Discrete Mathematics Quiz


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Discrete Mathematics Quiz

1. Real numbers which include irrational as well as rational numbers are not discrete?

Real numbers which include irrational are discrete
rational numbers are discrete
TRUE
FALSE

2. For two distinct sets, A and B, having cardinalities m and n respectively, the maximum cardinality of a relation R from A to B is ?

m+n
m*n
m^n
None of the above

3. Number of edges incident with the vertex V is called?

Degree of a Graph
Handshaking Lemma
Degree of a Vertex
None of the above

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. Composition does not hold?

associative property
commutative property
one-to-one function
Both A and B

6. From a deck of 52 cards, if one card is picked find the probability of an ace being drawn?

(1/26)
(1/13)
(3/52)
(1/52)

7. A set is an _________ collection of different elements.

unordered
ordered
unordered and ordered
None of the above

8. In how many ways, sets can be represented?

2
3
4
5

9. Who introduced the concept of sets?

Babylonians
G. Cantor
Pythagoreans
Konrad Zuse

10. A graph is a set of points, called?

Nodes
Edge
fields
lines

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