Options: a. Select the cell you want to place the formula into b. Type the equals sign (=) to tell Excel that youâ€™re about to enter a formula c. Enter the formula using any input values and the appropriate mathematical operators that make up your formula d. Choose the new command from the file menu
In analyzing the compilation of PL/I program, the term "Syntax analysis" is associated with
Options: recognition of basic syntactic constructs through reductions, recognition of basic elements and creation of uniform symbols, creation of more optional matrix, use of macro processor to produce more optimal assembly code
The network layer, in reference to the OSI model, provide
Options: data link procedures that provide for the exchange of data via frames that can be sent and received, the interface between the X.25 network and packet mode device, the virtual circuit interface to packet-switched service, All of the above
Options: Â Dynamic Name System
B. Â Dynamic Network System
C. Â Domain Name System
D. Â Domain Network Service
Ans:â€“ C ,
Which one of. the following phrases most accurately describes the nature of a pulsating dc voltage?
Options: The voltage remains at one polarity and at a steady level, The voltage remains at one polarity but changes value periodically, The voltage causes current to flow in two directions at the same time, The voltage reverses polarity periodically
Options: a single program is processed by two or more CPUs, two or more programs are stored concurrently in primary storage, only the active pages of a program are stored in primary storage, interprogram interference may occur
Options: a. by holding Ctrl key, click on existing Guide Line and drag b. by holding Alt key, click on existing Guide Line and drag c. by holding Ctrl + Alt key, click on existing Guide Line and drag d. Additional Guide Lines cannot be created
Which one of the following phrasers best describes flux density?
Options: The concentration of lines of magnetic force, The rate of change of the number of lines of magnetic force, The opposition to a build-up of magnetic fields, The force that maintains lines of force