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9/18/22, 12:28 PMTestOut LabSim1/14Practice QuestionsCandidate:Ami Potasnick ([email protected])Date:9/12/2022 7:02:00 pm •Time Spent:26:31Score: 59%Passing Score: 80%
9/18/22, 12:28 PMTestOut LabSimQuestion 1:CorrectWhich of the following are considered computer hardware? (Select two.)
2/14References1.1.3 Computing Factsq_comp_bsc_comp_hdwre_pp7.question.fex
9/18/22, 12:28 PMTestOut LabSim3/14Question 2:Partially CorrectDrag each computer function on the left with its associated hardware component on theright. (Each option may be used more than once.)Hard diskLong-term storagePrinterOutputKeyboardInputCPUProcessingSpeakersOutputRAMLong-term storageProcessingDVD-RWLong-term storageMicrophoneInputExplanation
9/18/22, 12:28 PMTestOut LabSim4/14Each computer hardware component performs a specific function.Input is defined as the movement of data or commands to the internal computer hardware.Input devices include:MouseKeyboardScannerMicrophoneProcessing is defined as the flow of data through a series of procedures as defined by a setof instructions. Major processing components include:CPU (Central Processing Unit)RAM (random access memory). RAM is temporary, short-term storage used by the CPU tostore processed information for quick access. RAM is considered volatile memory becauseit is not persistent. When the computer is turned off, all the data that was stored in RAM islost.Long-term storage is defined as the act of saving or maintaining data. Long-term storagedevices include:Hard disk drivesSolid-state drivesOptical drives (CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, and Blu-ray)Flash drivesOutput is defined as the process of a computer presenting, displaying, or otherwise givingdata. Output devices include:MonitorSpeakerPrinterReferences1.1.3 Computing Factsq_comp_bsc_hdwre_comp_pp7.question.fex

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