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MALASIQUI AGNO VALLEY COLLEGE

Bonifacio St., Malasiqui, Pangasinan

Achievement Test
Information and Communication Technology ( ICT 11-A)
1st Semester SY 2018-2019
Name: ____________________________________________________________________ Score: __________
Grade & Section: ___________________________________________________________ Date: ____________

Test I: Write T if the statement is correct, and write F if the statement is incorrect.

COMPUTER
________1. The keyboard is an output device.
________2. The printer is the “brain” of the computer.
________3. The computer mouse is an input device.
________4. The step by step instructions to solve a particular problem is called, Algorithm.
________5. 8 bits is equivalent to 1 Byte.
________6. We attach RJ-54 connectors to both ends of a patch cable.
________7. A patch cable is used to connect to a TV set.
________8. Google Chrome is an Operating System.
________9. Hardware is the tangible part of a computer system.
________10. A computer program is also known as software.
________11. We save our files on the hard disk.
________12. 10 is 0.
________13. A USB Thumb Drive is a storage medium.
________14. WiFi means Wireless Finality.
________15. Windows 10 is a type of Word Processor.
________16. Linux is a web browser.
________17. 1 Gigabyte is 1 Million bytes.
________18. 875,054,0020 + 2,6230 is 2.
________19. Python and Windows are examples of a web browser.
________20. 1 bit means 1 Binary Digit.
________21. RAM supplies power to the computer.
________22. Cat5e ethernet cable is used to connect the computer to the Internet.
________23. A Graphics Tablet is an output device.
________24. All computers have an Operating System.
________25. ICT means Information and Communication Technology.

ELECTRONICS
________1. Voltage is equal to Current multiplied by Resistance.
________2. Voltage is represented by the letter R.
________3. Current is expressed in Ohms.
________4. V represents Current.
________5. R is expressed in Amperes.
________6. Voltage increases as current increases.
________7. Current increases as resistance decreases.
________8. Voltage is measured in Amperes.
________9. R represents resistance.
________10. Voltage is measured in Ohms.
________11. The greater the current, the greater the voltage.
________12. 1,000,000 ohms is equivalent to 1MΩ.
________13. Current is measured in Volts.
________14. The greater the resistance, the lesser the current.
________15. A resistor opposes the flow of current..
________16. Current is the flow of electrons.
________17. The formula for Lenz’s Law is V = IR.
________18. Voltage is expressed in Watts.
________19. The greater the resistance, the greater the voltage.
________20. 1,000V is equivalent to 1Kilohm.
________21. The unit for resistance is V.
________22. Electron flow is measured in Amperes.
________23. The greater the voltage, the greater the current.
________24. The formula for Lenz’s Law is V/R = I..
________25. 1 Megohm is 1,000,000 ohms.

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HTML
________1. <p> - Paragraph begin tag.
________2. </b> - Body end tag.
________3. </html> - Html begin tag.
________4. <b> - Body end tag.
________5. </p> - Paragraph begin tag.

FLOWCHARTING
________1. The decision block is represented by Rhombus.
________2. The process block is represented by a rectangle.
________3. We use the oblong shape as a symbol for a Start Block.
________4. The arrow indicates the direction flow of a flowchart.
________5. A flowchart must start with a Start Block.

BINARY ARITHMETIC
________1. 1010b is equal to 3,540d
________2. 11b is equal to 33d
________3. 1b +1b = 10b
________4. 101b + 11b = 111b
________5. 10b = 2d

Test II: Draw the corresponding symbol for each of the following electronic devices.
________ 1. Resistor. _________________ 11. Wire.
________ 2. Electrolytic capacitor. _________________ 12. Coil (inductor).
________ 3. Transformer. _________________ 13. Non-polar capacitor.
________ 4. LED. _________________ 14. Air-core coil (inductor).
________ 5. Switch. _________________ 15. Electric bulb.
________ 6. Iron-core coil (inductor).
________ 7. Battery.
________ 8. Diode.
________ 9. Ground.
________ 10. Transistor.
Test III: Identification

_________ 1. What is the color code for a 4.7 kΩ resistor with 5% tolerance?
_________ 2. What is the nominal resistance of a resistor with color code brown-green-black-silver?
_________ 3. What is the color code for a 560 kΩ resistor with 10% tolerance?
_________ 4. What is the nominal resistance of a resistor with color code orange-white-brown?
_________ 5. What is the color code for a 22 Ω resistor with 10% tolerance?
_________ 6. What is the color code for a 220 Ω resistor with 10% tolerance?
_________ 7. What is the color code for a 22 Ω resistor with 5% tolerance?
_________ 8. What is the color code for a 22 Ω resistor with 10% tolerance?
_________ 9. What is the color code for a 47 Ω resistor with 10% tolerance?
________ 10. What is the color code for a 470 Ω resistor with 5% tolerance?

IV: Describe the procedure of assembling a complete computer system ready for use. (10 points)

Prepared by: Checked by:

____________________ ________________________________________
Mr. Rustom Quesada Maria Theresa Charity De Guzman
ICT Teacher Junior High School Principal