Baseline Test 2 Statistics - Tables

How difficult are the questions?

  • The number in each cell is the percentage of the group that got this question wrong.
  • A high number indicates a difficult question, a low number an easy question.
  • Question Year 6 Year 7 Year 8 Year 9 Year 10
    Boys Girls All Boys Girls All Boys Girls All Boys Girls All Boys Girls All
    1 0 0 0 11 6 9 8 9 9 9 10 10
    2 0 0 0 0 7 4 6 5 4 5 7 5 6
    3 0 33 50 42 29 19 24 23 17 20 20 16 18
    4 100 33 50 42 73 71 72 75 75 75 75 77 76
    5 100 33 50 42 46 44 45 43 43 43 46 46 46
    6 100 33 50 42 38 28 33 35 26 31 38 35 37
    7 100 0 0 0 28 26 27 30 29 30 34 35 35
    8 100 67 100 84 71 68 70 70 73 72 74 76 75
    9 100 33 0 17 64 58 61 62 58 60 63 59 61
    10 100 67 0 34 67 70 69 67 71 69 71 75 73
    11 100 100 50 75 63 55 59 63 59 61 65 64 65
    12 0 67 100 84 74 70 72 74 69 72 73 73 73
    13 100 67 0 34 66 65 66 63 64 64 62 64 63
    14 100 100 0 50 69 65 67 68 67 68 67 66 67
    15 0 33 0 17 20 16 18 17 15 16 19 17 18
    16 0 33 50 42 52 49 51 55 55 55 58 60 59
    17 100 100 50 75 74 68 71 75 69 72 75 73 74
    18 100 67 50 59 48 38 43 51 41 46 54 48 51
    19 100 67 50 59 72 71 72 68 72 70 69 75 72
    20 0 100 0 50 66 64 65 65 62 64 67 64 66
    21 0 67 50 59 55 52 54 55 55 55 57 57 57
    22 100 67 0 34 86 83 85 89 87 88 88 87 88
    23 100 100 50 75 77 73 75 78 76 77 78 77 78
    24 100 100 50 75 58 52 55 56 51 54 58 54 56
    25 100 100 50 75 53 45 49 49 41 45 51 46 49
    26 0 0 50 25 59 46 53 58 53 56 60 56 58
    27 100 100 50 75 73 64 69 67 67 67 71 71 71
    28 100 67 0 34 41 32 37 40 34 37 42 38 40
    29 100 67 0 34 34 30 32 37 31 34 44 38 41
    30 0 33 0 17 23 23 23 24 24 24 28 28 28
    31 100 33 0 17 58 58 58 59 64 62 65 69 67
    32 100 67 50 59 61 61 61 66 65 66 70 72 71
    33 100 100 50 75 82 84 83 84 82 83 82 82 82
    34 0 33 0 17 34 27 31 33 28 31 34 31 33
    35 100 67 0 34 54 57 56 51 54 53 55 55 55
    36 100 67 50 59 41 53 47 47 51 49 51 56 54
    37 0 33 0 17 50 40 45 51 46 49 53 50 52
    38 100 67 50 59 58 54 56 60 58 59 62 64 63
    39 100 67 50 59 68 69 69 69 74 72 71 75 73
    40 100 67 50 59 60 52 56 60 53 57 60 56 58
    41 100 67 50 59 53 51 52 46 56 51 49 58 54
    42 100 67 50 59 37 30 34 37 26 32 36 35 36
    43 0 67 100 84 59 45 52 52 43 48 55 50 53
    44 100 0 0 0 70 63 67 70 64 67 73 72 73
    45 100 67 50 59 54 45 50 50 42 46 51 46 49
    46 100 100 50 75 66 58 62 68 63 66 70 69 70
    47 100 33 50 42 64 58 61 65 61 63 67 66 67
    48 100 33 50 42 74 75 75 75 77 76 71 74 73
    49 100 67 50 59 59 56 58 62 62 62 61 64 63
    50 100 67 0 34 69 69 69 71 70 71 70 71 71

    Popular wrong answers.

  • This table identifies the wrong answer with the most selections for each question for each group.
  • Question Year 6 Year 7 Year 8 Year 9 Year 10
    Boys Girls All Boys Girls All Boys Girls All Boys Girls All Boys Girls All
    1

    b. ellipse.

    b. ellipse.

    b. ellipse.

    b. ellipse.

    d. circle.

    b. ellipse.

    d. circle.

    d. circle.

    d. circle.

    d. circle.

    d. circle.

    d. circle.

    2

    a. sheep.

    a. sheep.

    a. sheep.

    a. sheep.

    a. sheep.

    b. cows.

    a. sheep.

    b. cows.

    a. sheep.

    a. sheep.

    a. sheep.

    a. sheep.

    a. sheep.

    a. sheep.

    3

    a. the bank might shut before they come back.

    a. the bank might shut before they come back.

    c. someone might see their password in their account.

    c. someone might see their password in their account.

    c. someone might see their password in their account.

    c. someone might see their password in their account.

    c. someone might see their password in their account.

    c. someone might see their password in their account.

    c. someone might see their password in their account.

    c. someone might see their password in their account.

    c. someone might see their password in their account.

    c. someone might see their password in their account.

    c. someone might see their password in their account.

    c. someone might see their password in their account.

    4

    b. not meet under any circumstances.

    b. not meet under any circumstances.

    c. invite the person to your house to meet your parents or other adults you trust first.

    b. not meet under any circumstances.

    b. not meet under any circumstances.

    b. not meet under any circumstances.

    b. not meet under any circumstances.

    b. not meet under any circumstances.

    b. not meet under any circumstances.

    b. not meet under any circumstances.

    b. not meet under any circumstances.

    b. not meet under any circumstances.

    b. not meet under any circumstances.

    b. not meet under any circumstances.

    5

    d. can be given a copyright license.

    d. can be given a copyright license.

    b. will always be quicker to draw.

    b. will always be quicker to draw.

    b. will always be quicker to draw.

    b. will always be quicker to draw.

    b. will always be quicker to draw.

    b. will always be quicker to draw.

    b. will always be quicker to draw.

    b. will always be quicker to draw.

    b. will always be quicker to draw.

    b. will always be quicker to draw.

    b. will always be quicker to draw.

    b. will always be quicker to draw.

    6

    a. Mary had a little lamb its fleece was white as snow.

    a. Mary had a little lamb its fleece was white as snow.

    c. Light takes 8 minutes to travel to Earth from the Sun.

    d. Apples, Oranges, Grapefruit and Pears.

    d. Apples, Oranges, Grapefruit and Pears.

    c. Light takes 8 minutes to travel to Earth from the Sun.

    d. Apples, Oranges, Grapefruit and Pears.

    c. Light takes 8 minutes to travel to Earth from the Sun.

    c. Light takes 8 minutes to travel to Earth from the Sun.

    c. Light takes 8 minutes to travel to Earth from the Sun.

    c. Light takes 8 minutes to travel to Earth from the Sun.

    c. Light takes 8 minutes to travel to Earth from the Sun.

    c. Light takes 8 minutes to travel to Earth from the Sun.

    c. Light takes 8 minutes to travel to Earth from the Sun.

    7

    b. just like any other foreign language.

    b. just like any other foreign language.

    b. just like any other foreign language.

    b. just like any other foreign language.

    b. just like any other foreign language.

    c. an example of computer processing and memory hardware.

    c. an example of computer processing and memory hardware.

    c. an example of computer processing and memory hardware.

    c. an example of computer processing and memory hardware.

    c. an example of computer processing and memory hardware.

    c. an example of computer processing and memory hardware.

    c. an example of computer processing and memory hardware.

    c. an example of computer processing and memory hardware.

    c. an example of computer processing and memory hardware.

    8

    d. If the number of the rectangle is even, it must be red.

    d. If the number of the rectangle is even, it must be red.

    a. Since the first rectangle is red there will be more red squares altogether.

    b. 3000 volts of electricity will be needed for 3000 connections.

    b. 3000 volts of electricity will be needed for 3000 connections.

    b. 3000 volts of electricity will be needed for 3000 connections.

    b. 3000 volts of electricity will be needed for 3000 connections.

    b. 3000 volts of electricity will be needed for 3000 connections.

    b. 3000 volts of electricity will be needed for 3000 connections.

    b. 3000 volts of electricity will be needed for 3000 connections.

    b. 3000 volts of electricity will be needed for 3000 connections.

    b. 3000 volts of electricity will be needed for 3000 connections.

    b. 3000 volts of electricity will be needed for 3000 connections.

    b. 3000 volts of electricity will be needed for 3000 connections.

    9

    d. Print the word End to signal that the program is coming to an end.

    d. Print the word End to signal that the program is coming to an end.

    d. Print the word End to signal that the program is coming to an end.

    a. Print a list of names.

    d. Print the word End to signal that the program is coming to an end.

    b. Print the name of the user of the program.

    b. Print the name of the user of the program.

    b. Print the name of the user of the program.

    a. Print a list of names.

    b. Print the name of the user of the program.

    a. Print a list of names.

    b. Print the name of the user of the program.

    b. Print the name of the user of the program.

    b. Print the name of the user of the program.

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    d. A computer model needs at least 1 GB of memory in the computer. 

    d. A computer model needs at least 1 GB of memory in the computer. 

    c. A computer model is often more accurate than the real things that it models.

    a. A computer model needs a powerful graphics processor.

    c. A computer model is often more accurate than the real things that it models.

    d. A computer model needs at least 1 GB of memory in the computer. 

    d. A computer model needs at least 1 GB of memory in the computer. 

    d. A computer model needs at least 1 GB of memory in the computer. 

    d. A computer model needs at least 1 GB of memory in the computer. 

    d. A computer model needs at least 1 GB of memory in the computer. 

    d. A computer model needs at least 1 GB of memory in the computer. 

    d. A computer model needs at least 1 GB of memory in the computer. 

    d. A computer model needs at least 1 GB of memory in the computer. 

    d. A computer model needs at least 1 GB of memory in the computer. 

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    d. The algorithm is only useful in short sentences.

    d. The algorithm is only useful in short sentences.

    a. It does not matter which order the 4 instructions are applied.

    b. The algorithm would be more efficient if instruction 3 was put before instruction 2.

    b. The algorithm would be more efficient if instruction 3 was put before instruction 2.

    b. The algorithm would be more efficient if instruction 3 was put before instruction 2.

    b. The algorithm would be more efficient if instruction 3 was put before instruction 2.

    b. The algorithm would be more efficient if instruction 3 was put before instruction 2.

    b. The algorithm would be more efficient if instruction 3 was put before instruction 2.

    b. The algorithm would be more efficient if instruction 3 was put before instruction 2.

    b. The algorithm would be more efficient if instruction 3 was put before instruction 2.

    b. The algorithm would be more efficient if instruction 3 was put before instruction 2.

    b. The algorithm would be more efficient if instruction 3 was put before instruction 2.

    b. The algorithm would be more efficient if instruction 3 was put before instruction 2.

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    a. leave the program as it is

    a. leave the program as it is

    b. Replace WHILE and ENDWHILE with IF and ENDIF

    c. "PRINT count" should be moved after "MAKE count INTO count + 1"

    c. "PRINT count" should be moved after "MAKE count INTO count + 1"

    c. "PRINT count" should be moved after "MAKE count INTO count + 1"

    c. "PRINT count" should be moved after "MAKE count INTO count + 1"

    c. "PRINT count" should be moved after "MAKE count INTO count + 1"

    c. "PRINT count" should be moved after "MAKE count INTO count + 1"

    c. "PRINT count" should be moved after "MAKE count INTO count + 1"

    c. "PRINT count" should be moved after "MAKE count INTO count + 1"

    c. "PRINT count" should be moved after "MAKE count INTO count + 1"

    c. "PRINT count" should be moved after "MAKE count INTO count + 1"

    c. "PRINT count" should be moved after "MAKE count INTO count + 1"

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    a. .png

    a. .png

    a. .png

    a. .png

    a. .png

    a. .png

    a. .png

    a. .png

    a. .png

    a. .png

    a. .png

    a. .png

    a. .png

    a. .png

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    b. .bmp

    b. .bmp

    b. .bmp

    a. .bnp

    b. .bmp

    b. .bmp

    b. .bmp

    b. .bmp

    b. .bmp

    b. .bmp

    b. .bmp

    b. .bmp

    b. .bmp

    b. .bmp

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    b. an invention of the Ford Motor Company

    b. an invention of the Ford Motor Company

    c. an abstraction of a diesel engine

    b. an invention of the Ford Motor Company

    c. an abstraction of a diesel engine

    d. software used to format discs

    d. software used to format discs

    d. software used to format discs

    d. software used to format discs

    d. software used to format discs

    d. software used to format discs

    d. software used to format discs

    d. software used to format discs

    d. software used to format discs

    16

    a. always be shown a random set of advertisements.

    a. always be shown a random set of advertisements.

    d. always be shown advertisements on sites that provide useful information at no charge.

     

    a. always be shown a random set of advertisements.

    a. always be shown a random set of advertisements.

    a. always be shown a random set of advertisements.

    a. always be shown a random set of advertisements.

    a. always be shown a random set of advertisements.

    a. always be shown a random set of advertisements.

    a. always be shown a random set of advertisements.

    a. always be shown a random set of advertisements.

    a. always be shown a random set of advertisements.

    a. always be shown a random set of advertisements.

    a. always be shown a random set of advertisements.

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    c. has errors in it and only becomes executable code once it has been debugged.

    c. has errors in it and only becomes executable code once it has been debugged.

    a. has to be run on a desktop computer whereas executable code will run on a mobile phone or tablet.

    c. has errors in it and only becomes executable code once it has been debugged.

    c. has errors in it and only becomes executable code once it has been debugged.

    a. has to be run on a desktop computer whereas executable code will run on a mobile phone or tablet.

    a. has to be run on a desktop computer whereas executable code will run on a mobile phone or tablet.

    a. has to be run on a desktop computer whereas executable code will run on a mobile phone or tablet.

    a. has to be run on a desktop computer whereas executable code will run on a mobile phone or tablet.

    a. has to be run on a desktop computer whereas executable code will run on a mobile phone or tablet.

    a. has to be run on a desktop computer whereas executable code will run on a mobile phone or tablet.

    a. has to be run on a desktop computer whereas executable code will run on a mobile phone or tablet.

    a. has to be run on a desktop computer whereas executable code will run on a mobile phone or tablet.

    a. has to be run on a desktop computer whereas executable code will run on a mobile phone or tablet.

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    c. a real variable

    c. a real variable

    c. a real variable

    c. a real variable

    c. a real variable

    c. a real variable

    c. a real variable

    c. a real variable

    c. a real variable

    c. a real variable

    c. a real variable

    c. a real variable

    c. a real variable

    c. a real variable

    19

    d. 800  x 600

    d. 800  x 600

    b. 1920 x 1080

    b. 1920 x 1080

    b. 1920 x 1080

    b. 1920 x 1080

    d. 800  x 600

    d. 800  x 600

    b. 1920 x 1080

    b. 1920 x 1080

    b. 1920 x 1080

    b. 1920 x 1080

    b. 1920 x 1080

    b. 1920 x 1080

    20

    a. she has given up the copyright and anyone can copy the programme without any conditions.

    a. she has given up the copyright and anyone can copy the programme without any conditions.

    a. she has given up the copyright and anyone can copy the program without any conditions.

    a. she has given up the copyright and anyone can copy the programme without any conditions.

    a. she has given up the copyright and anyone can copy the program without any conditions.

    a. she has given up the copyright and anyone can copy the program without any conditions.

    a. she has given up the copyright and anyone can copy the program without any conditions.

    a. she has given up the copyright and anyone can copy the program without any conditions.

    a. she has given up the copyright and anyone can copy the program without any conditions.

    a. she has given up the copyright and anyone can copy the program without any conditions.

    a. she has given up the copyright and anyone can copy the program without any conditions.

    a. she has given up the copyright and anyone can copy the program without any conditions.

    a. she has given up the copyright and anyone can copy the program without any conditions.

    a. she has given up the copyright and anyone can copy the program without any conditions.

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    a. file an application with the government and pay a fee.

    a. file an application with the government and pay a fee.

    c. be a member of the professional association of copyrighters.

    a. file an application with the government and pay a fee.

    a. file an application with the government and pay a fee.

    a. file an application with the government and pay a fee.

    a. file an application with the government and pay a fee.

    a. file an application with the government and pay a fee.

    a. file an application with the government and pay a fee.

    a. file an application with the government and pay a fee.

    a. file an application with the government and pay a fee.

    a. file an application with the government and pay a fee.

    a. file an application with the government and pay a fee.

    a. file an application with the government and pay a fee.

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    b. dimming

    b. dimming

    b. dimming

    a. digital

    b. dimming

    b. dimming

    b. dimming

    b. dimming

    b. dimming

    b. dimming

    b. dimming

    b. dimming

    b. dimming

    b. dimming

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    c. sequence.

    c. sequence.

    b. compress.

    c. sequence.

    c. sequence.

    c. sequence.

    c. sequence.

    c. sequence.

    c. sequence.

    c. sequence.

    c. sequence.

    c. sequence.

    c. sequence.

    c. sequence.

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    d. only use the network from your own computer.

    d. only use the network from your own computer.

    a. never write your password down.

    d. only use the network from your own computer.

    d. only use the network from your own computer.

    d. only use the network from your own computer.

    a. never write your password down.

    a. never write your password down.

    d. only use the network from your own computer.

    a. never write your password down.

    d. only use the network from your own computer.

    d. only use the network from your own computer.

    a. never write your password down.

    d. only use the network from your own computer.

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    d. only collected by using the internet.

    d. only collected by using the internet.

    b. the same thing as data.

    c. always independent of data.

    c. always independent of data.

    b. the same thing as data.

    b. the same thing as data.

    b. the same thing as data.

    b. the same thing as data.

    b. the same thing as data.

    b. the same thing as data.

    b. the same thing as data.

    b. the same thing as data.

    b. the same thing as data.

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    a. It is impossible to represent these data using numbers.

    a. It is impossible to represent these data using numbers.

    a. It is impossible to represent these data using numbers.

    d. In order to make sense of these data the computer would have to put them in a different order.

    d. In order to make sense of these data the computer would have to put them in a different order.

    b. There is no common factor to these data.

    b. There is no common factor to these data.

    b. There is no common factor to these data.

    b. There is no common factor to these data.

    b. There is no common factor to these data.

    b. There is no common factor to these data.

    b. There is no common factor to these data.

    b. There is no common factor to these data.

    b. There is no common factor to these data.

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    c. would make the program too big and slow to be usable.

    c. would make the program too big and slow to be usable.

    a. is impossible which is why data files have file extensions such as .doc.

    c. would make the program too big and slow to be usable.

    a. is impossible which is why data files have file extensions such as .doc.

    a. is impossible which is why data files have file extensions such as .doc.

    a. is impossible which is why data files have file extensions such as .doc.

    a. is impossible which is why data files have file extensions such as .doc.

    a. is impossible which is why data files have file extensions such as .doc.

    a. is impossible which is why data files have file extensions such as .doc.

    a. is impossible which is why data files have file extensions such as .doc.

    a. is impossible which is why data files have file extensions such as .doc.

    a. is impossible which is why data files have file extensions such as .doc.

    a. is impossible which is why data files have file extensions such as .doc.

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    a. something only worth doing in a library for book titles.

    a. something only worth doing in a library for book titles.

    a. something only worth doing in a library for book titles.

    a. something only worth doing in a library for book titles.

    a. something only worth doing in a library for book titles.

    d. most effective when the same information is only searched once.

    d. most effective when the same information is only searched once.

    d. most effective when the same information is only searched once.

    d. most effective when the same information is only searched once.

    d. most effective when the same information is only searched once.

    d. most effective when the same information is only searched once.

    d. most effective when the same information is only searched once.

    d. most effective when the same information is only searched once.

    d. most effective when the same information is only searched once.

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    a. remix.

    a. remix.

    a. remix.

    a. remix.

    a. remix.

    a. remix.

    d. open source.

    d. open source.

    a. remix.

    d. open source.

    a. remix.

    a. remix.

    d. open source.

    d. open source.

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    a. password3.

    a. password3.

    a. password3.

    a. password3.

    a. password3.

    c. 73percent$.

    c. 73percent$.

    c. 73percent$.

    c. 73percent$.

    c. 73percent$.

    c. 73percent$.

    c. 73percent$.

    c. 73percent$.

    c. 73percent$.

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    b. software

    b. software

    d. schools

    b. software

    d. schools

    b. software

    b. software

    b. software

    b. software

    b. software

    b. software

    b. software

    b. software

    b. software

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    a. a very strong program.

    a. a very strong program.

    c. a way of organising data.

    c. a way of organising data.

    c. a way of organising data.

    a. a very strong program.

    c. a way of organising data.

    c. a way of organising data.

    a. a very strong program.

    c. a way of organising data.

    a. a very strong program.

    a. a very strong program.

    c. a way of organising data.

    a. a very strong program.

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    d. is not stolen.

    d. is not stolen.

    a. is accurate.

    a. is accurate.

    a. is accurate.

    a. is accurate.

    a. is accurate.

    a. is accurate.

    a. is accurate.

    a. is accurate.

    a. is accurate.

    a. is accurate.

    a. is accurate.

    a. is accurate.

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    a. a motherboard.

    a. a motherboard.

    b. DDR RAM.

    a. a motherboard.

    b. DDR RAM.

    a. a motherboard.

    a. a motherboard.

    a. a motherboard.

    b. DDR RAM.

    a. a motherboard.

    b. DDR RAM.

    b. DDR RAM.

    a. a motherboard.

    a. a motherboard.

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    b. good conductors of electricity

    b. good conductors of electricity

    b. good conductors of electricity

    b. good conductors of electricity

    b. good conductors of electricity

    b. good conductors of electricity

    b. good conductors of electricity

    b. good conductors of electricity

    b. good conductors of electricity

    b. good conductors of electricity

    b. good conductors of electricity

    b. good conductors of electricity

    b. good conductors of electricity

    b. good conductors of electricity

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    d. you can get TV over cable but not over wireless.

    d. you can get TV over cable but not over wireless.

    a. it is less expensive to install cable than wireless connections.

    b. more devices have cable connectors than wireless connectors.

    b. more devices have cable connectors than wireless connectors.

    a. it is less expensive to install cable than wireless connections.

    a. it is less expensive to install cable than wireless connections.

    a. it is less expensive to install cable than wireless connections.

    a. it is less expensive to install cable than wireless connections.

    a. it is less expensive to install cable than wireless connections.

    a. it is less expensive to install cable than wireless connections.

    a. it is less expensive to install cable than wireless connections.

    a. it is less expensive to install cable than wireless connections.

    a. it is less expensive to install cable than wireless connections.

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    a. 1000

    a. 1000

    d. 10,000,000

    a. 1000

    d. 10,000,000

    b. 100,000

    b. 100,000

    b. 100,000

    b. 100,000

    b. 100,000

    b. 100,000

    b. 100,000

    b. 100,000

    b. 100,000

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    c. 6 million

    c. 6 million

    a. 1 million

    c. 6 million

    c. 6 million

    c. 6 million

    c. 6 million

    c. 6 million

    b. 3 million

    c. 6 million

    c. 6 million

    c. 6 million

    c. 6 million

    c. 6 million

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    a. slow storage is usually cheapest.

    a. slow storage is usually cheapest.

    a. slow storage is usually cheapest.

    c.computer processors can work faster than any large scale storage.

    a. slow storage is usually cheapest.

    c.computer processors can work faster than any large scale storage.

    c.computer processors can work faster than any large scale storage.

    c.computer processors can work faster than any large scale storage.

    c.computer processors can work faster than any large scale storage.

    c.computer processors can work faster than any large scale storage.

    c.computer processors can work faster than any large scale storage.

    c.computer processors can work faster than any large scale storage.

    c.computer processors can work faster than any large scale storage.

    c.computer processors can work faster than any large scale storage.

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    c. 76

    c. 76

    b. 75

    c. 76

    c. 76

    b. 75

    b. 75

    b. 75

    b. 75

    b. 75

    b. 75

    b. 75

    b. 75

    b. 75

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    d. MS Word

    d. MS Word

    b. inkscape

    d. MS Word

    d. MS Word

    d. MS Word

    d. MS Word

    d. MS Word

    d. MS Word

    d. MS Word

    d. MS Word

    d. MS Word

    d. MS Word

    d. MS Word

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    a. money for poor people.

    a. money for poor people.

    a. money for poor people.

    c. change for a 20p piece.

    c. change for a 20p piece.

    c. change for a 20p piece.

    c. change for a 20p piece.

    c. change for a 20p piece.

    c. change for a 20p piece.

    c. change for a 20p piece.

    c. change for a 20p piece.

    c. change for a 20p piece.

    c. change for a 20p piece.

    c. change for a 20p piece.

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    a. a loop.

    a. a loop.

    d. a lap.

    b. a procedure.

    b. a procedure.

    b. a procedure.

    b. a procedure.

    b. a procedure.

    b. a procedure.

    b. a procedure.

    b. a procedure.

    b. a procedure.

    b. a procedure.

    b. a procedure.

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    b. link back to A.

    b. link back to A.

    a. link to the circle on the right.

    a. link to the circle on the right.

    a. link to the circle on the right.

    b. link back to A.

    b. link back to A.

    b. link back to A.

    b. link back to A.

    b. link back to A.

    b. link back to A.

    b. link back to A.

    b. link back to A.

    b. link back to A.

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    c. the value of the coins is equal to two 20p coins.

    c. the value of the coins is equal to two 20p coins.

    d. 20p can be given in exchange for 50p and some chocolate.

    b. 40p can be given in exchange for 50p.

    b. 40p can be given in exchange for 50p.

    c. the value of the coins is equal to two 20p coins.

    c. the value of the coins is equal to two 20p coins.

    c. the value of the coins is equal to two 20p coins.

    c. the value of the coins is equal to two 20p coins.

    c. the value of the coins is equal to two 20p coins.

    c. the value of the coins is equal to two 20p coins.

    c. the value of the coins is equal to two 20p coins.

    c. the value of the coins is equal to two 20p coins.

    c. the value of the coins is equal to two 20p coins.

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    d. only needed if the machine has run out of 20p coins.

    d. only needed if the machine has run out of 20p coins.

    d. only needed if the machine has run out of 20p coins.

    a. not needed because there is a check for 10p coins at C.

    d. only needed if the machine has run out of 20p coins.

    a. not needed because there is a check for 10p coins at C.

    a. not needed because there is a check for 10p coins at C.

    a. not needed because there is a check for 10p coins at C.

    a. not needed because there is a check for 10p coins at C.

    a. not needed because there is a check for 10p coins at C.

    a. not needed because there is a check for 10p coins at C.

    a. not needed because there is a check for 10p coins at C.

    a. not needed because there is a check for 10p coins at C.

    a. not needed because there is a check for 10p coins at C.

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    a. give exactly the right change.

    a. give exactly the right change.

    a. give exactly the right change.

    a. give exactly the right change.

    a. give exactly the right change.

    a. give exactly the right change.

    a. give exactly the right change.

    a. give exactly the right change.

    d. give 5 x 10p coins.

    d. give 5 x 10p coins.

    d. give 5 x 10p coins.

    d. give 5 x 10p coins.

    a. give exactly the right change.

    a. give exactly the right change.

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    d. prevent advertisements displaying on websites.

    d. prevent advertisements displaying on websites.

    b. stop viruses attacking web sites.

    c. collect statistics on website visits.

    c. collect statistics on website visits.

    b. stop viruses attacking web sites.

    b. stop viruses attacking web sites.

    b. stop viruses attacking web sites.

    b. stop viruses attacking web sites.

    b. stop viruses attacking web sites.

    b. stop viruses attacking web sites.

    b. stop viruses attacking web sites.

    b. stop viruses attacking web sites.

    b. stop viruses attacking web sites.

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    a. a special web site.

    a. a special web site.

    c. a way of protecting computers from malware.

    c. a way of protecting computers from malware.

    c. a way of protecting computers from malware.

    c. a way of protecting computers from malware.

    c. a way of protecting computers from malware.

    c. a way of protecting computers from malware.

    c. a way of protecting computers from malware.

    c. a way of protecting computers from malware.

    c. a way of protecting computers from malware.

    c. a way of protecting computers from malware.

    c. a way of protecting computers from malware.

    c. a way of protecting computers from malware.

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    a. help recognise the programmer that produced the code.

    a. help recognise the programmer that produced the code.

    a. help recognise the programmer that produced the code.

    a. help recognise the programmer that produced the code.

    a. help recognise the programmer that produced the code.

    c. make sure accounts are secure when authorised and linked to the user.

    c. make sure accounts are secure when authorised and linked to the user.

    c. make sure accounts are secure when authorised and linked to the user.

    c. make sure accounts are secure when authorised and linked to the user.

    c. make sure accounts are secure when authorised and linked to the user.

    c. make sure accounts are secure when authorised and linked to the user.

    c. make sure accounts are secure when authorised and linked to the user.

    c. make sure accounts are secure when authorised and linked to the user.

    c. make sure accounts are secure when authorised and linked to the user.