# Answers by ankitgupta.1729

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Let $n$ be a large integer. Which of the following statements is TRUE? $2^{\sqrt{2\log n}}< \frac{n}{\log n}< n^{1/3}$ $\frac{n}{\log n}< n^{1/3}< 2^{\sqrt{2\log n}}$ $2^\sqrt{{2\log n}}< n^{1/3}< \frac{n}{\log n}$ $n^{1/3}< 2^\sqrt{{2\log n}}<\frac{n}{\log n}$ $\frac{n}{\log n}< 2^\sqrt{{2\log n}}<n^{1/3}$
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True/False Question : The matrices $\begin{pmatrix} x &0 \\ 0 & y \end{pmatrix} and \begin{pmatrix} x &1 \\ 0 & y \end{pmatrix}, x\neq y,$ for any $x,y \in \mathbb{R}$ are conjugate in $M_{2}\left ( \mathbb{R} \right )$ .
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True/False Question : Let $y\left ( t \right )$ be a real valued function defined on the real line such that ${y}'=y \left ( 1-y \right )$, with $y\left ( 0\right ) \in \left [ 0,1 \right ]$. Then $\lim_{t\rightarrow \infty }y\left ( t \right )=1$ .
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True/False Question : In the vector space $\left \{ f \mid f : \left [ 0,1 \right ] \rightarrow \mathbb{R}\right \}$ of real-valued function on the closed interval $\left [ 0,1 \right ]$, the set $S=\left \{ sin\left ( x \right ) , cos\left ( x \right ),tan\left ( x \right )\right \}$ is linearly independent.
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Let $S=\left \{ x \in\mathbb{R} \mid x=Trace\:(A) \:for\:some\:A \in M_{4} (\mathbb{R}) such\:that\:A^{2}=A \right\}.$ Then which of the following describes $S$? $S=\left \{ 0,2,4 \right \}$ $S=\left \{ 0,1/2,1,3/2,2,5/2,3,7/2,4 \right \}$ $S=\left \{ 0,1,2,3,4 \right \}$ $S=\left \{ 0,4 \right \}$
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True/False Question : If $A \in M_{10} \left ( \mathbb{R} \right )$ satisfies $A^{2}+A+I=0$, then $A$ is invertible.
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What are the last $3$ digits of $2^{2017}$? $072$ $472$ $512$ $912.$
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Consider the set of continuous functions $f:\left [ 0,1 \right ]\rightarrow \mathbb{R}$ that satisfy: $\int_{0}^{1}f\left ( x \right )\left ( 1-f\left ( x \right ) \right )dx=\frac{1}{4}.$ Then the cardinality of this set is: $0$. $1$. $2$. more than $2$.
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True/False Question : Let $A,B \in M_{3}\left ( \mathbb{R} \right ).$ Then $det\left ( AB -BA \right )=\frac{tr\left [ \left ( AB -BA \right )^{3} \right ]}{3}.$
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Which of the following statements is correct for every linear transformation $T:\mathbb{R}^{3}\rightarrow \mathbb{R}^{3}$ such that $T^{3}-T^{2}-T+I=0$? $T$ is invertible as well as diagonalizable. $T$ is invertible, but not necessearily diagonalizable. $T$ is diagonalizable, but not necessary invertible. None of the other three statements.
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Let $f\left ( x \right )=\frac{log\left ( 2+x \right )}{\sqrt{1+x}}$ for $x\geq 0$, and $a_{m}=\frac{1}{m}\int_{0}^{m}f\left ( t \right )dt$ for every positive integer $m$. Then the sequence diverges to.$+\infty$ has more than one limit point. converges and satisfies $\lim_{m\rightarrow \infty }a_{m}=\frac{1}{2}$log $2$. converges and satisfies $\lim_{m\rightarrow \infty }a_{m}=0$.
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Consider the sequences $\left \{ a_{n}\right \}_{n=1}^{\infty }$ and $\left \{ b_{n}\right \}_{n=1}^{\infty }$ defined by $a_{n}=\left ( 2^{n}+3^{n} \right )^{1/n}$ and $b_{n}=\frac{n}{\sum_{i=1}^{n}\frac{1}{a_{i}}}$. What is the limit of $\left \{ b_{n}\right \}_{n=1}^{\infty }$? $2$. $3$. $5$. The limit does not exist.
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What is the greatest integer less than or equal to $\sum_{n=1}^{9999}\frac{1}{\sqrt[4]{n}}?$ $1332$ $1352$ $1372$ $1392$
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Suppose that a function $f$ defined on $\mathbb{R} ^2$ satisfies the following conditions: $\begin{array} &f(x+t,y) & = & f(x,y)+ty, \\ f(x,t+y) & = & f(x,y)+ tx \text{ and } \\ f(0,0) & = & K, \text{ a constant.} \end{array}$ Then for all $x,y \in \mathbb{R}, \:f(x,y)$ is equal to $K(x+y)$ $K-xy$ $K+xy$ none of the above
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Let $n> 1$ be an odd integer. The number of zeros at the end of the number $99^{n}+1$ is. $1$ $2$ $3$ $4$ None of the above.
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How many ways are there to assign colours from range $\left\{1,2,\ldots,r\right\}$ to vertices of the following graph so that adjacent vertices receive distinct colours? $r^{4}$ $r^{4} - 4r^{3}$ $r^{4}-5r^{3}+8r^{2}-4r$ $r^{4}-4r^{3}+9r^{2}-3r$ $r^{4}-5r^{3}+10r^{2}-15r$
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Let $A$ be the $2 \times 2$ matrix $\begin{pmatrix} \sin\frac{\pi}{18}&-\sin \frac{4\pi}{9} \\ \sin \frac{4\pi}{9}&\sin \frac {\pi}{18} \end{pmatrix}$. Then the smallest number $n \in \mathbb{N}$ such that $A^{n}=1$ is. $3$ $9$ $18$ $27$
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For a real number $t >0$, let $\sqrt{t}$ denote the positive square root of $t$. For a real number $x > 0$, let $F(x)= \int_{x^{2}}^{4x^{2}} \sin \sqrt{t} dt$. If $F'$ is the derivative of $F$, then $F'(\frac{\pi}{2}) = 0$ $F'(\frac{\pi}{2}) = \pi$ $F'(\frac{\pi}{2}) = - \pi$ $F'(\frac{\pi}{2}) = 2\pi$
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If $z=\dfrac{\sqrt{3}-i}{2}$ and $\large(z^{95}+ i^{67})^{97}= z^{n}$, then the smallest value of $n$ is? $1$ $10$ $11$ $12$ None of the above.
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If $z=\dfrac{\sqrt{3}-i}{2}$ and $\large(z^{95}+ i^{67})^{97}= z^{n}$, then the smallest value of $n$ is? $1$ $10$ $11$ $12$ None of the above.
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Consider the following game with two players, Aditi and Bharat. There are $n$ tokens in a bag. The two players know $n$, and take turns removing tokens from the bag. In each turn, a player can either remove one token or two tokens. The player that removes the last token from the ... has a winning strategy. Edit : Option (D) is : For both $n=7$ and $n=8$, Bharat has a winning strategy. (Source)
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Let there be a pile of $2018$ chips in the center of a table. Suppose there are two players who could alternately remove one, two or three chips from the pile. At least one chip must be removed, but no more than three chips can be removed in a single move. ... this game, that is, whatever moves his opponent makes, he can always make his moves in a certain way ensuring his win? Justify your answer.
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Consider the following language. $L = \{{ x\in \{a,b\}^*\mid}$number of $a$’s in $x$ divisible by $2$ but not divisible by $3\}$ The minimum number of states in DFA that accepts $L$ is _________
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Let $M$ be a real $n\times n$ matrix such that for$every$ non-zero vector $x\in \mathbb{R}^{n},$ we have $x^{T}M x> 0.$ Then Such an $M$ cannot exist Such $Ms$ exist and their rank is always $n$ Such $Ms$ exist, but their eigenvalues are always real No eigenvalue of any such $M$ can be real None of the above
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A $\textit{clamp}$ gate is an analog gate parametrized by two real numbers $a$ and $b$, and denoted as $\text{clamp}_{a,b}$. It takes as input two non-negative real numbers $x$ and $y$ ... $y$ outputs the maximum of $x$ and $y?$ $1$ $2$ $3$ $4$ No circuit composed only of clamp gates can compute the max function
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Let $G$ be an undirected graph. An Eulerian cycle of $G$ is a cycle that traverses each edge of $G$ exactly once. A Hamiltonian cycle of $G$ is a cycle that traverses each vertex of $G$ exactly once. Which of the following must be true? Checking if ... , then it has a Hamiltonian cycle A complete graph always has both an Eulerian cycle and a Hamiltonian cycle All of the other statements are true
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Consider a function $f:[0,1]\rightarrow [0,1]$ which is twice differentiable in $(0,1).$ Suppose it has exactly one global maximum and exactly one global minimum inside $(0,1)$. What can you say about the behaviour of the first derivative $f'$ and and second derivative $f''$ ... $f'$ is zero at at least two points, $f''$ is zero at at least two points
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Suppose we toss $m=3$ labelled balls into $n=3$ numbered bins. Let $A$ be the event that the first bin is empty while $B$ be the event that the second bin is empty. $P(A)$ and $P(B)$ denote their respective probabilities. Which of the following is true? $P(A)>P(B)$ $P(A) = \dfrac{1}{27}$ $P(A)>P(A\mid B)$ $P(A)<P(A\mid B)$ None of the above
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Suppose $X_{1a}, X_{1b},X_{2a},X_{2b},\dots , X_{5a},X_{5b}$ are ten Boolean variables each of which can take the value TRUE or FLASE. Recall the Boolean XOR $X\oplus Y:=(X\wedge \neg Y)\vee (\neg X \wedge Y)$ ... $H$ have? $20$ $30$ $32$ $160$ $1024$
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A lottery chooses four random winners. What is the probability that at least three of them are born on the same day of the week? Assume that the pool of candidates is so large that each winner is equally likely to be born on any of the seven days of the week independent of the other winners. ... $\dfrac{48}{2401} \\$ $\dfrac{105}{2401} \\$ $\dfrac{175}{2401} \\$ $\dfrac{294}{2401}$