# Deterministic Finite Automata-Introduction and Definition Online Exam Quiz

Deterministic Finite Automata-Introduction and Definition GK Quiz. Question and Answers related to Deterministic Finite Automata-Introduction and Definition. MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions with answers about Deterministic Finite Automata-Introduction and Definition

### A generalization of P class can be:

**Options**

A : PTIME

B : DTIME

C : NP

D : None of the mentioned

### Can a DFA recognize a palindrome number?

**Options**

A : Yes

B : No

C : Yes, with input alphabet as ?*

D : Can't be determined

### If the number of steps required to solve a problem is O(nk), then the problem is said to be solved in:

**Options**

A : non-polynomial time

B : polynomial time

C : infinite time

D : none of the mentioned

### The value of constants like p and e can be calculated in:

**Options**

A : polynomial time

B : non-polynomial time

C : cannot be calculated

D : none of the mentioned

### What does the following figure most correctly represents?^

**Options**

A : Final state with loop x

B : Transitional state with loop x

C : Initial state as well as final state with loop x

D : Insufficient Data

### Which of the following cannot be solved using polynomial time?

**Options**

A : Linear Programming

B : Greatest common divisor

C : Maximum matching

D : None of the mentioned

### Which of the following is not an example of finite state machine system?

**Options**

A : Control Mechanism of an elevator

B : Combinational Locks

C : Traffic Lights

D : Digital Watches

### Which of the following will not be accepted by the following DFA?^

**Options**

A : ababaabaa

B : abbbaa

C : abbbaabb

D : abbaabbaa

### Which of the following will the given DFA won't accept?^

**Options**

A : ?

B : 11010

C : 10001010

D : String of letter count 11

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