The following Fiberlink Interview Puzzles will help you enhance your skills and will offer you better confidence while giving the interview.

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You are provided with twenty five different horses and you must find out who are the fastest horses. You can conduct a race of five horses only at one time. There is no point in the race where you can find out the actual speed of a horse in a race.

How many races will it take to help you determine the fastest three horses?

How many races will it take to help you determine the fastest three horses?

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You have ten sets of 10 coins. You are aware of exactly how much the coins weigh. You also know that all the coins in one set of ten are exactly a hundredth of an ounce off which makes the entire set of the ten coins a tenth of an ounce off. Also you are aware of the fact that all the other coins weight the correct amount. Now you are allowed to use an exceptionally precise digital weighing machine only once.

Can you identify which set of 10 coins is faulty?

Can you identify which set of 10 coins is faulty?

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There is a town named Panem. The town is well built and have every facility available to the citizens. It comprises of 100 married couples. The husbands of the town are very loyal to their wives but that happens for a reason. There is a rule that is followed by the people of the town. If any wife finds out about her husband's infidelity, the husband is immediately executed.

No woman in the town talks about their own husband and all they do is gossip about others'. Thus every woman in the town is familiar with all the other unfaithful husbands but does not know about their own. This can also be explained as that the husbands remain glued lip about their own unfaithfulness.

One day, the mayor of the town announces to the people that there is at least one cheating husband in the town. What will happen now?

No woman in the town talks about their own husband and all they do is gossip about others'. Thus every woman in the town is familiar with all the other unfaithful husbands but does not know about their own. This can also be explained as that the husbands remain glued lip about their own unfaithfulness.

One day, the mayor of the town announces to the people that there is at least one cheating husband in the town. What will happen now?

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Rihanna puts 9 pairs of blue socks and 8 pairs of grey socks in a drawer. She picks up 3 socks. Calculate the probability that she will pick up a pair of blue socks?

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You have a rectangle. If each side of it is increased by 100%, by what percentage will the area increase?

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In a football league, a certain team which played 60 games had won 30 percent of the games. But the team performed a winning streak and raised its average to 50 percent.

How many games must they have won in a row to raise their average to 50 percent?

How many games must they have won in a row to raise their average to 50 percent?

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An ant climbs 6 meters and falls 3 meters in the alternate minutes. How much time will the ant take to climb a wall that is 60 meters high?

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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?

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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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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Tia has to go to a party and she leaves her house in the morning. While she is leaving her house, she gazes at the analog clock through the reflection in the mirror. There are no numbers in the clock and thus she makes an error in reading as it was a mirror image. She thinks that nothing is wrong with the clock and drives to the party.

She reaches at the party in 20 minutes and finds out that the time that the clock at the party displays 2 hours 30 minutes more than what she has seen in the mirror image at her home.

Can you find out the time when she reached to the party?

She reaches at the party in 20 minutes and finds out that the time that the clock at the party displays 2 hours 30 minutes more than what she has seen in the mirror image at her home.

Can you find out the time when she reached to the party?

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