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100+ Data Science Interview Questions and Answers!

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All questions & answers from the popular Medium post "OVER 100 Data Scientist Interview Questions and Answers!" by Terence S. The questions are from companies like Amazon, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and more to prepare you for your next Data Science interview. The deck is well divided into appropriate subdecks: Each note is appropriately formatted to ease the readability (text with images are adjusted, and SQL code syntax is highlighted). ------------------------------------------------------- >More decks by pyXelr<

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Front (Question) What is the statistical power?
Back (Answer) ‘Statistical power’ refers to the power of a binary hypothesis, which is the probability that the test rejects the null hypothesis given that the alternative hypothesis is true. [2]
Back (Optional description) [2] Power, Statistics, Wikipedia
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Front (Question) You are at a Casino and have two dices to play with. You win $10 every time you roll a 5. If you play till you win and then stop, what is the expected payout?
Back (Answer) Let’s assume that it costs $5 every time you want to play.There are 36 possible combinations with two dice.Of the 36 combinations, there are 4 combinations that result in rolling a five (see blue). This means that there is a 4/36 or 1/9 chance of rolling a 5.A 1/9 chance of winning means you’ll lose eight times and win once (theoretically).Therefore, your expected payout is equal to $10.00 * 1 — $5.00 * 9= -$35.00.
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Front (Question) How do you calculate the needed sample size?
Back (Answer) You can use the margin of error (ME) formula to determine the desired sample size.t/z = t/z score used to calculate the confidence intervalME = the desired margin of errorS = sample standard deviation
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