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The more you practice, the _______ room for error there will be. fewer few less lesser
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As traffic congestion plagues every significant road, similarly it also _______ the narrow lanes of the city. clogs obliterates restricts prevents
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The average of $5$ consecutive numbers is $N$. If the next three numbers are also added, the average shall Remain unchanged Increase by $1$ Increase by $1.5$ Increase by $2$
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A number $5k89k2$ can be divided by $18$ if $k$ is $8$ $6$ $1$ More than one value possible
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In the following figure, rectangle represents engineers, circle represents art, triangle represents comedians and square represents asians. Which set of letters represents asians who are both art as well as engineers? ECB AB B BH
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Study the following table and answer the question: ... ? Raisins worth RS. $16$ Badam worth RS.$15$ Cashew worth RS.$8$ All the three worth RS. $12.5$ ($125$ gms of each)
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Determine the value of $'P'$ in the equation: $P=\sqrt{20+\sqrt{20+\sqrt{20+ \sqrt{20+ \dots + \infty}}}}$ $4$ $5$ $10$ $20$
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The last sentence has been deleted from the following paragraph. From the given options, choose that one that completes the paragraph in the most appropriate way. For decades, psychologists believed that men experienced depression at only a fraction ... as a characteristic attribute of depression. Men's irritability is usually seen as a telling sign of medical problems.
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$5$ liters of wine are drawn from a case containing $50$ liters of wine. It is replaced by a water. The process is repeated in $3$ times. What is the final quantity of wine left in the case? $29.16$ liters $36.45$ liters $16.29$ liters $45.36$ liters
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Select the pair that best expresses the relation in the original pair. ARENA: DEBATE Confess: Conceal Palate: Mouth Forum: Discussion Timely: Belated
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The value of derivative of $f(x) = \mid x 1 \mid + \mid x 3 \mid \text{ at } x = 2$ is $2$ $0$ $2$ Not defined
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The number of miles that a particular car can run before its battery wears out is exponentially distributed with an average of $10,000$ miles. The owner of the car needs to take a $5000$mile trip. What is the probability that he will be able to complete the trip without having to replace the car battery? $0.5$ $0.604$ $0.72$ None
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Which of the following statement is not correct? $a^nb^nc^m$ is not CFG $a^mb^nc^n$ is deterministic CFG $a^nb^n$ is CFG $a^{800}b^{800}c^{800}$ is CFG
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Applied Course 2019 Mock114
Consider the following regular expression over the alphabet $\Sigma = \{0, 1\}$ $\text{RE} =\Sigma ^* 1 \Sigma^* $ The complement of the language generated by given $\text{RE}$ is $L= \{ w \mid w \text{ contains substring 1 }$ $L=\{ w \mid w \text{ contains at least 1 }$ $L=\{ w \mid w \text{ does not contain substring 1 }$ $L=\{ w \mid w \text{ contains exactly 1}$
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Suppose there are $3$ jobs A, B and C arrive at approximately at the same time. But job A arrives slightly earlier than job B, and job B arrives alightly earlier than job C. Job A requires $2$ sec of CPU, Job B requires $8$ sec and job C ... sec. Given Round Robin scheduler, what is the turn around time of job B? $1$ seconds $4$ seconds $16$ seconds $17$ seconds
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Which phase of the compiler generates parse tree? Lexical analyzer Semantic analyzer Syntax analyzer None of them.
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What is the output of the following c program void fun1(int *a, int *b, int *c) { *a = *b; *b = *c; *c = *a; } Void fun2(int a, int b, int c) { a = b; b = c; c = a; } int main() { int a = 5, b =10, c =15; fun1(&a, &b, &c); fun2(a, b, c); printf("%d", a+b2*c); return 0; } $20$ $40$ $5$ $5$
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Which of the following is an applications of a stack I. Reversal of a string. II. Checking validity of an expression containing nested parameters. III. Conversion of infix expression to postfix expression form. IV. We can't evaluate prefix expression using stack. I, II and III I and II I, II and IV I, II, III and IV
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What is the total number of comparisons performed in the creation of maxheap of height $k$ using "insertion method" which involves insertion of a new element in the heap one at a time and bubble up this new node upwards till heapproperty is satisfied? (Assume root at level $1$) $k2^k+2^{k1}+2$ $k2^{k+1}2^k+2$ $k2^k2^{k+1}+2$ None of these
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Assuming $P \neq NP$, Which of the following statements are TRUE? There is no language in $NP$ which has a Deterministic Polynomial time algorithm. There is no language in $P$ which has a Deterministic Polynomial time algorithm. $NP$ is not a subset of $P$ $P$ is not a subset of $NP$
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Which of the following statements is FALSE? There exists a language which is Undecidable and Turing Recognizable. There exists a language which is Decidable and Turing Recognizable. There exists a language which is both UnDecidable and not Turing Recognizable. There exists a language which is both Decidable and not Turing Recognizable.
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Applied Course 2019 Mock122
Consider there are $3$ threads T1, T2 and T3. And there are $4$ locks L1, L2, L3 and L4. 1. T1 acquires and releases the locks L1 and L2. 2. T2 acquires and releases the locks L1 and L3. 3. T3 acquires and releases the locks L3, ... T1 and T2 runs concurrently to completion and then T3 runs. T1 and T3 runs concurrently to completion and then T2 runs. None of the above.
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If Danny owns a bike, then Edward owns a bike. If Edward owns a bike, then Freddy owns a bike. If Danny owns a bike, which of the following statements must be true? I. Edward owns a bike. II. Freddy owns a bike. III. Freddy does not own a bike. I only II only III only I and II only
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Applied Course 2019 Mock124
How many number bits are required to represent a $32$ digit decimal number in binary? $6$ bits $32$ bits $106$ bits $107$ bits
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What is the minimal form of the function of the given $k$map, where $\phi$ is the don't care term? $a'b+bd+bc'$ $a'b+bd+ad+bc'$ $a'b+ad+bd$ $a'b+bc'+ad$
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Applied Course 2019 Mock126
How many minterms exist at the output of $6$ input XOR gate? $6$ $16$ $32$ $64$
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Which of the following statements is/are true? B tree is faster for range search and B+ tree is faster for equality search. B tree is faster for equality search and B+ tree is faster for range search. Both B tree is and B+ tree are equally fast for equality and range search. Both B tree is and B+ tree are slow for equality and range search.
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Applied Course 2019 Mock128
Consider the following Relation $\text{employee}$ ... $1$ $2$ $4$ $5$
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Consider a hypothetical $8$bit IEEE floating point representation: $\begin{array}{lll} \hline \text{s} & \text{exp(3bits)} & \text{frac(4 bits)} \\ \hline \end{array}$ What is the largest positive denormalized value? $\frac{1}{4}$ $\frac{31}{2}$ $\frac{15}{64}$ None of the above
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Consider the following program code, where pow() is the exponentiation function. f (int n) { if (n <= 1) return 1; return f(n1) + g(n) + g(pow(2, n1)); } g (int n) { if (n <= 1) return 1; return 1 + g(n/2); } What is the worstcase time complexity of $f(n)$? $O(2^n)$ $O(n^2)$ $O(2^n \log (n))$ $O( \log ^n (n))$
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