Discrete Maths puzzles




Easy Discrete Maths

There are 10 black socks and 10 white socks (no left-right distinction) in the wardrobe. Your task is to draw the minimum number of socks at random to be sure you have a pair of a single color. How many socks should you draw?

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Easy Discrete Maths

Assuming that temperature varies continuously, prove that there are always two opposite points on the Earth's surface that have the same temperature.

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Source: Top Quant Interview
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Medium Discrete Maths

A rabbit sits at the bottom of a staircase with n stairs. The rabbit can hop up only one or two stairs at a time. What kind of sequence is depicted by the different ways possible for the rabbit to ascend to the top of the stairs of length n=1,2,3...?

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Medium Discrete Maths

A. B & C live together and share everything equally. One day A brings home 5 logs of wood, B brings 3 logs and C brings none. Then they use the wood to cook together and share the food. Since C did not bring any wood, he gives $8 instead. How much to A and how much to B?

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Medium Discrete Maths

A group has 70 members. For any two members X and Y there is a language that X speaks but Y does not, and there is a language that Y speaks but X does not. At least how many different languages are spoken by the members of this group?

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Source: Quantnet
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