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Thursday, August 4, 2016

Top 20 Tricky Google Interview Questions With Answers

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1) Do you have an IQ more than 130?

This question is put to check “Intellectual Humility” and “Yes” could be the worst answer to this. Remembering your IQ score sends a wrong message of your insecurity and self-aggrandizement.

2) What shall we have for dinner this evening?

Don’t give an answer like “whatever you like”, “I don’t mind” ,“what would you like”, etc. This will hide your quality of leadership or taking stand, when your opinion is asked.  This will show your willingness to take charge and when not.

3) Are you incompetent and Lazy?

Interviewer only wants to hire people who are competent, but that does not mean you should say yes to what you are not. So “clever and active”, would be the right answer to avoid this question.

4) Do you have a track record of doing something really well?

Try to give a smart answer by answering like, it usually does not happen with me; there will be something always standing to re-solve at the end of the day. This will highlight your problem solving skills.

5) Mention what is the weight of the empire state building?

This question was actually asked by google employers to check the thought process of the employee. It is to see how well employee can do “guestimate” that is what is referred for such question. It is a little tricky but if you good at numbers and height width calculation, you will surely come up with some answer. Anyway the answer to this question was something 750,000 tons or 1.5 billion pound of weight, after considering all the parameters like single floor widthXheight, weight, etc.

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6) How much should you charge to wash all the windows in NewYork?

The answer will not be on estimation as we did in the previous question, but rather it is very simple.  You have to answer “$500” a week.

7) Why are manhole covers round?

Manhole covers round, so that man does not fall through the manhole as the plane, or square shape ordinarily flush with the plane of the street goes perpendicular to the street.

8) Mention how many times a day do a clock’s hands overlap?

Clock hands overlap about 22 times a day.

9) Explain the significance of “dead beef”?

Usually, people respond this question with an answer like “Beef is always dead” – Wrong Answer.  The correct answer is that “DEADBEEF” is a hexa-decimal value that was used in debugging back in the mainframe/assembly days as such it was easy to see when marking and finding specific memory in pages of hex dumps. Most computer engineers are aware of this term.

10) Tell me what happened when a man pushed his car to the hotel and lost his fortune?

He landed on the boardwalk- that is the answer

11) Out of eight balls, seven balls weigh equal while the one ball is slightly heavier than the others how would you figure out which one is the heavier by using a balance and only two weighing?

Take 6 balls out of 8 balls
Put 3 balls on each side of weighing machine, if they weight equal you know that the heavier ball is in the remaining two which is left out
But if they don’t weigh equal, then the heavier ball is in one of those triplets
Out of those 3 balls that have heavier ball, pick any 2 and put them on the scale and keep doing until you get your heavier ball
12) Explain what is database to an eight year old kid?

A database is a machine that memorizes lot of information about lots of things. People use them to remember that information.

13) Some months have 30 days, and some have 31, how may months have 28 days?

Answer to this question is 12 months, as each month has 28 days. So don’t answer 1 or Feb.

14) What number comes next 10, 9, 60, 90, 70 and 66?

Forget the numbers, here the trick is how you spell the numbers like

Ten -3
Nine -4
Sixty – 5
Ninety- 6
Seventy-7
Sixty-six-8
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The next probable number would be anything that has 9 letters in it, i.e., ninety-six or ninety-one.

15) Suppose Tom is 16 year old, and he is four times older than his brother Robert. How old Tom would be when he is twice as old as her brother?

If Tom is 16 year old and he is 4 times older than his brother Robert, then currently his brother age would be 16/ 4 = 4. So his brother is 4 year old.

This makes Tom 12 years older than her brother

Now, Tom will be double his brother age when Robert is 12 year old.

i.e 12X2 = 24.  Which means when Tom will be 24 year old his brother age will be 12.

16) Which number does not belong to this series 1,1,2,3,4,5,8,13,21?

Your answer is 4. Let see how

This question is based on adding the adjacent number in the series.

1+1=2

1+2=3

2+3=5, there you go

3+5=8

5+8= 13

8+13=21 and so on

17) What will be the next number 5,10,19,32,49,70 ….?

The next number will be 95. How? Let see

This time the difference between the adjacent number is calculated like

10-5 = 5


19-10 = 9

32-19=13

49-32= 17

70-49=21

?- 70= 25

For each answer 5, 9, 13 there is a difference or increase of 4, so our next increment will be 25.

So, ? -70 = 25

25+70= 95

18) There are about 13 caves arranged in a circle, and one of these caves has treasure of Each day the treasure keepers can move the treasure to the adjacent caves or keep it in the same cave. Every two-day treasure keepers visit the place and have enough time to enter any two caves of their choice __ So how do the treasure seekers can find a treasure in minimum possible days?

Answer: Seven days.  If one of the treasure seeker moves clockwise every day and one of the seeker’s moves anti-clock wise, they will find a treasure in minimum seven days.

19) There are six drinking glasses standing in a row, with first three full of juice and the next three empty? How can you arrange those glasses so empty and full glasses alternate by moving only one glass?

Pour the second glass in the fifth glass, and you can arrange them in alternate order.

20) Brother and sisters I have none but this man’s father is my father’s son? Who is the Man?

The man is my son.

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