Computer Architecture MCQs Set-7

1. A flip-flop is a binary cell capable of storing information of
  • One bit
  • Byte
  • Zero bit
  • Eight bit
2. The operation executed on data stored in registers is called
  • Macro-operation
  • Micro-operation
  • Bit-operation
  • Byte-operation
3. MRI indicates
  • Memory Reference Information.
  • Memory Reference Instruction.
  • Memory Registers Instruction.
  • Memory Register information
4. Self-contained sequence of instructions that performs a given computational task is called
  • Function
  • Procedure
  • Subroutine
  • Routine
5. Microinstructions are stored in control memory groups, with each group specifying a
  • Routine
  • Subroutine
  • Vector
  • Address
6. An interface that provides a method for transferring binary information between internal storage and external devices is called
  • I/O interface
  • Input interface
  • Output interface
  • I/O bus
7. Status bit is also called
  • Binary bit
  • Flag bit
  • Signed bit
  • Unsigned bit
8. An address in main memory is called
  • Physical address
  • Logical address
  • Memory address
  • Word address
9. If the value V(x) of the target operand is ontained in the address field itself, the addressing mode is
  • immediate
  • direct
  • indirect
  • implied
10. can be represented in a signed magnitude format and in a 1’s complement format as
  • 111011 & 100100
  • 100100 & 111011
  • 011011 & 100100
  • 100100 & 011011