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1).

EBCDIC stands for ____


A) Extended binary coded decimal Interchange code
B) Extended binary coded decimal Information code
C) Extended binary coded data Interchange code
D) External binary coded decimal Interchange code
E) None of the Above

2). CAD stands for ____


A) Computer Aided Design
B) Computer Application Design
C) Computer Aided Device
D) Combined Aided Design
E) None of the Above

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SNA stands for ____


A) System Network Architecture
B) System Network Application
C) System Network Adapter
D) Simple Network Architecture
E) None of the Above

4). OA stands for ____


A) Office Automation
B) Official Automation
C) Official Assistant
D) Online automation
E) None of the Above

5).

MICR stands for ____


A) Magnetic Ink Character Recorder

B) Magnetic Ink Character Reader


C) Modern Ink Character Reader
D) Magic Ink Character Reader
E) None of the Above

6).

IR stands for ____


A) Incremental Record
B) Internet Record
C) Input Recovery
D) Intellectual Rights
E) None of the Above

7).

IDE stands for ____


A) Integrate Disk Error
B) Input Data Error
C) Integrated Development Environment
D) Integrated Disk Environment
E) None of the Above

8).

FAX stands for ____


A) Function Application Xerox
B) Fast Access Xerox
C) Function Application Extended
D) Facsimile
E) None of the Above

9).

FAST stands for ____


A) Federation against software teaching
B) Formula against software theft

C) Federation against system theft


D) Federation against software theft
E) None of the Above

10).

CBT stands for ____


A) Certificate Based Test
B) Computer Based Test
C) Computer Based Training
D) Certificate Based Training
E) None of the Above

11).

BIOS stand for ____


A) Basic Input Output System
B) Basic Input and Output Services
C) Best Input Output Service
D) Better Input Output System
E) None of the Above

12).

ATM stands for ____


A) Automatic Tell Machine
B) Automated Teller Machine
C) Automatic Teller Machine
D) Automated Transfer Machine
E) None of the Above

13).

OCR stands for ____


A) Optical Character Recorder
B) Optical Character Recognition
C) Online Character Recognition

D) Optical Character Reader


E) None of the Above

14). WAIS stands for ____


A) Wide Area Information System
B) Wide Area Internet Service
C) Wide Area Intranet Service
D) Wide Area Information Service
E) None of the Above

15).

IP stands for ____


A) Internet Provider
B) Interface Protocol
C) Internet Protocol
D) Internet Program
E) None of the Above

16).

FPI stands for ____


A) Faults per Inch
B) Frames per Inch
C) Fix per Inch
D) Film per Inch
E) None of the Abov

17).

TCP stands for ____


A) Transfer Control Protocol
B) Transmission Control Protocol
C) Transmission Control Program
D) Transmission Control Process
E) None of the Above

18).

ISDN stands for ____


A) Integrated Services Double Network
B) Integrated System Digital Network
C) Integrated Services Digital Network
D) Isolated System Digital Network
E) None of the Above

19).

PCI stands for ____


A) Peripheral Combined Interconnect
B) Peripheral Component Interconnect
C) Positive Component Interconnect
D) Peripheral Control Interconnect
E) None of these

20).

HDD stands for ____


A) Hard Disk Design
B) Hard Double Drive
C) Hard Disk Drive
D) Hardware Disk Design
E) None of these

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1. When we open an Internet site we see www. What is the full form of www?
A) World Wide Woke up
C) World Wide Works

B) World Wide Web


D) World Wide Spiderman Web

Ans: B
2. IT stands for ____
A) Integrated Technology

B) Interesting Technology

C) Information Technology

D) Intelligent Technology

Ans: C
3. What is the full form of KS related to computer?
A) Key Block

B) Kernel Boot

C) Kilo Byte

D) Kit Bit

Ans: C
4. CPU stands for ____
A) CD-run on memory
C) Call power up

B) Central Processing unit


D) Create programs user

Ans: B
5. POST stands for ____
A) Power On Self Test

B) Program On Self Test

C) Power On System Test

D) Program On System Test

Ans: A
6. ASCII stands for ____
A) American Special Computer for Information Interaction
B) American Standard Computer for Information Interchange
C) American Special Code for Information Interchange
D) American Standard Code for Information Interchange
Ans: D
7. CRT stands for ____
A) Cathod Ray Tube
C) Computer Ray Tube

B) Cascade Ray Tube


D) Circular Roll Twist

Ans: A
8. What is the GUI Full form?
A) Graphical Union Interface
C) Graphical User Interface

B) Global User Interface


D) Graphical User Identity

Ans: C
9. HD DVD stands for____
A) Heavy Definition DVD
C) High Disk DVD

B) High Definition DVD


D) High level Definition DVD

Ans: B
10. JVM stands for ____
A) Joint Virtual Machine

B) Java Variety Machine

C) Java Virtual Message

D) Java Virtual Machine

Ans: D

1. The computer can read but not change the information stored in:
ROM.
RAM.
KRAM.
non of the above.

2. Technician A says that a digital signal is either on or off. Technician B says that
an analog signal changes proportionally to the quantity measured. Who is correct?
Technician A only.
Technician B only.
Both Technician A and B.
Neither Technician A nor B.

3. RAM is short for:


random only memory.
read only memory.
random access memory.
Reverse bias amp motor.

4. The binary system used by a digital computer consists of:


10 numbers.
5 numbers.
2 numbers.
1 number.

5. The frequency of an AC signal is determined by the:


peak value of the sine wave.
number of cycles per unit of time.
amplitude of the signal being generated.
all of the above.

6. The simplest digital sensor is a:


relay.
switch.
a/c generator.
solenoid.

7. One cycle per __________ equals one hertz:


second.
minute.
revolution.
any of the above.

8. An analog signal
is either on or off.
is either a 1 or a 0.
is a varying voltage.
any of the above.

9. Which of the following memory circuits is used to store trouble codes and other
temporary information?
read only memory.
programmed read only memory.
random access memory.
any of the above.

10. Computers rely on ____________ for their input signals:


solenoids.
sensors.
actuators.
all of the above.

11. Digital Signals are:


used to control outputs.
either full voltage (on) or zero voltage (off).
square waveforms.
All of the above.

12. The volatile RAM provides for:


specific vehicle operating programs.
the removal of the ROM.
a memory scratch pad for diagnostic capabilities.
all of the above.

13. Technician A says that analog input data must be digitized by an A/D
converter. Technician B says that output data must be changed to analog signals
by a D/A converter. Who is correct?
Technician A.
Technician B.
Both technicians A and B.
Neither technicians A or B.

14. Technician A says that the computer can read but not change the information
stored in RAM. Technician B says that the computer can read and change the
information stored in ROM. Who is correct?
Technician A.
Technician B.
Both technicians A and B.
Neither technicians A or B.

15. A sensor that informs a body computer about temperature, such as an ambient
air temperature sensor for A/C is a:
potentiometer.
hall-effect switch.
thermistor.
thermodiode.

16. A sensor that provides information about position, such as a power seat
sensor:
potentiometer.
hall-effect switch.
thermistor.
thermodiode.

17. A sensor that provides information about speed, such as a wheel speed sensor:
galvanic battery.
voltage divider circuit.
variable resistor.
Magnetic pulse generator.

18. Computer outputs control which of the following devices:


sensors, motors, and relays.
motors, variable resistors, solenoids.
motors, lamps, relay, and solenoids.
relays, lamps, motors, and pulse generators.

19. The "air bag" light turns on and goes off 1 hour:
this is an intermittent fault.
is fault is retained in memory.
both a and b.
neither a nor b.

20. Some computers sends a Pulse Width Modulation (Duty Cycle) signal to control
the cooling fan. This signal is a:
varying an analog signal high and then low.
D.C. signal that is varying the percent of 'ON' time.
constant 12 volt .
both a and c.

21. Closed loop operation in a fuel injection system is based on:


oxygen content of exhaust gases.
volume of intake air.
fuel pressure.
none of the above.

22. The TPS (Throttle Position Sensor) input is used to do all of the following,
except
indicate the rate of acceleration.
indicate the rate of deceleration.
alter the spark advance curve.
determine idle speed RPM.

23. During wide-open-throttle, the PCM (Engine Computer) reverts to:


closed loop, rich mixture.
closed loop, lean mixture.
open loop with a fixed lean mixture.
open loop, rich mixture.

24. Which of the following sensors is used to measure engine temperature?


Coolant sensor.
Manifold absolute pressure sensor.
Throttle position sensor.
Air Temperature sensor.

25. A bad coolant temperature sensor will


always set a code.
always prevent the car from starting.
can cause driveability and gas mileage problems.
all of the above.

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1.
What are the two steps in starting a computer?
A.
Pressing CTRL+ALT+DEL
B.

Using the mouse to select "Start"


C.

Pressing the power buttons on both the computer and the monitor
D.

Double-clicking the Internet Explorer icon

2.

What does this button do?


A.
Minimizes the window.

B.

Opens a new window.


C.

Checks your e-mail.


D.

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Closes a window.

3.
What are some common uses for a computer?
A.
Using the Internet to search
B.

Writing letters in Microsoft Word


C.

Keeping track of finances in Microsoft Excel


D.

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E-mail

E.

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All of the above

4.

What are these pictures called?


A.
Cursors
B.

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Icons

C.

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Windows
o

D.

Favorites

5.
Which mouse button do you use more often?
A.
Left
B.

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Right

C.

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Neither

6.
Which of these are examples of seach engines?
A.
Word and Excel
B.

Internet Explorer and Firefox


C.

Yahoo! and Google


D.

Word and PowerPoint

7.

What is this called?


A.
Address bar
B.

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Search box

C.

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Internet Explorer

D.

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Favorites

8.
What application allows you to gain access to the world wide web?
A.
Internet Explorer
B.

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Microsoft Word

C.

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Paint

D.

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My Computer

9.
To copy text, you
A.

Highlight the text, right-click, and select 'copy '


B.

Highlight the text, go to file, and select ' copy '


C.

Highlight the text and press CTRL+C


D.

All of the above are correct

10.
How do you properly turn off a computer?
A.
Press the power button on both te computer and the monitor

B.
Close all of the windows and it will shut down automatically

C.
Press CTRL+ALT+DEL and select "login"

D.
From the Start menu, select shut down and press the power button on monitor