# Applied Mathematics MCQs eBook Download

MCQ: In linear programming, the constraints can be represented by

- equalities
- inequalities
- ratios
- both a and b

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- Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
- Introduction to Applied Mathematics
- Linear Equations
- Linear Function Applications
- Linear Programming: An Introduction
- Mathematical Functions
- Mathematics of Finance
- Matrix Algebra
- Quadratic and Polynomial Functions
- Simplex and Computer Solution Method
- Systems of Linear Equations

MCQ: In linear programming, the constraints can be represented by

- equalities
- inequalities
- ratios
- both a and b

D

- Homeostasis Concepts: Maintenance of internal temperature with
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- Living World: A continuous series of species
- Acetabularia: Acetabularia mediterranea has a cap
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- Electron Waves: High speed electrons have wavelength
- Precision, Accuracy and Errors: A measurement which on repetition
- Gravitational Field Representation: Work done on an object
- Radioactivity: Radioactive decay is a
- Neutrinos: A decay in which a
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