Modern Computer Algebra MCQs deal with In Rational Function P(X)/Q(X)-Q(X) =, The Functions F(X)= Π Is A-F(X) = X2/X Has A, Rationals Can Be, The Process Of Estimationg Y=F(X) Corresponding To N=G(X) Is Called, Third Degree Taylor Polynomial Is Called, The Necessary & Sufficient Condition For Choosing P Is, 11 Is A, If A=0 & B=1 Then Output Of OR Gate Will Be, Step-Wise Approach To Solve A Problem Is Called, A System Of Representing A Number In Mathematical Form Is Called, The Degree Of Polynomial Is Always, First Degree Taylor Polynomial For Sin X, Which Of The Following Error Is Already In The Statement, If In P(X)/Q(X), The Degree Of P(X)>Q(X) Then This Function Is Called, Every Polynomial Function Is, A Function Which Has Finite Number Of Poles Is Called, Which Of The Following Is The Statement Of Fermat Little Theorem,10 Is Called, A Collection Of 8 Bits Is Called:

# Modern Computer Algebra MCQs

## 10 is called:

A. Base of binary system

B. Base of decimal system

C. Base of octal system

D. None

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**B. Base of decimal system**

## Which of the following have same parity:

A. m + n & m – n

B. m + n &m . n

C. m . n & m-n

D. None

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**A. m + n & m – n**

## Which of the following is the statement of Fermat little theorem:

A. a p≡ 1 (mod p)

B. a p-1≡ a (mod p)

C. a p-1≡ 1 (mod p)

D. None

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**C. a p-1≡ 1 (mod p)**

## A function which has finite number of poles is called:

A. Irrational function

B. Finite function

C. Meromorphic function

D. All above

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**C. Meromorphic function**

## Every polynomial function is:

A. Rational function

B. Irrational function

C. Constant

D. All

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**A. Rational function**

## If in P(x)/q(x), the degree of p(x)>q(x) then this function is called:

A. Proper rational function

B. Improper rational function

C. Neither Proper nor Improper

D. None

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**B. Improper rational function**

## Which of the following error is already in the statement:

A. Inherent error

B. Local round off error

C. Local Truncation errors

D. All

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**A. Inherent error**

## First Degree Taylor Polynomial for sin x:

A. X2

B. X

C. X-X3/6

D. X+ X5/5!

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**B. X**

## The Degree of Polynomial is always:

A. 1

B. 0

C. Negative

D. Positive

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**D. Positive**