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CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Final Term 2009 Paper - s2xii

CS101- Introduction to Computing - Final term exam Paper 

(Session - 2) -Spring 2009 
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CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 1    ( M - 1 )    
 ---------- was known as “mill” in Analytical engine.
        Memory
        Processor 
        Monitor
        Mouse

Ref:  An arithmetical unit (the "mill") would be able to perform all four arithmetic operations, plus comparisons and optionally square roots. Initially it was conceived as a difference engine curved back upon itself, in a generally circular layout,[2] with the long store exiting off to one side.
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 2    ( M - 1 )    
First electronic computer was
        ABC   ( Page No. 14)
        UNVAC 1 
        Harvard Mark 1
        IBM PC
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 3    ( M - 1 )    
 What is NOT a key factor while designing a website?
        Usability
        User-friendly
        Consistency
        Complexity
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 4    ( M - 1 )    
What happens if I start a new list without closing the original one?
 
        An error will be generated
        A nested list will be created
       ► Previous list will end and a new will start.
       ► Nothing will happen
 
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 5    ( M - 1 )    
The most upper right pixel of the screen is of ___________ color.
        Any
        Red
        Green
        Blue
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 6    ( M - 1 )    
 A single pixel can acquire approximately ___________ color schemes. vuzs.net
        1 million
        2 million
        10 million
        16 million (P.NO.235)
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 7    ( M - 1 )    
The idea of Neural Networks field is based upon ______________.
        Human nature
        Human brain
        Human culture
        Human actions
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 8    ( M - 1 )    
Which one of the following is an application for artificial intelligence?
        Robotic
        Web Agent
        Decision Support System
        All of the given options
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 9    ( M - 1 )    
Register is a kind of ______memory
 
        Fast
        Super fast
        Slow
        Very slow
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 10    ( M - 1 )    
Which of the following is a true statement?
        Flat-file storage is better than tabular storage.
        Tabular storage is better than flat-file storage. (Page. No 257)
        Flat-file storage is better than relational storage.
        None of the given options
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 11    ( M - 1 )    
substring(n, m) returns a string containing characters copied from position n to___________.
        m – 2
        m – 1 (Page.no. 270)
        m + 1
        m
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 12    ( M - 1 )    
 The __________ is the old profession which is being eliminated because of computing.
        Typist
       ► Bank manager
        Operational manager
        All of the given options www.vuzs.net
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 13    ( M - 1 )    
 The system that manages relational database, is called ______________.
        None of the given options
        Database Management System
        Data Management System
        Relational Database Management System (page.no.274)
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 14    ( M - 1 )    
 When web server is busy it gives the following message to the user :
        Time out
        Waiting
        Server busy
        None of the given options
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 15    ( M - 1 )    
The group of technologies concerned with the capturing, processing and transmission of information in the digital electronic form is called _____________.
        Telecom Engineering
        Computer Engineering
        Computer Science
        Information Technology (page.no.295)
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 16    ( M - 1 )    
_____________ team consists on the sharpest technical minds in the company.
 
        Architecture (page.no.300)
        Business Development
        Configuration Management
        Developer
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 17    ( M - 1 )    
 TCP stands for ________.
 
        Transfer Center protocol
        Transmission Control Protocol (page.no.317)
        Transmission Center Protocol
        Telephone Center Protocol
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 18    ( M - 1 )    
A collection of data organized in such a way that the computer can quickly search for a desired data item is known as :
        Retrieving
        Database (page.no.321)
        Information
        DBMS
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 19    ( M - 1 )    
Microsoft Word is a type of: www. vuzs. net
        System Software
        Freeware Software
        Shrink-Wrapped Software (page.no.64)
        Custom-built Software
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 20    ( M - 1 )    
Users __________, how things work.
        Analyze in detail
        Muddle through (page.no.170)
        Figure out
        Read in detail
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 21    ( M - 1 )    
Popular schemes used for reducing bytes for storage are:
        RGB and Color mapping
        RGB and Dithering
        RGB, Color mapping and Dithering
        Color mapping and Dithering (page.no.235)
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 22    ( M - 1 )    
Hardware malfunctions is related to
        Data updates
        Data integrity (page.no.253)
        Data security
        Data accessibility
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 23    ( M - 1 )    
If incorrectly we enter the negative age it is check by
         Limit Integrity (page.no.253)
        Type Integrity
        Referential Integrity
        Physical Integrity
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 24    ( M - 1 )    
Which is the user-friendly way of presenting data ?
        Query
        Form
        Report
        All of the given options
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 25    ( M - 1 )    
Currently the BlueRay DVD can store more than ________ of data.
        10 GB
        100 GB
        50 GB (page.no.305)
        150 GB
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 26    ( M - 1 )    
In JavaScript,   a || b    is interpreted as
 
        a is true or b is false
        a is true and b is true
        a is false and b is true
        a is true or b is true or both are true (page.no.148)
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 27    ( M - 1 )     www.vuzs.net
Speakers fall into the hardware category.
       ► True
       ► False
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 28    ( M - 1 )    

Only the higher level designs are called System Architecture and lower level designs can not be called system Architecture, and we can also say the every Architecture can be called design but every design can not be called Architecture.   (For Reference Listen Lecture No.24)
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 37    ( M - 3 )
What are the Sub categories of Artificial Intelligence? Briefly explain any two.
Expert systems
Systems that, in some limited sense, can replace an expert vuzs.net
Robotics
Automatic machines that perform various tasks that were previously done by humans
Example:
Pilot-less combat air planes
 
Decision Support Systems:
Interactive software designed to improve the decision-making capability of their users
Utilize historical data, models to solve problems
 

 

 
    
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 38    ( M - 5 )
How many ways are there to call a function in a program ? Explain with example
Functions do not run automatically. When the page loads, each function waits quietly until it is told to run

An event handler is a command which calls a function when an event happens, such as the user clicking a button. 

Calling a Function From Another Function

function doSomething() {
  doSomethingElse();  // This line calls the next function
}

CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 39    ( M - 5 )
 Elaborate the ‘+ ’ operator and its constraints with the help of examples
The “+” String Operator
The “+” operator can be used to concatenate two strings
title = “bhola” + “continental”
The value of the variable title becomes “bholacontinental”
 
 
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 40    ( M - 10 )
Write a JavaScript program having two functions sum and mean. 
The web page will ask the user to enter five values to be added
After taking input it will calculate the sum and mean of those values by calling sum and mean functions.
 
 
   
CS101 - Introduction to Computing - Q.No. 41    ( M - 10 )
Define the following terms.
Object
A named collection of properties(data, state) & methods (instructions, behavior)
Event Handler

An indexed list of elements

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