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Applied Course 2019 Mock137
The project of building $20$ roads connecting $9$ cities is under way, as outlined above. So far, only some of the $20$ roads are constructed, and the digit on each city indicates the number of constructed roads to other cities. How many complete roads are there among these cities _____?
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Applied Course 2019 Mock140
$\begin{array}{l} A = 2000 \\ B = A  999 \\ C = A + B  998 \\ D = A + B + C  997 \\ \vdots \\ \vdots \\ Z = A + B + C + \dots + Y  975 \end{array}$ How much $\frac{Z+1}{2^{25}}$? ____
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Applied Course 2019 Mock142
What is the maximum number of activation records inserted into stack while converting following infix expression to postfix expression is Infix expression: $\text{7+5*3^2/(92^2)+6*4}$
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Applied Course 2019 Mock143
The postorder traversal of a binary search tree is $25, 33, 30, 35, 42, 48, 40, 60, 58, 50$. The inorder traversal of the same tree is $25, 30, 33, 35, 40, 42, 48, 50, 58, 60$. What is the length of the longest path from one leaf to another leaf. (Note: Length of longest path means total number of nodes present in that path).
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Applied Course 2019 Mock144
Minimum number of states in a deterministic Finite automata that accepts the given language is ______ $L = \{ w \mid w \text{ is any string not in } a^*b^* \}$
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Applied Course 2019 Mock148
Assume the following program is compiled and run on a modern linux machine: main() { int x = 0; int a = fork(); x++; if (a == 0) { a = fork(); x++; } else { x++; } printf("GATE!\n"); printf("x is %d\n", x); ... $\text{fork()}$ never fails). Due to race conditions, $"x"$ may have different values on different runs of the program. $2$ $3$ $5$
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Applied Course 2019 Mock155
Suppose a radix sort was done on the following set of numbers, in binary i.e,$[11, 10, 3, 14, 12, 2, 8, 15, 2]$. How many passes of counting sort would be performed ____________
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Applied Course 2019 Mock157
Insert the following keys in an array of size $17$ using the modulo division method. Use double hashing to resolve collisions. Take $h'(k) = (\text{key%}7)+1$ as the second hash function: $94, 37, 29, 40, 84, 88, 102, 63, 67, 120, 122$. What is the value present at location $7$ ____
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Applied Course 2019 Mock163
Suppose there are $4$ routers connected between two systems $S_1$ and $S_2$. $S_1$ wants to send a python file of size $8 \:KB$ to $S_2$. But the data rates at each routers are different. The data rates are $1 \: Mbps$ , $2 \: Mbps$ ... to take $1$ bit transfer from $S_1$ to $S_2$ is $32$ sec. Assume there is no traffic between these two systems ______ (in Kbps)
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Applied Course 2019 Mock165
Let the following be addresses of IP networks: Network $1: \: 141.21.0.0/16$ Network $2: \: 141.22.0.0/16$ Network $3: \: 143.22.12.0/24$ Let the IPaddresses of three hosts be given as follows: Host A: $141.21.12.19$ Host B: $143.21.12.19$ Host C: $143.22.11.19$ Host D: $141.21.21.21$ Host E: $143.22.21.21$ How many of these hosts do not belong to any of the network?
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for whole number n, consider the following recurrence relation defined as $a_{n+2}=(n+3)a_{n+1}(n+2)a_n$ and $a_1=1,a_2=3$ find $( \sum_{k=1}^{2015}a_k)(mod\; 100)$ is _
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