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Hexadecimal: Quiz


Question 1: ________ and Locomotive BASIC use & for hex.

Question 2: In early systems when a ________ crashed, one or two lines of hexadecimal code would be displayed under the Sad Mac to tell the user what went wrong.
MacintoshPower Macintosh G3Macintosh hardwarePowerBook

Question 3: Hexadecimal is also commonly used to represent computer ________.
16-bitMemory addressCentral processing unit64-bit

Question 4: In XML and XHTML, characters can be expressed as hexadecimal numeric character references using the notation &#xcode;, where code is the 1- to 6-digit hex number assigned to the character in the ________ standard.
Han unificationUnicodeUTF-8Universal Character Set

Question 5: Other people avoid confusion by using the ________: 4DA is "four-delta-alfa"; or the Joint Army/Navy Phonetic Alphabet ("four-dog-able"); or a similar ad hoc system.
NATO phonetic alphabetUmlaut (diacritic)ÅZ

Question 6: There are no traditional numerals to represent the quantities from ten to fifteen—letters are used as a substitute—and most ________ languages lack non-decimal names for the numerals above ten.
Eastern EuropeWestern EuropeNorthern EuropeCentral Europe

Question 7: Binary data (such as image ________) can be expressed as unprefixed consecutive hexadecimal pairs: AA213FD51B3801043FBC...
Color Graphics AdapterPixelDisplay resolutionRGB color model

Question 8: Users of ________ computers used the letters U through Z.
United KingdomSWAC (computer)Bendix G-15Bendix Corporation

Question 9: Other assembly languages (6502, AT&T, ________), Pascal, Delphi, some versions of BASIC (Commodore) and Forth use $ as a prefix: $5A3.
MotorolaBoeingSears Holdings CorporationCaterpillar Inc.

Question 10: Each hexadecimal digit represents four binary digits (________) (also called a "nibble"), and the primary use of hexadecimal notation is as a human-friendly representation of binary coded values in computing and digital electronics.
ByteRecord (computer science)Character (computing)Bit

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