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The device consisting of electronic circuitry that executes instructions to process data is called ____. a. CPU b. primary storage c. secondary storage d. RAM e. None of these A component that expands a computer’s input, storage, or output capabilities is referred to as a(n) ____ device. a. input b. output c. storage d. peripheral e. None of these Also called laptop computers, ____ are lightweight, portable computers with built-in monitors, keyboards, hard disk drives, batteries, and AC adapters. a. desktop computers b. microcomputers c. notebook computers d. workstations e. None of these
4. An input device that converts letters, numbers, and other characters into electrical signals readable by a processor is called a ____. a. keyboard b. mouse c. printer d. speaker e. None of these 5. A central computer that holds collections of data and programs for connecting PCs, workstations, and other devices is called a ____. a. client b. master c. slave d. server e. None of these 6. Tower PCs are ____ whose case or main housing sits on a desk, with the keyboard in front and the monitor on top. a. minicomputers b. nanocomputers c. microcomputers d. supercomputers e. None of these 7. The term that refers to the use of a computer or some other information device, connected through a network, to access information and services is ____. a. telecommuting b. chatting c. online d. email e. None of these 8. Users access mainframes by means of a ____, which has a display screen and a keyboard. a. client b. server c. terminal d. local area network e. None of these 9. What interconnected system of computers all over the world stores information in a multimedia form? a. internet b. World Wide Web c. wide area network d. local area network e. None of these 10. The technology that merges computing with high-speed communications links carrying data, sound, and video is ____ technology. a. information b. communications c. telecommunications d. internet
bit c. cell phones c. nanocomputers d. workstations e.Tiny. None of these 15. client c. desktop computers b. Embedded computers are known as ____. kilobyte d.Which of the following devices allows users to make phone calls as well as browse the World Wide Web? a. None of these 20. Technology that consists of electromagnetic devices and systems for communicating over long distances is known as ____. network . None of these 11 . teleputers e. a group of desktop PCs and other devices such as printers in an office or a building is called ____. local area network b. None of these 12. None of these 18. A communications system connecting two or more computers is called a ____. microcomputers b. workstations c. a. One character of data is stored as one ____. gigabyte e. communications technology b. a. telephone line d. specialized microprocessors installed in “smart” appliances and automobiles are called ____. modems e. None of these 14. None of these 17. upload d. supercomputers d. configuration e. modem b. cable c. The next generation of smaller. a. workstations e. A system that connects. laptops d. a. smartphones d. None of these 19. a. None of these 13. a.e. The process of copying software programs from secondary storage media to the system’s hard disk is called ____. a. installation c. nanocomputers b. World Wide Web e. byte b. microcontrollers c. a. None of these 16. microcomputers b. download b. information technology c. faster computers that will fit into a single human cell are known as ____. a. microcontrollers c. supercomputers e. internet d. teleputers b. High-capacity computers with hundreds of thousands of processors that can perform more than one trillion calculations per second are called ____. supercomputers c. servers d. networking e. usually by special cables. internet d.
data conversion 28. A. viruses. A. analyzing the data or information D. Query Ans : B 4. create documents b. Standard d. POS D. Sales D. inventory D. Standard b. Which toolbar provides access to file management and editing commands. storing the data or information Ans : C 3. Reviewing 24. None of these 21. edit existing documents c. Point-of-sale (POS) C. D. C. soundtracks b. Word can work with all of the following types of documents _except_: a. start with a blank document b. all of these are ways to create a new document 26. use a document template c. cover letters 25. A(n) ____________ system is a small. use a wizard e. learn how to touch type e. gathering data B. reports d. format documents d. wireless handheld computer that scans an item’s tag and pulls up the current price (and any special offers) as you shop. data selection C. complete with a Title bar and Close button? a. use a form letter d. A process known as ____________ is used by large retailers to study trends. Word enables you to do all of the following _except_: a. hackers. Which of the following is NOT one of the four major data processing functions of a computer? A. data mining B. Docked d. ____________terminals (formerly known as cash registers) are often connected to complex inventory and sales computer systems. Frames e. B. Floating e. Data B. in addition to special features? a. Formatting c. All of the following are examples of real security and privacy risks EXCEPT: A. None of these 23. Control Toolbox b. None of these 22. spam. 27. data mining Ans : A . Which of the following is _not_ one of the ways you can create a new document? a. A. PSS B. proposals e. World Wide Web pages c. Which of the following is the term for a toolbar that appears in its own window. Formatted c. processing data into information C.e. create World Wide Web pages e. identity theft. POS C.
POS B. B. processing B. PPS D. D. robotics. available to everyone. robotics. proprietary. Nanoscience B. Surgeons can perform delicate operations by manipulating devices through computers instead of manually. Simulation D. The ability to recover and read deleted or damaged files from a criminal’s computer is an example of a law enforcement specialty called: A. Software C. B. which means that they allow users to ____________ data. A. can be used to record and track in a database all of the animal’s movements.5. Technology no longer protected by copyright. is considered to be: A. Information Ans : D 13. ____________ tags. A process B. present B. computer forensics. Ans : A 10. D. B. A. computer forensics. GPS Ans : B 8. animation. organizing. simulation. A. kilobyte C. C. open. Computers process data into information by working exclusively with: . C. Artificial intelligence Ans : A 11. C. A. D. B. Nanotechnology C. representational Ans : C 17. in the public domain. input C. when placed on an animal. forecasting. Ans : B 14. Storage D. Computers use the ____________ language to process data. output D. Computers gather data. RFID C. store Ans : B 16. programming. Artificial intelligence (AI) Ans : D 12. Nanoscience B. C. simulation. Ans : C 7. binary D. Microelectrodes C. ____________ is data that has been organized or presented in a meaningful fashion. This technology is known as: A. ____________ is the science that attempts to produce machines that display the same type of intelligence that humans do. The name for the way that computers manipulate data into information is called: A. ____________ is the study of molecules and structures whose size ranges from 1 to 100 nanometers. Ans : A 9. D. A. experimental. Computer forensics D. A. processing. storing.
49. C. A 23. A 24. C 18. 77. 42. 47. 95. 85. A 21. A 14. 52. 45. 98.A. 48. 51. 40. 09. 43. 04. 55. C 17. B 28. 70. 96. C 16. 57. 41. 38. 72. Ans : D 01. 68. 84. 87. 02. A 20. 66. D 32. 46. 44. 08. C 33. 91. 61. 10. 69. 03. 62. 60. 86. 78. words. numbers. B 19. D 15. B. 100. B 36. B 22. 75. 82. 99. 93. 73. 58. 07. 71. 50. 67. 05. 54. D 30. B 25. characters. . 97. A 37. 53. 39. D 31. 92. 74. 56. D 12. A 11. 80. 06. 94. 59. 64. multimedia. D. C 27. A 34. A 26. 83. C 35. 88. 89. 81. B 29. 63. 65. 90. 76. C 13. 79.
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