Easy puzzles




Easy General

There are two beakers, one containing water, the other wine (equal volumes). A certain amount of water is transferred to the wine, then the same amount of the mixture is transferred back to the water. Is there now more water in the wine than there is wine in the water?

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Source: Common
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Easy General

Light bulbs are numbered 1 to 100, and kept off initially. First person comes and toggles all the bulbs which are multiple of 1, i.e. he switches all bulbs to on. Second person toggles all multiples of 2, i.e he turns of even bulbs. Third person comes and toggles all multiples of 3. This process continues till 100 persons pass. After this, how many bulbs are ON?

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Easy Probability

We have a weighted coin which shows a Head with probability p, (0.5<p<1). How do we get a fair toss from this? That is, how do we toss this coin in such a way that we can have probability of winning = loosing = 50%?

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Easy Probability

Spiderman has two girlfriends, Mary Jane & Gwen Stacy. After every mission, he rushes to the central subway. Since spidey is a nice man, much impartial, he takes which-ever train arrives first. From subway, one series go towards Mary's place, and another series move towards Stacy. Trains from either series appear every 10 minutes. Also, Peter Parker sticks with the train which arrives first.
But somehow, he notices that he is spending 9 times more dates with Mary Jane than Stacy. Can you explain why?

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Easy Strategy

An Egg breaks only if dropped from above a threshold floor, within this 100 story building. Every time you drop the egg, it is counted an attempt. You are given two eggs, find an algorithm to deduce the threshold floor, with minimum number of attempts in worst case!

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Source: Quant Interview
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