WEEK-3-QUIZ CIS170

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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 3 Quiz. Presented to: Prof. Sam Eroglu By: Your Name: Yasser Altaf

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Computer Science Fundamentals CIS170 Assignment 2 CIS170 WEEK 3 QUIZ QUESTIONS Your Name Yasser Altaf 1-Which of the following is the smallest unit? A) Desktop System Unit B) Notebooks System Unit C) PDA System Unit D) Tablet PC's  2-Connection point for small specialized electronic parts called chips are provided by A) sockets. B) slots. C) bays. D) chips.  3-When two pieces of data are compared to see whether one is equal to (=), less than (<), or greater than (>) the other, then it is a A) logical operation. B) arithmetic operation. C) graphic operation. D) mathematical operation.  4-This type of memory is commonly called temporary or volatile storage.
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