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Given US denomination coins, what is the algorithm to make change for any amount?

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Greedy algorithm will work in this case

Code is in JAVA : public class USCoins { public static void main(String args[]) { int[] coinDenominations = {25,10,5,1}; double totalAmountInDollars = 3.46; int[] numberOfEachCoin = getNumber(coinDenominations,totalAmountInDollars); for(int number : numberOfEachCoin) System.out.println(number); } private static int[] getNumber(int[] coinDenominations, double totalAmountInDollars) { int numberOfEachCoin[] = new int[coinDenominations.length]; int totalAmountInCents = (int) (totalAmountInDollars*100); for(int i=0;i<coinDenominations.length;i++) { int denomination = coinDenominations[i]; numberOfEachCoin[i] = totalAmountInCents/denomination; totalAmountInCents = totalAmountInCents%denomination; } return numberOfEachCoin; } }

Inspired by this problem, I have proposed a solution that print out all possible change combinations per given amount. I demo the problem solving process in this video:

"What else can you tell me that would make me interested in hiring you?"

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How many bottles of shampoo used in hotels around the world

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Nothing out of the ordinary.. Basic what what you do type of questions.

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Explain how you would go about getting a cost down for this particular assembly.

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You will be given two tests: (1) Excel and (2) a very long exam in which you will have to perform many calculations. None of the questions are hard but very time consuming and yet you are only given about 20 minutes.

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detailed resume screen

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generic questions: strengths, weaknesses, succession plans, motivations etc.

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tell me about a time when you...problem sovling, managing conflict, prioritizing/work management, energy/stamina/initiative and one other I can't remember

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The "unexpected" factor came in the generalized form of the "case" question. As best I can remember, the question was a hypothetical about a large federal client engaging the firm to optimize their IT portfolio. Almost no details were specified, and subsequent questions in response to the ideas I offered did not provide many particular parameters to consider.

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