Race Institute

#38, Burkit Road,

Opposite to bus terminal,

Thyagaraya Nagar

Chennai - 600 017.

Phone:

044-64563030

044-42660776

Mobile:

9043303030

Contact Person:

Bharath Seeman

Computer Part-3

 

1.To access properties of an object, the mouse technique to use is

A. Dragging

B. Dropping

C. Right-clicking

D. Shift-clicking

E. None of these

2.Source codes are normally written on

A. Editor

B. Executor

C. Loader

D. Linker

E. None of these

3.How many margins are on a page?

A. Two (header and footer)

B. Four (top, bottom, right, left)

C. Two (landscape and portrait)

D. Two (top and bottom)

E. None of these

4.The main function of the ALU is to

A. Perform arithmetic and logical operations

B. Store data and information for future use

C. Control computer output, such as printing

D. Monitor all computer activities

E. None of these

5.A directory within a directory is called

A. Mini Directory

B. Junior Directory

C. Part Directory

D. Sub Directory

E. None of these

6.Which of the following language is used in DBMS?

A. 4GL

B. BASIC

C. PASCAL

D. C++

E. None of these

7.Selecting the Zoom command

A. Opens a copy of document in a different view

B. Prints a copy of the displayed document

C. Changes the magnificence of the displayed the document

D. Saves a copy of the displayed document

E. None of these

8.Nibble describes a bits combination of

A. 5 bits

B. 6 bits

C. 7 bits

D. 4 bits

E. None of these

9.The Internet is

A. A large network of networks

B. An internal communication system for a business

C. A communication system for the Indian government

D. All of these

E. None of these

10.Which language is most suited for commercial applications?

A. Fortran

B. Cobol

C. Basic

D. Prolog

E. None of these

11.Each ______ on a menu performs a specific action

A. Client

B. Server

C. Node

D. Command

E. None of these

12.The ________ becomes different shapes depending on the task you are performing

A. Active tab

B. Insertion point

C. Mouse pointer

D. Ribbon

E. None of these

13.What is the base of hexadecimal number system?

A. 2

B. 8

C. 16

D. 10

E. None of these

14.A key that will erase information from the computer’s memory and characters on the screen

A. Edit

B. Delete key

C. Dummy out

D. Trust key

E. None of these

15.Screen that comes on when you turn on your computer that shows all the icons _____

A. Desktop

B. Face to face

C. Viewer

D. View space

E. None of these

16.End means

A. Logical end of a program

B. Physical end of a program

C. Both (a) and (b)

D. Binary program

E. None of these

17.__________ is a unit of measurement which is equivalent to 1,048,576 bytes that equal to approximately 1 million byte

A. Byte

B. Gegabyte

C. Memory

D. Megabyte

E. Kilobyte

18.Softcopy is the intangible output, so then what is hardcopy?

A. The physical parts of the computer

B. The printed parts of the computer

C. The printed output

D. The physical output devices

E. None of these

19.________ is a system of counting using only two numbers 0 and 1

A. Network

B. Mouse

C. Decimal

D. HTML

E. Binary

20.The name of the computer’s brain is ________

A. Monitor

B. hardware

C. CPU

D. byte

E. None of these

21.The basic goal of computer process is to convert data into _________

A. Files

B. tables

C. information

D. graphs

E. None of these

22.The contents of ________ are lost when the computer turned off

A. Storage

B. Input

C. Output

D. Memory

E. None of these

23.Spot the odd one out amongst the following

A. BASIC

B. WINDOWS

C. DOS

D. UNIX

E. None of these

24.Hardware includes ______

A. All devices used to input data into a computer

B. Sets of instructions that a computer runs or executes

C. The computer and all the devices connected to it that are used to input and output data

D. All devices involved in processing information including the central processing unit, memory, and storage

E. None of these

25.Which of the following are computers that can be carried around easily?

A. Minicomputers

B. Supercomputers

C. PCs

D. laptops

E. None of these