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1 Sebat High Schools Computer Lesson Test I August ) From the desktop, you can start applications from? a) the start button b) shortcut icons 11) Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer are examples of: c) links d) both a and b a) search engines b) internet browsers e) both a and c c) operating systems d) chat rooms 2) The hard drive is represented by which letter? a) a: b) b: c) c: d) d: 3) The copy command saves to: a) the desktop b) the clipboard c) microsoft word d) paste 4) What part of the computer saves files permanently? a) a: drive b) mother board c) hard drive d) ram memory 5) What is the main processing component of the computer? a) cpu b) mother board c) console d) sound card 6) What part of the computer provides temporary storage of files?? a) ram memory b) mother board c) cpu d) hard drive 7) Removable disks are often called: a) hard drives b) floppies c) ram drives d) soft drives 8) Windows 95 and Windows 98 are known as: a) processors b) domain names c) operating systems d) modems 9) The case or outer shell of the computer is the: a) hard drive b) floppy drive c) disk d) consule 10) Data on a computer is measured in bits. Which shows the smallest measurement to the largest measurement? a) 1, 2, 3 b) centimeter, millimeter, meter c) gigabyte, megabyte, bit d) bit, byte, megabyte 12) An example of a local area network would be: a) the WWW b) lan c) a computer lab d) wan 13) If you needed to write a paper about Italy, you would use a: a) word processor program b) spreadsheet program c) database program d) draw program 14) A uniform resource locator is a: a) browser b) web address c) address d) chat room 15) Yahoo, Altavista and Excite are examples of: a) browsers b) web sites c) search engines d) computers 16) The domain name.gov stands for web addresses assigned to: a) non-profit organization b) educational institutes c) community d) the federal government 17) The domain name.edu stands for web addresses assigned to: a) non-profit organization b) educational institutes c) community d) the federal government 18) A table of values arranged in rows and columns: a) database b) spreadsheet c) word processor d) table 19) A computer network that spans a relatively large geographic area: a) lan b) the WWW c) a computer lab d) wan

2 20) An organized list of instructions that, when executed, causes the computer to behave in a predetermined manner: a) graphics b) programs c) computer viruses d) database 21) The transmission of messages over communications networks: a) electric mail b) snail mail c) electronic mail d) e-greetings 22) A program or code that is loaded onto your computer without your knowledge and runs against your wishes: a) graphics b) programs c) computer viruses d) database 23) The floppy drive is represented by which letter? a) a: b) b: c) c: d) d: 24) The restore button: a) deletes the window b) sends window to bottom task bar c) closes window d) re-sizes window 25) The minimize button: a) deletes the window b) sends window to bottom task bar c) closes window d) re-sizes window 26) Which port would you use to connect a printer? a) serial port b) ps2 port c) parallel port d) airport 27) Which piece do you need to connect to a network? a) mother board b) sound card c) greeting card d) network card 28) mbps means: a) miles per hour b) mother, brother, papa, sister c) megabytes per second d) how quickly is sent 29) Click and drag means: a) click mouse button and slide over selected area b) click mouse button and release c) double click d) click right mouse button 30) To open an existing file: a) edit, open b) file, save c) file, open d) file, save as 31) The physical equipment in a computer system: keyboard, disk drive, printer, monitor, etc. is the. a) softdrive b) hardware c) computer d) software e) harddrive 32) The smallest amount of information known is. a) bit b) tiny c) file d) dpi e) mhz 33) A collection of related information sorted and dealt with as a unit is a. a) disk b) data c) file d) bit e) mhz 34) An error is also known as what? a) debugging b) bug c) cursor d) file e) folder 35) is the device that reads and records information on disks. a) file b) disk drive c) hard drive d) hardware e) software 36) Information of any kind or a collection of facts is also called. a) data b) disk c) facts d) floppy e) harddisk 37) A unit of storage in a computer is also equal to eight bits and is known as a. a) bits b) data c) byte d) kilobyte e) disk 38) A flat metallic disk that contains a large amount of permanently stored information read optically is called a.

3 a) CD-ROM b) CD-Player c) Frisbee d) floppy e) harddisk 39) The blinking symbol on the computer screen is called the. a) mouse b) hand c) cursor d) space e) key 40) The heart of the computer where the instructions are carried out and the overall activity is controlled is called the. a) CPU, Central Processing Unit b) CSU, Central Smelling Unit c) USC, Unit of sesory control d) RAM Random access memory e) IBM International business machines 41) is a machine that takes data in the form of numbers, words, or symbols, and performs operations according to the directions given. a) taskbars b) computer c) hard drive d) floppy cover e) screen 42) Data that is organized is called. a) input b) information c) spreadsheets d) bit e) output 43) A computerized system used to sort, edit, duplicate, and transmit documents (letters, reports, etc.) is called. a) spreadsheet b) database c) word processor d) animator e) presentation 44) Another word for a computer program is. a) hardware b) software c) games d) word processor e) database 45) Data going into the computer is called. a) input b) mouse c) details. d) output e) keyboard 46) The TV screen connected to a computer; also called CRT (cathode ray tube), a screen or a video display terminal is also known as. a) TV set b) monitor c) motherboard d) LCD e) RAM ROM 47) A set of instructions telling the computer what to do is called. a) Windows b) mentor c) program d) software e) hardware 48) is a device that makes computer output visible on paper. a) modem b) printer c) peripherals d) monitor e) scanner 49) A small, hand-held device with rollers on its base which, when rolled across a flat surface, controls the cursor on the screen is called. a) mouse b) joystick c) disney d) keyboard e) scanner 50) A collection of programs that controls how your computer system runs and processes information is called. a) operating systems b) computer c) office d) word processor e) spreadsheet 51) Data or information coming out of the computer is called. a) post data b) output c) details d) scanner e) keyboard 52) are any accessories that can be connected to the computer, such as a printer, joystick, disk drive, modem, scanner, zip drive, CD-ROM, tape drive backup. a) peripherals b) donald duck c) Myrio Toomer 53) When shutting down a computer you should first. a) turn off the monitor b) close all programs

4 c) shut off the hard drive 54) After all programs are closed, you should go to to shut down the computer. a) finish b) recycling bin c) start 55) After the hard drive shuts down, you need to turn off the. a) Internet b) disk drive c) monitor 56) are the graphic shortcuts to programs. a) desktop icons b) shortcuts c) pointer 57) The is controlled by the mouse and gives commands to the computer. a) pointer b) mouse c) cursor 58) allows you to scroll vertically or horizontally on a screen. a) mouse b) scroll bar c) cursor 59) The shows which programs are open. a) Desktop Bar b) Title bar c) Taskbar 60) The tells you the option within a program. a) Menu Bar b) Tool Bar c) Task Bar d) Scroll Bar e) Tab key 61) Pressing and releasing the mouse button is called: a) pointing b) clicking c) dragging d) highlighting e) cutting 62) Choices such as saving printing, copying and pasting are found here: a) scroll boxes b) disk drives c) size boxes d) menus e) RAM 63) To view part of the screen that is not currently visible you must: a) search b) click c) scroll d) spell check e) wordwrap 64) Removing a word, sentence or block of text is called: a) searching b) deleting c) copying & pasting d) formatting e) spelling 65) The Primary Storage of a computer's memory (temporary): a) ROM b) RAM c) Clip Art d) Floppy Disk e) Graphics 66) Adding elements of style to a word processing doc. is called: a) formatting b) deleting c) copying & pasting d) storage e) pixels 67) The smallest picture element in a graphics doc: a) field b) file c) pixel d) vector e) data 68) A program which allows you create to artwork or drawings: a) database b) spreadsheet c) graphics d) telecommunications e) word processor 69) You would use this feature to locate a student in a database: a) copy & paste b) cut & paste c) search or find d) find & replace e) duplicate 70) A group of fields, records and entries in a database: a) graphics b) file c) spreadsheet d) cell e) document 71) Software used to manipulate and store large amounts of data: a) database b) spreadsheet c) graphics tablet d) spell checker e) computer 72) To arrange fields in a specified order in a database: a) search b) find c) match d) sort e) delete

5 73) In a spreadsheet, C4 or F9 are called: a) addresses b) grids c) templates d) rows e) columns 74) A horizontal section of a spreadsheet: a) row b) column c) grid d) active cell e) field 75) A vertical section of a spreadsheet: a) row b) column c) grid d) active cell e) field 76) A mathematical equation in a spreadsheet: a) label b) value c) formula d) cell e) grid 77) Where a row and column cross in a matrix... this is formed: a) address b) field c) cell d) value e) formula 78) A formula in a spreasheet begins with this: a) parentheses b) a letter c) an address d) an equal sign e) a cell 79) Adding new information to a database is called: a) sorting b) deleting c) updating d) calculating e) searching 80) GUI: a) graphical user interface b) going online c) the smallest kind of computer d) a formula for calculating e) graphical upload interface 81) ROM: a) permanent memory b) a large mainframe c) the active cell d) temporary memory e) an impact printer 82) The personal computer that can fit on a desk: a) mainframe b) minicomputer c) microcomputer d) super computer e) CAD/CAM 83) The most powerful computer built at the present time: a) mainframe b) minicomputer c) microcomputer d) super computer e) CAD/CAM 84) Active text that takes you to another place when you click it: a) Hypermedia b) Hypertext c) Button d) HyperCard e) Scrolling fields 85) Where text appears in a HyperCard stack: a) button b) field c) graphic d) printer e) RAM 86) A hot spot on the screen in HyperCard: a) field b) graphic c) button d) formula e) animation 87) A collection of computer screens...like index cards: a) stack b) magazine c) hardcopy d) database e) field 88) The Arithmetic Logic Unit and Control Unit are the two parts of this: a) ROM b) RAM c) CPU d) ALU e) CAD 89) Input, Memory (Storage), Process, Output: a) 4 kinds of printers b) 4 jobs of computers c) software types d) kinds of microcomputers e) computer applications 90) This kind of printer is a non-impact printer: a) hard disk b) laser printer c) dot-matrix printer d) plotter e) ink jet printer 91) A computer's memory is measured this way: a) databytes b) binary c) kilobites d) digits e) baud rate

6 92) A device used to copy (digitize) pictures from books, photos, etc: a) printer b) chip c) scanner d) cursor e) plotter 93) Short for binary digit: a) bit b) byte c) K d) CPU e) Data 94) The actual physical pieces of the computer: a) software b) output devices c) hardware d) viruses e) 95) A program saved to a disk: a) b) software c) binary numbers d) input e) piracy 96) The insertion point (blinking line) on screen: a) hardware b) input device c) cursor d) field e) arrow keys 97) The speed at which signals are received by the modem: a) telecommuninications b) baudrate c) binary digits d) pixels e) graphics 98) Communicating electronically: a) telecommunications b) on-line c) piracy d) loading e) binary processing 99) The computer company created by Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs: a) IBM b) CDC c) Compaq d) Apple e) Digital 100) HTML: a) High Textual Mainframe Labels b) HyperCard Time Management Loading c) HyperText Markup Language d) Hypermedia TRansitional Lock e) High Resolution Managed Text 101) The selling of illegally copied software: a) uploading b) downloading c) on-line d) piracy e) ethics 102) A very small silicon wafer containing integrated circuits: a) ENIAC b) c) chip d) CAD/CAM e) hacker 103) The combination of text, graphics and sound: a) piracy b) binary number system c) abacus d) multimedia e) word wrap 104) The Father of Computing: a) Charles Babbage b) Joseph Jaquard c) Blaise Pascal d) Herman Hollerith e) the Ancient Chinese 105) The inventor of COBOL: a) Charles Babbage b) Blaise Pascal c) Grace Hopper d) H. Ross Perot e) Stephen Speilberg 106) He invented the mouse: a) Charles Babbage b) Joseph Jacquard c) Jack Kilby d) Steve Jobs e) Doug Englebardt 107) The first truly electronic computer: a) the Arithmetic Machine b) UNIVAC c) ENIAC d) Abacus e) Stepped Reckoner 108) To start up a computer: a) load b) boot c) execute d) save e) 109) A spreadsheet can be used to outcomes: a) create b) predict c) upload d) plot e) scan 110) A is the first page of a web site: a) Piracy warning page b) Home Page c) RAM page d) On-line page e) Button page 111) What does RAM stand for? a) Real Awesome Memory b) Read Access Memory c) Random Access Memory d) Read All Machines 112) What does ROM stand for?

7 a) Read Only Memory b) Real Old Memory c) Random Only Memory d) Real Old Machine 113) What does CPU stand for? a) Computer Parts Unlimited b) Central Pentium Unit c) Computer Processing Unit d) Central Processing Unit 114) Where might you find ROWS, Columns,and CELLS? a) Web Page b) Spreadsheet c) Database d) Word Processing 115) Where might you find HEADERS, FOOTERS and MARGINS? a) A soccer game b) Spreadsheet c) Database d) Word Processing 116) What are WINDOWS, OSx, and LINUX? a) Operating Systems b) Comic Strip Characters c) Processors d) Types of Memory 117) What does the term ISP stand for? a) Internal System Performance b) Internet Service Performance c) Internet Service Provider d) Internal Serice Performance 118) What does the term DPI stand for? a) DAC Plays Interactive b) Dots Per Inch c) Doctor s Programming Institute d) None of the above 119) CD, DVD, ZIP, HARD and FLOPPY are types of? a) Viruses b) Disks c) Software d) Computers 120) RISC, PENTIUM, AMD and CYRIX are all types of what? a) Processors b) Operating Systems c) Mother Boards d) Disk Drives 121) DOS ta bir dosyanın adını değiştirmek için hangi komut kullanılır? (If you want to give a new name to a file which DOS command would you use? ) A) FORMAT B) DEL C) COPY D) REN 122) DOS ta DIR komutu ne iş yapar? (What does DOS command DIR do? ) A) Dizin değiştirir.(changes the current directory) B) Dosya adı değiştirir (Renames a file) C) Dizin ve dosyaları listeler (Lists files and directories ) D) Dosyaları siler (Deletes files ) 123) Aşağıdakilerden hangisi bir programdır? (Which one of the followings is Software? ) a) Mouse b) Diskette c) DOS d) Keyboard 124) Aşağıdakilerden hangisi doğrudur? (Which expression is correct?) a) Hardware bilgisayarın fiziksel olarak görünen bölümüdür. (Hardware is the physical b) parts of a computer, the parts that you can see. ) c) Software bilgisayarın en yumşak bölümüdür. (Software is the softest part of a computer. ) d) Uygulama programları hardware in bir örneğidir.(application programs are a sample for hardware. ) e) Software (Yazılım) bilgisayarın görünen bölümüdür. (Software is the visible part of a computer. ) 125) Hangisi (Operating System) Sistem Programıdır? (Which is System Software? ) a) MS Word b) Windows 95 c) MS Excel d) WordPerfect 126) Hangisi yanlıştır? (Which expression is wrong? ) a) CPU bilgisayarın en önemli parçasıdır. (The most important piece of the computer is CPU.) b) AnaKart (MainBoard) diğer parçalrın üzerine takıldığı parçadır. (Motherboard is the

8 main circuit board that the other devices are attached on it. ) c) Harddisk ana saklama bölümüdür.(harddisk is the main storage unit. ) d) Bilgisayar Güç kaynağı olamadan çalışır.(a computer can work without a power supply. ) 127) Aşağıdakilerden hangisi Giriş Birimidir? (Which one is an input device? ) a) Keyboard b) Printer c) Monitor d) TV 128) Bilgisayarda bilgileri saklamada ölçü birimi nedir? (What is the unit of data storage? ) a) Kilogram b) Liter c) Byte d) Meter 129) 1440 Kilobytes equal to: a) 1,44 MB b) 720 MB c) MB d) 14,4 GB 130) Bilgisayar bağlantısında hangisi gerekli değildir? (Which one is not necessary for a PC communication? ) a) Modem b) (Bağlantı Programı) Communication software c) Telefon (A telephone line ) d) Kağıt ve kalem (A piece of paper and a pen ) 131) Internet için hangisi doğrudur? (Which one is correct for Internet? ) a) Internet binlerce bilgisayarın birbirine bağlanması ile oluşan bağlantıdır. (Internet is a communications system comprising thousands of computers linked together. ) b) Internet bir TV yayınıdır (Internet is for TV broadcasting. ) c) Internet küçük bir Network türüdür.(internet is a small kind of Network.) d) Internet bir oyun adıdır. (Internet is name of a PC game. ) 132) DOS ta dosyaların ve dizinlerin bulunduğu bölüme ne denir? (What are the folders that keep files and the other folders, called in DOS? ) a) Folder b) Frame c) File d) Directory 133) Aşağıdaki dosyanın yeri neresidir? (Which one is the correct location for the following file? ) a) D:\PROGRAMS\CONFIG.SYS b) In PROGRAMS directory in D drive c) In PROGRAMS file in D diskette d) In PROGRAMS folder in D root e) In PROGRAMS file cabinet in D drive 134) DOS ta DIR komutu ne iş yapar? (What does DOS command DIR do? ) a) Dizin değiştirir.(changes the current directory ) b) Dosya adı değiştirir (Renames a file) c) Dizin ve dosyaları listeler (Lists files and directories ) d) Dosyaları siler (Deletes files ) 135) DOS taki CD komutunun uzun şekli nasıldır? (What does DOS command CD stands for?) a) Change Directory b) Compact Disk c) Channel D d) Chip Diskette 136) DOS ta bir dosyanın adını değiştirmek için hangi komut kullanılır? (If you want to give a new name to a file which DOS command would you use? ) a) FORMAT b) DEL c) COPY d) REN 137) Hangisi doğru dosya adıdır? (Which is a valid DOS file name? ) a) MY NOTES.DOS b) REPORT.BK c) EASYDOSBOOK.DOC d) D*E*M.DOC 138) DIR *.DOC komutu ne iş yapar? (What does DIR *.DOC command mean?) a) DOC uzantılı bütün dosyaları listeler (List all files with DOC extension. ) b) Adı DOC olan bütün dosyaları listeler (List all files with DOC name. ) c) Bütün dosyaları listeler (List all files. ) d) Bu komut doğru değil (It is not a correct command. )

9 139) DIR LETTER.* komutu ne iş yapar? (What does DIR LETTER.* command mean? ) a) LETTER uzantılı bütün dosyaları listeler (List all files with LETTER extension. ) b) Adı LETTER olan bütün dosyaları listeler (List all files with LETTER name. ) c) Bütün dosyaları listeler (List all files. ) d) Bu komut doğru değil (It is not a correct command. ) 140) Eğer DIR MEMO?.* yazarsanız hangi dosyayı goremezsiniz? (If you type DIR MEMO?.*, which file you don t see? ) a) MEMO1.TXT b) MEMOM.DAT c) MEM.DOC d) MEMO2.COM 141) Eğer DIR S??????.EXE yazarsanız hangi dosyaları gorürsünüz? (If you type DIR S??????.EXE, which files can you see? ) a) EXE başlayanları (All files starting with EXE ) b) EXE ile bitenleri (All files ending with EXE ) c) S ile başlayan EXE leri (All EXE files starting with S ) d) S ile bitten EXE leri (All EXE files ending with S ) 142) Eğer DIR?.* yazarsanız hangi dosyayı görürsünüz? (If you type DIR?.*, which file can you see? ) a) COMMAND.COM b) COM.EXE c) CO.DOC d) C.DLL

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