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Class 5 Computers Final Term Sample Question Paper 2019

Question 1
Fill in the blanks:
a) Slide Master is a slide that allows the same font and images to be applied to all slides.
b) String Variable can store a sequence of characters.
c) A dongle is also referred to as USB modem or Internet Stick.
d) Netiquette is a special set of manners that need to be followed while using the Internet.
e) A wireless modem transmits the data signals through the air instead of a cable.

Question 2
Give the full forms:
a) Modem – Modulator Demodulator
b) BSNL – Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
c) ISP – Internet Service Provider
d) HTTPS – Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure
e) LAN – Local Area Network

Question 3
Define the following (attempt any four):
a) PowerPoint – It is a presentation software developed by Microsoft.
b) Web address – the address or location of a website on the Internet.
c) WWW – System of interlinked pages that contain a variety of information accessed via the Internet by people all over the world.
d) Website – Collection of one or more related webpages linked together through hyperlinks.
e) E-mail – Electronic message sent from one computer to another.

Question 4
Application-based Questions:
a) Ayesha has learnt about the Internet in school. She wants to search the Internet for information on “Safe drive, save life” for a competition.
i) Give one difference between search engine and web browser.
A search engine is a program that searches through a collection of webpages for information on a specific topic. A web browser is a program used to locate and display webpages.
ii) While moving through a website, Ayesha noticed that the mouse pointer changes to a hand symbol when the cursor was brought near some text. What is such text called and define it.
That text is a hyperlink. It is the link connecting one page to another.
iii) Give two examples for the following:
a) Web browser – Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox.
b) ISP – BSNL, Vodafone.
iv) What is the main aim of designing  ARPANET?
The main aim of designing ARPANET was to share information on research and development in the field of science and technology.
b) Rohit has created a presentation on “SCHOOL FETE” and he wants to do the following tasks:
i) Rearrange the multiple sequential slides.
This can be done either in Normal view or Slide Sorter view by selecting the slides using the Shift key.
ii) Modify the theme i.e. to change the colors and effects.
Design tab → Variants group
iii) To delete a placeholder in slide 4.
Click the border of the placeholder in Slide 4 and press Delete.
iv) Name the TAB and GROUP to select slide master.
View tab, Master Views group.

Question 5
Basic Programs:

1. Write a program to input the radius of a circular field and calculate its area and circumference. Display the result.
Area = 3.14 × R2
Circumference = 2 × 3.14 × R
10 CLS
20 INPUT “ENTER THE RADIUS”; R
30 LET A = 3.14 * R ^ 2
40 LET C = 2 * 3.14 * R
50 PRINT “AREA = “; A
60 PRINT “CIRCUMFERENCE = “; C
70 END
2. Write a program to input the value of U, A, T and calculate and display the value of S, when S = UT + 1/2AT2.
10 CLS
20 INPUT “ENTER VALUE OF U”; U
30 INPUT “ENTER VALUE OF A”; A
40 INPUT “ENTER VALUE OF T”; T
50 LET S = U * T + 1 / 2 * A * T ^ 2
60 PRINT “S = “; S
70 END
3. Write a program to assign the words of “My school is the best school” and print the message in the following pattern:

My

school          is
thebest         school

10 LET M$ = “My”
20 LET S$ = “school”
30 LET I$ = “is”
40 LET T$ = “the”
50 LET B$ = “best”
60 PRINT M$
70 PRINT
80 PRINT S$, I$
90 PRINT T$; B$, S$
100 END
4. Print the following pattern by assigning the characters:

@123
2&3
3#
$

10 CLS
20 LET A$ = “@”
30 LET B$ = “1”
40 LET C$ = “2”
50 LET D$ = “3”
60 LET S$ = “$”
70 LET T$ = “&”
80 LET H$ = “#”
90 PRINT A$; B$; C$; D$
100 PRINT C$; T$; D$
110 PRINT D$; H$
120 PRINT S$
130 END
5. Write a program to assign a number to A, 4 in B and input the value of C. And perform the following:
a) Sum of the square of A and C.
b) Half of the product of (a) and B.
10 LET A = 20
20 LET B = 4
30 INPUT “C = “; C
40 LET S = A ^ 2 + C
50 LET H = S * B / 2
60 PRINT “SUM = “; S
70 PRINT “HALF = “; H
80 END

Question 6
Write the BASIC statements for the following:
a) Assign the product of p, q, and r in C.
LET C = P * Q * R
b) Input the marks of three subjects.
INPUT “ENTER MARKS OF 3 SUBJECTS”; A, B, C
c) Assign today’s date.
LET D$ = “February 16, 2019”
d) Assign sum of A, thrice of B and twice of C in Q.
LET Q = A + 3 * B + 2 * C
e) Print the word “ASANSOL” using semicolon.
PRINT “A”; “S”; “A”; “N”; “S”; “O”; “L”

Question 7
Find the output for the following programs:
Q1.

10 CLS
20 LET N = 2
30 LET B = N ^ 2
40 LET C = (B + N) / 2
50 PRINT B, C
60 PRINT N
70 END

4                      3
2

Q2.

10 CLS
20 LET L = 4
30 LET B = 3
40 LET H = 2
50 LET A = L ^ 2 + H ^ 3 - B ^ 2
60 LET S = A / 2
70 PRINT "Calculate = "; A
80 PRINT "Solution = "; S
90 END

Calculate = 15
Solution = 7.5

Question 8
Evaluate the expressions:
a) When a = 1, b = 2, c = 1
Find ((a3 + 3ab2) / 2c)
6.5
b) When x = 1, y = 2
Find (((x23y) / 3x)y)y
16
Question 9
Debug the following:
a) LET 9M = TCF
LET M9$ = “TCF”
b) LET CLS = 20 × 3 + 5
LET C = 20 * 3 + 5
c) PRINT [HELLO]
PRINT “HELLO”
d) Input K = “EVEREST”
LET K$ = “EVEREST”

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