** Company: ** SAMSUNG

SAMSUNG had visited IIT-Guwahati on 8th Aug. 2005. It had 60 questions 60 min.

Section 1 : 30 aptitude Section 2 : 30 Technical

section 1 :

First 7 questions on Passage. Try to avoid answering them.

8. No. of trailing zeros in 100! = 22 (check)..

9.No. numbers <= 100 which are not divisible by 2,3,5 : a) 24 b)26 c)29 ans.(check) d) none 10.if a + b + c = 0, then (a^2 + b^2 + c^2)/(ac^2 -ab) = ? A)0 b) 1 c)-2 d)-2 check ans a) 11.some salary problem. 1/4th of salary for rent, 1/5th of salary for transport remaing deposit. he deposited rs 50/- then monthly salary ??? ans. 1000/- check.. 12.some time & work problem. a & b can do in 8 days b & c can do in 12 days a & c can do in 24 days. then b can alone do in ??? days 13.some diagrams were given see gre barron book find shaded area one square was given in that one 4 circles inserted. find the area left by ciclrs in the square ans : 16(4-pi)… 14.Train problem.. find length of train… ans ) 75 15.1mile g cents and m cents extra cost. for 100 miles cost ????? 16.there is W kg rice in bag. a rat eats r kg of rice each day. After 25 days what percent of rice was eaten by rat ??? ans) 2500r/w (check) 17.COSMOPOLITAN word was given. some letters from that word picked. formed word : option 18.A–>B 75% distance travelled at v kmph in T hrs. remaing distance at S kmph. how much time was taken to cover remaing distance???

19.some word problem… ORGANISATION…

Section II : Technical……..

1.Ipv6 —> 16 bytes.

2.multi cast addressing range…

3.subnet was given how many computer can be connected

??? 255.255.255.242 ??

4.RS232C binary 0 —-> +4v (+ve)..

5.socket programming —> select (not related to

socket system calls)

6.HDLc —> a) GO back n b) Go back n-1 c)select

repeat n d)none of the above..

7.piggy backing —> acknowledgements..

8.ATM –> basic question.

9.Max no. of outstanding acknowledgements…

10.int a;

static int a;

int fun() { return a;}

static int fun() { return a; }

which of the above 2 statements can’t exist in the

same file…

11.some program

main()

{

extern int i;

print i;

}

ans ) linker error..

12.Advantage of digital over analog signal ??

13.study digital modulation techniques..

int j=3;

int *p=&j;

printf(“%d %d”, *p++,++*p);

it will not increment j value as ++ is done first

on p before *, so address gets incremented and

garbage value will be there

14.Which is non-deterministic structure a)ethernet

b)802.4 c) 802.5 d)none ans)ethernet check..

15.3 bits on size of structures…

16.Linux —> memory model a) small b)hughe c) flat

d)none. see..

17.Which one does not involve direct recursion..

a) backtracking

b) divide and conquer

c) dynamic programming

d) none of the above..

18. sort time complexity based on

a) No of comparisions

b) no of swaps.

c) no of copies.

d) all of the above (check)…>a ans:( )(e)

> none of these

>

> 7.A and B are two stations 330km apart.A train

> starts from A at 8pm.and

> travels toward B at 60kmph.another train starts from

> B at 9pm. And

> travels towards A at 75 kmph.at what time do they

> meet?(a) 11am(b) 12pm

> (c) 11.30am ans:(a )(d) 11.45am

>

> 8.if you have a sixth sense, it may help you to

> solve this one

> 6 396 2376 1425.6 8.5536 ?(a) 4.5536(b) 2.5536(c)

> .513216 ans:(d )(d)

> .00513216

>

> 9.20 ? 150 18 11(a) 2(b) 4(c) 6 (d) 8 ans:(c )(e)

> none of these

>

> >> The one in our paper was 100 365 24 60 _?

> Ans 60

>

> 10.if (BE)^2=MPB and the letters B,E,Pand M stands

> for distinct

> digits,then M equals:(a) 1(b) 6(c) 3 ans:(c )(d)

> 9(e) 5

>

> DATA SUFFICIENCY

> Direction:Read the following instructions carefully

> and answer

> questions 11-15 given below:

>

> Each question below is followed by two numbered

> facts. You have to

> determine whether the data given in the statement is

> sufficient for

> answering the question. Choose one of the following

> choices best fitting

> the

> question and mark A,B,C,D or E as explained below.

> (A) if statement 1 alone is sufficient to answer the

> question, but

> statement 2 is not sufficient.

> (B) If statement 2 alone is sufficient to answer the

> question, but

> statement 1 is not sufficient.

> (C) If both statements together are needed to answer

> the question, but

> neither statement alone is sufficient.

> (D) If either statement by itself is sufficient to

> answer the question.

> (E) If enough facts are not available to answer the

> question.

>

> 11. Is X =Y?

> (1) X-Y=X^2-Y^2 ans:( )(2) X and Y are greater than

> 1.

>

> 12. Is CAB a code word in language Q?(1) ABC is the

> base word.

> (2) If c immediately follows B, then C can be moved

> to the front of the

> code word to generate another word?ans:( )

>

> 13. A dress was initially listed at a price that

> would have given the

> store a profit of 20 percent of the wholesale cost.

> What was the

> wholesale cost of the dress?

> (1) After reducing the asking price by 10 percent,

> the dress sold for a

> net profit of 10 dollars.(2) The dress sold for 50

> dollars. ans:( )

>

> 14. If X and Y do not equal 0, is X/Y an integer?(1)

> X is prime

> (2) Y is even ans:( )

>

> 15. What is the price of a banana?

> (a) 14 banana and 35 oranges cost Rs. 84

> (b) with a 50% discount on banana, Rs. 12 can buy 4

> bananas and 5 oranges.

> ans:( )Analytical Reasoning

>

> In a game, exactly six inverted cups stand side by

> side in a straight

> line, and each has exactly one ball hidden under it.

> The cups are

> numbered consecutively 1 through 6. Each of the

> balls is painted a single

> solid color. The colors of the ball green, magenta,

> orange, purple, red

> and yellow. The balls have been hidden under the

> cups in a manner that

> conforms to the following conditions:

> The purple ball must be hidden under a lower-

> numbered cup than the

> orange ball. The red ball must be hidden under a cup

> immediately adjacent

> to the cup under which the magenta ball his hidden

> The green ball must be hidden under cup 5.

> 16. Which of the following could be the colors of

> the balls under the

> cups, in order from 1 through 6?(a) Green, yellow,

> magenta, red, purple,

> orange

> (b) Magenta, green, purple, red, orange, yellow

> (c) magenta, red, purple, yellow, green, orange

> (d) orange, yellow, red, magenta, green, purple

> (e) red, purple, magenta, yellow, green, orangeans:(

> )

> 17. A ball of which of the following colors could be

> under cup6?(a) Green

> (b) Magenta(c) purple(d) red (e) yellow ans:( )

> 18. If the purple ball is under cup4, the orange

> ball must be under(a)

> 1(b) 2

> (c) 3(d) 5(e) 6 ans:( )19. Which of the following

> must be true ?

> (a) The green ball is under a lower – numbered cup

> than the yellow ball.

> (b) The orange ball is under a lower – numbered cup

> than the green ball.

> (c) The purple ball is under a lower – numbered cup

> than the red ball.