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Intel Corporation is an American conglomerate semiconductor chip maker establishment headquartered in Santa Clara, California. Intel is the world's leading and premier valued semiconductor chip maker, based on revenue. It is the originator of the x86 series of microprocessors, the processors found in maximum personal computers. Intel also makes motherboard chipsets, network interface controllers and integrated circuits, flash memory, graphic chips, embedded processors and other devices related to communications and computing.

The following Intel Interview Puzzles/Questions will help you enhance your skills and will offer you better confidence while giving the interview.
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Intel Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #1 - Intel Word Puzzle

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The following set of letters may appear totally irrelevant but they can be crafted out into real words if you add three letters in the beginning and that very three letters at the end. Can you find out those three letters in each case?

ERTAINM
ISCOVE
ROW
IOXID
ROCOS

Hint: Suppose you are given a word ANGLEM and you have to find three letters in the same fashion, you can add ENT in the beginning and at the end. ENT + ANGLEM + ENT will become ENTANGLEMENT.

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Intel Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #2 - Intel Logical Interview Question

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Mark went to visit his mother last weekend which is about 250 miles away from his home. He started 7am in the sunny morning of Saturday and found out that the road was too crowded. There were times that he has completely stationary. He reached his mother's house after lunch.

He had to return on Sunday and he had to travel through the same route again. He left the place at 7 am and found no traffic at all and reached home before lunch time enjoying a smooth drive.

What is the probability that he was at the same point at the same time on both the days he traveled?

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Intel Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #3 - Sherlock Interview Mystery Puzzle

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Six men, namely Martin Freeman, Jonah Jameson, Terry Singer, Mike Cooper, Jim Condon, and Sylvian Bogard were in an elevator together.

Unexpectedly, the lights went out. When the lights came back, Martin Freeman's wallet was missing which contained a confidential item.

Detectives were called at the scene. They interrogated the suspects, the witnesses, and people who were familiar with the suspects. They collected physical evidence (hair samples, fiber samples, etc.) from the crime scene as well. Overall, they were able to collect fifteen clues, but they could still not find the culprit.

Then as the last resort they dialed a phone number that connected to 221B Baker Street and Sherlock Holmes was appointed on the case. Following are the clues reading which he was able to deduce the culprit within a couple of minutes.

1) No two suspects have the same weight, color shoes, color umbrella, color car, or hair color.
1) The suspect who owns a pink car was wearing tan shoes.
3) The suspect who weighs 180 pounds owns an orange car.
4) Terry Singer owns an orange car.
5) The suspect who owns a blue car was wearing purple shoes.
6) The suspect who weighs 150 pounds was wearing tan shoes.
7) Mike Cooper was carrying a pink umbrella.
8) Sylvian Bogard has black hair.
9) Jonah Jameson weighs 210 pounds.
10) The suspect who weighs 190 pounds was wearing purple shoes.
11) The suspect who was carrying a black umbrella is not the one who was wearing blue shoes.
12) The thief owns a blue car.
13) The suspect who owns a white car is not the one who weighs 170 pounds.
14) Jim Condon was wearing brown shoes.
15) The suspect who weighs 190 pounds is not the one who has black hair.

Can you find the culprit too?

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Intel Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #4 - Intel Interview Logical Question

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Five potential donors are sitting on a bench from left to right outside the surgery room and are waiting for the doctor. Their ages are 6, 10, 31, 47 and 61. Their heights are 41, 49, 61, 66 and 75. Their weights are 41, 76, 97, 126 and 166.

All you have to do is determine the position, blood group, age, height and weights of each of them with the help of the following ten hints.

1. The person on the far right is 37 years older than Jimmy, and is 61 inches tall.
2. Jimmy weighs 56 pounds more than his height.
3. Alexandrio weighs 76 pounds and is 75 inches tall.
4. Justin is type AB and weighs 56 pounds less than Jimmy.
5. The person in the center is 10 years old, is blood type AO and weighs 97 pounds.
6. Andrew, who is the first, is 66 inches tall, and weighs 100 pounds more than his height.
7. The person who is blood type O, is 25 years older than the person to the left of them.
8. Kian is 61 years old.
9. The person who is blood type A, is 55 years younger than Kian and is not next to the person who is type AO.
10. The person who is next to the 10 year old but not next to the person who is 66 inches tall, is blood type B, and weighs 126 pounds.

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Intel Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #5 - Intel Time Interview Puzzle

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I renovated my bathroom and got myself a new bath tub along with new accessories. I have two taps now - hot one and cold one. The hot tap fills the bath tub faster i.e. in fifteen minutes while it takes eighteen minutes for the cold tap to fill the bath tub.

The drain hole can drain the entirely filled bathtub in ten minutes when the taps are not running.

If I leave both the taps on with the drain plug left out, how long will it take the bath to fill?

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Intel Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #6 - Intel Interview Difficult Logical Brain Teaser

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Each of the alphabets are being converted into the equivalent binary code.

a=1, b=10, c=11, d=100, e=101, f=110, g=111, h=1000, i=1001, j=1010, k=1011, l=1100, m=1101, n=1110, o=1111, p=10000, q=10001, r=10010, s=10011, t=10100, u=10101, v=10110, w=10111, x=11000, y=11001, z=11010.

Some of the popular decoders of a university are called upon and they are presented with the following code

110011101001000100110011100110011110110
101100101100110010011101101001111010111
001010010000101011101011010110010110011
010010001111101011111000101001001101001
011111111010111001001000101110010000100
111010011100111011101100110011100111011
000011001011000110101101100111010010011
111111010111100011010010011001111111110
101100001100101011001111111110101

The only problem with the binary code is that the spaces are missing and there is no punctuation whatsoever. Only a couple of them were able to decipher the cipher and tell what is written.

Can you solve it?

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Intel Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #7 - Intel Maths Interview Question

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Three professors were discussing over how long they have been teaching. Andrew and Beyonce had been teaching for a total of thirty six years. Curt and Beyonce had been teaching for a total of twenty two years. Curt and Andrew had been teaching for a total of twenty eight years.

Can you find out how long have each of them been teaching?

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Intel Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #8 - Intel Series Interview Question

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Can you determine what comes next in the following series of animals?
Fawn, Bear, Lion, Mole, __?

Choose from the following:
Seal
Duck
Stag
Vole
Wolf

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Intel Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #9 - Drainage Pipe Interview Question

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There is a large fresh water reservoir that has two distinct drainage systems - small pipe and large pipe.

Six large pipes can drain the reservoir completely in exactly 12 hours while six small pipes will take 18 hours to drain the reservoir.

Can you calculate the time that will be taken by 6 large pipes and 6 small pipes together to drain the reservoir?

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Intel Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #10 - Intel Clock Interview Question

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Can you find out the angle between the minute hand and the hour hand at 3:15 on an analog clock? Think hard and then come to a conclusion.

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