Hi there,

Funnily enough, I solved this case in one of my interviews at OW a few years ago - I remember it well!

Looking at your question, I think you may have a math error somewhere in your calculations. At the end of year 5, there should be 50 + 480 = 530 bottles, as opposed to 552. From there, the original 192 are sold and another 72 are purchased, bringing us to 50 + 360 = 410 bottles.

Feel free to send me a message if you want to chat further about this case, or interviewing at OW/elsewhere in general.

Best,

Jessica

Hi there,

Funnily enough, I solved this case in one of my interviews at OW a few years ago - I remember it well!

Looking at your question, I think you may have a math error somewhere in your calculations. At the end of year 5, there should be 50 + 480 = 530 bottles, as opposed to 552. From there, the original 192 are sold and another 72 are purchased, bringing us to 50 + 360 = 410 bottles.

Feel free to send me a message if you want to chat further about this case, or interviewing at OW/elsewhere in general.

Best,

Jessica