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Chapter 1: Introducing Basic Network Concepts 2 1 Key Term Quiz Use terms from the Key Terms List to complete the following sentences. Not all the terms will be used. 1. A(n) consists of two or more entities, or objects, sharing resources and information. 2. A(n) controls and provides access to resources. 3. The is the plan used when controlling data access in the higher levels of accumulated data storage. 4. When strict requirements are placed on the order and structure of how data is entered, that information’s is said to be important. 5. A computer operating independently from other computers is called a(n) . 6. The process of physically carrying data from one computer and entering it into another computer came to be known as a(n) . 7. Additional components attached to a computer to expand its use are called . 8. A user’s own computer is commonly referred to as a(n) . 9. The lowest geographical network classification, also considered the building block when creating larger networks, is the .
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  • Spring '14
  • Computer network, Client-server, b. WAN

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