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Jos Rizal University Final Examination ITC39201I/204I

First Semester 2012-2013 General Instructions: 1. Oct. 1-4, 2012 Monday-Thursday 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 on 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 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 2.) 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 3.) 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 b.) Random Access Memory c.) CPU Register d.) Cache Memory 4.) 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 b.) Random Access Memory c.) CPU Register d.) Cache Memory 5.) 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 b.) Random Access Memory c.) Secondary Memory d.) Cache Memory 6.) 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 b.) Random Access Memory c.) Virtual memory d.) Cache Memory 7.) 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) 8.) 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)

9.) 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) 10.) 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) 11.) 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 12.) Which part interprets program instructions and initiate control operations? a.) Input b.) Storage Unit c.) Logic Unit d.) Control Unit 13.) 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 14.) 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

15.) Convert this binary 110101111 into Hexadecimal. a.) 1AF b.) 16B c.) AB2 d.) BB2 16.) Convert this binary 111000011 into Octal. a.) 703 b.) 166 c.) 987 d.) 713 17.) Convert this binary 1110101 into decimal. a.) 117 b.) 106 c.) 108 d.) 713 18.) An electronic machine, operating under the control of instructions stored in its own memory. a.) Computer b.) Calculator c.) Typewriter d.) Oven Toaster 19.) The electronic, tangible and mechanical equipment that makes up a computer. a.) Hardware b.) Software c.) Peopleware d.) Firmware 20.) The intangible or a series of instructions that tells the hardware how to perform tasks. a.) Hardware b.) Software c.) Peopleware d.) Firmware 21.) A temporary holding place for data and instructions. a.) Memory b.) Processor c.) Input Device d.) Output Device 22.) Any hardware component that can convey information to a user. a.) Memory b.) Processor c.) Input Device d.) Output Device 23.) Any hardware component that allows a user to enter data and instructions into a computer. a.) Memory b.) Processor c.) Input Device d.) Output Device 24.) Holds data, instructions, and information for future use. a.) Memory Device b.) Storage Device c.) Input Device d.) Output Device
25.) 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 26.) The capacity of CD-ROM/CD-R/CD-RW disk is

a.) c.)

700 gigabytes 700 megabytes

b.) d.)

700 kilobytes 700 terabytes

27.) The capacity of 5 14-inch HD (high density) floppy disk is a.) 1.2 gigabytes b.) 1.2 kilobytes c.) 1.2 megabytes d.) 1.2 terabytes 28.) The capacity of 3 12-inch HD (high density) floppy disk is a.) 1.44 gigabytes b.) 1.44 kilobytes c.) 1.44 megabytes d.) 1.44 terabytes

29.) Convert this hexadecimal 10AF into binary. a.) 0001000010101111 b.) 1111000010101111 0001000010101000 d.) 0001001110101111 30.) Convert this Hexadecimal ABC into decimal. a.) 2748 b.) 7106 c.) 2208 8813

c.) d.)

II. 31 to 50 (20 points/20 items)

Enumerate the Steps by Steps on How to Delete, Create, Format Partition and How to install the Windows XP operating system.
********************************** Prepared by: MELJUN P. CORTES CS Instructor Checked by: Ms. Arlene C. Valderama Department Chairwoman

Examination**********************************
Noted by: Dr. Milani Austria Dean of Computer Studies

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