Chapter No. 4Complete Chapter TestComputer 8

Chapter No.4 Test 5

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Q1. Circle the correct answer.  (10)

1.The stage of problem solving where we decide input to get desired output is called:
a) Display of data                 b) Problem identification               c) Processing               d) Specify requirements
2.For decision in a flow chart we use the symbol:
a) START            b) END           c)          d) 
3.For flow line a in a flow chart we use the symbol:
a) START            b) END           c)          d) 
4.From a process symbol the number of flow lines that come out should be:
a) one              b) two               c) three              d) four
5.After designing our algorithm we verify it through:
a) Flow chart               b) Comparison             c) Processing              d) Desk Checking
6.In program development the flowchart acts as a:
a) computer                b) flow chart                c) guide               d) data
7.An algorithm must be:
a) clear               b) finite              c) effective                d) all of above
8.The simplest form of algorithm is:
a) complete form algorithm               b) step form algorithm              c) particular form algorithm             d) None
9.For some problems we do a lot of:
a) work              b) thinking             c) flow lines            d) processing
10.The symbol represents:
a) input                 b) processing               c) flow line              d) output

Q2. Write short answers to these questions: (15) 
1.Draw a flow chart to make tea.
2.Write are the elements of a problem statement.
3.Draw a flowchart to display the large one out of the two given inequal numbers.
4.Draw a flowchart to find the product of five given numbers.
5.Which questions should be answer by a good problem statement?

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