**ThoughtWorks logic assessment test paper - Solutions?**

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Ankita Katdare

kanwar singh

i have solved these questions

sheena.gurm

gowthurag

DivyaBalsa

DivyaBalsa

i need answers pleaseAnkita KatdareA lot of people are writing to me saying they are having a hard time finding solutions to these questions. Anyone here wants to try figuring out the answers?

Ankita Katdare

Start putting up questions one by one OR in a list - and we will discuss the solutions here.DivyaBalsai need answers pls

nomadtraveler

Can you please explain how you solved question 3?

Ankita Katdare

I believe this is the question -nomadtravelerHey Ankita!

Can you please explain how you solved question 3?

Step 1:

2 + 3 = 5

5 in Box 11

Step 2:

8 in Box 10

Step 3:

Yes. The Box number is 1, which is an odd number.

Step 4:

Number in Box 6 = 2

Number in Box 2 = 6

Therefore going to instruction 6

Step 6:

4 + 5 = 9

9 in Box 11.

Step 7:

Box 2 and Box 9

Step 8:

8 !< 9

Therefore, NO.

Step 9:

8 in Box 10.

Answer is

**Box 8 has 11**

Box 11 has 9

Solved it in a jiffy. Please correct if I am wrong.

Box 11 has 9

Solved it in a jiffy. Please correct if I am wrong.

nomadtraveler

I was actually referring to problem 1 and problem 2 (Image number 3)

Ankita Katdare

Could you share your solution with us please? We can verify it and discuss the correct solution. 😀nomadtravelerThanks so much for such a quick reply! I messed up on the question numbers though 😔 Calculated the sample tests as questions as well. My bad.

I was actually referring to problem 1 and problem 2 (Image number 3)

nomadtraveler

Ankita Katdare

A step by step solution I meant. It will be useful for fellow engineers who want to know the procedure to solve these problems. 👍nomadtravelerSure! For Problem 1, my answer was 27. Is that correct?

There are no correct solutions available.

nomadtraveler

sharad225

ushe

osheen raina

niksw7

Ankita KatdareI believe this is the question -

Step 1:

2 + 3 = 5

5 in Box 11

Step 2:

8 in Box 10

Step 3:

Yes. The Box number is 1, which is an odd number.

Step 4:

Number in Box 6 = 2

Number in Box 2 = 6

Therefore going to instruction 6

Step 6:

4 + 5 = 9

9 in Box 11.

Step 7:

Box 2 and Box 9

Step 8:

8 !< 9

Therefore, NO.

Step 9:

8 in Box 10.

Answer is

Box 8 has 11

Box 11 has 9

Solved it in a jiffy. Please correct if I am wrong.

Go to statement 3. U need to start again from 3 and not just end at step 9

chaitanyaM

ANURADHAM89

ANURADHAM89

Ankita Katdare

READ THESE DIRECTIONS:

In the following problem you are told something about the result, and you must determine what the content of the boxes must have been, in order to obtain the result.

In these problems, the expressions (number in box x) is abbreviated as (x)

In each of the following problem no two boxes contain the same number.

The object of the following flow-chart is to rearrange the numbers in boxes 3, 4 and 5in such a fashion that, at the end:

Box 3 will always contain the smallest number,

Box 5 will always contain the largest number,

However, this flow-chart is INCORRECT. As it stands, it will not accomplish the desired purpose. Which one instruction must be changed to correct the flow-chart?

In order to correct this flow-chart, we must change Instruction No. ______

So that the first box-number mentioned in it is box-number ______

And the second box-number mentioned in it is box-number ______

@Koushal Patel @Manish Goyal @Rajni Jain @Chirayu Samarth @Dhananjay Harkare @Jason Estibeiro

Kuldeep Aggarwal

Ankita KatdareI believe this is the question -

Step 1:

2 + 3 = 5

5 in Box 11

Step 2:

8 in Box 10

Step 3:

Yes. The Box number is 1, which is an odd number.

Step 4:

Number in Box 6 = 2

Number in Box 2 = 6

Therefore going to instruction 6

Step 6:

4 + 5 = 9

9 in Box 11.

Step 7:

Box 2 and Box 9

Step 8:

8 !< 9

Therefore, NO.

Step 9:

8 in Box 10.(I think, here we have done a little mistake, we need to put value of Box2 in Box9, i.e. 6 in Box 9)

Answer is

Box 8 has 11

Box 11 has 9

Solved it in a jiffy. Please correct if I am wrong.

So again,

Step 3

No, Box number is even # => Move to step 6

Step 6

9 + 4(box5) = 13

step 7

Box 3 and Box 8

step 8

8 < 8 ? No, go to step 2

step 2

Put "5"(box 3) in Box 8.

step 3

Yes, Box number 3 is odd.

Number in Box 6 = 2

Number in Box 2 = 6

Therefore going to instruction 6

step 6

put 13(box 11) + 4(box 5) in box 11

step 7

Box 4 and Box 7

step 8

7 < 8 ? Yes, => END

value in Box 8: 5

value in Box 11: 17

p.s.: Please correct me if I took any wrong step or misunderstood the question.

Kuldeep Aggarwal

I got 14.ANURADHAM89is the answer for problem 4 .............6

Step 1

put 9(box 12) - 0(box 12) in box 2

step 2

Box 12 and Box 14

step 3

We can't let the condition be false as there is no Box 14, so we have to put "14" in box 3 to make the condition 14 == value in Box 3 be true.

so the answer might be 14.

Sujith EthanHunt

I hope you are doing fine, I was just trying to solve this questions. In sample question 2 they gave answer has 11 but I'm getting 8, could you please tell me how to solve this.

Thanks in advance.

timer

Can u please explain one problem from each section?

prachi agrawal

ugomar

Nitincool

Jassi Kaur

Problem 1 ans-27

problem 2 ans 22

problem 3 ans 5 and 17

problem 4 ans 8

problem 5 ans 7

problem 6 ans 11

problem 7 ans 4

and rest I have not solved

Please tell if they are correct

Jassi Kaur

problem 1 answer is 27 not -27 sorry for the mistakeJassi Kaursee I try solving the paper and i got these as the answers Please tell if any of them is wrong

Problem 1 ans-27

problem 2 ans 22

problem 3 ans 5 and 17

problem 4 ans 8

problem 5 ans 7

problem 6 ans 11

problem 7 ans 4

and rest I have not solved

Please tell if they are correct

DILIP KUMAR E

kaka ji amu

Vineet Agrawal

Vishal Sangave

Same answers I gotJassi Kaursee I try solving the paper and i got these as the answers Please tell if any of them is wrong

Problem 1 ans-27

problem 2 ans 22

problem 3 ans 5 and 17

problem 4 ans 8

problem 5 ans 7

problem 6 ans 11

problem 7 ans 4

and rest I have not solved

Please tell if they are correct

Problem 8 ans Largest=2 and Smallest 1

Problem 11 ans Step to change is Step 1 First box should be 3 and then 4

Jacopo Marcantonio

I cannot understand how to tackle them.

Thanks,

Jacopo

Swati_5868

Ankita Katdare

NOOTHAN

can anyone help me with more FLOWCHART based problems and CODING PROGRAMS to clear the first two rounds.

thank you,

Aishwarya Mittal

Aishwarya Mittal

narendra hm

narendra hm

Aishwarya Mittal

Can u give me the solution ?narendra hmfor problem 2 answer should be 19

Aishwarya Mittal

Can u provide us solution of problem statement 11 ? How u reached this conclusion? Thanks in advance!!someoneUnkownSame answers I got

Problem 8 ans Largest=2 and Smallest 1

Problem 11 ans Step to change is Step 1 First box should be 3 and then 4

dayal1234

escume me... i have found some solution own my own.. but still which is blank i m not able get the concept of these questions..Ankita KatdareI found some questions from their logic assessment test.

Check them here:

please help me and responce ASAP..

thanks

dayal1234

Bro i need that 5 image question which is blank how to fill tht not able to get the logic behind tht.. or can say not able to get these questins.. 😔kanwar singhne1 having some other set of questions?

i have solved these questions

teel me logic beghind it.... or mail me Solutions PLEASE

jayalakshmi abhinaya

dayal1234

only first type of question i understoodJayalakshmi Jayabalhi every one😁.. how do you solve that one??😔...what are the logic behind like this???😒...flow of the program could not understood myself😳...if any one known that logic explained 👍👍👍

nameless129

in step 9 control goes to step3. after that dont we need to slove 4,5,6... steps again?Ankita KatdareI believe this is the question -

Step 1:

2 + 3 = 5

5 in Box 11

Step 2:

8 in Box 10

Step 3:

Yes. The Box number is 1, which is an odd number.

Step 4:

Number in Box 6 = 2

Number in Box 2 = 6

Therefore going to instruction 6

Step 6:

4 + 5 = 9

9 in Box 11.

Step 7:

Box 2 and Box 9

Step 8:

8 !< 9

Therefore, NO.

Step 9:

8 in Box 10.

Answer is

Box 8 has 11

Box 11 has 9

Solved it in a jiffy. Please correct if I am wrong.

Prajkta Kedare

**I want answer of above question, any one have answer please reply quick **

Kaustubh Katdare

@Prajkta Kedare - Where exactly are you stuck? Looks straightforward to me. You simply have to keep iterating it.

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