Welcome back to Friday and Quiz V4.0: Computer History, a real blast from the past . If this is your first Quiz Day Friday, then you might want to check out the three previous quizzes:
Quiz V1.0 on General Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Quiz V2.0 on Common Engineering Abbreviations
Quiz V3.0 Electronic and Electrical Engineering – Intermediate
This is the fourth of 10 quizzes each with 10 questions from top members of the Electro-Tech-Online community members including: 3vO,DerStrom, Ian Rogers, Pommie, Roman Black, Reload Ron, JimB,MrAl, ericgibbs. This week’s Quiz V4.0 Electronic and Electrical Engineering is from well-known member Pommie. Since 2005, Pommie has contributed to over 9,000 discussions in the forums and a couple of cool projects.
We list the questions below just to give you a heads-up, but you’ll find the complete quiz — with the multiple choice options — HERE. And if you want a little more computer history, check out this Wikipedia entry about the Mark-8 microcomputer built in 1974 by a former colleague of mine, Jon Titus, who is also a brilliant engineer, writer, and gentleman.
Quiz V4.0 Computer History
- The original PC was designed for…?
- Early PCs could have maximum memory of…?
- What does DSDD stand for in relation to floppy disks…?
- What was the capacity of a 3.5 HD Floppy disk…?
- What does VGA stand for?
- What resolution is standard VGA?
- The first Spreadsheet program was available on…?
- The C programming Language was created by…?
- The first BASIC language appeared in which year…?
- How would (2*3)+(4*5) be written in Reverse Polish notation…?
Think you know the answers? Click here take the quiz!
See you next Friday…
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