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## LS0006: Explain the following with example a) Frequency distribution and b) The measure of dispersion

Q: Explain the following with example a) Frequency distribution and b) The measure of dispersion Answer a: Frequency distribution Collected and classified data are presented in a form of frequency distribution. Frequency distribution is simply a table in which the...

## LS0005: Explain de morgan’s law for boolean algebra with an example. Let A and B are two non-empty set, then by using an algebric method show that

Q: Explain de morgan’s law for boolean algebra with an example. Let A and B are two non-empty set, then by using an algebric method show that: Answer:… This content is for members only.Join as a premium member and study from entire assignment solution,...

## LS0004: Let G be the set of all nonzero real numbers and let a*b = ab/2 Show that G* is an abelian group

Q: Let G be the set of all nonzero real numbers and let a*b = ab/2 Show that G* is an abelian group Answer:… This content is for members only.Join as a premium member and study from entire assignment solution, sample paper and ebooks.Log In Buy Premium...

## LS0003: What is os describe importance of functions of an os

Q: What is os describe importance of functions of an os Answer: There are Many Functions those are Performed by the Operating System But the Main Goal of Operating System is to Provide the Interface between the user and the hardware Means Provides the Interface for...

## LS0002: Explain various states related to process in operating systems with help of diagrams

Q: Explain various states related to process in operating systems with help of diagrams Ans: A process is basically a program in execution. The execution of a process must progress in a sequential fashion. When a program is loaded into the memory and it becomes a...

## LS0001 What are the differences between paging and segmentation

Q: What are the differences between paging and segmentation Answer: BASIS FOR COMPARISON PAGING SEGMENTATION Basic A page is of fixed block size. A segment is of variable size. Fragmentation Paging may lead to internal fragmentation. Segmentation may lead to external...
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