Grade 9 – English Medium Online ICT Exam – Month September

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#1. Which of the following is not an example of a Sequence control structure?

#2. Which is not an example data for the Integer Data type,

#3. Why we have to write pseudo-codes in programming?

#4. When writing pseudocodes what phrase cannot be used to represent iteration (repetition)?

#5. Pakistan will host a one-day 20-20 cricket tournament between Sri Lanka and Pakistan cricket teams. Following is the flow chart is for the Sri Lanka Cricket captain to try out the toss and decision making. What are the conditions that must be included in symbols A and B, respectively?

#6. What is the special name used to refer to the following objects used in Scratch?

#7. A collection or stack of blocks that all interlock with one another is called?

#8. A Scratch script/program begins with _______

#9. What can be used to set an increment (ex. count = count+1) in a count-controlled loop in scratch?

#10. If there are many alternative solutions, it is easy to solve that problem.

#11. If there are many alternative solutions, it is more likely that the problem will be solved.

#12. Data can be categorized according to the values that can be stored in variables. These are called Strings.

#13. When assigning values to a variable, the name of the variable is indicated to the right of the assignment operator sign and value to the left.

#14. Each value stored in an array has its own unique index. Its largest index number is equal to the length of the array or the number of elements in the array.

#15. Pseudo-codes are independent of a computer programming language.

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