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 10th Class: Chapter # 1 MCQ's (Complete) (IN ENGLISH) 1-3

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PostSubject: 10th Class: Chapter # 1 MCQ's (Complete) (IN ENGLISH) 1-3   Mon Sep 30, 2013 8:16 pm

1. To reach at a solution any number of decisions could have helped:

Multiple
Different
Similar
Unique

2. The problem solving process involves crucial steps:

Two
One
Five
Three

3. No of stages involved in program preparation are:

Two
Four
Eight
Six

4. Developing algorithm includes in program preparation stage:

Coding and Testing
Problem Identification
Implementing and Documenting
Planning

5. Problem identification in valves one the following:

Defining the problem
Running the program
Developing algorithm
Writing the program

6. Writing the algorithm in a simple language means writing:

Program
Pseudocode
Flow chart
Problem

7. Testing and removing errors in the program includes in program preparation stages:

Running the program
Testing and debugging the program
Debugging the program
Testing the program

8. Problem identification stage is the stage in program preparation:

Fourth
First
Second
Third

9. Pictorial view of the algorithm means developing:

Flow chart
None
Procedure
Pseudocode

10. Area of a triangle can be found by:

Quadratic formula
Hero's formula
none
Pythagoras formula

2. The BASIC equivalent for the formula s(s-a)(s-b)(s-c) is:

SQRT(s *(s-a) *(s-b) *(s-
SQR(s-a) *(s-b) *(s-c)
SQR(s *(s-a) *(s-b) *(s-c))
s *(s-a) *(s-b) *(s-c)

3. The flow of control between various symbols in a flow chart is represented by:

An oval shape
An arrow head
A diamond symbol
A rectangular block

4. The decision box has at least exits:

One
Four
Two
Three

5. Input/output in a flow chart symbol are placed in a:

Parallelogram
rectangular block
Square block
Circle

6. The formula for speed is:

Distance + Time
Distance * Time
Distance/Time
None of these

7. The formula for finding the average of three numbers is:

A+B+C/3
A + B * C/3
(A *B *C)/3
(A+B+C)/3

8. A computer can not detect errors:

Logical error
Execution
Syntax
None

9. Name the error which you think to exist in the formula c = c * d/c:

Execution
Syntax
Logical
None

10. Matching Items: Match the correct item.......... Implementation stage

Syntax
Final stage
Step by step procedure
Flow chart

11. Matching Items: Match the correct item.......... Defining problem

Step by step procedure
Problem Identification
Analysis of Problem
Flow chart

12. Matching Items: Match the correct item.......... ...Pictorial view of the algorithm

Flow chart
Developing an Algorithm
Analysis of Problem
Step by step procedure

13. Matching Items: Match the correct item.......... Algorithm

Developing an Algorithm
Step by step procedure
Defines the problem
Analysis of Problem

14. Matching Items: Match the correct item.......... The process of under standing problem

Developing an Algorithm
Hero's formula
Defines the problem
Analysis of Problem

15. Matching Items: Match the correct item.......... Planning

Hero's formula
Developing an Algorithm
Defines the problem
Decision box

16. Matching Items: Match the correct item.......... "To Prepare tea"

Hero's formula
Defines the problem
Decision box
Circle attatched with outward pointing arrow ( Draw it )

17. Matching Items: Match the correct item.......... A=v s(s-a)(s-b)(s-c)

Decision box
Rectangle (draw it )
Hero's formula
Circle attatched with outward pointing arrow ( Draw it )

18. Matching Items: Match the correct item.......... There are at least two exits

Decision box
Circle attatched with outward pointing arrow ( Draw it )
Pseudocode
Rectangle (draw it )
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