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Match the term on the left to its corresponding definition on the right agreed on benchmarks so devices can be used on all hardware Answer 1 sends/receives one bit at a time Answer 2 used to plug a monitor into the video board Answer 3 a USB device can work on a PC or a Mac Answer 4 sends/receives bits in a group Answer 5 has a data transfer rate of more than 3 Gbps Answer 6 a connection standard developed by Apple Answer 7 play movies, and so forth, play music, record, and erase data Answer 1 play music, rewritable Answer 2 play a movie, and so forth, rewritable Answer 3 record to disc Answer 4 play music, cannot write to it Answer 5 play music, only readable Answer 6 play a movie, and so forth, not recordable Answer 7 interface standards serial port video port platform independent parallel port USB 3.0 FireWire DVD/CD-RW CD-RW DVD-RW Burn CD-ROM CD-R DVD-ROM
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A CD-ROM drive is the oldest type of optical drive. Select one: True False Laser and inkjet printers typically produce documents that have high-resolution output—usually 600 or more  dots per inch. Select one: True False One way to describe resolution is by indicating the number of columns and rows of pixels, such  as 1,024 x 76::8. Select one: True False Colors on a monitor are formed by adding different amounts of red, yellow, and blue. Select one: True False Most sound cards have synthesizers on them. Select one: True False The problem with disk drives and their moving parts is that they will eventually fail. Select one: True False
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Unlike optical storage, magnetic tape can store massive amounts of information in a small  space at a relatively low cost. Select one: True False A Blu-ray uses a blue-violet laser to pack almost six times as many bits on a disc as a DVD. Select one: True False Magnetic devices such as the   Answer   diskette have all but disappeared due to the  advances in optical disc and flash memory storage technology. The technology that recognizes individual characters on a printed page, so they can be stored  and eventually edited, is known by the acronym   Answer . Carpal   Answer   syndrome is a painful affliction of the wrist and hand that results from  repeating the same movements over long periods. Drum   Answer   are high-end devices that are used by museums and high-end publishing where image quality is critical. Today, many people say DVD stands for   Answer   versatile disc because these high- capacity discs are used to store and distribute all kinds of data. A(n) Answer   modem translates documents into signals that can be sent over phone  wires and decoded by a receiving fax machine.
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