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### Undecidability and Intractable Problems MCQs | Page 1 of 10

Q1.
Which of the following are basic complexity classes for a function f:N->N?
Q2.
A function f is called __________ if there exists a TM T so that for any n and any input string of length n, T halts in exactly f(n) moves.
Q3.
Let f: N->N be a step counting function. Then for some constant C, Time(f) is a proper subset of Time(_______)
Q4.
Which among the following is false?

If f=O(h) and g=O(k) for f,g,h,k:N->N, then
Q5.
Which of the following is not correct for ZPP?
Answer: (b).it runs in non-polynomial time
Q6.
ZPP is based on ________
Q7.
ZPP is exactly equal to the ____________of the classes RP and co-RP.
Q8.
Suppose we have a las vegas algorithm C to prove ZPP is contained in RP and co-RP. Run C for double its expected running time.
By Markov’s inequality, the chance that it will answer before we stop is:
Q9.
State true or false:
Statement: ZPP is closed under complement function.