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When did John Napier develop logarithm?

A. 1416

B. 1614

C. 1641

D. 1804

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  1. The computer abbreviation KB usually means
  2. Which of the following generation computers had expensive operation cost?
  3. Where are data and programme stored when the processor uses them?
  4. When was Pascaline invented?
  5. The ________ is the amount of data that a storage device can move from the storage medium to the Computer…
  6. In order to play and hear sound on a computer, one needs:
  7. What is an interpreter?
  8. Which statement is valid about computer program?
  9. Which printer is very commonly used for desktop publishing?
  10. Second Generation computers were developed during
  11. Which output device is used for translating information from a computer into pictorial form on paper.
  12. The notable features like keyboards, monitors, GUI were developed in
  13. When we look at the cost, which of the following computer is most expensive?
  14. Which number system is usually followed in a typical 32-bit computer?
  15. Floppy disks which are made from flexible plastic material are also called?
  16. A characteristic of card systems is:
  17. EPROM can be used for
  18. Which one of the following input device is user- programmable?
  19. Which is not a comptuer of first generation?
  20. Which of the following is called low level languages?
  21. One millisecond is
  22. The personnel who deals with the computer & its management put together are called
  23. A computer consists of
  24. Who invented vacuum tubes?
  25. What is the date when Babbage conceived Analytical engine
  26. In analogue computer
  27. What was the name of the first commercially available microprocessor chip?
  28. Who is credited with the idea of using punch cards to control patterns in a waving machine?
  29. The examination and changing of single bits or small groups of his within a word is called
  30. Which of the following is not a feature of first generation computers