# TCS Latest Campus Placement Papers 2011 (New Pattern) With Solutions

Discussion in 'Campus Recruitment & Preparation' started by AbraKaDabra, Aug 29, 2011.

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Most of the questions are solved here by CEan-CivilPrincess, if you don't get some of the other questions, post them here.

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Alok and Bhanu play the following min-max game. Given the expression N = 9 +
X + Y – Z where X, Y and Z are variables representing single digits (0 to 9), Alok
would like to maximize N while Bhanu would like to minimize it. Towards this end, Alok
chooses a single digit number and Bhanu substitutes this for a variable of her choice
(X, Y or Z). Alok then chooses the next value and Bhanu, the variable to substitute the
value. Finally Alok proposes the value for the remaining variable. Assuming both play
to their optimal strategies, the value of N at the end of the game would be
• 18
• 20
• 0.0
• 27

### uppala.roshniCertified CEan

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Hi, I will be facing the TCS online test on Sept 7, 2011 and I donot know from where to start my preparation for. Can anybody please help me.

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Start preparing with the aptitude questions (basic mathematics and logical reasoning along with Data Interpretation and Sufficiency type questions). Interview would be mostly about programming, your project and some totally irrelevant questions: http://www.crazyengineers.com/forum...rs-asked-candidates-dance-interview-room.html

### ricky.singlaCertified CEan

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can any1 attch the file of question of thoughtworks

### CIVILPRINCESSCertified CEan

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one mistake in a problem that i solved.

the excentre is also to be considered since it will be equidistant from all the sides when they are extended. this i had not thought..

but now there is a new thing that i found.

if it is an equilateral triangle then the no of excentre points would be three so the total points would be= 1(incentre)+3(excentre) =4.
but for an isosceles triangle the no of excentres to be considered are just two. therefore no of points = 1+2 =3

sorry for the confusion guys

### CIVILPRINCESSCertified CEan

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the answer for this would be= 20

reason: when we have it like x+y-z the maximum value would be 11 by cleverly placing the numbers. i'll post some examples for it in sometime. its just the same. just add the constant and 11.

### sarkarpratapCertified CEan

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can u provide pdf of urs solution....?? plz .. i m sittng 4 TCS on 8th... plz buddy hepl

### lekhyaCertified CEan

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a lady has fine gloves and hat-18 blue,32 red,25 yellow.the lights are out but she could make out its hat or glove in the dark.she takes out an item out of the closet only if she is sure tat it is a glove.how many glove smust she take out to make sure tat she has a pair of each colour????

pls some one ans this.....................

### lekhyaCertified CEan

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how come its 11 in the case of x+y-z

pls explain

### lakshmidharCertified CEan

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hey i have a doubt ex-centre is also equdistant from all the three lines know then we have the answer 4 is it corect or not

### lakshmidharCertified CEan

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since it is given as LINE it can be extendable so that we get 3 excentres and one incentres so answer is 4 otherwise if it is given as LINE SEGMENT ans is 1

### lakshmidharCertified CEan

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if it is LINE it can be extendable so we get 3 ex-centres and 1 incentres so ans is 4. if it is LINE SEGMENT we cannot extend it so answer will be 1 incentre so ans is 1.

### Rajesh BabuCertified CEan

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Have u selected

### lakshmidharCertified CEan

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we have tcs on campus on 17th of this month. I came across this doubt when i am preparing for it. Pls clear my doubt

### lekhyaCertified CEan

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hi guys.
i got placed in TCS.thanks for all as u ppl helped me in clearing all my doubts in apti questions.
thanks once again.
hoping the hear happy news from u tooo

bye ppl
all the best

### Praveen-KumarKnight

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Congrats, but why don't you stay in touch with us...

### lekhyaCertified CEan

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hi
ya sure.i will help all of u in clearing ur doubts.pls concentrate on ur technical stuff as most of us were interviewed in tat part

all the best ppl
bye

### Praveen-KumarKnight

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Ha ha.. That's nice... Thankz, and am from TCS, an year experienced now...

### lekhyaCertified CEan

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