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Running head:  Department of Computer and Information Sciences 1 American College of Commerce and Technology Department of Computer and Information Sciences Computer Science Fundamentals CIS 170 Week 4 Quiz. Presented to: Prof. Sam Eroglu By: Your Name: Yasser Altaf
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Computer Science Fundamentals CIS170 Assignment 2 CIS170 WEEK 4 QUIZ QUESTIONS Your Name Yasser Altaf 1-This type of mouse is generally considered the traditional type and is currently the most widely used. A) Mechanical B) Cordless C) Wireless D) Optical 2-Recent versions of Microsoft's Word support A) biometrics. B) voice recognition . C) handwriting recognition. D) touch screen functions. 3-Specialized devices, similar to slide projectors, which connect to microcomputers and project computer output just as it would appear on a monitor are called A) data projectors. B) media players. C) projectors. D) HDTVs. 4-Specialized devices for storing, transferring, and playing audio files are called
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