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1.The number of digits in octal system is a.8 b.7 c.10 d. none 2..The number of digits in Hexadecimal system is a.

15 b.17 c.16 d. 8 3.The number of bits in a nibble is a.16 b.5 c.4 d.8 .The digit ! in Hexadecimal system is e"ui#alent to $$ in decimal system a.16 %symbols 0&9 to re'resent #alues (ero to nine) and A)B)C)D)E) b.15 c.17 !or exam'le) the hexadecimal number 2*!3 is e"ual) in decimal) to %2+163, %10+162, - %15+161, - %3+160,) or 10..5. d. 8 5./hich of the follo0ing binary numbers is e"ui#alent to decimal 10 a.1000 b.1100 c.1010 d.1001 6.The number !! in Hexadecimal system is e"ui#alent to $$ in decimal system a.256 b.255 c.2 0 d.23. 7.12 s are %*nalog 12 design is used in the design of o'3am's) linear regulators) 'hase loc4ed loo's) oscillators and acti#e filters., a. analog b. digital c. both analog and digital d. mostly analog 8.The rate of change of digital signals bet0een High and 5o0 5e#el is a. #ery fast

b. fast c. slo0 d. #ery slo0 .. 6igital circuits mostly use a. 6iodes b. 7i'olar transistors c. 6iode and 7i'olar transistors d. 7i'olar transistors and !8Ts 10.5ogic 'ulser a. generates short duration 'ulses b. generate long duration 'ulses c. generates long and short duration d. none of abo#e 11./hat is the out'ut state of an 9: gate if the in'uts are 0 and 1; a.0 b.1 c.3 d.2 12./hat is the out'ut state of an *<6 gate if the in'uts are 0 and 1; a.0 b.1 c.3 d.2 13.* <9T gate has= a. T0o in'uts and one out'ut b. 9ne in'ut and one out'ut c. 9ne in'ut and t0o out'uts d. none of abo#e 1 .*n 9: gate has= a. T0o in'uts and one out'ut b. 9ne in'ut and one out'ut c. 9ne in'ut and t0o out'uts d. none of abo#e 15.The out'ut of a logic gate can be one of t0o >>>>>; a. 1n'uts b. ?ates c.@tates d. none

16.5ogic states can only be >>> or 0. a. 3 b. 2 c.1 d.0 17.The out'ut of a >>>> gate is only 1 0hen all of its in'uts are 1 a. <9: b. A9: c. *<6 d. <9T 18.* <*<6 gate is e"ui#alent to an *<6 gate 'lus a =. gate 'ut together. a. <9: b. <9T c. A9: d. none 1..Half adder circuit is >>>>>>; a. Half of an *<6 gate b. * circuit to add t0o bits together c. Half of a <*<6 gate d. none of abo#e 20. <umbers are stored and transmitted inside a com'uter in a. binary form b. *@211 code form c. decimal form d. al'hanumeric form 21.The decimal number 127 may be re'resented by a. 1111 11117 b. 1000 00007 c. 88H d. 0111 1111 22.. * byte corres'onds to a. bits b. 8 bits c. 16 bits d. 32 bits 23.* gigabyte re'resents a.1 billion bytes b. 1000 4ilobytes

c. 230 bytes d. 102 bytes 2 . * megabyte re'resents a. 1 million bytes b. 1000 4ilobytes c. 220 bytes d. 102 bytes 25.. * Bb corres'onds to a. 102 bits b. 1000 bytes c.210 bytes d. 210 bits 26.* 'arity bit is a. used to indicate u''ercase letters b. used to detect errors c. is the first bit in a byte d. is the last bit in a byte 27. /hich of these de#ices are t0o state. a. lam' b. 'unched card c. magnetic ta'e d. all the abo#e The out'ut im'edance of of a logic 'ulser is a. lo0 b. high c. may be lo0 or high d. none of abo#e 28.The number of 586 dis'lay indicators in logic 'robe are a.1 b.2 c.1 or 2 d. 2..1n hexadecimal number system)* is e"ual to decimal number a.10 b.11 c.17 d.18

30.Hexadecimal number ! is e"ual to octal number a.15 b.16 c.17 d.18 31.Hexadecimal number 8 is e"ual to binary number a.1110 b.1101 c.1001 d.1111 32.7inary number 1101 is e"ual to octal number a.15 b.16 c.17 d.1 33.9ctal number 12 is e"ual to decimal number a.8 b.11 c.. d. none 3 .6ecimal number 10 is e"ual to binary number a.1110 b.1000 c.1001 d.1010 35.7inary number 110011011001 is e"ual to decimal number a.328. b.228. c.128. d.28. 36.1111-11111C a.101111 b.101110 c.111111 d.011111 37.7inary multi'lication 1D0C a.1 b.0

c.10 d.11 38.110012 3100012C a.10000 b.01000 c.00100 d.00001 3..10112D1012C a.55 b. 5 c.35 d.25 0.1110112D100012C a.111101101 b.111101100 c.111110 d.1100110 1. bits is e"ual to a. 1 nibble b.1 byte c. 2 byte d. none of abo#e 2. 0hich is non3#olatile memory a. :*E b. :9E c. both d. none 3. The contents of these chi's are lost 0hen the com'uter is s0itched off; a. :9E chi's b. :*E chi's c. 6:*E chi's d. none of abo#e ./hat are res'onsible for storing 'ermanent data and instructions.; a. :*E chi's b. :9E chi's c. 6:*E chi's d. none of abo#e

5. /hich 'arts of the com'uter 'erform arithmetic calculations; a. *5F b. :egisters c. 5ogic bus d. none of abo#e