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MCQ: An electronic computing machine used for adding, subtracting or multiplying is known as

  1. fax machine
  2. computer
  3. photo phone
  4. cell phone


MCQ: Light reflects into the fiber optics if the angle of incidence is

  1. less than the critical angle
  2. greater than the critical angle
  3. equal to the critical angle
  4. none of above


MCQ: On the internet, the function which allows people to send and receive text messages very fast is called

  1. web browsing
  2. e-mail
  3. e-commerce
  4. post


MCQ: In radio, television and cell phone information is sent either through optical fibers in the form of

  1. cathode rays
  2. electric signals
  3. light
  4. electromagnet waves


MCQ: Waves of visible light have

  1. higher frequency than radio waves
  2. lower frequency than radio waves
  3. frequency equal to radio waves
  4. wavelength equal to radio waves