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test series
plz help me . how to solve that type of question
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Online_Test
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Context Free language
If L1 is context free and L2 is not context free, then L1 ∩ L2 is context free. Is this true or not?
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Pointers
What is the difference between null pointer and void pointer ?? which one is used when ?
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Breadthfirst search time for given vertex in complete graph
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Merge sort state after 2 recursive calls
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Output of Code
#include <stdio.h> int main() { int a; char *x; x= (char *) &a; a=512; x[0]=1; x[1]=2; printf("%d\n",a); return 0; }
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Finite accepter(machine Design)
What is product automata and what is the difference between grid machine and mod machine?
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Jun 26, 2017
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Inorder traversal of BST if it contain two identical elements.
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DS

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Difference between finding Inorder Successor vs finding next using Inorder Traversal in BST
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Algorithms

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Finite automata
Which of the following statement(s) are true about NFA & DFA? (i) NFA is more powerful than DFA but DFA is more efficient than NFA. (ii) NFA will respond for only valid inputs and no need to respond for invalid inputs. (iii) There is no concept of dead states and complement in NFA. (iv) NFA is a parallel computing system where we can run multiple threads concurrently.
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GATE200347
Consider the following circuit composed of XOR gates and noninverting buffers. The noninverting buffers have delays $\delta_1 = 2 ns$ and $\delta_2 = 4 ns$ as shown in the figure. Both XOR gates and all wires have zero delays. Assume that all gate inputs, outputs, ... many transition(s) (change of logic levels) occur(s) at $B$ during the interval from $0$ to $10$ ns? $1$ $2$ $3$ $4$
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Digital Logic

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GATE2007IT24
A depthfirst search is performed on a directed acyclic graph. Let $d[u]$ denote the time at which vertex $u$ is visited for the first time and $f[u]$ the time at which the DFS call to the vertex $u$ terminates. Which of the following statements is always TRUE for all edges $(u, v)$ in the graph ? $d[u] < d[v]$ $d[u] < f[v]$ $f[u] < f[v]$ $f[u] > f[v]$
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GATE200879
Let $x_n$ denote the number of binary strings of length $n$ that contain no consecutive 0s. The value of $x_5$ is 5 7 8 16
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Jun 19, 2017
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Algorithms

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gate2008
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GATE2017203
Match the algorithms with their time complexities: Algorithms Time Complexity P. TOwers of honoi with $n$ disks i. $\Theta (n^2)$ Q. Binary Search given $n$ numbers $n$ sorted numbers ii. $\Theta (n \log n)$ R. Heap sort given $n$ numbers at the worst ... (iv) r $\rightarrow$(ii) S$\rightarrow$(i) P$\rightarrow$ (iv) Q $\rightarrow$(iii) r $\rightarrow$(ii) S$\rightarrow$(i)
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GATE2017230
Consider the recurrence function $$T(n) = \begin{cases} 2T(\sqrt{n})+1, & n>2 \\ 2, & 0 < n \leq 2 \end{cases}$$ Then $T(n)$ in terms of $\theta$ notation is $\theta(\log \log n)$ $\theta( \log n)$ $\theta (\sqrt{n})$ $\theta(n)$
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GATE2017104
Consider the following functions from positive integers to real numbers: $10$, $\sqrt{n}$, $n$, $\log_{2}n$, $\frac{100}{n}$. The CORRECT arrangement of the above functions in increasing order of asymptotic complexity is: $\log_{2}n$, $\frac{100}{n}$, $10$, $\sqrt{n}$, $n$ $\frac{100}{n ... frac{100}{n}$, $\sqrt{n}$, $\log_{2}n$, $n$ $\frac{100}{n}$, $\log_{2}n$, $10$, $\sqrt{n}$, $n$
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GATE2016Session2GA9
The binary operation is defined as a b = ab+(a+b), where a and b are any two real numbers. The value of the identity element of this operation, defined as the number x such that a x = a, for any a, is . $0$ $1$ $2$ $10$
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speed , time and distance
Point X and Y are 90 km apart from each other at highway. A car starts from X and another from Y at the same time . If they go in the same direction they meet in 9 hrs and if they go in opposite direction they meet in 9/7 hrs. The max speed of the car among the 2 cars is a)20 km/hr b)30 km/hr c)40 km/hr d)50 km/hr
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ARUN SHARMA
THE MINIMUM VALUE OF EXPRESSION (P+1/P)=??
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Arun SharmaTime Speed Distance
Two trains, Calcutta Mail and Bombay Mail, start at the same time from stations Kolkata and Mumbai respectively towards each other.After passing each other, they take 12 hours and 3 hours to reach Mumbai and Kolkata respectively. If the Calcutta mail is moving with the speed of 48 km/h , the speed of the Bombay mail is (a)24 km/h (b)22 km/h (c)21 km/h (d)96 km/h
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GATE20124
Assuming $P \neq NP$, which of the following is TRUE? $NP \ complete = NP$ $NPcomplete \cap P = \phi$ $NPhard = NP$ $P = NPcomplete$
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May 9, 2017
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GATE20172GA3
There are five buildings called $V$, $W$, $X$, $Y$ and $Z$ in a row (not necessarily in that order). $V$ is to the West of $W$. $Z$ is to the East of $X$ and the West of $V$. $W$ is to the West of Y$. Which is the building in the middle? $V$ $W$ $X$ $Y$
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GATE20172GA4
A test has twenty questions worth $100$ marks in total. There are two types of questions. Multiple choice questions are worth $3$ marks each and essay questions are worth $11$ marks each. How many multiple choice questions does the exam have? $12$ $15$ $18$ $19$
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GATE20172GA5
There are $3$ red socks, $4$ green socks and $3$ blue socks.You choose $2$ socks. The probability that they are of the same colour is $\dfrac{1}{5}$ $\dfrac{7}{30}$ $\dfrac{1}{4}$ $\dfrac{4}{15}$
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GATE20172GA7
There are three boxes. One contains apples, another contains oranges and the last one contains both apples and oranges. All three are known to be incorrectly labeled. If you are permitted to open just one box and then pull out and inspect only one fruit, ... all three boxes? The box labeled Apples' The box labeled Apples and Oranges' The box labeled Oranges' Cannot be determined
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probability
ANSWER I AM GETTING : (0.5) / [1(0.5n)] ANSWER GIVEN : (0.5) / [ 1(0.5n1) ]
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May 4, 2017
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Numerical Ability

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probability
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permutations and combinations
A box contains 2 white balls, 3 black balls and 4 red balls. In how many ways can 3 balls be drawn from the box, if at least one black ball is to be included in the draw?
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May 4, 2017
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cil2017 AQ17
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Progression
If second term of an AP is equal to the 9th term of another AP. What will be the sum of 17 terms of second AP, as the sum of first 3 terms of first AP is given as 9. A – 85; B – 102; C – 204; D – 51; E – Can’t be determined.
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May 4, 2017
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general
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calender
If 6th March, 2005 is Monday, what was the day of the week on 6th March, 2004? what is the output????? i think saturday....Am i right??
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May 4, 2017
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Gate English
Which Job you will apply ___ in future. for to among towards
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May 4, 2017
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Gatebook Test
A man ate 300 mangoes in 15 days , each day eating two more than the previous day . How many mangoes did he eat on the 3rd day?
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May 4, 2017
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Numerical Ability

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GATE2016Session7GA3
Choose the most appropriate set of words from the options given below to complete the following sentence. _________, ___________ is a will, _________ is a way. Wear, there, their Were, their, there Where, there, there Where, their, their
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GATE2016Session3GA4
Given ($9$ inches) $^{\frac{1}{2}}$ = ($0.25$ yards) $^{\frac{1}{2}}$ , which one of the following statements is TRUE? $3$ inches = $0.5$ yards $9$ inches = $1.5$ yards $9$ inches = $0.25$ yards $81$ inches = $0.0625$ yards
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May 4, 2017
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GATE2016Session4GA3
M has a son Q and a daughter R. He has no other children. E is the mother of P and daughterinlaw of M. How is P related to M? P is the soninlaw of M. P is the grandchild of M. P is the daughterin law of M. P is the grandfather of M.
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May 4, 2017
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GATE2016Session4GA4
The number that least fits this set: $(324$, $441$, $97$ and $64)$ is ________. $324$ $441$ $97$ $64$
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May 4, 2017
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gate2016session4aptitude
oddone
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GATE2016Session4GA5
It takes $10$ s and $15$ s, respectively, for two trains travelling at different constant speeds to completely pass a telegraph post. The length of the first train is $120$ m and that of the second train is $150$ m. The magnitude of the difference in the speeds of the two trains (in $m/s$) is ____________. $2.0$ $10.0$ $12.0$ $22.0$
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May 4, 2017
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GATE2016Session1GA5
Michael lives $10$ km away from where I live. Ahmed lives $5$ km away and Susan lives $7$ km away from where I live. Arun is farther away than Ahmed but closer than Susan from where I live. From the information provided here, what is one possible distance (in km) at which I live from Arun’s place? $3.00$ $4.99$ $6.02$ $7.01$
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May 4, 2017
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computer nwtworks (wrap around time)
A TCP segments of size(excluding headers) 1500 bytes with life time of a packet as 120 sec is sent over a TCP connection. There is no wrap around time for sequence numbers and sender sends the packets continuously. Consider TCP, IP and Ethernet overhead into consideration, what is the required data rate? 1. 299 Mbps 2. 319Mbps 3. 288 Mbps 4. 240 Mbps
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May 4, 2017
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Computer Networks

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