1. The method of ... all functional categories to one another represents the functional organization of a computer.
a) showing; b) relating; c) performing
2. Instructions and data are fed through the_______equipment to the_______.
a) output; b) memory; c) input; d) control
3. The main units of the computer communicate with each other_______a machine language.
a) in spite of; b) because of; c) by means of
4. The input also_______the information into the pulse — no-pulse combinations understandable to the computer.
a) converts; b) removes; c) accomplishes
5. The four_______are used to perform basic operations in a computer.
a) basics; b) circuits; c) equipment
6. A computer can solve very complex numerical_______.
a) communication; b) computations; c) instructions
7. Numbers and instructions forming the program are _______in the memory.
a) solved; b) stored; c) simulated
8. The control unit serves for_______orders.
a) reading; b) interpreting; c) inputting
9. The function of memory is to store________the original input data_______the partial results.
a) not only ... but also; b) either ... or; c) no sooner ... than
10. The_______includes the control and arithmetic-logical units.
a) flip-flop; b) digital computer; c) central processor