Fundamentals of Computer Notes Chapter 1 in PDF [9th Class]


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1. MCQs

  • Who invented logarithm?
  • Which generation of computer used transistor?
  • In which generation of computer microprocessor was introduced?
  • Which of the following computer supports thousands of users at the same time?
  • Who is responsible for protecting information and information systems from unauthorized people in an organization?
  • Which of the following is the fastest memory?
  • What type of software a device driver is? 
  • Which of the following is volatile memory? 
  • Which software is distributed free of cost for a limited period as a trial version 
  • When were IC chips developed?

2. Short Questions Answers

  • Describe Napier's Bone and Slide Rule.
  • Compare 1 st and 3'0 generation computers.
  • Differentiate between analog and digital computers. 
  • Difference between analogue and digital computer
  • Ahmed, a class IX student is asking his father to replace his home computer CRT monitor with LCD monitor. How will you justify his demand?
  • What will happen if storage devices. are removed from a computer?
  • Differentiate between systems software and application software
  • How a student can use computer to improve academic performance? 
  • Give any three uses of computers in a. school library. 
  • Name few house hold appliances in which microprocessor is used.
  • What are the tasks performed by operating system?

3. Long Questions Answers

  • Describe the five generations of computers
  • Write a note on mainframe, minicomputer and microcomputer
  • Explain the basic operations of a computer
  • Identify the use of productivity, business, entertainment and education software.
  • Write short note on the following:
    • a. Hardware Engineer
    • b. Network Administrator
    • c. Database Administrator
    • d.Web Designer
    • e. Multimedia Designer
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