## Infosys Interview Question for Software Engineer / Developers

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A = 39, B = 21, C = 12.
You work your way backward by dividing the 24 tractors that A and B are left with by 2.
Key to solving this problem is that the number of tractors always remains the same: 72. This allows you to fill in blanks at T-1, T-2 and T-3

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the solution is in the question itself just we need to see the question seriously

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At the end of transaction
A B C
T3 24 24 24

T2 24-24/2 24-24/2 24+12+12
12 12 48

T1 12-12/2 12+6+24 48-48/2
6 42 24

T0 6+42/2+24/2 42-42/2 24-24/2
39 21 12

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this can also b solved by a simple method - 3 linear eqns in 3 variables...

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beautiful soln Sanjay.....awesomeee

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