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# E. it is the same in all the systems

69. In what system the number 0 is the smallest?

A. binary

B. decimal

D. binary and decimal

E. it is the same in all the systems

70. What digits are included into the hexadecimal system?

A. only 0-9

B. 0-9, A, B, C

C. first 16 characters of Latin alphabet

D. 0-9, A, B, C, D, E, F

E. 0-9, A, B, C, D, E

71. In what system the number 9 is the greatest?

A. binary

B. decimal

E. it is the same in all the systems

72. What decimal number corresponds to hexadecimal A?

A. 8

B. 11

C. 9

D. 10

E. 15

73. What decimal number corresponds to hexadecimal B?

A. 8

B. 11

C. 9

D. 10

E. 15

74. What decimal number corresponds to hexadecimal C?

A. 8

B. 11

C. 9

D. 10

E. 12

75. What decimal number corresponds to hexadecimal D?

A. 13

B. 11

C. 9

D. 10

E. 15

76. What decimal number corresponds to hexadecimal E?

A. 8

B. 11

C. 14

D. 10

E. 15

77. What decimal number corresponds to hexadecimal F?

A. 8

B. 11

C. 9

D. 10

E. 15

78. How many bytes are in hexadecimal FFFF?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

79. Convert to hexadecimal number the binary number 11111000:

A. F8

B. AC

C. 8F

D. 10

E. B6

80. How many bits are in binary number 101101001?

A. 6

B. 7

C. 8

D. 9

E. 16

81. How many bits are in binary number 11101001?

A. 6

B. 7

C. 8

D. 9

E. 16

82. How many bytes are in binary number 11101001?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 8

D. 4

E. 16

83. How many bytes are in 32 bits?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

84. How many bits are in 5 bytes?

A. 1

B. 8

C. 40

D. 32

E. 64

85. General-purpose machine that processes data according to specific set of instructions is called

A. Computer

B. Information

C. Hardware

D. Software

E. Informatics

86. The computer and the equipment attached to it is called

A. Computer

B. Information

C. Hardware

D. Software

E. Informatics

87. The instructions the computer receives are called

A. Computer

B. Information

C. Hardware

D. Software

E. Informatics

88. A science about the laws, methods of measurement, storage, processing and transmission of information with the use of computer is called:

A. Computer

B. Information

C. Hardware

D. Software

E. Informatics

89. Reflection of the material world in the form of signals and signs understandable to certain group of people is called:

A. Computer

B. Information

C. Hardware

D. Software

E. Informatics

Test: Hardware

1. How much is a "reasonable" amount of memory to have in a Pentium class machine?

A. 1 Kb

B. 64 Kb

C. 1 Mb

D. 16 Mb

E. 128 Mb

1. How much information can be stored on a CD-ROM?

A. 700 B

B. 700 Kb

C. 700 Mb

D. 700 Gb

E. there is no limit

1. If you need to transfer 300 Mb from one computer to another you will probably use:

A. floppy disk

B. printer

C. scanner

D. recordable CD

E. audio CD

1. What can be stored on a DVD disk?

A. music

B. movies

C. data

D. pictures

E. all of these

1. Which one is not an output device?

A. Printer

B. Monitor

C. Keyboard

D. Modem

E. Plotter

1. Which one works as an output and input device?

A. Modem

B. Scanner

C. Mouse

D. Monitor

E. Keyboard

1. The “brain” of the computer is called:
1. Random Access Memory or RAM
2. Central Processing Unit or CPU
3. Read Only Memory or ROM
4. BIOS
5. Chipset

1. The resolution of a monitor is measured in:
1. Megabits
2. Hz
3. Dots per inch (DPI)
4. Inches (diagonal)
5. Cubits

1. A computer port is used to:
1. Communicate with other computer peripherals
3. Communicate with all hard drives
4. Connect computers together
5. Play the music

1. Which computer is the fastest?
1. Pentium II 600MHz
2. Pentium III 600MHz
3. Pentium 600MHz
4. 486 Turbo
5. Not enough information

A. Floppy diskette

B. DVD

C. CD-ROM

D. Zip drive

E. USB drive

12. What does the acronym CPU stand for?

A. Cyberspace Protocol Unit

B. Computer Processor Utility

C. Central Processing Unit

D. Computer Processing Unit

E. Central Physical Unit

13. What were the electronic computers of the first generation based upon?

A. vacuum bulbs

B. relays

C. transistors

D. resistors and diodes

E. gears

14. What were the electronic computers of the second generation based upon?

A. vacuum bulbs

B. relays

C. transistors

D. resistors and diodes

E. microchips

15. What are the computers of the fourth generation based upon?

A. vacuum bulbs

B. microprocessor

C. transistors

D. resistors and diodes

E. microchips

16. What are the computers of the third generation based upon?

A. vacuum bulbs

B. microprocessor

C. transistors

D. resistors and diodes

E. microchips

17. What is the generation of computers, which were based on vacuum bulbs?

A. first

B. second

C. third

D. fourth

E. fifth

18. What is the generation of computers, which were based on transistors?

A. first

B. second

C. third

D. fourth

E. fifth

19. What is the generation of computers, which were based on microchips?

A. first

B. second

C. third

D. fourth

E. fifth

20. What is the generation of computers, which are based on microprocessors?

A. first

B. second

C. third

D. fourth

E. fifth

21. How many computer generations had been created up to now?

A. One

B. Two

C. Three

D. Four

E. Five

22. What is computer architecture?

A. The use of computers in architecture

B. Creation of different construction projects on the computer

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