José Rizal University Preliminary Examination ITC 39-- 201I/204I

First Semester 2012-2013 General Instructions: 1. July 16-17, 2012 Monday-Tuesday Strictly NO ID - NO PERMIT - NO EXAM

Instructor: Cortes, Meljun P.

2. Write legibly and neatly as possible and read the instruction. 3. All answers must be written in the JRU Test Booklet. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Multiple Choice

(Select the best answer among the given choices, WRITE ONLY THE LETTER on your Test Booklet)

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1.) Which of the following Intel Microprocessor that has a clock speed of 740 KHz and it has 2,300 transistors? a.) Intel 4004 b.) Intel 8086 c.) Intel 80286 d.) Intel 4040 2.) Which part interprets program instructions and initiate control operations? a.) Input b.) Storage Unit c.) Logic Unit d.) Control Unit 3.) Which of the following Intel Microprocessor that has a clock speed of 2 MHz and it has 6,000 transistors? a.) Intel 4004 b.) Intel 8080 c.) Intel 8086 d.) Intel 4040 4.) The section of the CPU that selects, interprets and sees to the execution of program instructions a.) Memory b.) Register Unit c.) Control Unit d.) ALU 5.) The capacity of 3.5 inch floppy disk is a) 1.44 MB c) 1.40 GB b) 1.40 MB d) 1.44 GB

6.) Which of the following Intel Microprocessor that has a clock speed of 4.77 MHz and it has 29,000 transistors? a.) Intel 4004 b.) Intel 8080 c.) Intel 8086 d.) Intel 4040 7.) The first counting tool was the__ Abacus d.) Aba Zaba a.) Punch Card b.) Stepped Reckoned c.)

8.) Which of the following Intel Microprocessor that has a clock speed of 8 MHz and it has 134,000 transistors? a.) Intel 4004 b.) Intel 8080 c.) Intel 80286 d.) Intel 4040 9.) The first electronic computer was called d.) EDVAC a.) UNIVAC b.) Apple c.) ENIAC

10.) The brain of any computer system is a) Arithmetic Logic Unit b) Control Unit Storage Unit 11.) CD-ROM stands for a) Compact Disk Read Only Memory Memory

c) Central Processing Unit

d)

b)

Compactable Disk Read Only

c) Compact Data Read Only Memory Memory

d)

Compactable

Read

Only

12.) Size is measured in gigabytes (GB). The larger the number the better. Most of a computer's information is stored on its...? a.) Hard Disk b.) Software c.) Hertz d.) Hard ware 13.) Which of the following Intel Microprocessor that has a clock speed of 2.66 GHz and it has 781 million transistors? a.) Intel 4004 b.) Intel core i7 c.) Intel core i3 d.) Intel core i5 14.) Allows user to enter data into the system. Hard Drive d.) Output Device 15.) What is the Output Unit? a.) Keyboard a.) Input Device b.) CPU c.)

b.) Monitor c.) Mouse

d.) CD-Rom

16.) Which of the following Intel Microprocessor that has a clock speed of 1.3 GHz and it has 42 million transistors? a.) Intel Pentium1 b.) Intel Pentium4 c.) Intel Pentium3 d.) Intel Pentium2 17.) The difference between a calculator and a computer is that a computer can store data for long periods of time. a.) False b.) What? c.) True d.) Maybe 18.) Who was best known for inventing a loom that used punch cards to store information by rearranging the cards, a weaver could change the pattern being woven without stopping the machine to change threads. a.) Pascal b.) Jacquard c.)Babbage d.) Jobs 19.) The first generation of computers available was based on the bit micro processors. a. ) 4 bit b.) 8 bit c.) 16 bit d.) 64 bit 20.) Which of the following is still useful for adding numbers? a.) EDSAC b.) ENIAC c.) Abacus d.) UNIVAC 21.) The time required for the fetching and execution of one simple machine instruction is a.) Delay time b.) CPU cycle c.) Real time d.) Seek time 22.) Which of the following exact equivalent measurement of memory for Gigabytes? a.) 1, 073,741,824 bytes/1, 024 MB b.) 1, 048, 576 bytes c.) 1, 024 bytes d.) 8 Bits 23.) Which of the following exact equivalent measurement of memory for Megabytes? a.) 1, 073,741,824 bytes/1, 024 MB b.) 1, 048, 576 bytes c.) 1, 024 bytes d.) 8 Bits 24.) Which of the following exact equivalent measurement of memory for kilobytes? a.) 1, 073,741,824 bytes/1, 024 MB b.) 1, 048, 576 bytes c.) 1, 024 bytes d.) 8 Bits 25.) Which of the following is known as the Read and Write memory? This memory is volatile. Whatever information you store is temporary in nature and when you switch off the computer everything is erased. a.) Read Only Memory b.) Random Access Memory c.) Virtual memory d.) Cache Memory 26.) Which of the following is known as the Read operation Memory? This memory is non-volatile and does not have a write capability. The Binary information in this memory made permanent during the hardware production of the unit and it is not accessible to users to store information. a.) Read Only Memory b.) Random Access Memory c.) Virtual memory d.) Cache Memory 27.) Which of the following is the fastest and high-speed memory unit in the

memory hierarchy? It serves as the working memory for temporary storage of instructions and data in the CPU.

a.) Read Only Memory d.) Cache Memory

b.) Random Access Memory

c.)

CPU Register

28.) Which of the following is considered as another layer of memory and secret

storage which is positioned logically between the main and secondary memory? The capacity is less than that of main memory, but with an access time of one to three cycles faster.
a.) Read Only Memory d.) Cache Memory b.) Random Access Memory c.)

CPU Register

29.) Which of the following memory is much larger in capacity but also much

slower than main memory? This memory stores system programs, large data files, and the like that are not continually required by the CPU. It also acts as an overflow memory when the capacity of main memory is exceeded.
a.) Read Only Memory Memory d.) Cache Memory b.) Random Access Memory c.) Secondary

30.) Which of the following memory is to enlarge the address space which the

set of addresses a program can utilize? This memory serves as the extension so that other application running in active can have available space.
a.) Read Only Memory d.) Cache Memory b.) Random Access Memory

c.) Virtual memory

31.) The capacity of DVD-ROM/DVD-R/DVD-RW disk is a.) 4.7 gigabytes b.) 4.7 kilobytes c.) 4.7 megabytes d.) 4.7 terabytes 32.) The capacity of CD-ROM/CD-R/CD-RW disk is a.) 700 gigabytes b.) 700 kilobytes c.) 700 megabytes d.) 700 terabytes 33.) The capacity of 5 1⁄4-inch HD (high density) floppy disk is a.) 1.2 gigabytes b.) 1.2 kilobytes c.) 1.2 megabytes d.) 1.2 terabytes 34.) The capacity of 3 1⁄2-inch HD (high density) floppy disk is a.) 1.44 gigabytes b.) 1.44 kilobytes c.) 1.44 megabytes d.) 1.44 terabytes 35.) Which of the following connectors for keyboard and mouse? a.) PS/2 or round serial b.) Parallel port c.) RJ45 d.) Power plug 36.) It is when a data is entered into a computer. a.) Input b.) Process c.) Output 37.) It is when the result is processed. a.) Input b.) Process c.) Output d.) Storage d.) Storage

38.) It is an area where computer can hold data and information for future use. a.) Input b.) Process c.) Output d.) Storage 39.) Which of the following CPU Register Memory can be used by the arithmetic-logic unit for arithmetic and logic operations, and by the memory buffer register (MBR), usually all results generated by the arithmetic logic unit end up in the accumulator? a.) Instruction Register (IR) b.) Accumulator Register (AR) b.) Memory Address Register (MAR) d.) Memory Buffer Register (MBR) 40.) Which of the following CPU Register Memory specifies the address in memory where information can be found and can be also used to point to a memory location where information is to be stored? a.) Instruction Register (IR) b.) Accumulator Register (AR) b.) Memory Address Register (MAR) d.) Memory Buffer Register (MBR) 41.) Which of the following CPU Register Memory act as an interface between the central processing unit and memory, and when the control unit receives the

appropriate signal, the memory location stored in the memory address register is used to copy data from or to the memory buffer registers? a.) Instruction Register (IR) b.) Accumulator Register (AR) b.) Memory Address Register (MAR) d.) Memory Buffer Register (MBR) 42.) Which of the following CPU Register Memory holds the contents of the last instruction fetched and this instruction is now ready to be executed and is accessed by the control unit? a.) Instruction Register (IR) b.) Accumulator Register (AR) b.) Memory Address Register (MAR) d.) Memory Buffer Register (MBR) 43.) Which of the following is considered as the largest among the computers in use today? a.) Mainframe computer b.) Personal computer b.) Super computer d.) Walking computer 44.) Who invent the Electronic Discrete Variable Automatic Computer? a.) John von Neumann b.) John Presper Eckert b.) Howard H. Aiken d.) Herman Hollerith 45.) Who invent the Analytical Engine and first general-purpose digital computer? a.) John von Neumann b.) John Presper Eckert b.) Howard H. Aiken d.) Charles Babbage 46.) Which of the following input device for pointing that enables the user to interact with the computer by touching the screen? a.) Touch Screen b.) Bar Code Reader c.) Scanner d.) Track Ball 47.) Any type of storage that is used for holding information between steps in its processing is _______ a.) CPU b.) Primary storage c.) Intermediate storage d.) Internal storage 48.) Which device of computer operation dispenses with the use of the keyboard? a.) Joystick b.) Light pen c.) Mouse d.) Touch 49.) ASCII stands for a) American Standard Code for Information Interchange b) American Stable Code for International Interchange c) American Standard Code for Interchange Information d) American Standard Case for Institutional Interchange 50.) A computer programmer a) Can enter input data quickly b) Can operate all types of computer equipments c) Does all the thinking for a computer d) Can draw only flowchart **********************************

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Prepared by: MELJUN P. CORTES CS Instructor Checked by: Ms. Arlene C. Valderama Department Chairwoman Dr. Milani Austria Dean of Computer Studies

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