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PostSubject: MCQ's Patterns    Sat Sep 28, 2013 12:33 pm

Q.1 Circle the correct option i.e. A/B/C/D. Each part carries one mark.

1. Binary coded decimal (BCD) expresses each decimal digit as:
   A. binary digit      
 B. byte        
C. nibble          
D. word

2. The number 1000 comes immediately after:
   A. 900                  
B. FFF          
C. 887            
D. 499

3. The radix of a computerized version of the number (+0.66 E - 4)
   A. 2                    
B. 4              
C. 6                
D. 8

4. The number of possible combinations in a 7-bit code are:
   A. 49                    
B. 64            
C. 128            
D. 256

5. Which of the following is a 16 bit code?
   A. BCD                  
B. Unicode    
C. ASCII          
D. EBCDIC

6. Data is a collection of_____________.
   A. primary information  
B. raw facts  
C. secondary information    
D. information

7. Data becomes information when _____________ properly.
   A. unarranged        
B.  verified      
C. arranged    
D. None

8. Which of the following is a 16 bit code?
   A. ACD                
B. ASCII          
C. EBCDIC      
D. UNICODE

9. Octal equivalent of binary number 1100010 is __________.
   A. 142                  
B. 124              
C. 125            
D. 143

10. 2's complement of binary number 1100010 is ___________.
   A. 1100011            
B. 101011          
C. 0011011    
D. 0011110

11. In floating point representation, mantises is kept less than _________.
   A. 2                    
B. 1                  
C. 4            
D. 3

12. ASCII stands for ____________.
   A. American Special Code for Information Interchange.
   B. American Super Code for Information Interchange.
   C. American Standard Code for Information Interchange.
   D. American Superior Code for Information Interchange.
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