CS105_final_spr10_A - Final CS105 Spring 2010 May 7th, 2010...

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Final CS105 Spring 2010 May 7 th , 2010 DO NOT START UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO. YOU WILL LOSE POINTS IF YOU START WORKING ON THE TEST BEFORE WE TELL YOU. THIS IS A 150 MINUTE EXAM. Do not leave this blank—fill it in now: Name: Discussion Section: TA: FORM A On the scantron: Use only a #2 pencil; otherwise, your exam won't be graded. Bubble in the Form Letter above!!! Bubble in your name and your NetID !!! Write your TA's name (of the section you attend) in the instructor slot and your section number in the section slot. Your section number is in the table provided at the bottom of this page. About the test: The exam consists of 33 pages . Check that your copy is complete, and ask for a replacement if it is not. Make sure you look at all the pages. You will have 2 hours and 30 minutes to FILL IN THE SCANTRON for the exam. You may not use any books, notes, or other references for this exam. NO QUESTIONS WILL BE ANSWERED DURING THE EXAM. At the end of the exam, stop writing and put down your pencil when time is called. Hand in both the scantron and all the pages of the exam booklet. NO CALCULATORS OR ELECTRONIC DEVICES OF ANY KIND ARE ALLOWED. TURN OFF CELL PHONES AND PAGERS. IF A CELL PHONE RINGS, DO NOT ANSWER IT!! Discussion section numbers and name of the TA whose lab you attend: Time Wednesday Thursday Friday 9:00 am 105 – Ankeeth 113 – Damion 10:00 am 106 – Ankeeth 114 – Damion 11:00 am 107 – Aditya 115 – Yi-Shuan 12:00 pm 108 – Aditya 116 – Yi-Shuan 1:00 pm 109 – Chaitanya 117 – Ankit 2:00 pm 101 – Minas 110 – Chris 118 – Ankit 3:00 pm 102 – Minas 111 – Chris 119 – Chaitanya 4:00 pm 103 – Boonrod 112 – Bhagath 5:00 pm 104 – Onur NOTES: 1. Always choose one answer, the most correct choice of the answers offered. 2. For all questions with code fragments, the line numbers on the left are NOT part of the code. 3. Assume that any VBA variables shown have been declared according to the course convention .
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CS105 Spring 2010 Computer Concepts and Logic 1. Which of the following is NOT computer hardware? a. DVD/CD-RW Drive b. SQLYog c. Hard Drive d. Keyboard 2. Which of the following is NOT a valid logical equivalence of formulas (where we have used the equal sign “=” to denote logical equivalence)? a. A = NOT(NOT A) b. NOT(A OR B) = (NOT A) AND (NOT B) c. A = A AND A d. A OR B = A AND B 3. What is a file? a. The work done by a CPU. b. A named collection of data that exists on a storage medium. c. A hardware storage device. d. Precisely those computer programs that are not currently running on a computer. 4. What is the decimal number 63 in binary? a. 101010 b. 110011 c. 111111 d. 101101 5. What is the total in decimal after adding the binary numbers 110011 + 101010 ? a.
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