**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 )