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Ch.1 In which hardware generation were integrated circuits introduced? Third Who was the first programmer? Lovelace What is the specification of the correct etiquette for computers to use when communicating with one another? Protocol Who built the first mechanical machine that did addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division? Leibniz In which hardware generation was the magnetic disk introduced? Second In which hardware generation did the ARPANET originate? Third To which hardware generation does the vacuum tube belong? First In which hardware generation was the personal computer introduced? Fourth Ch. 2 528 cannot be expressed as a polynomial in base 8. True A byte is made up of eight binary digits. True What is the largest digit in the binary number system? 1 How many digits are there in the binary number system?
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2 A natural number, a negative or a natural number, or zero is a Integer How many digits are there in the hexadecimal number system? 16 How many digits are there in the octal number system? 8 A __________________ is a sum of two or more algebraic terms, each of which consists of a constant multiplied by one or more variables raised to a nonnegative integral power. Polynomial Starting from right to left, every grouping of four binary digits can be read as one hexadecimal digit. True
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course CSIS 2300 taught by Professor Crisp during the Summer '07 term at Kennesaw.

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