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MCQ: The electric current flowing through an electromagnetic in the receiver produces a varying

  1. potential field
  2. magnetic field
  3. shock field
  4. none of above


MCQ: The presence of pit on CD indicates

  1. 0
  2. 2
  3. 4
  4. 1


MCQ: The wires used to transmit electric signals such as cable TV to our homes are called

  1. coaxial cable
  2. optical cable
  3. cathode cable
  4. glass cable


MCQ: The software that manages your computer and the devices connected to it is termed as

  1. read only memory
  2. microprocessor
  3. operating system
  4. managing system


MCQ: We can develop any document and see it on the screen after typing by using

  1. operating system
  2. word processing
  3. data management
  4. managing system