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A Basic info about the company:

Intec Telecom Systems is company that offers Business Support System (BSS) software and related services, predominantly for the telecommunications industry but progressively for clienteles in other industries comprising Financial Services, Transportation and the Government sector. The company is listed on the main London stock market and is a component of the FTSE Small Cap Index. Intec is now formally a fragment of CSG International.

Before you plan on giving interviews, you must read and solve these Intec Telecom Systems Interview Puzzles as they can brush up your aptitude and puzzle solving skills enabling you with a better confidence in the actual interview.
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A Basic info about the company:

Intec Telecom Systems is company that offers Business Support System (BSS) software and related services, predominantly for the telecommunications industry but progressively for clienteles in other industries comprising Financial Services, Transportation and the Government sector. The company is listed on the main London stock market and is a component of the FTSE Small Cap Index. Intec is now formally a fragment of CSG International.

Before you plan on giving interviews, you must read and solve these Intec Telecom Systems Interview Puzzles as they can brush up your aptitude and puzzle solving skills enabling you with a better confidence in the actual interview.

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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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A train is moving from station A to station B at 15 mph. Another train is moving in the opposite direction from station B to A at a speed of 20mph. A vulture is flying from Station A to station B at 25 mph. When the vulture reaches at the train moving from Station B to A, it starts flying back and flies at the same speed till it reaches the train moving from station A to B and starts flying in the reverse direction again. The vulture keeps flying to and fro till both the trains collide with each other.

What is the total distance that is traveled by the vulture?

What is the total distance that is traveled by the vulture?

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Can you determine how many times do the minute and hour hands of a clock overlap in a day?

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A new company has launched a range of juicy candies. There are two flavors of which these juice candies will be available for retail - Peach and Grape. The toffees are packed in three different boxes with one containing peach candies, one containing grape candies and one containing a mixture of both. It is informed that the packaging person has accidentally mislabeled all the three boxes.

If you are asked to label them correctly, how many candies will you have to pick and from which jar in order to label every box correctly?

If you are asked to label them correctly, how many candies will you have to pick and from which jar in order to label every box correctly?

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In an old town, there lived a pot maker who wanted to sell the last stock of his craft to a merchant. When the merchant asked him how many pots he had, he replied that he was unable to count after 100. But he gave him certain clues to figure out for himself:

If the number of pots are divided by two, there will be one left.

If they are divided by three, there will be one left.

If they are divided by four, there will be one left.

If they are divided by five, there will be one left.

If they are divided by six, there will be one left.

If they are divided by seven, there will be one left.

If they are divided by eight, there will be one left.

If they are divided by nine, there will be one left.

If they are divided by ten, there will be one left.

But if they are divided by eleven, there will be no pot left.

Can you find the number of pots, the pot maker possess?

If the number of pots are divided by two, there will be one left.

If they are divided by three, there will be one left.

If they are divided by four, there will be one left.

If they are divided by five, there will be one left.

If they are divided by six, there will be one left.

If they are divided by seven, there will be one left.

If they are divided by eight, there will be one left.

If they are divided by nine, there will be one left.

If they are divided by ten, there will be one left.

But if they are divided by eleven, there will be no pot left.

Can you find the number of pots, the pot maker possess?

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