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Given that Y= {3,10,16}. Find the number of multiset possible with cardinality 5.
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Chandler is selling tickets for \$1 per ticket. In the queue for tickets, there are m people with a single \$ ... (m1) / (m+1) (b) 2 / (m+1) (c) 18 / (m)(m+1)(m+2) (d) (m2) / (m+2)
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On a grid of 6*5 ,how many ways exist to get from TopLeft corner to the BottomRight corner if You can only move one unit Right or One unit Down at a time.
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Testbook:Logarithm
$(81)^{\frac{1}{log_{5}3}}+(27)^{log_{9}36}+(3)^{4log_{7}9}=?$ When i solve i get $=>5^{4}+(36)^{\frac{3}{2}}+\frac{2}{7}$ $(or)\frac{4}{49}?$ please clarify?
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None of these according to me.
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Testbook: Finger & ring Permutation
In how many ways we can wear 4 distinct rings in 3 particular fingers?
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COMPILER DESIGN_TESTBOOK TEST SERIES
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TestBook 2019
Please Help me in this question ....
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Testbook dbms
Let a schedule be strict recoverable schedule then it will suffer from which problem? 1.ww 2.rw 3.wr 4.lost update
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TestBook test series
The keys 44, 63, 29, 78, 23, 6, 81, 14, 13, 12 and 52 are inserted into an initially empty hash table of length 12 using linear probing with hash function h(k)= k mod 12. What is the probability that the 10th slot will be filled next? i. ... left which have a probability of filling as 1 because no matter what index we get for the next insert we are going to fill 10th slot only.
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Testbook chapter test
Is L={1n0n0m  m+n>100} a regular language?
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TestBook test series
A ripple counter with JK flipflop can be made to count down rather than up by i. Connecting the Q dash output to the input of the next stage, rather than the Q output ii. Making the output transition to occur at the rising edge rather than the falling edge ... counter the output will be 0,1,2,3.... and if we invert the binary output of each gate then the count is reversed.
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TestBook Series
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Syntax Directed Translation
Which of the Following is True ? A. Symbol table Construction is during the analysis part of the Compiler. B. Type checking is Done during Syntax Analysis phase C. SDD with only synthesized attribute have an order of evaluation D. Both A and C Please Explain the C part only rest are easy :)
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Syntax Directed Translation (ACE Test Series )
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Testbook Chapterwise test
Which of the following is TRUE 1. A SYN segment can carry data,consumes no sequence number 2. A SYN+ACK segment can't carry data,but does consume one sequence number 3. An ACK segment , if carrying no data doesn't consume a sequence number
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TestBook Probability
Consider the production of iron rods having diameter X which is normally distributed with mean 2 in. and standard deviation 0.008 in. Using $\phi$(0.25) = 0.99, where $\phi$ is the cumulative distribution function (c.d.f.) of a standard normal ... standard deviation 1, the percentage of defectives we can expect if we set the tolerance limits at 2 0.02 in is _______ .
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Testbook TOC
$\overline{L(M)}$ is Regular DCFL but not regular CFL but not DCFL Recursive but not CFL
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Number of ways of arranging the word "TESTBOOK" such that E always comes between O's.
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Test Series
Can someone explain this problem?
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Can someone explain this problem?
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question on Binary Search from testbook test series
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Test series
The answer is 'd' will be printed. Can someone draw the linked list after the operations are performed. I think the second operation of the code doesn't bring in any change to the list. thanks in advance
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TestBook Test Series  Minimal cover
Consider a relation R(A,B,C,D,E,F,G) with set of functional dependencies F={AD>BF, CD>EGC, BD>F, E>D, F>C, D>F} The relation R is decomposed into the ... and dependency preserving Decomposition is lossy and dependency preserving Decomposition is lossy and not dependency preserving Decomposition is lossless and not dependency preserving
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