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Made Easy BookletDatabases
Question 79
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Apr 14
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Databases
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Junaed Siddiquee
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Made Easy Workbook Database
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Apr 14
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Databases
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Junaed Siddiquee
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How to find precedence?
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Apr 12
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Compiler Design
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Shubham_Kr
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Made easy question of compiler design
Find the number of tokens in the following C code$:$ main() { int x = 10 , *P ; int y = x ++ ; char * q ; P = & x ; q = 'A' ; if(*P>=10) { *P = x + 100; } else { printf("%d" , x); /*comment*/ } }
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Apr 12
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Compiler Design
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Shubham_Kr
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23
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MadeEasy WorkBook: Thoery of Computation  Finite Automata
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Feb 16
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Theory of Computation
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Jyoti Kumari97
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181
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theoryofcomputation
finiteautomata
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MadeEasy WorkBook: Theory of Computation  Regular Expression
Given answer is option c. Can anyone tell me how?
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Feb 16
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Theory of Computation
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Jyoti Kumari97
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181
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regularexpressions
theoryofcomputation
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MadeEasy WorkBook: Programming & DS  Programming in C
for(i=10;i<10;++i) printf("%d" i&1) prints (a) 0101010101 (b) 0111111111 (c) 0000000000 (d) 1111111111
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Jan 28
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Programming
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Jyoti Kumari97
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181
points)

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programming
programminginc
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MadeEasy WorkBook: Algorithms  Sorting
Consider the following array with 7 elements for insertion sort? 25, 15, 30, 9, 99, 20, 26 In how many passes, the given sequence will be sorted? (a) 4 pass (b) 5 pass (c) 6 pass (d) More than 6 pass Answer is 6 passes. Can anyone explain it step by step.
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Jan 26
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Algorithms
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Jyoti Kumari97
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181
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madeeasybooklet
algorithms
sorting
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MadeEasy Workbook: Databases  Database Normalization
Find the highest normal form. AB   > CE E   >AB C>D Doubt AB, E are the candidate key. The answer given is 2NF In 2NF, there should be no partial dependency which is PRIME ATTRIBUTE   >NON PRIME ATTRIBUTE But it is there in AB>CE, I think CE is non prime attribute. Or bcoz of E we consider them as prime attribute.
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Jan 25
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Databases
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Jyoti Kumari97
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181
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madeeasybooklet
databases
databasenormalization
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MadeEasy Workbook: Databases  Database Normalization
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Jan 23
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Databases
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Jyoti Kumari97
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181
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MadeEasy Workbook: Calculus  Maxima Minima
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Jan 19
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Calculus
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chanchala3993
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calculus
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MadeEasy Workbook: Operating System  Page Replacement
Assume there are 5 frames and consider the following reference string find the number of page faults using NRU page replacement algorithm. 3,2,3, 0,8,4,2,5,0,9,8,3,2
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Jan 15
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Operating System
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Jyoti Kumari97
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181
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pagereplacement
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MadeEasy Workbook: Operating System  Inter Process Commmunication
Consider the following sequential code which is executed in a multiprogramming mode by assuming that each statement can execute independently to achieve the concurrency. If any statement dependent on other statements then those statements will be ... and S2 d)S2 and S4 Given answer is option c but according to me answer should be d
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Jan 14
in
Operating System
by
Jyoti Kumari97
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181
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operatingsystem
interprocesscommunication
madeeasybooklet
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MadeEasy Workbook: Operating System  Resource Allocation
asked
Jan 14
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Operating System
by
Jyoti Kumari97
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181
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resourceallocation
madeeasybooklet
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MadeEasy Workbook: Operating System  Resource Allocation
A. X=40,Y=20 B.X=50,Y=10 C.X=30,Y=20 D. X=20,Y=30
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Jan 14
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Operating System
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Jyoti Kumari97
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181
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operatingsystem
resourceallocation
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MadeEasy Workbook: Operating System  Precedence Graph
How to solve this question?
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Jan 11
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Operating System
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Jyoti Kumari97
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181
points)

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operatingsystem
precedencegraph
madeeasybooklet
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MadeEasy Workbook: Operating System  Process Schedule
How to solve this question?
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Jan 11
in
Operating System
by
Jyoti Kumari97
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181
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operatingsystem
processschedule
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MadeEasy Workbook: General Aptitude  Sets
How to solve this type of questions? Let S be the set of integers such that 1. 100<=x<=200 2. x is odd 3. x is divisible by 3 but not by 7 How many elements does S contain?
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Jan 2
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Numerical Ability
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Jyoti Kumari97
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181
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generalaptitude
numericalability
numericaltype
madeeasybooklet
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MadeEasy Workbook: Digital Logic  Digital Counter
How to solve this?
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Jan 1
in
Digital Logic
by
Jyoti Kumari97
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181
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digitallogic
digitalcounter
madeeasybooklet
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MadeEasy Workbook: Digital Logic  Shift Registers
How to solve this question?
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Dec 31, 2018
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Digital Logic
by
Jyoti Kumari97
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181
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digitallogic
shiftregisters
madeeasybooklet
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MadeEasy Workbook: Digital Logic  Shift Registers
a 4 bit serial in parallel out shift register is used with a feedback as shown in figure below the shifting sequences q3  >q2> q1 > q0. if the output is initially 0000, the no of clock pulses after which t the output will repeat itself is
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Dec 31, 2018
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Digital Logic
by
Jyoti Kumari97
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181
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digitallogic
shiftregisters
madeeasybooklet
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MadeEasy Workbook: Digital Logic  Flip Flop
Solve this
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Dec 30, 2018
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Digital Logic
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Jyoti Kumari97
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181
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digitallogic
madeeasybooklet
flipflop
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MadeEasy Workbook: Digital Logic  Circuit Output
How the table is generated?
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Dec 30, 2018
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Digital Logic
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Jyoti Kumari97
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181
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madeeasybooklet
digitallogic
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Made easy theory book
Solve this.
asked
Dec 30, 2018
in
Digital Logic
by
Jyoti Kumari97
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181
points)

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madeeasybooklet
selfdoubt
digitallogic
decoder
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MadeEasy WorkBook: Digital Logic  Multiplexer
Why In' is taken as A'B'C'D'?
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Dec 29, 2018
in
Digital Logic
by
Jyoti Kumari97
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181
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digitallogic
multiplexer
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MadeEasy WorkBook: Digital Logic  Multiplexer
Can any explain the output function F? According to me F=(Z'C'+Z'C)
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Dec 29, 2018
in
Digital Logic
by
Jyoti Kumari97
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181
points)

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digitallogic
selfdoubt
multiplexer
madeeasybooklet
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MadeEasy WorkBook: Digital Logic  Multiplexer
Can anyone explain this.??
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Dec 29, 2018
in
Digital Logic
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Jyoti Kumari97
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181
points)

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digitallogic
multiplexer
madeeasybooklet
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MadeEasy WorkBook: Theory of Computation  Context Free Language
Answer is (b) 1
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Dec 19, 2018
in
Theory of Computation
by
Jyoti Kumari97
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181
points)

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theoryofcomputation
contextfreelanguage
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MadeEasy WorkBook: Theory of Computation  Context Free Language
CNF may contain the following (a) null productions (b) unit productions (c) useless symbols (d) all of the above Given answer is (c) But in CNF A>BC A>a So, answer should be (b), isn't it?
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Dec 19, 2018
in
Theory of Computation
by
Jyoti Kumari97
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181
points)

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selfdoubt
contextfreelanguage
madeeasybooklet
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MadeEasy Theorybook: Theory of Computation  Context Free Languages
According to the given formula above, how many productions should be there ? S>aAbB A>aA  a B>bB  b According to me., it should be 17 but in the book answer is 9, can anyone tell me how? mage widget
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Dec 15, 2018
in
Theory of Computation
by
Jyoti Kumari97
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181
points)

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theoryofcomputation
contextfreelanguage
selfdoubt
madeeasybooklet
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