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algorithms
I think the options given for this questions are incorrect, i thing answer would be nk log nk, please correct me if i'm wrong.
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Algorithms

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Series Summation
Series summation of $S_n$ in closed form? $\begin{align*} &S_n = \frac{1}{1.2.3.4} + \frac{1}{2.3.4.5} + \frac{1}{3.4.5.6} + \dots + \frac{1}{n.(n+1).(n+2).(n+3)} \end{align*}$
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Set Theory & Algebra

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numbertheory
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combinatorics
In how many ways 8 different shirts can be distributed to 4 different people so that each will get 2 shirts?
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Combinatory

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discretemathematics
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rosen discrete
How many strings of six lowercase letters of the English alphabet contain exactly two vowel?
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Apr 19
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Combinatory

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kennethrosen
discretemathematics
permutationsandcombinations
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The intersection of a context free language and a regular language
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Theory of Computation

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Gilbert Strang Problem set 1.3
Choose a coefficient b that makes this system singular. Then choose a righthand side g that makes it solvable. Find two solutions in that singular case. $2x +by = 16$ $4x + 8y = g$
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Apr 12
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Linear Algebra

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linearalgebra
gilbertstrang
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GATEBOOK TEST
1 +2(1/2) +3(1/4)+ 4(1/8)+ .............. = ? getting 2 please check
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Apr 10
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Numerical Ability

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C programming  Output ?
#include <stdio.h> int main() { unsigned char a = 5; a = (1<<((sizeof(char)<<3)1)); char b = a; printf("%d %d\n",b,a); printf("%u %u\n",b,a); } If the size of a char datatype is 1 Byte, then what will be the output? [Edited]
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Apr 10
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Programming

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programminginc
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cil2017 Q87
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Apr 9
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Databases

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cil2017
databases
losslessjoin
functionaldependencies
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K&R BOOK
I have learnt that order of function call of f1() and f2() is compiler dependent from K&R book.Why precedence and associavity does not work in this case ?? Please clarify in details . #include<stdio.h> int x = 0; int f1() { x = 5; return x; } int f2() { x = 10; return x; } int main() { int p = f1() + f2(); printf("%d ", x); return 0; }
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Apr 2
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Programming

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programminginc
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GATE200362
In a permutation \(a_1 ... a_n\), of $n$ distinct integers, an inversion is a pair \((a_i, a_j)\) such that \(i < j\) and \(a_i > a_j\). What would be the worst case time complexity of the Insertion Sort algorithm, if the inputs are restricted to ... most $n$ inversions? \(\Theta(n^2)\) \(\Theta(n\log n)\) \(\Theta(n^{1.5})\) \(\Theta(n)\)
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Apr 1
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Algorithms

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gate2003
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CSMA/CD
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Computer Networks

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computernetworks
csmacd
ethernet
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float vs double
Program 1: #include<stdio.h> int main() { float x = 0.1; if (x == 0.1) printf("IF"); else if (x == 0.1f) printf("ELSE IF"); else printf("ELSE"); } The output of above program is ... weird output and is there any way to predict these outputs on the same processor. Also how comparison is done of two variables in C ?
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Mar 11
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Programming

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programminginc
ieeerepresentation
undefinedbehaviour
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GATE201717
The nbit fixedpoint representation of an unsigned real number $X$ uses $f$ bits for the fraction part. Let $i = nf$. The range of decimal values for $X$ in this representation is (A) $2^{f}$ to $2^{i}$ (B) $2^{f}$ to $\left ( 2^{i}  2^{f} \right )$ (C) 0 to $2^{i}$ (D) 0 to $\left ( 2^{i}  2^{f} \right )$
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Mar 10
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Digital Logic

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gate20171
digitallogic
numberrepresentation
fixedpointrepresentation
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what is the probability that a randomly chosen bit string of length 10 is palindrome
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Mar 9
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Combinatory

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Rosen excercise
How many ways are there for 10 women and 6 men to stand in a line so that no two men stand to each other
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Mar 9
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Combinatory

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C. L. Liu 3.38(b)
Among $3n + 1$ objects, $n$ of them are identical. Find the number of ways to select $n$ objects out of these $3n + 1$ objects.
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Mar 9
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Combinatory

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TECHTUD, C PROGRAMMING
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Mar 8
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Programming

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programminginc
output
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ISRO 2013 Calculus [Mech]
Lim x $\rightarrow$0 $\frac{x^{2}+ x  Sin x}{x^{2}}$ (a) 0 (b) ∞ (c) 1 (d) None of these
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Mar 8
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Calculus

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engineeringmathematics
isromech
isro
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ISRO 2013 Angle between vectors [Mech]
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Mar 8
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Linear Algebra

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isro
engineeringmathematics
isromech
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regular expression
Find the regular expression for $L=a^nb^m$ where $n>=3$ , $m$ is even ?
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Mar 8
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Theory of Computation

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theoryofcomputation
regularexpressions
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ISRO 2014 Probability [Mech]
A purse contains 4 copper coins and 3 silver coins. A second purse contains 6 copper coins and 4 silver coins. A purse is chosen randomly and a coin is taken out of it. What is the probability that it is a copper coin? a) 70/82 b) 35/70 c) 41/82 d) 41/70
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Mar 7
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Probability

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engineeringmathematics
isro
isromech
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Asynchronous counter circuit with feedback input GATEBOOK QS
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Feb 7
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Digital Logic

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digitalcounter
digitallogic
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GATEBOOK
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Feb 7
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Mathematical Logic

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discretemathematics
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Cache Access Time
Assume that a system is using writethrough cache. It has 70% write hits. The cache operates in lookaside mode with a readhit ratio of 80%. The program run on the system is such that it has memory reference for read 70% of time and for write is ... are using no write allocate policy). Average access time of the system is A. 43 B. 55.2 C. 41.5 D. 60
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Jan 22
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CO & Architecture

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time required to fins the unknowm integer
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Jan 22
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Algorithms

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algorithms
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COA_RAW DEPENDENCY
Assume that ADD x, y, z; denotes x ← y + z, SUB x, y, z; x ← y – z and MUL x, y, z; denotes x ← y ∗ z. Consider the following assembly code. I1: SUB R1,R2,R3 I2:ADD R2,R1 R3 I3:ADD R3 R1 R2 I4:SUB R1 R2 R2 Find the number of RAW dependencies in the above assembly code. a. 2 b. 5 c. 3 d. 6
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Jan 18
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CO & Architecture

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Virtual Gate 2016mock1 Question 57
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Jan 18
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Computer Networks

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virtualgate
mock12016
computernetworks
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Hashing
Consider the hashing table with ‘m’ slots and ‘n’ keys. If the expected number of probes in unsuccessful search is 3. The expected number of probes in a successful search is _______ (upto 2 decimal place).
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Jan 17
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Algorithms

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DSCLL
Time complexity to insert a node in the end of circular linked list, if the pointer to the 1st node is given and number of nodes in list is N is A)O(1) B)O(log N) C)O(N) D)O(N log N)
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Jan 16
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DS

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datastructure
timecomplexity
algorithms
linkedlists
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Compiler: Viable Prefixes
Consider the following grammaer: S>0S1  01 How many of the following are the viable prefixes of the grammar? i. 01 ii. 001 iii. 00011 iv. 00S1 PS: given answer i, ii and iv , please explain!
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Jan 13
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Compiler Design

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compilerdesign
parsing
viableprefix
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Probability
2 friends Alice and Bob have found an unfair coin,It has 72% chance of coming up heads.Alice and Bob plays a game with this coin.If coin comes up head then tails,Alice wins.If it's reverse(tails,then heas),Bob wins.And if neither of those two things happens,the game restarts and continues untill there is a winner What is Bob's probability of winning?
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Jan 12
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Mathematical Logic

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probability
engineeringmathematics
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Maths: Probability Distribution Que01
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Jan 12
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Probability

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probability
randomvariable
engineeringmathematics
discretemathematics
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CN TCP
Imagine a TCP connection is transferring 6000B. First Byte is numbered as 10010.The sequence number of the last byte sent,if data are sent in 5 segments with the first 4 segments carrying 1000B and last segement carrying 2000B are ?
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Jan 11
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Computer Networks

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tcp
computernetworks
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Time Complexity
what is the tightest upper bound of T(n)=T(n1)+2n
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Jan 8
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Algorithms

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How many memory accesses required by the following instructions?
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Jan 8
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CO & Architecture

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coandarchitecture
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error in sentence
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Jan 7
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Verbal Ability

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min heap
The number of binary min. heaps that can be formed from a set of 7 distinct integers is _________?
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Jan 7
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DS

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cache and main memory
Assume the following performance characteristics on a cache read miss: one clock cycle to send an address to main memory and four clock cycles to access a 32bit word from main memory and transfer it to the processor and cache. ... transfer? What would be the answer if memory is not interleaved and word access is done sequentially from main memory?
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Jan 6
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CO & Architecture

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coandarchitecture
cachememory
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First Order Logic
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Jan 1
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Mathematical Logic

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