3A051 Volume 4 multiple choice.
Less than 50.
100
150
More than 200.
Burn-out.
Out-gassing.
Excess nitrogen.
Synthetic gassing.
60 hertz.
65 hertz.
70 hertz.
75 hertz.
65.
85.
105.
125.
I.
II.
III.
IV.
Radix.
Digit.
Exponent.
Fractional Point.
Radix.
Digit.
Exponent.
Decimal Point.
10 multiplier associated with the prefix you want to use.
2 multiplier associated with the prefix you want to use.
5 multiplier associated with the prefix you want to use.
8 multiplier associated with the prefix you want to use.
Two.
Three.
Four.
Five.
Zeros.
Ones.
Twos.
Threes.
65.10
73.10
123.10
150.10
Increases by one.
Increases by two.
Doubles its value.
Triples its value.
0
1
2
3
Forgetting to add in the carries or adding them incorrectly.
Forgetting to make the carries.
Starting at the most significatn digit (MSD) instead of the least significant digit (LSD).
Starting at the LSD instead of the MSD.
0-0
0-1
1-0
1-1
One-fifth of the numbers.
One-half of the numbers.
One-third of the numbers.
One-fourth of the numbers.
Alphanumberic characters.
Hexadecimal characters.
Alphabetic characters A through F.
Alphabetic characters G through L.
Write the new octal number with a radix of 8.
Convert the decimal number to a series of powers of ten expressions.
Convert the hexadecimal number to a seires of powers of eight expressions.
Decimally add the results and write the number witha base ten subscript.
By the multiply and carry technique.
By multiplying the decimal sum by 16.
By dividing the hexadecimal number successively by the base of the decimal system.
By dividing the decimal number successively by the base of the hexadecimal system.
Write the new hexadecimal number with a radix of 8.
Write the new hexadecimal number witha subscript radix of 16.
Convert the hexadecimal number to a series of powers of 8 expressions.
Decimally add the results and write the new number with a base 10 subscript.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Protocols.
Standards.
Application.
Specification.
Session.
Network.
Transport.
Data-link.
Session.
Network.
Transport.
Data-link.
Three and five, respectively.
Four and six, respectively.
Five and seven, respectively.
Six and eight, respectively.