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Apti: Tank Question
Ratio of daimeters of 3 taps are 1:2:3 given, if tap with max diameter fills the tank in 10 hrs, then What is the time taken to to fill the tankm if all three taps are opened together?
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CN: Flow Control
Compute the efficiency of Stop and Wait protocol for the frame size of 1000 bits over 1Mbps and propagation delay between the system is 20ms, if the probability of error in frame is .1 _____?
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Computer Networks

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IP doubt
Suppose host A sends a message to some byte (say $x$) to host B. But in between routers fragment the packet sent by A and as a result 5 fragments reach destination. (IP header = $20B$). What is the IP overhead at destination?? Somewhere I ... is also an overhead. So total Overhead is equal to size of $5$ IP headers. Please clarify what is wrong what is right??
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Hashing
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DS

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GATE19894iii
Provide short answers to the following questions: Show that {NOR} is a functionally complete set of Boolean operations.
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Nov 30, 2016
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Digital Logic

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GATE19894i
Provide short answers to the following questions: How many substrings (of all lengths inclusive) can be formed from a character string of length $n$? Assume all characters to be distinct, prove your answer.
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Nov 30, 2016
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Combinatory

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ACE TEST
which is the correct option?
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Nov 30, 2016
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Operating System

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made easy  test series
#plz check???
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Operating System

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made easy Test series
#plz check i am correct or wrong???
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Nov 29, 2016
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Operating System

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A arrives at office at 810am regularly; B arrives at 911 am every day
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Nov 26, 2016
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Probability

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Hashing
How do i prove that : : : In hashing n items into a hash table with k locations, the expected number of collisions is $n  k + k( 1\frac{1}{k})^n$ ??
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Nov 26, 2016
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Algorithms

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hashing
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doubt
its a very silly confusion plz check (ab)* b + a* b its equal to S> (ab)+b / a+b / b check ??
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Theory of Computation

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max keys in BTree
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Programming

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ME test
For synchronous series counter of modulus 256, the propagation delay for each flip flop is 25 nsec and propagation delay of each two input AND gate is 5 nsec. What is the maximum frequency of the MOD256 counter ? (in MHz)
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Nov 26, 2016
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Digital Logic

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function
consider 2 statement: 1: every eqvivalance relation is function 2:no eqvivalance relation is functon which is true/false(explain it)
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Nov 26, 2016
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Mathematical Logic

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Maths: Linear Algebra
Please explain in details!
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Nov 26, 2016
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Linear Algebra

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function
Question 1: Is the graph shown below that of a function? plz explain how to identify is function or not???? what is concept here???
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Mathematical Logic

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made easy
The maximum number of Boolean expressions that can be formed for the function f(x, y, z) satisfying the relation f(~x,y,~z) = f(x,y,z) is ___________.
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Nov 26, 2016
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Digital Logic

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function
function F is define by:h(x) = 3 x 2  7 x  5 find h(x2)=?? the new value of expession is funtion???
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function
Match this equation with its graph: y = 3x  4 + 1 5. explain it
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IITM November 2016
FD s given P1P3>P4, P1>P2, P2>P1 now a) bcnf and p2p3>p4 holds b)bcnf and p2p3>p4 does not hold c)3nf not in bcnf and p2p3>p4 holds d)3nf not in bcnf and p2p3>p4 does not hold
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GATE19871xxvi
If $(f(x_{t}).f(x_{i+1})< 0$ then There must be a root of $f(x)$ between $x_i$ and $x_{i+1}$ There need not be a root of $f(x)$ between $x_{i}$ and $x_{i+1}$. There fourth derivative of $f(x)$ with respect to $x$ vanishes at $x_{i}$. The fourth derivative of $f(x)$ with respect to $x$ vanishes at $x_{i+1}$.
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Calculus

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Parsing
which is false? a) An unambiguous grammar has same RMD for every sentence. b)An ambiguous grammar may have an infinite no. of derivation trees for some sentences in the language generated.
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Compiler Design

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DIGITAL. Prop delay
can anybody tell me when does AND gate take inputs (1,1) and when does Y go from 0 to 1. assume Y=1 initially thanks!
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Nov 11, 2016
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Digital Logic

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Ace Questions
Answer is 407 , how? Please dont just throw away formula, explain it.
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Nov 8, 2016
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Programming

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Gate Practice question
L1 = {a^n b^n c^n  n>=1}, L2 = Σ* L1 is : a.{a^i b^j c^k ; i!=j or i!=k} U (Σ*  a*b*c*) b.{a^i b^j c^k ; i!=j and i!=k} U (Σ*  a*b*c*) c.{a^i b^j c^k ; i!=j or i!=k} ∩ (Σ*  a*b*c*) d.c.{a^i b^j c^k ; i!=j and i!=k} ∩ (Σ*  a*b*c*)
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UGCNETAUG2016III33
Consider a weighted complete graph $G$ on the vertex set $\left\{ν_{1} , ν_{2},.... ν_{n} \right\}$ such that the weight of the edge $(ν_{i} , ν_{j})$ is $4  i – j$. The weight of minimum cost spanning tree of $G$ is : $4n^{2}$ $n$ $4n – 4$ $2n – 2$
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Oct 2, 2016
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Asymptotic notation
Consider the following functions f(n) = 3n√n g(n) = 2√nlog2 n h(n) = n! Which of the following is true? a. h(n) is O(f(n)) b. h(n) is O(g(n)) c. g(n) is not O(f(n)) d. f(n) is O(g(n)) Why is answer d?
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rank of a matrix
Rank of following matix? 12 22 32 42 32 42 52 62 42 52 62 72 please note the changes.
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Sep 2, 2016
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Find minimized finite automata which recognizes the below languages, separately by m1 and m2 over binary strings as input, then find the number of states in each of the following. L1:L2 is a language, which contains a set of strings which produces a ... states (c) m1 contains 3 states and m2 contains 9 states (d) m1 contains 4 states and m2 contains 9 states
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toc minimal dfa
. Find minimized finite automata which recognizes the below languages, separately by m1 and m2 over binary strings as input, then find the number of states in each of the following. L1:L2 is a language, which contains a set of strings which ... states (c) m1 contains 3 states and m2 contains 9 states (d) m1 contains 4 states and m2 contains 9 states
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GATEBOOK exam
A hash function h maps 16bit inputs to 8bit hash values. What is the largest k such that in any set of 1,000 inputs, there are at least k inputs that h maps to the same hash value? A) 3 B) 4 C) 10 D) 64
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Sep 1, 2016
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Algorithms

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GATEBOOK exam
Consider the following data structure: Usually, inserting an element to this datastructure requires (1) work. However, the datastructure has a parameter k, s.t. every k elements we insert, it requires additional (k) work. That is, upon insertion of the kth ... cost per operation of inserting elements into the data structure? (a) (1) (b) () (c)(k) (d) ()
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Algorithms

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