## Recent Interview Questions

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Given a list of tasks each with memory requirements and time, only one machine has K memory.

Do not consider the context switch, page swap, virtual memory, (for example, the machine has only 20mb memory, a task that requires 25MB of the task can only wait until there is enough memory to run it.) The running task cannot be suspended.

Ask how long it takes to complete all these tasks. . .

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First common Ancestor of Binary tree . Java Solution needed.

Class Node {

Node Parent;

Node LeftChild;

Node rightChild;

int val;

}

publlic Node firstAncestor(Node leftNode, Node rightNode){

// We don't get the root node here. From left and right child we need to find it's parent and find the lowest common ancestor.

}

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If b == “1”:

quit()

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1) You sell roses. Each rose cost 30 cents to buy and you can sell them for $10 a dozen.

a) How many you need to sale to break even if you bought 600 roses?

b) Tomorrow is holiday - there's 20% likelihood you will sale 600 roses, 50% likelihood of selling 900 roses and 30% likelihood of selling 1200 roses. How many would you buy to maximize profit?

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Write a method that can take in an unordered list of airport pairs visited during a trip, and return the list in order:

Unordered: ("ITO", "KOA"), ("ANC", "SEA"), ("LGA", "CDG"), ("KOA", "LGA"), ("PDX", "ITO"), ("SEA", "PDX")

Ordered: ("ANC", "SEA"), ("SEA", "PDX"), ("PDX", "ITO"), ("ITO", "KOA"), ("KOA", "LGA"), ("LGA", "CDG")

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how do i update my Garmin maps for free? Dial +61-1800-215-732

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Given a binary tree, where each node represents an integer, find the max value of path sum.

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April Google Interview 1/4

A = a+b-c-a-b-c-a-b (Tree)

B = b+a+c+a+b-c+b (Tree)

is A equal to B

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April Google Interview 4/4

Build HTML Reverser

Given

<A>(hello)(<P>ab</P>)(<S>hi</S>)</A>

Return

<A>(<S>ih</S>)(<P>ba</P>)(olleh)</A>

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April Google Interview 3/4

Maze

N,M array

Level 1 0,0 to N-1,M-1 => Path exsits?

Level 2 if path exists then print path

Level 3 if path exists then print min cost path

Level 4 O(nm log mn) using Priority Queue.

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April Google Interview 2/4

Count Number Given Array

Level1 Unsorted Array [1, 3, 2, 1, 2 ,3 , 4, 10]

Find occurrence of 1

Level 2 Sorted Array

Find occurrence of 1

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You are given a string S consisting of lowercase English letters denoting different types of candies. A substring of a string S is a string S' that occurs in S. For example, "bam" is a substring of "babammm". Each candy costs 1 unit. You can pick some continuous candies such that you can create a palindrome of length K by using some or all picked candies. Your task is to find the minimum cost to create a palindrome of length K.

Input Format:

First line contains string S.

Next line contains an integer T denoting the number of test cases.

Next T lines contain a single integer K.

Output Format:

For each test case, print minimum cost as mentioned above. If you cannot create a palindrome of length K then, simply print -1.

Constraints:

Constraints:

1≤|S|≤10^5

1≤T≤10

1≤K≤10^5

Sample Input

babammm

2

2

5

Sample Output

2

5

Explanation

Test Case 1: You can pick candies denoted by "mm" and create a palindrome of size 2. So the cost will be 2 units.

Test Case 2: You can pick candies denoted by "babam" and rearrange them, "bamab", to create a palindrome of size 5. So the cost will be 5 units.

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/**

* Definition for a binary tree node.

* public class TreeNode {

* int val;

* TreeNode left;

* TreeNode right;

* TreeNode(int x) { val = x; }

* }

*/`Find the largest duplicate subtree in a binary tree For example, 1 / \ 2 3 / / \ 4 2 4 / 4 The following are two duplicate subtrees: 2 / 4 and 4`

but the former is the largest, thus return the root of the first subtree

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Write a function that receives string with decimal number (i.e. all characters are decimal digits) and prints the sum of all possible substring-numbers, example:

sum(“123”) = 123 + 12 + 23 + 1 + 2 + 3 = 167

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Given N number of Strings, generate all combination of these String's characters, these Strings must be N long, and must contain only one number of char from each string.

example: "abc", "def", "ghi" --> adg, adh, adi, aeg ... cfg

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Given a target string, an input request replaces the word after the given index a->b such as:

Target string: "Hello world!"

Input:{s:0, a:Hello b: Goodbye}

Output:"Goodbye world!".

The requirement is that input be given to several words that need to be changed at one time: {{s:0,a:Hello,b:Goodbye},{s:11,a:!,b:?},{s:6 a: World,b:friend}}

And each modified index is based on the original unmodified target string so the end result is

"Goodbye friend?"

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given a n-ary tree, find the total distance from this node to any other nodes

class TreeNode {

int val;

List<TreeNode> children;

TreeNode(int val) {

this.val = val;

children = new ArrayList<>();

}

}

public int findDistance(TreeNode root, TreeNode node) {

}

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How many squares are inside a m*n rectangle where some grids in the rectangle were grey and the gray grid could not appear in the small squares.

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Given an int array, check if all the numbers can be divided into 5 consecutive numbers.

Eg: [1,2,2,3,3,4,4,5,5,6] Yes: (1,2,3,4,5) (2,3,4,5,6)

Followup: ask if you know that all the numbers are between 1 and 13,

what's a good optimization.

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You have two matrixs, how to move the first matrix

(move up, down, left, and right) so that the two matrix in the two matrixs match most.`eg: matrix 1: matrix 2: 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0`

Then, after taking matrix1 (1 left shift + 1 down),

the number of 1 in the match with matrix2 is 3

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how to check if two graphs are structurally identical

class UndirectedGraphNode {

List<UndirectedGraphNode> neighbors;

UndirectedGraphNode() {

neighbors = new ArrayList<>();

}

}

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Table: Customers

id | name

1|alice

2|bob

3|carol

Table: Orders

id | customer_id | content

1|1|House

2|2|car

3|2|dog

4|10|cow

please write a query which returns all of the invalid orders (where invalid means their customer_id does not have an associated customer)

4|10|cow

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Suppose you have a list of tasks which need to be executed. Some of these tasks have dependencies which must be executed before they are. Please provide a method which, when given a list of tasks, will provide a valid ordering in return.

Example:

Input: [ A, B, C, D ]

A <- B, C

B <- C, D

D <- C

Return: [ C, D, B, A ]

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There are N (N > 20) team, each team will play 'M' (say M =3) league match against every other team. Design various classes, and write the code and algorithm to find the winner.

Note: One match can be played on a single day, as there is just one stadium.

Note: No team should play matches on consecutive days.

Note: Algorithm should come up with Quarter Final, Semi Final, and Final matches.

Follow-up Question: If N is odd or even.

How your design will be modified if there are 'S' no. of stadiums.

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convert a Sorted array to complete BST

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Design a Twitter-like topic system so that the most popular topics can be retrieved from the system. A post can have one or more topics and these topics can be shared by multiple posts. (hint: thinking of scalability)

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How HP Customer Support Works for Users?

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Give a connected graph, no cycle,

Find the node where the average distance from all other nodes is the smallest

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Input: an int array without sorting, then do a binary search on it, and find the number of digits that cannot be found by binary search.