1. When considering use of visual representation, which statement is true?

(a) Half of eleven is six (in one number-representation system).

(b) An outline is not an accepted form for a talk visual.

(c) A table in a project would have to involve numeric data entries.

2. Computer science design projects:

(a)Can't employ randomness.

(b) Are either hardware or software.

(c) Neither (a) nor (b).

3. For a presentation:

(a) A handout is essential. (b) Prepared visuals are helpful. (c) Neither (a) nor (b).

4. We write weekly progress reports:

(a) To please managers. (b) For practical reasons, e.g., tracking the work.

(c) To gain skill, gather results, and document authorship.

5. The general principle of computer science reporting is:

(a) The longer the report the better. (b) The more lines of code presented the better.

(c) A well-written report is a useful business tool.

6. Select the mathematical statement that is absolutely true in all situations.

(a) (1/2) + (1/3) = 5/6. (b) (1/2) + (1/3) = 5/6 or 2/5. (c) (1/2) + (1/3) = 5/6 or 2/5 or1/5.

7. The force in pounds on the other end of a string that has a one pound weight at one end, and was wrapped around a tree branch two complete times (angle 4p) is:

(a) Less than a thousand.. (b) Slightly more than a thousand. (c) Above a million.

8. Binary summation yields:

(a) 1000 + 1000 = 2000. (b) 1001 + 1010 =10011 (c) 1001 + 1001 =11011.

9. The hyperbolic cosine of a real value x is:

(a) (ex - e-x) /2. (b) Neither (a) nor (c).

(c) The catenary (curve made by a chain suspended from two points at the same level).>

10. For the funds gambled in Nevada during 1994,

(a) Slot machines took in slightly less than half the total.

(b) The total exceeded \$ 17,000,000,000.

(c) Slot machines took in slightly more than seventy percent of the total.