the future? What do you see yourself doing in the future? |

How much would you pay to play this game? You have a fair coin. You get heads you win $1 and can continue to play. You get tails, you collect your winnings ans stop the game. Second question. Now what if the winnings double each time you get heads. |

Suppose you have a stack of pancakes of pairwise distinct sizes. You wish to order the pancakes the pancakes by size, with the largest one on the bottom. The only operation is available to you is a spatula flip: You can insert a spatula anywhere in the pancake stack and flip over the stack above the spatula, reversing the order of the pancakes. For instance, in the following stack bottom . 2 3 | 5 1 4 . top Inserting the spatula between 3 and 5 will give: bottom 2 3 4 1 5 | top Design an algorithm to sort the pancake stack using this operation. Write a program to execute this algorithm in C++. What is the runtime efficiency (precisely, not just in Big-O time), assuming that a flip is an atomic operation? Is your algorithm optimal (again, precisely, not just asymptotically)? |

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What are the three general sections of a cash flow statement |

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