JAM Question Paper 2006 CA (Computer Applications)

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Joint Admission Test (JAM) This JAM CA – Computer Applications 2006 examination is the procedure to get the Admission to Integrated Ph.D. Programmes at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and M.Sc. (Two Year), Joint M.Sc.-Ph.D., M.Sc.-Ph.D. Dual Degree and other Post-Bachelor’s Degree Programmes at Indian Institutes of Technology

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 Let F be a field. Given below are six statements about F.
1. F is a skew field
2. F is a group with respect to multiplication
3. Fis an integral domain
4. F has zero divisors
5. Fhas no zero divisors
6. Only ideals ofF are {O} and itself

In which of the following options all the statements are correct?
(A) 1,2,3
(B) 1,3,5
(C) 2,4,6
(D) 4,5,6

 Consider the statements
(P) If a linear programming problem has only one optimal solution, then this solution is an extreme point of the feasible region.
(03 A linear programming problem either is infeasible or has at least one optimal solution.
(R) A linear programming problem can have exactly two optimal solutions.
(S) A feasible linear programming problem has an optimal solution or unbounded solution.


 Let be the set of all planes in G3. The nonrepresentational inPis
(A) symmetric and transitive
(B) symmetric and reflexive
(C) symmetric but not transitive
(D) transitive but not reflexive

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