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murder takes place in an isolated village with 500 inhabitants. The police believe that red polyester fibers will have been transferred on to the murderer's clothes during the assault. Forensic experiments reveal that a probability of 0.9 can be assigned to such a transfer while the ... (a) P(guilt fibers present) (b) P(fibresguilt) (c) P(fibers) (d) P(guilt and fibers present).
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Is partial ordering and hasse diagram stuffs present in GATE 2019 Syllabus. Because topological order is already there in algorithems. Can anybody plz provide topic wise GATE 2019 Syllabus i am not getting it topic wise. Thanku in advance
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Sagar will marry Sheela only if She is a graduate and a good cook. Which is True ? 1.Sheela is a good cook but not a graduate hence Sagar will not marry sheela. 2.Sagar will marry sheela since she is a good cook though she is not a graduate. 3 ... and a good cook implies Sagar will marry Sheela 4.Sagar did not marry Sheela implies that she is neither a graduate nor a good cook.
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Propositional Logic
Number of nonequivalent propositional functions ( different truth tables ) possible with 'n' atomic propositions is ? and explain also a) $2^n$ b) $n^2$ c) 2^2^n (means 2 raise to power 2 raise to power n) d) 2^n^2
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In generating function i studied from books i didn't understand two things 1. How to apply generating functions for solving recurrence relation 2. Generating functions for solving Permutations Can anybody explain it with an example ?
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Using the letters PQRST , without repetition , how many 4 letters strings can be formed that, 1) start or end with P.. 2) start with either P or Q. 3) start with Q or end with T. 4) contain the letter R.. 5) don't have the letter P. 6) contain S and T.
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