A. f(x) will be intergral part of x
B. f(x) will be fractional part of x
C. f(x) will always be 0
D. none of the mentioned
The question was asked during an internship interview.
My question is based upon Floor and Ceiling Function topic in chapter Basic Structures: Sets, Functions, Sequences, Sums and Matrices of Discrete Mathematics
Explanation: A integral part of a number is subtracted from that number we are left with the fractional part of that number.