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Amazon internship questions SEPTEMBER @ VIT
Test Format: 1. 25 Objective Questions (45 minutes) 2. 2 Subjective Questions (30 minutes) Key Areas: 1. C and Data Structures. (Major Emphasis 20 questions) 2. OS/DBMS  one or two questions from them (Generally Queries in SQL). 3. Networking basics (Subnetting etc.)  one or two questions.
They'll be declaring the results the following day or so. Carry a copy of your resume for your written test. Go through the site of Amazon and read about its products and what it does. This will help you in the PPT they give.
1. There are three cards, first one is coloured blue on both sides, the second is colored red on both sides and the third has one face painted Red and the other face painted blue. A card is picked at random. If the face visible to the person is red, what is the probability that the other faceis blue?
2. Subjective 1: Given two sorted arrays A and B of sizes n and m+n,containing n and m elements respectively. Write a routine to merge the array A into B such that B is still sorted. Your code should be in O(1) extra space.
Subjective 2: Given an array of intergers. Write a program to print all the permutations of the numbers in the array. The output should be sorted in a nonincreasing order. For example for the array { 12, 4, 66, 8, 9}, the output should be: 9866412 9866124 9846612 .... .... 1246689 What is the running time of your program?
3. There are 6 Resouces to be shared among n Processes. Each process may acquire 2 resource. What is the maximum no. of processes (out of n) so that a deadlock doesn't occur? a)3 b)4 c)5 d)6
4. How many times does the following program print "hello world" ? void foo() { fork(); if(fork()  !fork()) printf("Hello World"); } main() { foo(); }
5. Given: Four resources r[1],r[2],r[3],r[4] to be shared among four processes p[1],p[2],p[3],p[4]. If the following code is executed: for(int i=1;i<=4;i++) { wait(r[i]); wait(r[i+1] mod 4); .... /* Isn't it a solution to a famous synchronization problem? Refer silberschatz. */ .... release(r[i+1] mod 4); release(r[i]); } The situation is a : a) no starvation and no deadlock b) Starvation and a deadlock c) Starvation but no deadlock d) no starvation but a deadlock
6. What is the space complexity for the following code? void fib(n) { if(n==1) return n; else return fib(n1) + fib(n2); }
7. How many zeros are there in the factorial of 100?
8. Given two IP addresses: 207.197.2.71 and 207.197.75.13 and their respective subnet masks: 255.255.128.0 and 255.255.192.0. a) The addresses belong to the same network. b) The addresses belong to different networks. c) The addresses are the broadcast addresses of their networks. d) cannot determine.
9. In the following code of reversing a linked list, fill your code where specified: node *reverse( node *node) { node *m; if(node==NULL  node>next == NULL) return node; else /* Your code here */ return node; } a) m=reverse(node>next>next); node>next>next=node; node=NULL; b) m=reverse(node>next>next>next); node>next>next=node; node=NULL; c) m= node > next; node = reverse (m); node>next = NULL; d) Something again with node>next>next, i dont remember. ( It was not m=reverse(node>next); m>next=node; )
10. Given two tables: table1(player, ground_name, num_centuries); table2(ground_name, country); Write and SQL query for the following: " Select all the players from table1 who has made a century in every country."
11. What does the following code do? struct tree { int val; node *left; node *right; }*node; int value=0,counter=0; int doSomething(node *node) { if(node>left) return 1 + doSomething(node>left); else counter = counter + value; if(node>right) return max(value, 1+doSomething(node>right)); else counter = counter  value; return value; } a) Finds the number of nodes with only one child. b) Double the length of the maximum path in the tree. c) Finds the height of the tree. d) Finds all the leaf nodes of the tree. e) Finds the shortest path from the root to a node.
12. A queue is to be implemented using stack, that has an additional operation REVERSE apart from PUSH and POP, that reverses the contents of the stack. How many operations on the stack are required to perform ENQUEUE and DEQUEUE operations on the queue? a)1,3 b)3,3 c)3,1 d)1,1
13. int x=2; void Q(int z) { z= z+x; printf(z); } void P(int x) { x=x+2; Q(x); } void main() { int x=5; P(x); } What is the output of the above program?
Amazon does not stress upon Aptitude questions. So focus on your technical part. CTC for Amazon: 9.5 lacs/annum. Duration for internship: 4 Months. Good Luck !
Some Sample Questions 1.Two tables emp(empid,name,deptid,sal) and dept(deptid,deptname) are there.write a query which displays empname,corresponding deptname also display those employee names who donot belong to any dept. 2.Display the employees whose salary is less than average salary. 3.what is the output of the program 4. 5.What is the wrong in this program 