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121. Relation between two sets P and Q in qiven form is P ⊂ Q is
a. P is subset of Q
b. Q is subset of P
c. All Elements are equal
d. None of Elements are equal
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Answer: (a).P is subset of Q

122. A collection of distinguishable members or elements is known to be
a. Set
b. Combination
c. Composition
d. Collaboration
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Answer: (a).Set

123. A set cannot have
a. Unique values
b. Uniform values
c. Duplicate values
d. Sequenced values
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Answer: (c).Duplicate values

124. R is an equivalence relation on set S if it has property of
a. Reflexive
b. Symmetric
c. Transitive
d. All of the above
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Answer: (d).All of the above

125. Sum of reciprocals from 1 to n, called
a. Hammer series
b. Recurrence series
c. Non-recurrence series
d. Harmonic series
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Answer: (d).Harmonic series

126. Relation defining a function by means of an expression that includes one or more instances of itself is known to be
a. Structured relation
b. Recurrence relation
c. Sequenced relation
d. Absolute relation
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Answer: (b).Recurrence relation

127. Factorial's definition contains a recursive part and
a. Data cases
b. Symmetric case
c. Reflexive cases
d. Base cases
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Answer: (d).Base cases

128. Recurrence relations are widely used for modelling cost of
a. Non-recurrence functions
b. Asymmetric functions
c. Recurrence functions
d. Symmetric functions
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Answer: (c).Recurrence functions

129. Which of the following criterion is NOT written using the proper syntax?
a. “Haris”
b. <500
c. NO VALUE
d. Between #1/1/2000# and #12/31/2000#
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Answer: (c).NO VALUE

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