# f(6, 4) equals to

1.   f(54, 52)

2.  f(56, 52)

3.  f(52, 48)

4.  None of these

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f(54, 52)

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# The value of f(15, 9) is

1.  5

2.  9

3.  1

4.  None of these

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None of these

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# f(44, 15) equals

1.  4

2.  3

3.  5

4.  None of these

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None of these

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# f(9, 3) equals

1.   f(54, 50)

2.  f(54, 51)

3.  f(54, 48)

4.  None of these

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f(54, 51)

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# Ignoring the conditions I, II and III, how many different ways of selecting projects are there

1.  6

2.  7

3.  4

4.   8

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7

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# The number of selection combinations which satisfy at most one of the three conditions is

1.   3

2.  2

3.  4

4.  5

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2

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# The number of selection combinations which satisfy at least two conditions is

1.  3

2.   4

3.  5

4.  2

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5

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# The number of selection combinations which satisfy condition 3 is

1.   4

2.  3

3.  5

4.  6

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5

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# 1W  2V  3U  5T    13R

1.  11Q

2.  8X

3.  9S

4.  8S

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8S

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1.  EM

2.  CW

3.   CL

4.  CM

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