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This set of Informatics Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Informatics Set 1

Q1 | Before the invention of the…............. there wasn't email.
Q2 | Many people in the business world communicate solely with………
Q3 | …………..is essential in our society in order to grow and move towards the future.
Q4 | The invention of the ……………has brought economic and social change to the world.
Q5 | The ……………..allows us to input personal information online for practically anyone to see.
Q6 | ……………has allowed countries across the world to connect and interact without having to fly thousands of miles to communicate with each other.
Q7 | The importance of stone tools, circa 2.5 million years ago, is considered fundamental in ………….development in the hypothesis.
Q8 | The ……………is a major contributor to the development of new technology in many ways.
Q9 | ……………….is the author of ‘The Lights in the Tunnel: Automation, Accelerating Technology and the Economy of the Future’.
Q10 | In economics, definitions or assumptions of progress or growth are often related to one or more assumptions about technology's economic influence.Challenging prevailing assumptions about technology and its usefulness has led to alternative ideas like uneconomic growth or measuring well-being.These, and economics itself, can often be described as technologies, specifically, as…………………...
Q11 | The implementation of …………………influences the values of a society by changing expectations and realities.
Q12 | The implementation of technology is also influenced by……………...
Q13 | ……………..provides an understanding, and an appreciation for the world around us.
Q14 | …………….is one proponent of the irresistibleness of technology to humans.
Q15 | …………………espouses the idea that humanity cannot resist the temptation of expanding our knowledge and our technological abilities.
Q16 | The wheel was invented in the……………., and has become one of the worlds most famous and most useful technologies.
Q17 | The National Museum of Iran is located in………………….
Q18 | ………….concept of three major stages of social evolution (savagery, barbarism, and civilization) can be divided by technological milestones, such as fire, the bow, and pottery in the savage era, domestication of animals, agriculture, and metalworking in the barbarian era and the alphabet and writing in the civilization era.
Q19 | Instead of specific inventions, …………….decided that the measure bywhich to judge the evolution of culture was energy.
Q20 | For ……………"the primary functions of culture" is to "harness and control energy”.
Q21 | ………….differentiates between five stages of human development: In the first, people use energy of their own muscles.In the second, they useenergy of domesticated animals’.In the third; they use the energy of plants (agricultural revolution). In the fourth, they learn to use the energy of natural resources: coal, oil, gas. In the fifth, they harness nuclear energy.
Q22 | …………… introduced a formula P=E*T, where E is a measure of energy consumed, and T is the measure of efficiency of technical factorsutilizing the energy.
Q23 | In ……………words, "culture evolves as the amount of energy harnessed per capita per year is increased or as the efficiency of the instrumentalmeans of putting the energy to work is increased".
Q24 | Russian astronomer, ………………., extrapolated his theory creating the Kardashev scale, which categorizes the energy use of advancedcivilizations.
Q25 | The later Stone Age, during which the rudiments of agricultural technology were developed, is called…………………...