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Q & A Analyst Training Program at Eze Software was asked...

Apr 26, 2010
 Scenario: You have 8 golf balls and 1 is heavier than the 7 others. All you have is a balance used in chemistry classes. What is the shortest number of times you could measure the golf balls to find the heaviest ball?5 AnswersYou have to keep in mind that you're dividing up the balls. They try to confuse you, but just ignore the people and stick to your intuition. The quickest way to discover the heaviest ball was in 2 steps.i would say three. you could put 4 balls on each side and then take the heavier side. split that group into two balls on each side. then lastly split that group to have one ball on each side.i would say three. you could put 4 balls on each side and then take the heavier side. split that group into two balls on each side. then lastly split that group to have one ball on each side.Show More Responses2 steps. 1. Put 3 balls on each side of the scale measure( [123], [456] ) If each group of 3 is equal: 2. Place the remaining two balls on the scale - measure( [7], [8] ) If each group of 3 is not equal: assuming [123] is heavier than [456] 2. Take 2 balls from the heavier group from step 1 and place them on the scale. measure( [1], [2] ) If they are equal then [3] is the heaviest3 v. 3 Case 1: Heavier ball lies within the first 3v3 weighing. Weigh 2 of the balls on the heavier side. Either one is heavier or they balance. If they balance, then it's the 3rd one we didn't weigh. Done. Case 2: 3v3 balances. Then the heavier ball lies within the other 3 not weighed. Weigh 1v1, either it balances or it doesn't. If it doesn't, we're done because we can see that one side is heavier. If it does, then it's the third one not being weighed. Minimum amount of weighings is 2.

Q & A Analyst Training Program at Eze Software was asked...

Apr 26, 2010
 Scenario: If you were running late for a job interview and you had no lights on in your apartment. Let's say you went into your dresser drawer and had to pull out one pair of socks. All you had was black or brown socks. And there were 5 socks total, what is the least amount of pulls you could do?4 Answersbasically you have to keep in mind the probability of pulling out each sock. the shortest answer would be 2 pulls.You have to pull out three socks to be sure that you had at least two of one color.it would have to be three socks because if you pulled just two, you could get one black and one brown.Show More Responsesit's 2. You could be lucky and get 2 socks of the same color.

Risk Analyst Training Scheme at Risk Management Solutions was asked...

Feb 18, 2014
 How many pennies are in a mall1 AnswerNo right answer they just want to see your thought of process

Risk Analyst Training Scheme at Risk Management Solutions was asked...

Nov 12, 2014
 How many pennies are at a mall?1 AnswerThere's no right or wrong answer simply show them your thought process, use some math in the way and be ready to explain how you came up with your numbers.

Nov 4, 2014
 Honestly, not unexpected however certain scenarios made me think quickly and challenged me to come up with solutions1 AnswerRely on what you have done on the past and mold to fit the scenario is my take.

Data Analyst Training at Two Sigma was asked...

May 15, 2016
 Written Test Q1: Describe a concept I really enjoyed in my coursework.Be the first to answer this question

May 22, 2016
 Why wealth management?Be the first to answer this question

Data Analyst Training at Two Sigma was asked...

May 15, 2016
 In person: Which parts of my resume are relevant?Be the first to answer this question

Data Analyst Training at Two Sigma was asked...

May 15, 2016
 In person: Describe the MIS program at my university.Be the first to answer this question

Data Analyst Training at Two Sigma was asked...

May 15, 2016
 In person: UNIX/Linux code test (manager explains code beforehand)Be the first to answer this question
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