Discrete Mathematics Quiz


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Discrete Mathematics Quiz

1. Which of the following involves distinct values i.e. between any two points?

Continuous Mathematics
Non-Continuous Mathematics
Non-Discrete Mathematics
Discrete Mathematics

2. If G is the forest with 54 vertices and 17 connected components, G has _______ total number of edges.

35
36
37
38

3. If function is both surjective and injective then it is known as?

invertible
composition
bijective
associative

4. Which of the following option is true?

If the Sun is a planet, elephants will fly
3 +2 = 8 if 5-2 = 7
1 > 3 and 3 is a positive integer
-2 > 3 or 3 is a negative integer

5. which of the following is true?

The function f(x) = x^3 is bijection from R to R.
The function f(x)=x+1 from the set of integers to itself is onto.
Both A and B
None of the above

6. The Karnaugh map (K–map), introduced by Maurice Karnaughin in?

1952
1950
1956
1953

7. The time complexity of computing the transitive closure of a binary relation on a set of n elements should be ________

O(n)
O(logn)
O(n^3)
O(n^2)

8. Probability theory was invented?

1638
1654
1674
1666

9. f:N->N,f(x)=5x is?

injective
not injective
surjective
inverse

10. In how many categories, Mathematics can be broadly classified into?

2
3
4
5

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