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1:         A computer is an

(a) Electric device      

(b) Electronic device

(c) Electrostatic device          

(d) Electromagnetic device

2:         History of computer starts with

(a) Napier’s Bones     

(b) Abacus

(c) Difference Engine

(d) Analytical Engine

3:         Computer applications are

(a) Landing AIR planes

(b) Banking transactions

(c) Print of books       

(d) All

4: Difference Engine was developed by.

(a) Blasé Pascal         

(b) Charles Babbage

(c) Herman Hollerith  

(d) Napier’s Bone

5:         History of computers starts about

(a) 2000 years ago     

(b) 3000 years ago

(c) 4000 years ago     

(d) 5000 years, ago

6:         Computer processes data and converts it into

(a) Theory      

(b) Information

(c) Hypothesis

(d) Observation

7:          Napier’s Bones and the slide rule were developed in.

(a) 17th Century       

(b) 16th Century

(c) 18th Century         

(d) 19th Century

8:         Punch cards developed b

(a) Joseph Jacquard  

(b) Howard H-Aiken

(c) Gottfrid     

(d)Herman Hollerith

9:        The slide rule was used till the middle of

(a) 50’s           

(b) 60’s

(c) 70’s    

(d) 80’s

10:      John Napier, Created Napier’s Bones by using                     

(a) Bones       

(b) Iron

(c) Rods        

(d) Wires

11:       Pascal’s Pascaline calculator had a system of                     

(a) Gears       

(b) Rods         

(c) Slides        

(d) Bones

12:       A German Mathematician, among the following, produced a machine similar to Pascal’s.

(a) Von Leibniz         

(b) Charlas Babbage

(c) John Napier          

(d)Herman Hollerith

13:        Give the idea of Analytical Engine.

(a) Blaise Pascal

(b) Charles Babbage

(c) Herman Hollerth

(d) Napier’s Bone

14:    vvENIAC was developed by.

(a) Howard H. Akin    

(b) John Mauchly and J.P Eckert     

(c) Charles Babbage  

(d) None         

15:       Herman Hollerith developed

(a) Difference Engine

(b) Analytical Engine

(c) Punched card tabulator 

(d) ENIAC      

16:       Babbage called his idea an

(a) Analytical Engine  

(b) Electrical engine

(c) Electronic Engine 

(d) Abacus     

17:       First electro-mechanical punched card tabulator was evolved in     

(a) 1822          

(b) 1833          

(c) 1890          

(d) 1942

18:       Difference Engine was developed in.

(a) 1723          

(b) 1833          

(c) 1823          

(d) 1822

19:       Analytical engines were developed by.         

(a) John Mauchly       

(b) Blaise Pascal        

(c) John Neumann     

(d) None

20:       The first commercial computer was. 


(b) Mark- 1     

(c) Abacus     


21:       Which were the first commercially available computers?    

(a) EDVAC     


(c) UNIVAC   

(d) Both a & c

22:       In early 1950’s which inventions among the following changed the image of the computer field

(a) Magnetic core memories, transistor circuit Elements

(b) ICS, magnetic core memories     

(c) Transistors, ICS

(d) Transistors, EDVAC 


23:       From the 1950’s to 1960’s, computers were used in which fields?

(a) Accounting

(b) Payroll

(c) Inventory control  

(d) All of these          

24:       VLSI stands for          

(a) very low scale integration 

(b) very large central integration

(c) very low central Integration          

(d) very large scale integration

25:       PCs were introduced in

(a) 1960’s       

(b) 1970’s       

(c) 1980’s       

(d) 1990’s

26:       Advancement in technologies continue to produce computers which are

(a) Cheaper    

(b) Faster       

(c) Accurate   

(d) All of these

27:       There are generations of computers.

(a) Four          

(b) Five          

(c) Six

(d) Three

28:       First Generation of computers used.

(a) Transistors

(b) Vacuum Tubes   

(c) ICs

(d) Processor

29:       ENIAC, EDVAC and UNIVAC-I were the generation computers.    

(a) First          

(b) Second     

(c) Third         

(d) Fourth

30:       Were used in 2nd generation computers.      

(a) Transistors         

(b) Vacuum Tubes     

(c) ICs

(d) Processor

31:       IBM 1400 were the generation computers.   

(a) First           

(b) Second     

(c) Third         

(d) Fourth

32:       The third generation of computers used.       

(a) ICs

(b) Microchip  

(c) Vacuum Tube       

(d) Processor

33:       IBM system/360 series were the generation computers.

(a) First           

(b) Second     

(c) Third         

(d) Fourth

34:       Microprocessors were used in generation computers.

(a) 4th

(b) 2nd

(c) 3rd

(d) 1st

35:       Microcomputers belong to the generation of computers.     

(a) 4th

(b) 2nd

(c) 3rd

(d) 1st

36:       Computer can be into types  

(a) Two           

(b) Three       

(c) Four          

(d) One

37:       Hybrid computers are a mixture of computers.        

(a) Digital        

(b) Analog      

(c) Both a & b           

(d) None

38:       Digital computers can be classified into types.         

(a) Three        

(b) Two           

(c) Four          

(d) One

39:       Computers represent physical quantities like speed, weight.

(a) Digital        

(b) Analog      

(c) Hybrid       

(d) All

40:       Are the first computers being developed?     

(a) Analog     

(b) Digital        

(c) Hybrid       

(d) None

41:       Analog clock, Analog Thermometer are the examples of which computer among the following .  

(a) Digital        

(b) Analog     

(c) Hybrid       

(d) Super

42:       The computer languages that are close to machine language are called.

(a) Low Level Language      

(b) High Level Language

(c ) Assembly Language        

(d) Medium level      


43:       Fortran stands for.

(a) Formula Translation      

(b) Formula Technique

(c ) Both a & b

(d) None         

44:       LISP language is widely used for work.

(a) Al  

(b) System programming

(c) Application Programming 

(d) All  

45:       FORTRAN was developed in.

(a) 1945          

(b) 1957          

(c) 1960          

(d) 1967

46:       C language is developed early.

(a) 1950’s       

(b) 1960’s       

(c) 1970’s       

(d) 1980’s

47:       Assembler is used to convert language programs into machine Language.

(a) Assembly

(b) HLL           

(c) Pascal       

(d) LLL

48:       A computer cannot directly understand level language.       

(a) Low           

(b) High         

(c) Middle       

(d) None

49:       Compiler is used to transform level language source code into machine language.

(a) Low

(b) High

(c) Middle

(d) None

50:      Interpreter is used to convert high-level language programs into language.

(a) Machine   

(b) High          

(c) Middle       

(d) None