A. The concavity must be negative.
B. The concavity must also be positive.
C. The concavity must be imaginary
D. The concavity must be neutral (0).
A. A word used a lot on a popular medical television series.
B. A gear box on the back end of your car.
C. A method of directly relating how changes in a dependent variable affect changes in an independent variable
D. A method of directly relating how changes in an independent variable affect changes in a dependent variable.
A. g ''(p) > 0
B. g ''(p) = 0
C. There's no way to tell without first knowing what the specific function is.
D. g ''(p) < 0
A. Absolute, Relative.
B. Human, Absolute.
C. Controllable, Natural.
D. Relative, Controllable.
A. C0 = 1, C1 = -21
B. C0 = -1, C1 = 21
C. C0 = 0, C1 = 1
D. C0 = -1, C1 = 19
A. x3
B. 6x
C. 6x C
D. x3 C
A. At q = 0.
B. At q = fourth root of 14.
C. Never; w(q) is always concave up.
D. Never; w(q) is always concave down.
A. the constant of anti-differentiation.
B. the constant of differentiation.
C. the constant of death and taxes.
D. the constant of integration.
A. Yes, at (2, -2).
B. Yes, at (-2, -2).
C. No.
D. Yes, at (8, -2).
A. A boundary condition.
B. A lot of luck.
C. Its real world application
D. What its value is at (0, 0).
A. syntax trees
B. postfix notation
C. all of these
D. three address codes
A. it is necessary to retranslate the users program and check everytime it is run
B. a portion of memory is wasted because the case occupied by the assembler is unavailable to the object program
C. all of these
D. it is very difficult to handle multiple segments, especially if the source programs are in different languages and to produce orderly modular programs
A. assign storage to all temporary locations that are necessary for intermediate results
B. assign storage to all variables referenced in the source program
C. all of these
D. assign storage to literals, and to ensure that the storage is allocated and appropriate locations are initialized
A. syntax directed translations can be written for intermediate code generation
B. it makes implementation of lexical analysis and syntax analysis easier
C. it is not possible to generate code for real machines directly from high level language programs
D. it enhances the portability of the front end of the compiler
A. run test, prog
B. compile prog 1, prog 2
C. 1001000010101
D. load R1 , A
A. removing loop invariant computation
B. replacing run-time computation by compile time computation
C. replacing a costly operation by a relatively cheaper one
D. removing common sub-expressions
A. linker
B. relocating loader itself
C. macro processor
D. assembler
A. is used to remember which of the following general purpose registers are currently available as base registers, and what base addresses they contain
B. allows the programmer to write base registers and displacements explicitly in the source program
C. is a term that refers to control programs of an O.S
D. allows multiple programs to reside in separate areas of care at the same time
A. if left hand side of a production is a single terminal
B. if terminal set and non-terminal set are not disjoint
C. all of these
D. if left hand side of a production has no non ­terminal