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  • Q. To protect a document from accidental changes, which option should you select from the Protect Document (Windows) or Protect (Mac) menu?
  • filter_dramaExplanation
    Answer is : D

    The correct option is (4)


    Here, some steps are given, after completing these steps, the document will always open in read-only mode to prevent accidental changes.

    1. Open the office document.
    2. Click on file.
    3. Click on info
    4. On the right side, click the protect document menu.
    5. Select the Always Open Read-Only option.

    Key Points

    • You can ensure no one else can edit a document by making it read-only.
    • To remove the read-only restriction, open the document in edit mode. Click the file menu, go to Info > protect document > Always open read-only.

    Additional Information

    To mark an Office document as final,Open File > Info > Protect document and choose Mark as Final. Once you complete these steps, the document will be marked as final, and as a result, changing comments, typing, and proofing will be disabled, preventing users from making changes.

    To protect your document with a digital signature,

    Open File > Info > Protect Document and select Add a Digital Signature. This tells people who read your document that you and no one else signed it, indicating that you were the last person to revise and save it.

    To protect documents with Encrypt with Password,

    You can encrypt a document with a password by going to File > Info > Protect Document and choosing the Encrypt with Password option. Word will prompt you to create a password for the document. Be sure to use a complex but memorable password because there's no way to retrieve or reset the code if you forget.


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  • 1. The foreign key is not necessarily the ________ in its current table.
  • filter_dramaExplanation
    Answer is : C

    The correct answer is Primary key.

    Key Points

    • The foreign key is not necessarily the primary key in its current table.
      • It only has to contain the same information that is held in another table’s primary key.
      • Foreign keys are the columns of a table that points to the primary key of another table. They act as a cross-reference between tables.

    Additional Information​ 

    • A report generator is a computer program whose purpose is to take data from a source such as a database, XML stream or a spreadsheet, and use it to produce a document in a format which satisfies a particular human readership.
    • The data dictionary is a set of information describing the contents, format, and structure of a database and the relationship between its elements, used to control access to and manipulation of the database.
    • Schema objects are logical structures created by users. Objects such as tables or indexes hold data or can consist of a definition only, such as a view or synonym.
  • 2. What is the complexity of Merge Sort?
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    Answer is : B

    Merge sort:

    Merge sort is based on the divide and conquer approach.

    Recurrence relation for merge sort will become:

    T(n) = 2T (n/2) + Θ (n)

    Using Master’s theorem

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  • 3. Arrange the following words in a logical and meaningful order.
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    2. Adulthood
    3. Childhood
    4. Newborn
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  • filter_dramaExplanation
    Answer is : B


    We need to arrange sequence in form of the life cycle of humans as it grows.

    The correct sequence is given below:

    Newborn → Childhood  Puberty →  Adolescence →  Adulthood →  Old Age

    Therefore, the correct answer should be "4, 3, 1, 6, 2, 5."

  • 4. Ramnath Chaudhary is associated with which musical instrument ?
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    Answer is : A

    The correct answer is Algoza.

    Key Points

    • Ramnath Chaudhary is associated with Algoza.
    • In Punjab, Rajasthan, and Northern India, algoza is a prominent wooden music instrument.
    • It's mostly a folk instrument, and Punjabi folk singers use it to perform classic Punjabi songs like Jugni, Jind, Mahi, and Mirza.
    • It is made up of two linked beak flutes, one for melody and the other for drone.
    • As the players blow into the two flutes at the same time, a constant flow of air is required.
    • The two pipes are a couple in the realm of Alghoza playing, with the longer one being the man and the shorter one being the female.
  • 5. A megabyte is actually equal to __________ kilobytes.
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    The correct answer is 1024.

    Key Points

    • A megabyte is actually equal to 1024 kilobytes
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      • A bit can hold only one of two values: 0 or 1, corresponding to the electrical values of off or on, respectively.
    • Bits are usually assembled into a group of eight to form a byte.
      • A byte contains enough information to store a single ASCII character, like "h".

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    • Computer storage and memory are often measured in megabytes (MB) and gigabytes (GB).
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      • 1 terabyte (TB) = 1024 gigabytes
      • 1 petabyte (PB) = 1024 terabytes

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