A Basic info about the company:

AVG Technologies (previously known as Grisoft) is a Czech firm founded in 1991 by Jan Gritzbach and Tomas Hofer. The company has corporate offices in Europe and the United States. It concentrates in the domain of computer security software. AVG competes in the antivirus industry against some top notch companies like BullGuard, Kaspersky, McAfee, and Symantec et cetera.

The motive behind posting theseAVG Technologies Interview Puzzles is to help you shape your skills and making you much more confident while appearing in the interviews.

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You are a king of an empire. You have a servant working in your palace. He works all the seven days and you only pay him in the form of gold bar. You must pay the worker for his work every day at the end of the day.

If you are only able to make two breaks in the gold bar, how will you pay the servant if the servant works for the equal time every day and thus equal amount must be paid at the end of the day?

If you are only able to make two breaks in the gold bar, how will you pay the servant if the servant works for the equal time every day and thus equal amount must be paid at the end of the day?

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Sarah and Michael are a loving couple. One night Sarah playfully places three identical boxes on a table in front of Michael. Out of the three boxes, one contains a pearl and other two are empty. Michael is then allowed to pick any one of them. Now between the two boxes that remain on the table, at least one is empty. Sarah removes one empty box from the table. Now Michael must choose from the box he picked or the box on the table.

What box should Michael choose?

What box should Michael choose?

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Two men and seven women complete a file work in four days. Four men and 4 women complete the same file work in just 3 days.

How much time will one man take to complete the same file work?

How much time will one man take to complete the same file work?

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A box contains seven purple, five blue and eleven yellow balls.

What is the minimum number of tries required to get one blue and one yellow ball ?

What is the minimum number of tries required to get one blue and one yellow ball ?

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Peter travels 20 km a day uniformly. John starts from the same point peter started after three days. He travels at a speed of 15 km a day on the first day, at 19 km a day of the second day and so on following an arithmetic progression.

In how many days will he catch up with Peter?

In how many days will he catch up with Peter?

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