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Name
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Raw unprocessed facts to be worked on by the computer are called
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Numbers
Symbols
Information
Data
Computers use the ------------------ number system to store and perform calculations
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binary
decimal
hexadecimal
octal
A complete working computer is made up of --------------------- and ---------------------
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software, hardware
data, users
hardware, people
Both A and C
Which generation of computers had their memory capacity expanded up to 32KB?
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1st Generation
2nd Generation
3rd Generation
4th Generation
In which generation of computers were the operating systems introduced?
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1st Generation
. 2nd Generation
3rd Generation
4th Generation
Which of the following memory spaces store the largest number of characters?
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90,000Kb
2Mb
0.5GB
40Mb
………………………………...invented the mechanical calculator.
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Blaise Pascal
Leibniz
Charles Babbage
Napier
How many bytes are in two kilobytes?
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2,000
1,000
10
2,048
In future computers are expected to become
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Smaller in size and less powerful
Bigger in size and more powerful
Smaller in size and more powerful
Bigger in size and less powerful
PDA refers to………………………………………………
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Peripheral Dynamic Assistants
Personal Digital Assistants
Personal Dynamic Assistants
Peripheral Digital Assistants
Which generation of computer is still under development?
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Fourth Generation
Fifth Generation
Sixth Generation
Seventh Generation
A byte consists of
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0 or 1 bit
0 bit
1 bit
8 bits
What is Charles Babbage remembered for?
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Tabulating machine
Analytical Engine.
ENIAC
Slide Rule
Which one was the first calculator that could perform all four arithmetic operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division?
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The Abacus
The Slide Rule
Blaise Pascal's Calculator
Leibniz’s Stepped Reckoner
A Bit is an abbreviation for:
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Broad Image Transfer
Basic Input Text.
A Byte
Binary Digit
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