CBSE Class 5 Computer Science Question Paper Set F

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1. Fill in the blanks. 

(a) A program is a set of .............................. in programming language.

(b) A flowchart is a .............................. representation of an algorithm.

(c) ...................... are used to join the different section of a flowchart.

(d) .................... and ........................ are programming language.

(e) Flowcharts are drawn by using a set of ................................... .

(f) Custom animation is carried out in the .......................... view.

(g) A ....................... box is used to display processing in a flowchart.

2. Write True or False. 

(a) A computer cannot do analysis. ( )

(b) An algorithm is a pictorial representation of a flowchart. ( )

(c) An input/output box is shaped like a diamond. ( )

(d) The icon for WordArt is ( )

(e) The Slide Background option is in the Format menu. ( )

(f) The Task pane is located to the right side of your screen. ( )

(g) Animation are special visual or sound effect we can apply. ( )

(h) The Slide Transaction command is in the Slide Show menu. ( )

3. Draw the symbols for these instructions in a flowchart. 

(a) Start/Stop

(b) Input

(c) Flow Lines

(d) Decision

(e) Process

(f) Connectors

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