• How use range other ways, like other than price?

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In computer science, a Boolean expression is an expression used in programming languages that produces a Boolean value when evaluated. A Boolean value is either true or false.

• Explain please Boolean operators …???

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• CS302 GDB1 Solution and discussion

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• cs 402 gdb solution fall 2020

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CS 402 GDB 1 SOLUTION FALL 2020
FINITE AUTOMATA (FA):
Finite Automata
= PDA with finite stack.
= TM with finite tape.
= TM with unidirectional tape.
= TM with read only tape.

PUSH DOWN AUTOMATA (PDA):
PDA = Finite Automata with Stack

TURING MACHINE ™:
Turing Machine
= FA with 2 stacks.
The Applications of these Automata are given as follows:

Finite Automata (FA) –
• For the designing of lexical analysis of a compiler.
• For recognizing the pattern using regular expressions.
• For the designing of the combination and sequential circuits using Mealy and Moore Machines.
• Used in text editors.
• For the implementation of spell checkers.

Push Down Automata (PDA) –
• For designing the parsing phase of a compiler (Syntax Analysis).
• For implementation of stack applications.
• For evaluating the arithmetic expressions.
• For solving the Tower of Hanoi Problem.

Linear Bounded Automata (LBA) –
• For implementation of genetic programming.
• For constructing syntactic parse trees for semantic analysis of the compiler.

Turing Machine ™ –
• For solving any recursively enumerable problem.
• For understanding complexity theory.
• For implementation of neural networks.
• For implementation of Robotics Applications.
• For implementation of artificial intelligence.

• ZOO502 Assignment Solution # 1 Fall 2020

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• MTH302 Assignment 1 Solution and Discussion

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@Rabia-Dar said in MTH302 Assignment 1 Solution and Discussion:

@zaasmi said in MTH302 Assignment 1 Solution and Discussion:

A retailer purchases items that cost Rs. 40.5 each. He adds a markup of 25% on the selling price. The item is then marked down to 7%. What will be the final selling price of the item.

By definition, the markup percentage calculation is cost X markup percentage. Then add that to the original unit cost to arrive at the sales price. The markup equation or markup formula is given below in several different formats. For example, if a product costs \$100, then the selling price with a 25% markup would be \$125.

Gross Profit = Sales Price – Unit Cost = \$125 – \$100 = \$25

Now that you have found the gross profit, let’s look at the markup percentage calculation:

Markup Percentage = Gross Profit/Unit Cost = \$25/\$100 = 25%

The purpose of markup percentage is to find the ideal sales price for your products and/or services. Use the following formula to calculate sales price:

Sales Price = Cost X Markup Percentage + Cost = \$100 X 25% + \$100 = \$125

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@zaasmi said in STA632 GDB 1 Solution and Discussion:

Is there any difference between simple random sampling and random sampling? If yes then explain the types of random sampling.

Random sample: every element of the population has a (nonzero) probability of being drawn. Simple random sample (SRS): every element of the population has the same (nonzero) probability of being drawn. SRS is thus a special case of a random sample.

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Solution Idea!

#include <bits/stdc++.h> using namespace std; class HeapNode_Min { // Tree node of Huffman public: //Add data members here. char d; unsigned f; HeapNode_Min *l, *r; HeapNode_Min(char d, unsigned f = -1) { //Complete the body of HeapNode_Min function this->d = d; this->f = f ; this->l = NULL; this->r = NULL; } }; class Analyze { // two heap nodes comparison public: bool operator()(HeapNode_Min* l, HeapNode_Min* r) { //add return before statement and statement is completed. return (l->f > r->f); //Complete this statement } }; void display_Codes(HeapNode_Min* root, string s) // To print codes of huffman tree from the root. { if (!root) return; if (root->d != '\$') cout root->d "\t: " s "\n"; display_Codes(root->l, s + "0"); display_Codes(root->r, s + "1"); //Complete this statement by passing arguments } void HCodes(char data[], int freq[], int s) // builds a Huffman Tree { HeapNode_Min *t,*r, *l ; // top, right, left priority_queue<HeapNode_Min*, vector<HeapNode_Min*>, Analyze> H_min; int a=0; while (a<s){H_min.push(new HeapNode_Min(data[a], freq[a])); ++a;} while (H_min.size() != 1) { l = H_min.top(); H_min.pop(); r = H_min.top(); H_min.pop(); t = new HeapNode_Min('\$', r->f + l->f); t->r = r; t->l = l; H_min.push(t); } display_Codes(H_min.top(), ""); } int main() { int frequency[] = { 3, 6, 11, 14, 18, 25 }; char alphabet[] = { 'A', 'L', 'O', 'R', 'T', 'Y' }; //Complete this statement by passing data type to both sizeof operators int size_of = sizeof(alphabet) / sizeof(*alphabet); cout"Alphabet"":""Huffman Code\n"; cout"--------------------------------\n"; //Call Huffman_Codes function. HCodes(alphabet, frequency, size_of); return 0; }
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