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Junior Seismic Imager at CGG was asked...

Feb 4, 2011
 how many 1s are there from 1-1008 Answers2319 --- 1, 1*, *121 1s including 100Show More Responses20100-9*9+1+1=21C(2,1)*9 + 2 * C(2,2) + 1 (the one from 100) = 21201

Seismic Imager at CGG was asked...

May 1, 2012
 What is the most important thing you look for in a job? 3 AnswersBoilerplate, I know but I wasn't expecting it with this interview.What were the main math areas that they based the questions on? I know you mentioned statistics - by that do you mean probability mainly?Yes, probability. It's all math that you should have gotten in high school or your first year in college.

Imager at Jewelry Television was asked...

Aug 22, 2013
 "Do you use levels or curves in Photoshop?"1 Answer"Levels"

Full-Line Account Manager Imaging Division at Philips was asked...

Jul 29, 2013
 Having been in the industry with a competitor there really was not a "difficult or unexpected question". It was really about seeing if there was a personality match and if we could agree on compensation.1 AnswerIt's fun selling the "big iron" for high value dollars but the sales process is long and you only get 50% of your commissions when you get the purchase order and then the other 50% when the equipment is installed, which can take several years if it's going into a new hospital. This is typical for all imaging companies GE, Siemens and Philips.

Seismic Imager at CGG was asked...

Jul 17, 2012
 what is area of a hexagon?1 AnswerIf you are given the length of a side and apothem, then Area is the half of the product of perimeter and apothem. Area of a Hexagon = 1/2*6*l*a Here l is the length of a side a is the length of apothem.

Image Processor at CONSOL Energy was asked...

Aug 23, 2015
 Why do you want to be a contractor at Consol?1 AnswerI wanted to get my foot in the door with a great company?

Seismic Imager at CGG was asked...

Jul 6, 2011
 Four digit number, when placed in reversed order, is four times of the original. What is it?1 Answerassume the four digit number is ABCD and A > 0. so 4 * (ABCD) = DCBA First think about A. What can A be ? Can A =3 ? No. Since 4 *( 4BCD) is a five digit number. S A is 1 or 2. Can A be 1 ? The answer is No. Since DCB1 can not be divided by 4, DCB1 can not equal to 4 * (1BCD) So A = 2 A little thinking more will give that D = 8 Then solve this equation 4 * (1000* A + 100* B + 10 * C + D) = 1000 * D + 100 * C + 10 * B + A finally we can get B = 1, C = 7 So the number is 2178

Digital Imaging at Best Buy was asked...

Feb 2, 2014
 where do you see yourself in the next 6 months1 AnswerWorkin as a phlebotomist in a clinic or hospital

Digital Imaging Specialist at Best Buy was asked...

Oct 26, 2012
 What do you do when you catch an employee stealing a penny from the cash register?1 AnswerYou report it. No matter how large or small the amount is.

Director Medical Imaging at Texas Health Resources was asked...

Sep 5, 2015
 Team building1 AnswerGave my experience building team from the inside out. People first.
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