Computer science quiz

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Final Exam

Quiz Instruc!ons

The Final Exam consists of 30 questions/problems. The exam is worth 200 points. There are two primary types of questions and problems.

Those that require you to demonstrate knowledge of the topic; those questions are worth 5 points. In addition there are problems/questions

that required critical thinking, problem-solving, and usually require using math to answer the problem/question. Those questions are worth 10

points.

Grading rubrics are provided below for both types of problems/questions in the assignment.

5 point knowledge ques!ons rubric


0 points 3 points 5 points


The answer does not address the question.


Answer addresses some components of

knowledge in the topic, but does not contain all

components.


Answer fully addresses the question and

demonstrates comprehensive knowledge of

the topic.


10 point critical thinking and problem-solving questions rubric


0 points 3 points 5 points 7 points 10 points


Answer does not

demonstrate any

application of the topic.


Answer demonstrates

basic knowledge of the

topic but lacks any

application of the topic in

the answer.


Answer demonstrates

basic knowledge of the

topic and some application

of the topic in the answer.


Answer demonstrates

comprehensive knowledge

of the topic and some

application of the topic in

the answer.


Answer demonstrates

comprehensive knowledge

of the topic and

comprehensive application

of the topic in the answer.


Note: The answers on the assignment are autosaved.


Question 1 5 pts


What is an interrupt and how does it differ from a trap?


A trap is caused by a program and occurs at the same position program

An interrupt is caused by a program and occurs at the same position

A trap is caused by hardware and is asynchronous

An interrupt is caused by hardware and always occurs at the same time in a program

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