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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What parts of ROM memory can be changed?
(a) The upper chip layers.
(b) The binary code.
(d) The lower chip layers.
2. How does Bill record the mammoth's presence?
(a) An oscilloscope.
(b) A system of pumpkins and crates.
(c) An EKG.
(d) An EEG.
3. Why does Bill invite the mammoth in?
(a) To feed the mammoth his dinner.
(b) Bill thinks the mammoth is lonely.
(c) To kill it.
(d) To change the mammoth into an elephant.
4. How are positive and negative electrons similar to positive and negative poles?
(a) The both attract the opposite.
(b) They both contain anodized matter.
(c) They both contain a neutral charge.
(d) There are no similarities.
5. What sort of storage system use bar codes?
Short Answer Questions
1. What are binary digits?
2. What happens after an analog quality is turned into binary code?
3. What is a core of wire wound around an iron core?
4. What number represents on in binary code?
5. What happens when electrons are rubbed, shuffled, or brushed off one surface onto another?
Short Essay Questions
1. Briefly describe the binary system.
2. Discuss the composition of light.
3. Explain in detail the forming of static electricity.
4. Where is the mammoth taken when it feels traumatized and then experiences first joy and then despondency?
5. Discuss the two types of lens, concave and convex.
6. Discuss the three principles which govern the flow of electricity.
7. What are electrons? What does their movement create?
8. How is static electricity formed?
9. Define wavelength and frequency.
10. What are the effects of electrons on the move?
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