## 3 and 5 litre water Jug to measure 4 litres interview puzzle

You have a 3 litre jag and a 5 litre water jug. Jug does not have any marking. You have plenty of water or running tap. …

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You have a 3 litre jag and a 5 litre water jug. Jug does not have any marking. You have plenty of water or running tap. …

Pair of Socks puzzle:You have 100 black socks and 100 white socks mixed up in a drawer. You must pick socks blindly from the drawer. How …

Burning ropes Puzzle: You have two ropes and a lighter. Each rope takes exactly 60 minutes to burn completely. Given ropes burn inconsistently (for example, if …

Interview puzzle: If you have 20 people in a party and each shakes everyone else’s hand only once, how many handshakes take place? Use below formula …

Interview Puzzle: There are four persons A, B, C and D who wants to cross a weak bridge in the night. They have one torch with …

You have three jugs. They can hold 12 liters, 8 liters, and 5 liters of milk or say water respectively. 12-liter jug is full of milk, …

Maths interview puzzle: How many degrees are in the angle between the hour and minute hands of a clock when the time is quarter past 5 …

Snail climbing out of a well – Mathematical interview puzzle – A snail is at the bottom of a 30 foot well. Every hour the snail …