**1. Which of the following is not a valid property of a PARAMETER statement?**

A. Can combine other parameters with FORTRAN arithmetic operators to compute the value of a new parameter

B. Parameters can be set anywhere in a program

C. Integer parameters can be used to set array dimensions

D. Parameters can be used as bounds on do loops.

Ans: B

**2. For the following FORTRAN operations give the rank from fastest to slowest in terms of computer time required**

A. x*0.5

B. x+0.5

C. x**0.5

D. sqrt(x)

Ans: C

**3. Which of the following is not a valid property of a PARAMETER statement?**

A. Can combine other parameters with FORTRAN arithmetic operators to compute the value of a new parameter

B. Parameters can be set anywhere in a program

C. Integer parameters can be used to set array dimensions

D. Parameters can be used as bounds on do loops.

Ans: B

**4. In a FORTRAN program I have set x=2.0, a=2.0 and b=4.0. What is the value of y if: y = a*x+b**2/x ?**

A. 8.0

B. 12.0

C. 16.0

D. 64.0

Ans: B

5. In a FORTRAN program I have set x=1.5,i=3, and j=2. What is the value of y if:

A. 3.0

B. 3.5

C. 4.0

D. 4.5

Ans: C

**6. In a FORTRAN program x=4.5, y=3.0, and w=1.5, What is the value of z if: z = x+w/y+1**

A. 1.5

B. 3.0

C. 4.5

D. 6.0

Ans: D

**7. In a FORTRAN program x=1.0, y=2.0 and w=3.0. What is the value of z if: z=2.0(x(y+3.0)+w)**

A. 12.0

B. 16.0

C. 18.0

D. not determined due to a FORTRAN syntax error

Ans: D

**8. After compiling the FORTRAN statement: y = c/d + a*x**2-5 Which operation is performed first by the computer?**

A. /

B. +

C. *

D. **

Ans: D

**9. For the following FORTRAN operations give the rank from fastest to slowest in terms of computer time required:**

1)x*0.5

2)x+0.5

3)x**0.5

4)sqrt(x)

A. 1-2-3-4

B. 1-2-4-3

C. 2-1-3-4

D. 2-1-4-3

Ans: D

**10. On the Hammond machines, a single percision floating point (REAL*4) number uses how many bits of memory?**

A. 4

B. 7

C. 15

D. 32

Ans: D

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