Question 1(a): Evaluate the following FORTRAN expressions:
i) 6*(7/6) + MOD(7,6). EQ.7
ii) ‘1423+’// ‘329’
iii) 24*3/4 + 18 **2**3
iv) MAX (IFIX(28–6.7), 4)
v) 24 ? 5. LT. 8. OR. 7.GT.3
[marks: 2] Question 1(b): Do as directed for each of the following: (i) Write the sequence of the numbers in which the elements of the following 3 x 3 array are stored in memory in FORTRAN environment.
(ii) Find the value of the real variable x at the end of the execution of the following FORTRAN program segment:
y = 3.0
Do 40 I = 1, 10, 2
Do 40 J = 1, 10, 2
y = y + 1.0
40 CONTINUE
(iii) Find the result of executing the following FORTRAN Program segment (stating clearly positions or column numbers wherever required):
I = 9
J = 12
WRITE (6, 200) I, J
200 FORMAT (‘1’, 13, 3 X, 13)
[marks: 1] Question 2(a): Solve the following system of linear equations by Gaussian elimination method, using fourdigit floating point arithmetic and row interchanges:
8x + 24y ? 4z + 24 = 0
15x ? 3y + 6z ? 87 = 0
? 6x ? 8y + 2z ? 10 = 0
[marks: 1] Question 2(b): Use the NewtonRaphson method to find to three decimal places all the roots of the equation
4x^{3}  4.946x^{2}  21.476x + 25.526 = 0
[marks: 2] Question 3(a): The ages (x) and systolic blood pressure (y) of 12 persons are given below:
Ages in years (x)  Blood Pressure (y) 
41  140 
67  152 
60  155 
55  147 
41  125 
71  160 
35  118 
62  149 
46  128 
54  150 
48  145 
37  115 
Calculate the correlation coefficient between x and y. [marks: 1] Question 3(b): Three groups of children contain 4 girls and 2 boys; 3 girls and 3 boys; and 4 boys and 2 girls. One child is selected at random from each group. Find the probability of the group of the three children so selected, consisting of 1 girl and 2 boys. [marks: 1]  Here is more available MCA Assignments  CS02TMA Introduction to Software, [Semester: I] MCA (1)/CS02/TMA/20 Last date: 15th April, 2007 CS02Project Introduction to Software, [Semester: I] MCA(1)02/Project/07 Last date: 30th April, 2007 CS04TMA Data Structures through C and Pascal, [Semester: I] MCA(1)04/TMA/2007 Last date: 15th April, 2007 CS04Project Data Structures through C and Pascal, [Semester: I] MCA(1)04/Project/20 Last date: 30th April, 2007 CS05TMA Elements of System Analysis and Design, [Semester: I] MCA(1)05/TMA/2007 Last date: 15th April, 2007 CS05Project Elements of System Analysis and Design, [Semester: I] MCA(1)05/Project/20 Last date: 30th April, 2007 CS08TMA Numerical and Statistical Computing, [Semester: III] MCA(3)08/TMA/2007 Last date: 15th April, 2007  

