### AMCAT Computer Programming Previous Years Question answers with Solutions 1

**Ques1. There is a new data-type which can take as values natural numbers between**

**(and including) 0 and 25. How many minimum bits are required to store this datatype.**

Op 1: 4

Op 2: 5

Op 3: 1

Op 4: 3

Op 5:

Correct Op : 2

**Ques2. A data type is stored as an 6 bit signed integer. Which of the following cannot**

**be represented by this data type?**

Op 1: -12

Op 2: 0

Op 3: 32

Op 4: 18

Op 5:

Correct Op : 3

**Ques3. A language has 28 different letters in total. Each word in the language is**

**composed of maximum 7 letters. You want to create a data-type to store a word of**

**this language. You decide to store the word as an array of letters. How many bits will**

**you assign to the data-type to be able to store all kinds of words of the language.**

Op 1: 7

Op 2: 35

Op 3: 28

Op 4: 196

Op 5:

Correct Op : 2

**Ques4. A 10-bit unsigned integer has the following range:**

Op 1: 0 to 1000

Op 2: 0 to 1024

Op 3: 1 to 1025

Op 4: 0 to 1023

Op 5:

Correct Op : 4

**Ques5. Rajni wants to create a data-type for the number of books in her book case.**

**Her shelf can accommodate a maximum of 75 books. She allocates 7 bits to the datatype.**

**Later another shelf is added to her book-case. She realizes that she can still use**

**the same data-type for storing the number of books in her book-case. What is the**

**maximum possible capacity of her new added shelf?**

Op 1: 52

Op 2: 127

Op 3: 53

Op 4: 75

Op 5:

Correct Op : 1

**Ques6. A new language has 15 possible letters, 8 different kinds of punctuation marks**

**and a blank character. Rahul wants to create two data types, first one which could**

**store the letters of the language and a second one which could store any character in**

**the language. The number of bits required to store these two data-types will**

**respectively be:**

Op 1: 3 and 4

Op 2: 4 and 3

Op 3: 4 and 5

Op 4: 3 and 5

Op 5:

Correct Op : 3

**Ques7. Parul takes as input two numbers: a and b. a and b can take integer values**

**between 0 and 255. She stores a, b and c as 1-byte data type. She writes the**

**following code statement to process a and b and put the result in c.**

**c = a + 2*b**

**To her surprise her program gives the right output with some input values of a and b,**

**while gives an erroneous answer for others. For which of the following inputs will it**

**give a wrong answer?**

Op 1: a = 10 b = 200

Op 2: a = 200 b = 10

Op 3: a = 50 b = 100

Op 4: a = 100 b = 50

Op 5:

Correct Op : 1

**Ques8. Prashant takes as input 2 integer numbers, a and b, whose value can be**

**between 0 and 127. He stores them as 7 bit numbers. He writes the following code**

**to process these numbers to produce a third number c.**

**c = a - b**

**In how many minimum bits should Prashant store c?**

Op 1: 6 bits

Op 2: 7 bits

Op 3: 8 bits

Op 4: 9 bits

Op 5:

Correct Op : 3

**Ques9. Ankita takes as input 2 integer numbers, a and b, whose value can be between**

**0 and 31. He stores them as 5 bit numbers. He writes the following code to process**

**these numbers to produce a third number c.**

**c = 2*(a - b)**

**In how many minimum bits should Ankita store c?**

Op 1: 6 bits

Op 2: 7 bits

Op 3: 8 bits

Op 4: 9 bits

Op 5:

Correct Op : 2

**Ques10. A character in new programming language is stored in 2 bytes. A string is**

**represented as an array of characters. A word is stored as a string. Each byte in the**

**memory has an address. The word "Mahatma Gandhi" is stored in the memory with**

**starting address 456. The letter 'd' will be at which memory address?**

Op 1: 468

Op 2: 480

Op 3: 478

Op 4: 467

Op 5:

Correct Op : 3

**Ques11. Stuti is making a questionnaire of True-false questions. She wants to define a**

**data-type which stores the response of the candidate for the question. What is the**

**most-suited data type for this purpose?**

Op 1: integer

Op 2: boolean

Op 3: float

Op 4: character

Op 5:

Correct Op : 2

**Ques12. What will be the output of the following pseudo-code statements:**

**integer a = 456, b, c, d =10**

**b = a/d**

**c = a - b**

**print c**

Op 1: 410

Op 2: 410.4

Op 3: 411.4

Op 4: 411

Op 5:

Correct Op : 4

**Ques13. What will be the output of the following pseudo-code statements:**

**integer a = 984, b, c, d =10**

**print remainder(a,d) // remainder when a is divided by d**

**a = a/d**

**print remainder(a,d) // remainder when a is divided by d**

Op 1: 48

Op 2: Error

Op 3: 84

Op 4: 44

Op 5:

Correct Op : 1

**Ques. What will be the output of the following code statements?**

**integer a = 50, b = 25, c = 0**

**print ( a > 45 OR b > 50 AND c > 10 )**

Op 1: 1

Op 2: 0

Op 3: -1

Op 4: 10

Op 5:

Correct Op : 1

**Ques14. What will be the output of the following code statements?**

**integer a = 50, b = 25, c = 5**

**print a * b / c + c**

Op 1: 120

Op 2: 125

Op 3: 255

Op 4: 250

Op 5:

Correct Op : 3

**Ques15. What will be the output of the following code statements?**

**integer a = 10, b = 35, c = 5**

**print a * b / c - c**

Op 1: 65

Op 2: 60

Op 3: Error

Op 4: 70

Op 5:

Correct Op : 1

**Ques16. integer a = 10, b = 35, c = 5**

**Comment about the output of the two statements?**

**print a * b + c / d**

**print c / d + a * b**

Op 1: Differ due to left-to-right precedence

Op 2: Differ by 10

Op 3: Differ by 20

Op 4: Same

Op 5:

Correct Op : 4

**Ques17. integer a = 40, b = 35, c = 20, d = 10**

**Comment about the output of the following two statements:**

**print a * b / c - d**

**print a * b / (c - d)**

Op 1: Differ by 80

Op 2: Same

Op 3: Differ by 50

Op 4: Differ by 160

Op 5:

Correct Op : 1

**Ques18. integer a = 60, b = 35, c = -30**

**What will be the output of the following two statements:**

**print ( a > 45 OR b > 50 AND c > 10 )**

**print ( ( a > 45 OR b > 50 ) AND c > 10 )**

Op 1: 0 and 1

Op 2: 0 and 0

Op 3: 1 and 1

Op 4: 1 and 0

Op 5:

Correct Op : 4

**Ques19. What will be the output of the following pseudo-code statements:**

**integer a = 984, b=10**

**//float is a data-type to store real numbers.**

**float c**

**c = a / b**

**print c**

Op 1: 984

Op 2: 98.4

Op 3: 98

Op 4: Error

Op 5:

Correct Op : 3

**Ques20. What will be the output of the following pseudo-code statements:**

**integer a = 984**

**//float is a data-type to store rational numbers.**

**float b= 10, c**

**c = a / b**

**print c**

Op 1: 984

Op 2: Error

Op 3: 98.4

Op 4: 98

Op 5:

Correct Op : 3

**Ques21. Smriti wants to make a program to print the sum of square of the first 5 whole**

**numbers (0...4). She writes the following program:**

**integer i = 0 // statement 1**

**integer sum = 0 // statement 2**

**while ( i < 5 ) // statement 3**

**{**

**sum = i*i // statement 4**

**i = i + 1 // statement 5**

**}**

**print sum // statement 6**

**Is her program correct? If not, which statement will you modify to correct it?**

Op 1: No error, the program is correct.

Op 2: Statement 1

Op 3: Statement 4

Op 4: statement 6

Op 5:

Correct Op : 3

**Ques22. Shashi wants to make a program to print the sum of the first 10 multiples of 5.**

**She writes the following program, where statement 5 is missing:**

**integer i = 0**

**integer sum = 0**

**while ( i <= 50 )**

**{**

**sum = sum + i**

**-- MISSING STATEMENT 5 --**

**}**

**print sum**

**Which of the following will you use for statement 5?**

Op 1: i = 5

Op 2: i = 5 * i

Op 3: i = i + 1

Op 4: i = i + 5

Op 5:

Correct Op : 4

**Ques23. Shantanu wants to make a program to print the sum of the first 7 multiples of**

**6. He writes the following program:**

**integer i = 0 // statement 1**

**integer sum // statement 2**

**while ( i <= 42 ) // statement 3**

**{**

**sum = sum + i // statement 4**

**i = i + 6;**

**}**

**print sum // statement 6**

**Does this program have an error? If yes, which one statement will you modify to**

**correct the program?**

Op 1: Statement 1

Op 2: Statement 2

Op 3: Statement 3

Op 4: Statement 4

Op 5:

Correct Op : 2

**Ques24. Sharmili wants to make a program to print the sum of all perfect cubes, where**

**the value of the cubes go from 0 to 100. She writes the following program:**

**integer i = 0, a // statement 1**

**integer sum = 0;**

**a = ( i * i * i )**

**while ( i < 100 ) // statement 2**

**{**

**sum = sum + a // statement 3**

**i = i + 1**

**a = ( i * i * i ) // statement 4**

**}**

**print sum**

**Does this program have an error? If yes, which one statement will you modify to**

**correct the program?**

Op 1: Statement 1

Op 2: Statement 2

Op 3: Statement 3

Op 4: Statement 4

Op 5: No error

Correct Op : 2

**Ques25. Bhavya wants to make a program to print the sum of all perfect squares,**

**where the value of the squares go from 0 to 50. She writes the following program:**

**integer i = 1, a // statement 1**

**integer sum = 0**

**while ( a < 50 ) // statement 2**

**{**

**sum = sum + a // statement 3**

**i = i + 1**

**a = ( i * i ); // statement 4**

**}**

**print sum**

**Does this program have an error? If yes, which one statement will you modify to**

**correct the program?**

Op 1: Statement 1

Op 2: Statement 2

Op 3: Statement 3

Op 4: Statement 4

Op 5: No error

Correct Op : 1

**Ques26. Vijay wants to print the following pattern on the screen:**

**2**

**2 4**

**2 4 6**

**2 4 6 8**

**He writes the following program:**

**integer i = 1, j=2 // statement 1**

**while ( i <= 4 ) // statement 2**

**{**

**j = 2;**

**while ( j <= ? ) // Statement 3**

**{**

**print j**

**print blank space**

**j = j + 2**

**}**

**print end-of-line \takes the cursor to the next line**

**i = i + 1**

**}**

**What is the value of ? in statement 3 ::**

Op 1: 8

Op 2: i

Op 3: 2*i

Op 4: 4

Op 5:

Correct Op : 3

**Ques27. Shravanti writes the following program:**

**integer i = 0, j**

**while ( i < 2 )**

**{j = 0;**

**while ( j <= 3*i )**

**{print j**

**print blank space**

**j = j + 3}**

**print end-of-line \takes the cursor to the next line**

**i = i + 1**

**}**

**What will be the output of the program?**

Op 1: 0

0 3

Op 2: 0 3

0 3 6

Op 3: 0

0 3 6

0 3 6 9

Op 4: 0 3 6

0 3 6 9

0 3 6 9 12

Op 5:

Correct Op : 1

**Ques28. Vijay wants to print the following pattern on the screen:**

**1**

**1 2**

**1 2 3**

**He writes the following program:**

**integer i = 1 // statement 1**

**while ( i <= 3 )**

**{**

**int j // Statement 2**

**while ( j <= i ) // Statement 3**

**{**

**print j**

**print blank space**

**j = j + 1 // Statement 4**

**}**

**print end-of-line \takes the cursor to the next line**

**i = i + 1**

**}**

**Will this program function correctly? If not which one statement will you modify to**

**make the program function correctly?**

Op 1: Statement 1

Op 2: Statement 2

Op 3: Statement 3

Op 4: Statement 4

Op 5: Program does not have error.

Correct Op : 2

**Ques29. Charu writes the following program:**

**integer i = 1, j, a**

**while ( i <= 4 )**

**{**

**j = 1;**

**a = 0;**

**while ( a <= 5*i )**

**{**

**a = 2^j;**

**print a**

**print blank space**

**j = j + 1**

**}**

**print end-of-line \takes the cursor to the next line**

**i = i + 1**

**}**

**What will be the output of the program?**

Op 1: 2

2 4

2 4 8

2 4 8 16

Op 2: 2 4

2 4 8

2 4 8 16

2 4 8 16 32

Op 3: 2 4

2 4 8

2 4 8

2 4 8 16

Op 4: 2

2 4

2 4

2 4 8 16

Op 5:

Correct Op : 3

**Ques30. Himanshu wants to write a program to print the larger of the two inputted**

**number. He writes the following code:**

**int number1, number 2**

**input number1, number 2**

**if (??) // Statement 1**

**print number1**

**else**

**print number2**

**end if**

**Fill in the ?? in statement 1.**

Op 1: number1>number2

Op 2: number2>number1

Op 3: number2 equals number1

Op 4: number1 <= number2

Op 5:

Correct Op : 1

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