7.5 degrees. The minute hand will be at 15 but you have to consider the interim movement of the hour hand. Every 12 hours, the hour hand moves 360 degrees, therefore every hour it moves 30 degrees. The easiest way is to multiply 1/12 (for the hour) times 360 degrees (we arrive at 30 degrees as anticipated) then, for the quarter hour passed to get to 15 past, mulitply 1/4 by 30 degrees and you get 7.5 I got this question and believe me it was hard to think cool under that kind of pressure but just remember to think aloud.
It's essential to demonstrate that you can really go deep... there are plenty of followup questions and (sometimes tangential) angles to explore. There's a lot of Data Analyst experts who've worked at Panasonic, who provide this sort of practice through mock interviews. There's a whole list of them curated on Prepfully. prepfully.com/practice-interviews
Yes, I have been aspired to join Bloomberg since I attended the career talk when I was in my second year at the university. If you give me a chance to work with you, I'll prove to you how I can be a good self-starter and dedicated team member.
Fairly straight forward stuff. Asked about what I thought the role was about and some of my past experience. Only trickier question was why didn't I consider sales and what drew me to them over other banks.
Ability to take more form under same name..(eg.area(), area(circle))
It is many forms. In java it can be implemented with overloading or overriding. There are two types 1. Compile time : Overloading a method with in a class with different method signatures. Ex: Bike is a class, based on gear shift no. speed changes. 2. Run time : Overriding a method in different hierarchy classes with same signature it is generally resolved during run time rather than compile time. Generally based on upcasting. Ex. Bank class, different banks provide different rate of interest.