KCSE Computer Questions (Responses)
 Share
The version of the browser you are using is no longer supported. Please upgrade to a supported browser.Dismiss

 
View only
 
 
Still loading...
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
1
TimestampNameeMail Topic/ Sub-TopicAsk / AnswerAnswerscomment
2
8/14/2014 11:45:15MARVIN THUOmavinthuo@gmail.comVirtual Reality
In reference to computer studies what does one mean by the folllowing terms:
1. Videeo mapping
2. Immensive systems
3. Telepresence
3
9/16/2014 12:33:05kandiewebartiaka@gmail.comprojectproject marking scheme 2014 bado
4
1/6/2015 10:22:07kelvin sparks
venturecollege@gmail.com
computer projects
have you posted any computerised examples of computer projects and how to go about them
5
3/25/2015 4:53:35Anis Hassan
abbadano.ah@gmail.com
elementary programing priciples
Discription of stages followed when develping program
6
4/10/2015 9:34:54Abdifatah
sultanamosh@gmail.com
problem defination in SDLC
in a given project how will define the problem
7
4/14/2015 18:51:55Fainsteve Kassums
fainstevesums@gmail.com
Computer project
How do I start making the 2014 kcse project?
8
6/2/2015 10:56:52peter thuitahitontime@gmail.comcomputer project
i am looking for an examiner. do you know of any you can hook me up with. is the computer project marked by teachers or knec? if marked by the teachers can you hook up with smbd who can help my client to prepare for the marking
9
8/11/2015 16:55:21lorrainemutheu
lorrainemutheu@yahoo.com
computer paper 3 project 2015
When calculating the gross pay for permanent carpenters how do I get the sum of the commission's for job supervised and jobs completed yet a carpenter could have supervised and completed a job in a different month meaning that in a certain month a permanent carpenter could have supervised a job but not completed a job in that month and viceversa but the gross pay is calculated per month. How do I do that?????
10
8/11/2015 16:57:52lorrainemutheu
lorrainemutheu@yahoo.com
computer paper 3 project 2015
When calculating the gross pay for permanent carpenters how do I get the sum of the commission's for job supervised and jobs completed yet a carpenter could have supervised and completed a job in a different month meaning that in a certain month a permanent carpenter could have supervised a job but not completed a job in that month and viceversa but the gross pay is calculated per month. How do I do that?????
11
9/25/2015 7:18:59Ruth Wanjiru
ruthciru101@gmail.com
marking scheme 451/3
when is the 452/3 marking scheme going to be out?
12
12/17/2015 18:35:40Vina Akinyiakinyivina@gmail.comassignment
explain the concept of distributed data
when we talk of computer network, data replicated in every member on a network called a node is what we refer to as distributed data. this means same data appearing in every node or mirrored
13
3/2/2016 11:57:20James Muigaijmuigai67@yahoo.comComputer Project 2016
How are you Tr. Atrika.Please can we come up with a solution for the Mashina Residents Registration System together?
14
5/6/2016 15:11:52BRIAN PAUL
wanupibrian@gmail.com
system development
how to come up with an effective project
15
6/26/2016 14:10:02hagaba emmanuel
hagaeba.emmanuel@gmail.com
examples of law level programing language
i thot of mechine language and assemnly language
16
7/14/2016 10:09:01tatenda binda
tatendabinda@media.com
disadvantages of using internet
how do a person make virus on a computer
17
7/17/2016 14:50:10tariataria2000@gmail.comalgorithm
what will be the output after execution of each of the following algorithm segments Begin number=5 total=number+number output total end
18
7/17/2016 14:51:05tariataria2000@gmail.comalgorithm
what will be the output after execution of each of the following algorithm segments Begin number=5 total=number+number output total end
19
11/4/2016 23:23:47Solomon IdangSoloidang@gmail.comDigital Divide
What are the significance of digital divide
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
Loading...
 
 
 
Form Responses 1