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You are given a list of positive integers along with a sequence of operations from the set $\left \{ *,+\right \}$ .You construct expressions from these two lists so that: The numbers in the expression are drawn from the first list, without repetition and ... assume that the length of the first list is more than the length of the second list. Describe an algorithm to solve this problem.
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CMI2010B07b
A finite sequence of bits is represented as a list with values from the set $\{0,1\}$. For example, $[0,1,0], [1,0,1,1], \dots [ \: ]$ denotes the empty list, and $[b]$ is the list consisting of one bit $b$. The function $\text{length}(l)$ ... mystery1(mystery2(s,tail(t)),mystery2(s,tail(t)))) endif Suppose $s=t=110100100$. What are the first two bits of $\text{mystery2(s,t)}$?
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CMI2010B04c
Indicate whether the following statement is true or false, providing a short explanation to substantiate your answers. If a language $L$ is accepted by an NFA with $n$ states then there is a DFA with no more than $2^n$ states accepting $L$.
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CMI2010B04b
Indicate whether the following statement is true or false, providing a short explanation to substantiate your answers. A DFA that has $n$ states and accepts an infinite language must accept at least one string $x$ such that $2n < x < 3n$, where $x$ denotes the length of $x$.
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CMI2010B01b
An international cellphone company provides service on 7 different frequencies. They wish to set up business in Tamil Nadu and have fixed the locations of 100 towers for their new service. The company has to ensure that two towers broadcasting on the ... ;ldquo;feasible” if it is feasible, otherwise output the minimum number of frequencies needed to utilise all 100 towers.
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CMI2010A10
Consider the following statements. NPcomplete problems are those that we know we can never solve efficiently. If we find an efficient algorithm for one NPcomplete problem, then we can solve all NPcomplete problems efficiently. Checking whether a number is a prime is an NPcomplete ... are false but $2$ is true. $2$ and $3$ are true but $1$ is false. All three statements are false.
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CMI2010A09
Consider the following functions $f()$ and $g().$ f(){ w = 3; w = 4; } g(){ z = w; z = z + 2*w; print(z); } We start with $w$ set to $0$ and execute $f()$ and $g()$ in parallelthat is, at each step we either execute one statement from $f()$ or one statement from $g()$. What is the set of possible values printed by $g()?$ $0,9,12$ $0,8,9,12$ $0,6,8,9,11,12$ $0,4,6,9,10,12$
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CMI2010A08
In programming language terminology, $\text{ call by value }$ refers to the fact that: A function call can return a value. When a function is called, arguments are copied into local storage. Functions can indirectly modify the value of external variables. Every argument passed to a function must have a value.
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CMI2010A07
For integer values of $n$, the expression $\frac{n(5n + 1)(10n + 1)}{6}$ Is always divisible by $5$. Is always divisible by $3$. Is always an integer. None of the above
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CMI2010A06
A simple graph is one with no selfloops or multiple edges. Among the simple graphs with $n$ vertices and at most $20n − 3$ edges: There is always a graph with all vertices connected to at least $42$ other vertices. For all such graphs the number of vertices ... some constant $c < 1$. There are no graphs with each vertex connected to at most $38$ other vertices. None of the above
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CMI2010A05
You have two normal, fair, dice, with faces labelled $1,2, \dots 6$. If you throw both dice, which of the following is true about the total value shown by the dice? The probability that the total is $6$ is less than the probability that the total is $9$. ... total is $9$. The probability that the total is $6$ is greater than the probability that the total is $9$. None of the above.
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CMI2010A04
Let $m$ and $n$ range over natural numbers and let $\text{Prime}(n)$ be true if $n$ is a prime number. Which of the following formulas expresses the fact that the set of prime numbers is infinite? $(\forall m) (\exists n) (n > m) \text{ implies Prime}(n)$ ... $(\exists n) (\forall m) (n > m) \wedge \text{Prime}(n)$
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CMI2010A03
The area of the largest square that can be drawn inside a circle with unit radius is $\sqrt{2}$ $2$ $1$ None of the above
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CMI2010A02
We need to choose a team of $11$ from a pool of $15$ players and also select a captain. The number of different ways this can be done is $ \begin{pmatrix} 15 \\ 11 \end{pmatrix}$ $11$ . $ \begin{pmatrix} 15 \\ 11 \end{pmatrix}$ $15 . 14 . 13 . 12 . 11 .10 . 9 . 8 . 7 . 6 . 5$ $(15 . 14 . 13 . 12 . 11 .10 . 9 . 8 . 7 . 6 . 5) . 11$
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CMI2010A01
Over the alphabet $\{0, 1\}$, consider the language $L = \{ w  \: w \text{ does not contain the substring } 0011\}$ Which of the following is true about $L$. $L$ is not context free $L$ is regular $L$ is not regular but it is context free $L$ is context free but not recursively enumerable
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CMI2010B01a
An international cellphone company provides service on $7$ different frequencies. They wish to set up business in TamilNadu and have fixed the locations of $100$ towers for their new service. The company has to ensure that two towers broadcasting on the same frequency are at least $100$ km apart, so that there is no interference of signals. Model this problems using graphs.
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CMI2010B02
Let $G$ be a graph in which each vertex has degree at least $k$. Show that there is a path of length $k$ in $G$—that is, a sequence of $k+1$ distinct vertices $v_0, v_1, \dots , v_k$ such that for $0 \leq i < k,$ $v_i$ is connected to $v_{i+1}$ in $G$.
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CMI2010B03
The IncomeTax Department had prepared a list D of names of defaulters on March $31$. However, the government extended the deadline to pay taxes till April $15$. The IT department has now received two additional lists of names: a list B of names of people who ... m and k respectively and that $n > m > k$. Describe the running time of your algorithm in terms of these parameters.
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CMI2010B04a
Indicate whether the following statements are true or false, providing a short explanation to substantiate your answers. A DFA with $n$ states must accept at least one string of length greater than $n$.
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CMI2010B05
Sales have slumped at the Siruseri noodle factory and the management may need to terminate the contracts of some employees. Every employee has one immediate boss. The seniormost person in the company is the president, who has no boss. For legal reasons, if an employee's contract is not terminated, then his boss's contract ...
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CMI2010B06
You are given a list of positive integers along with a sequence of operations from the set $\{*,+\}$. You construct expressions from these two lists so that: The numbers in the expression are drawn from the first list, without repetition and without altering ... that the length of the first list is more than the length of the second list. Describe an algorithm to solve this problem.
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CMI2010B07a
A finite sequence of bits is represented as a list with values from the set {0,1}—for example, [0,1,0], [1,0,1,1], . . . . [ ] denotes the empty list, and [b] is the list consisting of one bit b. The function $length(l)$ returns the length (number of ... tail(t)),mystery2(s,tail(t)))) endif What is the value of $length(mystery2(s,t))$ in terms of $length(s)$ and $length(t)$?
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