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Calculate total time to transmit a 1500 KB file over a link.Assume one way delay in either direction is 40ms .Bandwidth is 1Mbps and packet size including header is 1 KB where header length is 40 Bytes ?
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applied course
How to convert above ER diagram to Relations? Sorry for adding image instead of typing..
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Databases

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crypt arithmetic
If 356 + 123 = 512 .Then what is the value of 653 + 321? 1.215 2.974 3.1004 4.1304 How to solve these type questions?
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Numerical Ability

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#tree
formule for 1.number of binary tree 2.number of binary search tree 3.number labeled binary tree 4.number of unlabeled binary tree
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Operating system concept by Avi Sliberschatz
Consider a process with three threads A, B, and C. The default thread of the process receives multiple requests, and places them in a request queue that is accessible by all the three threads A, B, and ... proposed solution guarantees mutual exclusion but fails to prevent deadlock C.The proposed solution guarantees mutual exclusion and prevents deadlock
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c programming ,data types
what is the output???? and how it internally converted to int when we are printing with %d format specifier?? when i run in my ide i got 50 as output and i donn’t know how it came? can anyone explain how 50 came #include <stdio.h> int main() { char a = '12'; printf("%d", a); return 0; }
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Programming

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MadeEasy Full Length Test 2019: Digital Logic  Logic Gates
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Digital Logic

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made easy
can anyone explain how dijkstras will behave as BFS whwn a graph is unweighted?
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Algorithms

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made easy
let $l,m,n$ be the 3 regular expressions. consider the following identities. $1.( l^*m^*n^*)^* = (lm^*+mn^*+nl^*)^*$ $2.(mn+m)^*m = m(nm + m)^*$ $3.(l^*m^*n^*)^* = (l^* + m^*n + n^*)^*$ $4.(l^*m)^* = (l+m)^*$ how many of the above identities are correct?
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Jan 26
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Theory of Computation

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Gate 2014 ec
A fair coin is tossed repeatedly till both head and appear atleast once. The average number of tosses required is?
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Common Careless Mistakes
What are the most common mistakes you have made in tests? A good list will help aspirants reduce their mistakes in GATE. Just listing out some common ones. Missing the NOT in question  our eyes have a tendency to focus on important words and ... many calculation mistakes. In any formula you do, you must get the correct unit for the result Please add more as answers.
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GOCompiler1: Parsing2
Suppose we have a rightmost derivation which proceeds as follows: $\begin{array}{ccc}S &\rightarrow & Aabw \\ & \rightarrow &ABw \end{array}$ ... $\begin{array}{ccc} B &\rightarrow & ab \end{array}$
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Compiler Design

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GOCompiler1: Parsing1
If we merge states in LR(1) parser to form a LALR(1) parser, we may introduce shiftreduce conflict reducereduce conflict no extra conflict both shiftreduce as well as reducereduce
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Compiler Design

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Counting
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Graph Theory

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GO2019FLT134
Let $G$ be a graph of order $n$ in which every vertex has degree equal to $d$. How large must $d$ be the in order to guarantee that $G$ is connected? $\frac{n}{2}$ $\lceil (n1)/2 \rceil$ $\lfloor (n+1)/2 \rfloor$ $(n1)/2$
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