GCSE Computing Quiz OCR Topic 1

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1. What is a mouse used for?

  • Entering information into the computer through translating movements to the motion of a pointer on a display
  • A furry small creature
  • An output device that translates movements to the motion of a pointer on a display
  • A device that allows the user to input information through electrical signals of pressing keys
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2. How does a keyboard work?

  • It does not work
  • It translates digital data into electrical impulses
  • It senses two dimensional movement and translates this into a pointer
  • Translates electrical signals created when keys are pressed into digital data
  • It translates key presses into movement

3. Which of the following are output devices for a mobile phone? A) Headphones; B) Screen; C) Touch screen; D) Speakers; E) MicroSD card

  • None of them
  • A, B, C
  • A, B, D
  • B, C, D

4. Which of the following are input devices for a tablet with no other devices connected? A) Touch screen; B) Keyboard; C) Camera; D) Printer; D) Microphone; E) Volume and power buttons; F) Printer

  • B, D, E, F
  • C, D, E, F
  • A, C, D, E
  • A, B, C, D

5. What is an input

  • Information or data that is output from a computer system
  • Data that is entered into a computer system
  • Information that is collected from a computer system
  • Data that is input

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