SAS Interview Puzzles have been presented to you by GPuzzles.Com. The purpose of this post is to make the students (preparing for the interview) cognizant of the structure of Interview Questions in SAS.

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SAS is a software suite developed by SAS Institute for cutting-edge analytics, business intelligence, data management, and extrapolative analytics. It is the largest market-share holder for innovative analytics. SAS was developed at North Carolina State University from 1966 until 1976, when SAS Institute was unified.

The following SAS Interview Puzzles/Questions will enable the students to practice and be more confident while giving the interview.
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SAS Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #1 - SAS Set Interview Question

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If we choose three different numbers from a set [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] and the numbers are arranged in increasing order, what is the probability that the sequence that comes out as a result is an arithmetic sequence?

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SAS Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #2 - SAS Srithmetic Sequence Interview Question

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If the sum of the first sixteen terms in an arithmetic sequence is twenty three times that of the sum of the first four terms, can you determine the 10th term of the sequence given that the first term is 2?

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SAS Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #3 - SAS Clock Interview Question

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There is an alien planet where a week comprises of eight days - Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Funday. One day comprises of 36 hours and every hour comprises of 90 minutes while every minutes has 60 seconds. We know that on earth, the hour hand covers the whole dial twice every day.

Can you find out what is the angle between the hands of the clock on the alien planet when the time is 15:40 am?

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SAS Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #4 - SAS Standard Deviation Interview Question

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Which of the following comprises of the highest standard deviation?
a) 3, 0, 3, 0, 3, 0
b) 3, -3, -3, -3, -3
c) 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3
d) -3, 3, -3, 3, -3, 3

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SAS Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #5 - SAS Ratio Interview Question

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We mix A and B in a 3:5 ration and B and C in an 8:5 ration. We know that the final mixture is thirty five liters, can you find out the amount of B?

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SAS Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #6 - SAS Number Interview Question

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We have a five digit number in mind. The fifth digit of the number is fourth of the third digit and one half of the fourth digit. The third digit is one half of the first digit and the second digit is five more than the fifth digit.

We know that it is pretty confusing but can you determine the five digit number with the data given?

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SAS Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #7 - SAS Geometry Interview Question

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We have a right angled triangle with two perpendicular sides as 12 centimeters and 8 centimeters. We want to draw a square inside that triangle.
Now can you find out the largest possible side of the square that can be drawn?
a) 4 centimeters
b) 5 centimeters
c) 4.4 centimeters
d) 5.5 centimeters

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SAS Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #8 - SAS Interview Age Puzzle

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A grandfather is blessed with three grandchildren. The age difference between two of them is three. The eldest child is three times the youngest child and the eldest child is two more than the sum of other two children.

Can you find out the age of the eldest child?

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SAS Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #9 - Tolling Bells Tricky Interview Problem

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In a school, six bells are installed. All of them commence tolling together at the intervals of 2, 4, 5, 8, 10 and 12 seconds respectively. Can you find out how many times do they toll together in thirty minutes?

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SAS Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #10 - Easy Ratio Interview Problem

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Calculate the ratio of purchasing price and selling price if there is a loss of 12 1/2 %.

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