CBSE Class 5 Computers Question Paper SA 1 2011

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FIRST SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT : 2011-12

Subject : COMPUTER

Time : 1½ hrs. Class : Vth

Q.1 Tick the correct option - 

(i) ................ is used to play games of computer.

(a) Microphone (b) Scanner (c) Joystick (d) Printer

(ii) ............... works like a photocopier machine.

(a) Microphone (b) Joystick (c) Scanner (d) Monitor

(iii) ................ is the example of application software.

(a) Unix (b) DOS (c) Excel (d) Linux

(iv) An ordered set of instruction is called a

(a) Hardware (b) CD-Player (c) Program (d) Movies

(v) Windows is a ...................... based operating system.

(a) GUI (b) CUI (c) KUI (d) DUI

Q.2 Check whether the following statement is True or False - 

(a) Scanner is an input device.

(b) Storage capacity of a CD is more then a floppy disc.

(c) System software is used to control the working of computer.

(d) We cannot create a folder in another folder.

(e) Windows explorer is a windows accessory.

Q.3 Choose the correct word from the bracket to complete the following statements -

(a) ........................... folder stores the deleted files of folders. (recycle bin/Trash bin)

(b) ....................... can be used to create presentation on the computer. (Ms Excel/Ms Power point)

(c) Microsoft excel is a ................ package. (word processing/ spreadsheet)

(d) Laser printer is an example of ............................ printers (impact/ non impact)

(e) ........................ is an input device used to enter text data in the computer.

Q.4 Very short type questions - 

(a) Write the storage capacity of each -

1. Floopy Disc ............................ 2. Hard Disc ............................

3. Compact Disc .......................... 4. Digital versatile disc ...........................

(b) What is an application software ?

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(c) What is recycle bin ?

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Q.5 Short answer type questions - 

(a) What is the difference between impact and non impact printers ?

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Q.6 Practical + Viva -


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