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Unit

Topic

1.

Propositional Calculus

2.

Method of Proof

3.

Logic Circuits

4.

Set, Relations and Functions

5.

Combinatorics

6.

Counting Principle

7.

Partition and Distribution

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Old/Previous Question Papers with Solutions (June 2014 to june 2019)

9.

Guess Questions, upcoming exam import questions

 

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1. (a) Write down the truth table of
         p→q⋀∼r↔r⊕q.

Also explain whether it is a tautology or not. 
(b) Show that √5 is irrational. 
(c) Give the geometric representation of  R x ⁽2⁾. 
(d) Find the f inverse of the function
                f : f(x) = x3 — 3. 
(e) Present a direct proof of the statement : "Square of an odd integer is odd." 
(f) How many permutations are there for the word 'UNIVERSITY" ?

2. (a) (i) Check whether (A U B) ⋂ C.AU (B ⋂ C) or not,using Venn Diagram.
    (ii) Find the dual of A U (B U C).
(b) Prove that C (n, r) = C (n, n — r), for 0 ≤ r ≤ n,n∊ N.

3. (a) State and prove Addition Theorem of Probability.
    (b) Show that in any group of 30 people, we can always find 5 people who were born on
          the same day of the week.
    (c) State Pigeonhole principle. Also give an example of its application.

4. (a) What is the probability that a number between 1 and 200 is divisible by neither 2, 3, 5 nor 7 ?
    (b) In how many ways can 20 students be grouped into 3 groups ?
    (c) In how many ways can r distinct objects be distributed into 6 different boxes with at least two boxes empty ?

5. (a) Give an example of a compound proposition that is neither a tautology nor a contradiction.
    (b) Show that 2'1 > n3 for n > 10.
    (c) Draw the logic circuit for the following boolean expression :
            x.y + x. y' + x. y.
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1. (a) Let A = fa, b, c, d}, B = 11, 2, 3} and R = ((a, 2), (b, 1), (c, 2), (d, 1)1. Is R a function ? Why ? 
    (b) Under what conditions on sets A and B, AxB=B x A? Explain. 
    (c) How many bit strings of length 8 contain at least four 1s ? 
    (d) Show that the proposition p -+ q and - p v q are logically equivalent ? 
    (e) Use mathematical induction to show that n! > 211-1 for n > 1. (0 A coin is tossed n times. What is the
       probability of getting exactly r heads ? 
   (g) Prove that if x and y are rational numbers, then x + y is rational.

2. (a) Find f -1, where f is defined by fix) = x3 - 3 where x ∊ R.
    (b) Let the set A = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 61 and R is defined as R = {(i, j) I I i - ji = 2}. Is IV transitive ? Is 'R'         reflexive ? Is 'R'symmetric ?

3. (a) What are the inverse, converse and contra positive of the implication "If today is holiday then I will go for a movie." ?
(b) Draw the logic circuit for Y = AB'C + ABC' + AB'C'
(c) In how many ways can a prize winner choose three books from a list of 10 bestsellers, if repeats are allowed ?

4. (a) What is understood by the logical quantifiers ? How would you represent the following propositions and their negations using logical quantifiers :
  (i) There is a lawyer who never tells lies.
 (ii) All politicians are not honest.
 (b) Show that (∼p∧n(∼q∧r))v(q∧r)v(p∧r)⇔r
 (c) Define Modus Tollens.

5. (a) If R is the set of all real numbers, then show that a map g : R —› R defined by g(x) = x for x ∊ R is a bijective map.
(b) Let A = (1, 2, 3, 4) and
       
                     (1 2 3 4)
         f=        ( 2 4 1 3)
     
         g =    (1 2 3 4)
                  (4 1 2 3)
              Find fog and gof.
(c) A club has 25 members. How many ways are there to choose four members of the
club to serve on an executive committee ?

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