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Permutation and Combination
An Entrepenuer wants to assign 5 different jobs to 3 of his employees. If every employee is assigned atleast 1 task, how many ways the entrepenuer can assign those task to employees ?
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Complete Matching
Consider the Bipartite graph shown. If four edges are chosen at random, what is the probability that they form a complete matching from V1 to V2 ? A. 0.039 B. 0.052 C. 0.071 D. 0.083
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Cyclic group
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COMMON CONFUSION AMONG SIMILAR TERMS
What are the differences between/among : Validity, Satisfiability and Tautology Fallacy and Contradiction
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Eigan values
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P(x,y): x+y2=10, x,y belongs to integers. state true or false: for every x, there exist y P(x,y)
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For given assignment of truth table value, number of min terms will evaluate to 1: a)1/2 of all (atleast) b)1/2 of all (atmost) c)1/4 of all (atleast) d)1/4 of all (atmost)
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test series
Let G be a non abelian group, order of G can be 1)24 2)44 3)54 4)34 please give this answer with example
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If p=1, q=1, r=0 then for given assignment: a) number of min terms evaluate to 1 b)number of min terms evaluate to 0 c)number of max terms evaluate to 1 d)number of max terms evaluate to 0
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Propositional Logic
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Implication
Which of the following Implications are Tautologies? 1) If I drink milk, I'm healthy or If I'm healthy, I do maths. 2)If it is not the case that riches is sufficient for Mr. X to be happy then Mr. X is rich and not happy. A) Both (1) and (2) B) only (1) C) only (2) D) Neither
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Quantifiers
Given that B(x) means "x is a bear" F(x) means "x is a fish" and E(x,y) means "x eats y" What is the best English translation of $\forall x [F(x)\rightarrow \forall y(E(y,x)\rightarrow B(y))]$ A) All fish eat bears B) Every bears can eat fish C) Only bears eat fish D) Bears eat only fish
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Progression and series
1*2+2*3x+3*4x^2+........up to infinity .find Its sum if x<1.
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First Order Logic: GATE200541 ( From gate Overflow volume 1)
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PREDICATE LOGIC TRANSLATION
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Nested Quantifiers
If we have ∀x(p(x)) then in boolean algebra form we can write this statement as (P1 + P2) where + signifies OR which makes it very easy to deal with. So likewise is there any way to have a view of a statement like ∀x∀y(R(x,y)) into boolean form?
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