60 Minutes

4 Questions

This test is designed to assess a candidate's ability to use coding, Go, data structures, and data manipulation to solve problems. The test will include a variety of coding challenges that require the candidate to use their knowledge of Go, data structures, and data manipulation to create solutions. The test will also include questions that require the candidate to explain their thought process and explain how they arrived at their solution. The test will also include questions that require the candidate to explain the advantages and disadvantages of different approaches to solving the problem.

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Example Question:

Coding

Bobby has to do *n* chores today. *i*-th chore takes a[i] unit of time to complete. It is guaranteed that for every i, the condition *a[i] *>= *a[i]*-1 is met, so the sequence is sorted.

Also, Bobby can work hard on some chores. He can choose no more than *k* chores and do each in *x* units of time instead of *a[i]*.

Bobby is very responsible, so he has to do all *n* chores, and now he wants to know the minimum time he needs to do everything. Bobby cannot do two chores simultaneously.

k = 2, x = 2 and a = [4, 6, 7, 10]

Since two chores, 7 and 10, can be done in 2 units of time, thus 2+2+4+6 = 14