CBSE Class 6 Computer Worksheets (1)

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CBSE Class 6 Computer Worksheets (1) - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India. 

Bal Bharati Public School GRH Marg, New Delhi – 110060

Class VI Computer Science

Assignment – 1

 

 Q:-1 Tick ( ) the correct answer:-

       1. Computer is a/an …………………… device.

            a) Electric                b) Light                c) Mechanical              d) Electronic

       2. Microphone is a/an ………………….unit.

            a) Input                    b) Output             c) Memory                    d) Processing

       3. What are the four main components of a computer system?

             a) CPU, CD-ROM, Mouse, Keyboard

             b) Memory, Video Card, Monitor, SPW

             c) Modem, Keyboard, Word Processor, Printer

             d) CPU, Memory, Input Devices, Output Devices

       4. Which of the following is an Input Device?

           a) Scanner               b) Printer             c) Speakers                    d)Monitor

       5. Which of the following are you most likely to use when playing a computer game?

           a) Touch Screen     b) Light Pen         c) Joystick                      d) Trackball

       6. A computer works on the principle of Input-Output

          a) Shortcut               b) Process          c) Calculation                  d) Addition

       7. The Scanner, Joystick, keyboard etc are

          a) Output Devices                               b) Processing Devices

          c) Input Devices                                  d) Storage Devices

       8. The processing is done with the help of

          a) CPU                    b) Monitor            c) Keyboard                       d) Mouse

 

 

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