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Made easy  Discrete mathematics
How many ways can 10 balls be chosen from a container having 10 identical green balls , 5 identical yellow balls and 3 identical blue balls
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Self Doubt combinatorics
Let X denote the number of ways of distributing 7 identical balls to 3 children such that each child gets at least one ball. Then the value of X is equal to _________. what should I be using here.. ($_{r}^{n1+r}\textrm{}$) or
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How do we identity or inverse element here?Is option B) correct?
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Mathematics ME Test series
Ques: What is the number of partition of X = {a, b, c, d, e, f} where a and c are always in same block?  15  52  203  None of these
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Previous Go: Digraph
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Made Easy test series graph theory
A graph G with n vertices is said to be a void graph if and only if there’s no edge between any pair of vertices belonging to G. Let X be a void graph on 2^k + 1 vertices. Then if it is known that the minimum number of edge insertions required in the best case in order to make it connected is equal to 512, then the value of k^1/2 is equal ...
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Self Doubt: Previous GO: DM
Let the set of all natural numbers be N. Which of the following are countable sets? The set of all functions from N to {0,1} The set of all functions from {0,1} to N The largest subset of N I, II, and III I and II only ... previous year, but I am facing difficulty in understanding them and thereby answering such questions. Any suggestions will be of much help. Thank u..
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SELF DOUBT: WELL ORDERED POSET
Can someone explain me in naive term what is a $well$ $ordered$ $poset$ and how it differs from $toset$?
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Jan 24
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Self Doubt: Previous GO Discrete Maths
Consider a binary function $g:P P→\{true,false\},$ where $P$ is a nonempty subset of the natural numbers that contains an even number of distinct elements. Which of the following statements can be true about $g$ ? $g$ is ... two equivalence classes $g$ defines a total order but not a partial order $g$ is reflexive and antisymmetric but not a surjection
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Made Easy test series discrete mathematics group theory
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Jan 21
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Ram Swaroop
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Self doubtful : Discrete Maths
Every Kn,n is Hamilton graph. True or False?
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Jan 20
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Graph Theory
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Chirag Shilwant
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Collinear points on a plane
Suppose 10 points are drawn on a plane such that exactly 4 of the points are collinear and among the remaining points no three points are collinear. How many distinct lines can be drawn by connecting any two among these 10 points?
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Jan 20
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Combinatory
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Akash Papnai
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Self doubt graph theory Hamilton graph
graph G which has a cut edge cannot be Hamiltonian ?
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Jan 19
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Graph Theory
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Ram Swaroop
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The maximum value of the minimum degree in connected planar bipartite graph is ____?
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Jan 17
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Mathematical Logic
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MADE EASY TEST: BIPARTITE GRAPH
Maximum value of the minimum degree in a connected planar bipartite graph is ?
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Jan 12
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Graph Theory
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ace test series mock test discretemaths
Q. 55.
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Jan 11
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Made Easy test series multiple subject graph theory
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Jan 8
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Ram Swaroop
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Made Easy test series multiple subject discrete mathematics combinatorics
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Made Easy test series discrete mathematics combinatorics
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Set Theory : Self doubt
Consider a set A ={} then which of the following is true. 1. A is irreflexive. 2. A is reflexive. 3. A is neither reflexive nor irreflexive.
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Jan 2
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Maths Matrices
For the following set of simultaneous equations 1.5x – 0.5y +z =2 4x + 2y + 3z =9 7x + y +5z =10 The solution is unique infinitely many solutions exist the equations are incompatible finite many solutions exist Anyone please clarify.
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Jan 1
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Shivateja MST
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108
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Hasse Diagram Doubt
In case if we have edges in a Hasse Diagram what is significance of it? ANyone please clarify.
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Dec 31, 2019
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Set Theory & Algebra
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Shivateja MST
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Mathematics Group Theory Abelian Group
If we consider a group (G,*) and consider two elements g and f that belongs to G then how can we define (g * f)^3? Is it like (g * f)(g * f )(g * f)? Anyone please clarify,
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Dec 31, 2019
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Made Easy Test chromati number
The chromatic number of the graph is________________. I am getting $3$ by using the concept of independent sets but the answer given is $4$
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Dec 31, 2019
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Made Easy Test chromati number
The chromatic number of the graph is________________. I am getting $3$ by using the concept of independent sets but the answer given is $4$
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Dec 31, 2019
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MadeEasy Demo Test Q30
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Dec 30, 2019
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#gatepreparation
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Isomorphism self doubt
Whether 2 finite graph are isomorphic or not is a __________ problem (Assume P ! =NP) 1. NP Hard but not NpComplete 2. NpComplete 3. NP but not NpComplete 4. None of the above
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Dec 28, 2019
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Graph Theory
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Chirag Shilwant
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180
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isomorphism
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computation
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Made Easy test series discrete mathematics group
Assume g is an element of the group G. Consider the following conditions of g with e as identity element. $g^8 = e$ $g^2 \neq e$ Order of g is not 8. Find the order of g. Answer 4 how
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Dec 27, 2019
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Ram Swaroop
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MathematicsSyllabus doubt
Is it necessary to read Convergence and Divergence and their related tests of Improper Integrals,Volume of solids of revolution,length of arc of a curve for GATE ? It seems there are no questions in these from past few years. Anyone please clarify.
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Dec 27, 2019
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Shivateja MST
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Discrete Maths : Self Doubt
Is Set of all real numbers under division operation a poset ?
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Dec 26, 2019
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Debapaul
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Discrete Maths: Maximum number of edges in connected components
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Dec 25, 2019
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Discrete Maths
What if I have a function "X" and it's inverse "Y" can I guaranteed say that the function X is bijective? Or in simple terms can I say inverse of a function exists if and only if it's bijective?
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Dec 24, 2019
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Peter Smith
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Onto functions
The number of onto function possible from set A={1,2,3,4,5,6} to set B={a,b,c,d} Such that f(1)=a and f(2) is not b?
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Dec 23, 2019
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Set Theory & Algebra
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Peter Smith
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engineeringmaths
functions
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Maths Poisson Distribution
Vehicles arriving at an intersection from one of the approach roads follow the Poisson distribution. The mean rate of arrival is 900 vehicles per hour. If a gap is defined as the time difference between two successive vehicle arrivals (with vehicles ... the probability (up to four decimal places) that the gap is greater than 8 seconds is ___________ Anyone please clarify.
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Dec 14, 2019
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Shivateja MST
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Maths Probability
A Set S has 20 elements.A Subset P of S is selected at random.After inspecting the elements the elements are put back in to S and then a subset Q is selected at random.Then the probability that P and Q are disjoint is _______ (1/3)^20 (1/2)^20 (2/3)^20 (3/4)^20 Anyone please clarify.
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Dec 13, 2019
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Probability
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Shivateja MST
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108
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probability
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engineeringmaths
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Maths Group theory
Let G= {a,b,c}.The incomplete composition table of the group (G,*) is given below. * a b c a __ __ __ b __ b __ c __ __ __ The last row of the composition table is ____ a c b b a c b c a c a b Anyone please explain how to solve such question since no conditions are given.
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Dec 9, 2019
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Set Theory & Algebra
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Shivateja MST
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108
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groups
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Maths Group Theory
Let P(S) denote the power set of a non empty setS.A binary operation * is defined by A*B=(AB) U (BA). The set P(S) with respect to the binary operation * is______ a semigroup but not monoid a monoid but nota group a group not a semigroup Anyone please clarify I am getting d as the answer.
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Dec 9, 2019
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Set Theory & Algebra
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Shivateja MST
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108
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groups
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Self doubt on counting
1.Number of Distributions of 5 books in 3 bookshelves such that each bookshelf get atleast 1 book 2.Number of Arrangement of 5 books in 3 bookshelves such that each bookshelf get atleast 1 book. I’m unable to understand the difference between Arrangements & Distributions. Can someone explain ?
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Dec 5, 2019
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Combinatory
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pranay562
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counting
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Graph Theory Complement of Graph
If a Graph G have n vertices and all but one of odd degree,then no. of vertices of odd degree in G’ is ____ Assume G is a simple connected graph. Anyone please clarify.
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Dec 2, 2019
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Graph Theory
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Shivateja MST
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108
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graphtheory
engineeringmaths
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Independent Set Vs Matching
Is the problem of Independent Set same as problem of finding Maximum matching of a Graph? Anyone please clarify with some example.
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Nov 30, 2019
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Graph Theory
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Shivateja MST
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108
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