# IBM Recruitment Exam - Coding Questions

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IBM is one of the top companies and leading recruiters. It is soon going to visit your campus for recruitments for the year 2018. So, if you're wondering how to get through the recruitment and bag the job from IBM, here we are to guide you through. In this blog, we've discussed the sample questions on coding which are likely to be asked in IBM recruitment.

1. Write a program to find HCF of two numbers by without using recursion.

Input format:

The first line contains any 2 positive numbers separated by space.

Output format:

Print the HCF of given two numbers.

Sample Input:

70 15

Sample Output:

5

 Sample Questions Answer Solution code #includeint gcd(int,int);int main(){    int m,n,ans;scanf("%d",&m);    scanf("%d",&n);    while(m!=n)    {        if(m>n)         {            m=m-n;        }        else        {            n=n-m;        }    }    printf("%d",m);    return 0;} Solution Explanation int m,n;  //declare required variablesscanf("%d",&m); //scan the inputsscanf("%d",&n);while(m!=n) //check the condition{    if(m>n)  //if it is satisfied     {        m=m-n;  //update m value    }    else    {        n=n-m; //otherwise n value    }}printf("%d",m);  //print it

2. Write a C program to find the sum of A.P(Arithmetic Progression ) series

Input Format:

• The first line contains the first term of the A.P series.

• The second line contains a total number of terms in  A.P series

• The third line contains the common difference of A.P series.

Output Format:

• Sum of the A.P series.

Sample Input:

1

5

2

Sample Output:

25

3. Write a program to calculate the standard deviation.

Input format:

N(Number of Integers)

N Integers

Output format:

The standard deviation of the given integer.

sample input:

10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Sample output:

2.87

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