# Topic: Chapter 2: Number Systems (Test 1)

Topic: Chapter 2: Number Systems
Q.1
What is the binary equivalent for decimal number 9?
A. 1010
B. 1001
C. 1000
D. 1100
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Q.2
What is the binary equivalent for Hexadecimal number 2A6?
A. 001010100110
B. 001010100111
C. 101010100110
D. 101010111110
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Q.3
What is the decimal equivalent for BCD number 136?
A. 1000 0011 0110
B. 0001 0011 0110
C. 0010 0010 0101
D. 0010 0000 0101
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Q.4
Which refers to the number of bits processed by a computerâ€™s CPU?
A. Byte
B. Nibble
C. Word length
D. Bit
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Q.5
What is the decimal equivalent for Hexadecimal number 3B?
A. 49
B. 48
C. 59
D. 51
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Q.6
How many bytes does 1 Kilo Byte contain?
A. 1000
B. 8
C. 4
D. 1024
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Q.7
What is the decimal equivalent for binary number 11001?
A. 24
B. 25
C. 26
D. 27
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Q.8
Expansion for ASCII
A. American School Code for Information Interchange
B. American Standard Code for Information Interchange
C. All Standard Code for Information Interchange
D. American Society Code for Information Interchange
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Q.9
In binary system, 1 KiloByte represents
A. 1000 bytes
B. 1024 bytes
C. 100 bytes
D. 12 bytes
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Q.10
2^50 is referred as
A. Kilo
B. Tera
C. Peta
D. Zetta