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#1. "Which of the following was the first solution to computation problems during the ancient civilizations"

#2. The First generation computers were only able to execute the following tasks

#3. Electronic computing became possible due to the suggestions of using

#4. A computer performs all the following functions except

#5. Which of the following is a primary input device to a computer?

#6. Calculate the number of bits in 16 bytes

#7. The ability of computers to handle more than one task is called.

#8. John Napier invented calculating rods called

#9. Data in a computer is stored in the …… format

#10. Calculate the number of bits in 16 byte

#11. The following words are used to define a computer

#12. A collection of raw facts statistics,figures with no meaning is

#13. Who invented the slide rule calculator?

#14. The first computation device to be used by the Chinese was

#15. The ability of the computer to reason like human beings is called

#16. The output on the computer screen is called

#17. Analytical engine is also referred to as

#18. Diligence also means

#19. What confirms that a phone a real computer?

#20. The following are examples of mechanical era computers except

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