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Consider the following ER diagram The minimum number of tables needed to represent E1,E2 and E3 are_______
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UDP does not insert sequence numbers. The packets are expected to arrive as a continuous stream or they are dropped. What is the meaning of this line?(does it mean UDP discard out of order packets?)
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a) CPU Utilization is highest in the case of SJF scheduling. b) Total waiting time is highest in case of Round Robin scheduling.
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Which is faster and by how much, a linear search of only 1000 elements on a 5GHz computer or a binary search of 1 million elements on a 1GHz computer. Assume that the execution of each instruction on the 5GHz computer is five times ... 1GHz computer and that each iteration of the linear search algorithm is twice as fast as each iteration of the binary search algorithm.
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Does All LR parser {LR(0) , SLR , LALR , CLR } can accepts Left recursive and non deterministic language? by non deterministic I mean , gammer has production like A > aB  aC  aD hence when we come across a , we don't know which production to use.
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Probability  Gravner35
Roll a die, then select at random, without replacement, as many cards from the deck as the number shown on the die. What is the probability that you get at least one Ace?
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Probability  Gravner34
Flip a fair coin. If you toss Heads, roll 1 die. If you toss Tails, roll 2 dice. Compute the probability that you roll exactly one 6.
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Probability  Gravner33.b
An urn contains 10 black and 10 white balls. Draw 3 b) with replacement . what is probability that all three are white
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Probability  Gravner33.a
An urn contains 10 black and 10 white balls. Draw 3 a) without replacement
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Probability  Gravner32.a
Toss a coin $10$ times. a) that exactly 7 Heads ar tossed.
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Probablity  Gravner31
A lottery ticket consists of two rows, each containing $3$ numbers from $1,2,........,50$. The drawing consists of choosing $5$ different numbers from $1,2,......50$ at random. A ticket wins if its first row contains at least two of the numbers ... Ticket 1 , Ticket 2, and Ticket 4 all win, while Ticket 3 loses. Compute the winning probabilities for each of the four tickets.
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"Every cyclic Kmap given cyclic function and every cyclic function can be the selfdual function." What is the meaning of cyclic Kmap?
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Probability  Gravner30.b
Roll a fair die $10$ times. b) Compute the probability that at least one number occurs exactly once.
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Probability  Gravner30.a
Roll a fair die $10$ times. a) Compute the probability that at least one number occurs exactly $6$ times
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Probability  Gravner29
Choose each digit of a $5$ digit number at random from digits $1,...9$. Compute the probability that no digit appears more than twice..
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Probability  Gravner28
A group of $20$ Scandinavians consists of $7$ Swedes, $3$ Finns, and $10$ Norwegians. A committee of five people is chosen at random from this group. What is the probability that at least one of the three nations is not represented on the committee?
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Probability  Gravner27
Three married couples take seats around a table at random . Compute Probability(no wife sits next to her husband).
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Probability  Gravner26.c
Roll a single die $10$ times. Computer the following probabilities: c) that you get three $ 1's$ two $2's$ and five $3's$
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Probability  Gravner26.b
Roll a single die $10$ times. Computer the following probabilities: b) that you get at least one $6$ and at least one $5$.
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Probability  Gravner26.a
Roll a single die $10$ times. Computer the following probabilities: a) that you get at least one $6$.
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Probability Gravner 25
Assume that $20$ Scandinavians, $10$ Finns, and $10$ Danes, are to be distributed at random into $10$ rooms, $2$ per room. What is the probability that exactly $2i$ rooms are mixed, $i= 0, . . .5$?
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Probability Gravner 24
You have $10$ pairs of socks in the closet . Picks $8$ socks at random. For every $i$, compute the probability that you get $i$ complete pairs of socks.
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CSMA/CD
Consider a scenario of CSMA / CD network. Suppose adapter A and B attempt to transmit a frame simultaneously and collide, with exponential back off algorithm. A choose k =0 and B also choose k=0._Again they collide; after this collision both A and B will choose k with equal probability from set A (A) for A ... ,2;3} &for B, {0,1,2,3} (C) for A, {0,1} & for B, {0,1} (D) None of these
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A router outside the organization received a packet 224.240.7.91. Consider following steps taken by router. 1. The router looks in its routing table to find out how to route the packet to the destination. 2. The router looks at the first byte of the address to find the class. 3. The default mask ... required step for finding the route? (A) 3  1 (B) Only 1 (C) 2  3  1 (D) 1  2  3
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Probability Gravner  23
Roll a die $12$ times. Compute the probability that a number occurs $6$ times and two other numbers occur three times each.
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In a Gb Ethernet a particular node has issued a ‘ PAUSE ‘ frame to other end directing to pause for 1000 units of time . what is the total wait time ? (A)128microsecond (B)64microsecond (C)512microsecond (D)32microsecond
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Probability Gravner22
Assume that there are k people in the room. What is the probability that there are two who share a birthday? we will ignore leap years, assume all birthdays are equally likely, and generalize the problems a little:from n possible birthdays, sample k times with replacement.
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