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Srinivas Kadiyala

Student of Information Technology at s.v.i.t
Hyderabad, India | Information Technology Courses
 
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  Information Technology(s.v.i.t) – 2011
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  s.v.i.t
  Information Technology 2007 – 2011
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Discussions(11) started by Srinivas Kadiyala
Posted: 1 year(s) ago
Whats the answer??? Is it 19..??
Posted: 1 year(s) ago
a grocer uses weighing balance in which one pan weighs 0.5 kg and other 0.75 kg. He puts a certain quantity of food grains in 0.5 kg pan and finds...
Posted: 2 year(s) ago
The Answer appears to be C. Both Statements. Statement 1. by itself ain't sufficient, Since, we don't know if x or z are +ve or -ve, we will not...
Posted: 2 year(s) ago
O(x) represents the least odd integer greater than x, whereas o(x) represents the greatest odd integer less than x. Likewise , E(x) represents the...
Posted: 2 year(s) ago
The function p(n) on non-negative integer n is defined in the following way: the units digit of n is the exponent of 2 in the prime factorization of...
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In the expansion of Image:...
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Two prime numbers are considered consecutive if no other prime lies between them on the number line. If p1 and p2 are consecutive primes, with...
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Which of the following represents the complete range of x over which Image:...
Posted: 2 year(s) ago
If x and y are both positive, is x greater than 4? 1) x>y 2) In the coordinate plane, the point (x,y) lies outside a circle of radius 5 centered...
Posted: 2 year(s) ago
If k is an integer and x(x-k) = k+1, what is the value of x? 1) x<k 2) x= 3-k
 
 
 
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