# Ge Healthcare Interview Questions

GE HealthCare is a subsidiary of American multinational conglomerate General Electric incorporated in New York and headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. As of 2017, it is a manufacturer and distributor of diagnostic imaging agents and radiopharmaceuticals for imaging modalities used in medical imaging procedures. It offers dyes used in magnetic-resonance-imaging procedures; manufactures medical diagnostic equipment, including CT image machines; MRI, XRAY; Ultrasound; Cath Labs.

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## GE Healthcare Array Questions

Question 1. Concatenation of Array LeetCode Solution Problem Description: The Concatenation of Array Leetcode Solution: states that Given an integer array nums of length n, you want to create an array ans of length 2n where ans[i] == nums[i] and ans[i + n] == nums[i] for 0 <= i < n (0-indexed). Specifically, ans is the concatenation of two nums arrays. Return the array ans. Let’s first try to understand the problem and what it states. The problem ...

Question 2. Find whether an array is subset of another array The problem “Find whether an array is subset of another array” states that you are given two arrays arra1[] and array2[]. The arrays given are in an unsorted manner. Your task is to find whether the array2[] is a subset of array1[]. Example arr1= [1,4,5,7,8,2] arr2= [1,7,2,4] arr2 [] is ...

Question 3. Minimum sum of multiplications of n numbers The problem “Minimum sum of multiplications of n numbers” states that you are given n integers and you need to minimize the sum of multiplication of all the numbers by taking two elements that are adjacent at a time and putting back their sum mod 100 until a single number ...

Question 4. Find subarray with given sum (Handles Negative Numbers) The problem “Find subarray with given sum (Handles Negative Numbers)” states that you are given an integer array, containing negative integers as well and a number called “sum”. The problem statement asks to print the sub-array, which sums up to a given number called “sum”.  If more than one sub-array ...

Question 5. Find all triplets with zero sum The problem “Find all triplets with zero sum” states that you are given an array containing positive and negative number both. The problem statement asks to find out the triplet with the sum equal to 0. Example arr[] = {0,-2,1,3,2,-1} (-2 -1  3) (-2 0  2) (-1 0  1) Explanation ...

Question 6. Maximum product of an increasing subsequence Problem Statement The problem “Maximum product of an increasing subsequence” states that you are given an array of integers. Now you need to find out the maximum product you can achieve such that you multiply the elements of an increasing subsequence. The thing to note is that, we are not ...

Question 7. Range sum queries without updates Problem Statement The problem “Range sum queries without updates” states that you have an array of integers and a range. The problem statement asks to find out the sum of all the elements within the given range. Example arr[]={10, 9, 8, 7, 6} Query: {(0, 4), (1, 3)} 40 24 ...

Question 8. Maximize sum of consecutive differences in a circular array Problem Statement Suppose you have an integer array. This array should be treated as a circular array. The last value of an array will be connected to the first array, an ⇒ a1. The problem “Maximize sum of consecutive differences in a circular array” asks to find out the maximum ...

Question 9. Implementation of Deque using circular array Problem Statement “Implementation of Deque using circular array” asks to implement the following functions of a Deque(Doubly Ended Queue) using circular array, insertFront(x) : insert an element x at the front of Deque insertRear(x) : insert an element x at the rear of Deque deleteFront() : delete an element from ...

Question 10. Rearrange an array in order – smallest, largest, 2nd smallest, 2nd largest Problem Statement Suppose you have an integer array. The problem “Rearrange an array in order – smallest, largest, 2nd smallest, 2nd largest, ..” asks to rearrange the array in such a way that the smallest number comes first and then the largest number, then second smallest and then the second ...

Question 11. K maximum sums of overlapping contiguous sub-arrays Problem Statement The problem “K maximum sums of overlapping contiguous sub-arrays” states that you are given an array of integers. Find the maximum sum of k-subarrays such that their sum is maximum. These k-subarrays might be overlapping. So, we need to find k-subarrays such that their sum is maximum among ...

Question 12. Minimum number of subsets with distinct elements Problem Statement Suppose you have an array of integers of size n. The problem statement asks to find out the minimum number of subsets with distinct elements, that is subsets that can be formed which contain all the different/distinct elements from the array. Example arr[] = {2,4,6,2,1,4,2} 3 Explanation: {1, ...

Question 13. Find Zeros to be Flipped so that Number of Consecutive 1’s is Maximized Problem Statement In the “Find Zeros to be Flipped so that Number of Consecutive 1’s is Maximized” problem we have given a binary array and a number x which denotes the no. of zeros to be flipped. Write a program to find the zeros that need to be flipped so ...

Question 14. Merge K Sorted Arrays and Print Sorted Output Problem Statement In the “Merge K Sorted Arrays and Print Sorted Output” problem we have given k sorted arrays of different size. Write a program to merge those arrays and prints the final sorted array as output. Input Format The first line containing an integer n. Next n lines containing ...

## GE Healthcare String Questions

Question 15. Second Most Repeated Word in a Sequence Given a sequence of strings, the task is to find out the second most repeated (or frequent) word or string in a sequence. (Considering no two words are the second most repeated, there will be always a single word). Example Input: {“aaa”, ”bb”, ”bb”, ”aaa”, ”aaa”, c”} Output: String with ...

Question 16. Check whether Strings are K Distance Apart or Not Problem Statement Given two strings and an integer k, write a program to check whether the given strings are k distance apart or not. That is if any character is mismatched or any character is to be removed then it is known as k distance apart. Input Format The first ...

Question 17. Generate all Binary Strings Without Consecutive 1’s Problem Statement In the “Generate all binary strings without consecutive 1’s” problem we have given an integer k, write a program to print all binary strings of size k with no consecutive 1’s. Input Format The first and only one line containing an integer N. Output Format Print all possible ...

Question 18. Check if String can Become Empty by Recursively Deleting given Substring Problem Statement In the “Check if string can become empty by recursively deleting given substring” problem we have given two strings “s” and “t”. We have to check if the given input string “s” can be deleted completely by deleting the given input sub-string “t” recursively. Note: Given sub-string should ...

Question 19. Smallest Palindrome after Replacement Problem Statement In the “Smallest Palindrome after Replacement” problem we have given the input string contains lower case alphabets characters and dots(.). We need to replace all dots with some alphabet character in such a way that the resultant string becomes a palindrome. The palindrome should be lexicographically smallest. Input ...

Question 20. Count the Pairs at Same Distance as in English Alphabets Problem Statement In the “Count of Pairs at Same Distance as in English Alphabets” problem we have given a string “s”. Write a program that will print the number of pairs whose elements are at the same distance as in English alphabets. Input Format The first line containing the given ...

Question 21. Compare Two Version Numbers Problem Statement Given two input strings, which are in form of version numbers. A version number looks like a.b.c.d where a, b, c, d are integers. Therefore, the version number is a string in which numbers are separated by dots. We need to compare the two strings (version numbers) and ...

Question 22. Print all Possible Ways to Break a String in Bracket Form Problem Statement In the “Print all Possible Ways to Break a String in Bracket Form” problem, we have given a string “s”. Find all possible ways to break the given string in bracket form. Enclose all substrings within brackets (). Input Format The first and only one line containing a ...

Question 23. Caesar Cipher Description The Caesar Cipher technique is one of the earliest techniques of encryption. Here, for each letter in the given text, it is replaced by a letter some fixed number of positions down the alphabet. If n = 1, replace A with by B, B would become C, and so ...

Question 24. Check if Two given Strings are Isomorphic to each other Problem Statement In the “Check if Two given Strings are Isomorphic to each other” problem we have given two strings s1 and s2. Write a program that says whether the given strings are isomorphic or not. Note: Two strings are said to be isomorphic if there is a one to ...

## GE Healthcare Tree Questions

Question 25. Write Code to Determine if Two Trees are Identical The problem “Write Code to Determine if Two Trees are Identical” states that you are given two binary trees. find out if they are identical or not? Here, identical tree means that both the binary trees have the same node value with the same arrangement of nodes. Example Both trees ...

Question 26. Convert BST to Min Heap Problem Statement Given a complete Binary Search Tree, write an algorithm to convert it into a Min Heap, which is to convert BST to Min Heap. The Min Heap should be such that the values on the left of a node must be less than the values on the right ...

Question 27. Merge Two Balanced Binary Search Trees Problem Statement Given Two Balanced Binary Search Trees, there are n elements in the first BST and m elements in the second BST. Write an algorithm to merge two balanced binary search trees to form a third balanced Binary Search Tree with (n + m) elements. Example Input Output Pre-order ...

Question 28. Binary Search Tree Search and Insertion Problem Statement Write an algorithm to perform searching and insertion in Binary Search Tree. So what we are going to do is insert some of the elements from input into a binary search tree. Whenever asked to search a particular element, we’ll be searching it among the elements in BST(short ...

Question 29. Advantages of BST over Hash Table The most commonly used operations on any data structure are insertion, deletion, and searching. Hash Table is able to perform these three operations with the average time complexity of O(1), while self-balancing Binary Search Trees take O(log n) time complexity. At first, it seems as Hash Tables are better than ...

Question 30. Construct BST from its given Level Order Traversal Given the level order traversal of a Binary Search Tree, write an algorithm to construct the Binary Search Tree or BST from ITS given level order traversal. Example Input levelOrder[] = {18, 12, 20, 8, 15, 25, 5, 9, 22, 31} Output In-order : 5 8 9 12 15 18 ...

Question 31. Insertion in a Binary Tree In this article, we will learn the insertion in a binary tree. We have already seen the concept of BFS in the previous article, so here we will use the same concept to insert the data in a binary tree. The concept is traversing the tree in level order and ...

## GE Healthcare Graph Questions

Question 32. Depth First Search (DFS) for a Graph Depth First Search is a traversing or searching algorithm in tree/graph data structure. The concept of backtracking we use to find out the DFS. It starts at a given vertex (any arbitrary vertex) and explores it and visit the any of one which is connected to the current vertex and start ...

Question 33. Breadth First Search (BFS) for a Graph Breadth First Search (BFS) for a graph is a traversing or searching algorithm in tree/graph data structure. It starts at a given vertex(any arbitrary vertex) and explores all the connected vertex and after that moves to the nearest vertex and explores all the unexplored nodes and takes care that no ...

## GE Healthcare Stack Questions

Question 34. Implement Stack and Queue using Deque Problem Statement The problem “Implement Stack and Queue using Deque” states to write an algorithm to implement Stack and Queue using a Deque(Doubly Ended Queue). Example (Stack) Push(1) Push(2) Push(3) Pop() isEmpty() Pop() Size() 3 false 2 1 Example (Queue) Enqueue(1) Enqueue(2) Enqueue(3) Dequeue isEmpty() Size() Dequeue() 1 false 2 ...

## GE Healthcare Queue Questions

Question 35. Implementation of Deque using Doubly Linked List Problem Statement The problem “Implementation of Deque using Doubly Linked List” states that you need to implement the following functions of Deque or Doubly Ended Queue using a doubly linked list, insertFront(x) : Add element x at the starting of Deque insertEnd(x) : Add element x at the end of ...

Question 36. Implement Stack and Queue using Deque Problem Statement The problem “Implement Stack and Queue using Deque” states to write an algorithm to implement Stack and Queue using a Deque(Doubly Ended Queue). Example (Stack) Push(1) Push(2) Push(3) Pop() isEmpty() Pop() Size() 3 false 2 1 Example (Queue) Enqueue(1) Enqueue(2) Enqueue(3) Dequeue isEmpty() Size() Dequeue() 1 false 2 ...

Question 37. Implementation of Deque using circular array Problem Statement “Implementation of Deque using circular array” asks to implement the following functions of a Deque(Doubly Ended Queue) using circular array, insertFront(x) : insert an element x at the front of Deque insertRear(x) : insert an element x at the rear of Deque deleteFront() : delete an element from ...

Question 38. Sorting a Queue without Extra Space In sorting a queue without extra space problem we have given a queue, sort it using standard queue operations without extra space. Examples Input queue = 10 -> 7 -> 2 -> 8 -> 6 Output queue = 2 -> 6 -> 7 -> 8 -> 10 Input queue = ...

Question 39. Smallest Multiple of a Given Number In the smallest multiple of a given number made of digits 0 and 9 only problem we have given a number n, find the smallest number made from digits 0 and 9 that is divisible by n. Assume that the answer will not exceed 106. Examples Input 3 Output 9 ...

Question 40. Insertion in a Binary Tree In this article, we will learn the insertion in a binary tree. We have already seen the concept of BFS in the previous article, so here we will use the same concept to insert the data in a binary tree. The concept is traversing the tree in level order and ...

Question 41. Breadth First Search (BFS) for a Graph Breadth First Search (BFS) for a graph is a traversing or searching algorithm in tree/graph data structure. It starts at a given vertex(any arbitrary vertex) and explores all the connected vertex and after that moves to the nearest vertex and explores all the unexplored nodes and takes care that no ...

## GE Healthcare Matrix Questions

Question 42. Check whether Strings are K Distance Apart or Not Problem Statement Given two strings and an integer k, write a program to check whether the given strings are k distance apart or not. That is if any character is mismatched or any character is to be removed then it is known as k distance apart. Input Format The first ...

## GE Healthcare Other Questions

Question 43. Concatenation of Array LeetCode Solution Problem Statement : Concatenation of Array LeetCode Solution – Given an integer array nums of length n, you want to create an array ans of length 2n where ans[i] == nums[i] and ans[i + n] == nums[i] for 0 <= i < n (0-indexed). Specifically, ans is the concatenation of two nums arrays. Return the array ans. Example : Example 1 Input: nums = [1,2,1] Output: [1,2,1,1,2,1] Explanation: The array ...

Question 44. Count ways to reach the nth stair using step 1, 2 or 3 The problem “Count ways to reach the nth stair using step 1, 2, or 3” states that you are standing on the ground. Now you need to reach the end of the staircase. So how many ways are there to reach the end if you can jump only 1, 2, ...

Question 45. Count even length binary sequences with same sum of first and second half bits The problem “Count even length binary sequences with same sum of first and second half bits” states that you are given an integer. Now find out the number of ways to construct a binary sequence of size 2*n such that the first half and second half have the same number ...

Question 46. Maximum path sum in a triangle Problem Statement The problem “Maximum path sum in a triangle” states that you are given some integers. These integers are arranged in the form of a triangle. You are starting from the top of the triangle and need to reach the bottom row. For doing this, you move to the ...

Question 47. Delete a Node from linked list without head pointer Problem Statement The problem “Delete a Node from linked list without head pointer” states that you have a linked list with some nodes. Now you want to delete a node but you don’t have its parent node address. So delete this node. Example 2->3->4->5->6->7 Node to be deleted: 4 2->3->5->6->7 ...

Question 48. Friends Pairing Problem Problem Statement The “Friends Pairing Problem” states that there are N friends. And each them can remain single or be paired up with each other. But once a pair is made, those two friends can not take part in pairing. So, you need to find the total number of ways ...

Question 49. Count items common to both the lists but with different prices Problem Statement You are given two lists. Each of which index contains the name of the item and its price. The problem statement asks to count items common to both the lists but with different prices, which is to find out how many numbers of items are common in both ...

Question 50. Find Number of Employees Under every Employee HashMaps are one of the most useful data structures. Find the number of employees under every employee is a problem that reminds me of the famous movie’s inception. Akin to dream in a dream. Here, we have an employee working under an employee and so on. Problem Statement So, what ...

Question 51. Sieve of Eratosthenes Sieve of Eratosthenes is an algorithm in which we find out the prime numbers less than N. Here N is an integer value. This is an efficient method to find out the prime numbers to a limit. By using this we can find out the prime numbers till 10000000. Here ...

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