Chapter 4, Practice Quiz 1

Chapter 4 Practice - 1 Entering the date of a purchase on Valentine's Day 1965 as instead of was done because of(1point the need to reduce wear on

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Sheet1 Page 1 1) Entering the date of a purchase on Valentine's Day 1965 as 02/14/65 instead of 02/14/1965 was done because of _______ _ the need to reduce wear on keyboards the need to save time the high cost of computer memory the desire by data entry clerks to keep records consistent Score: 1 Answer(s): the high cost of computer memory 2) The year 2000 problem was often referred to as the Y2K problem. (1point) Score: 1 Answer(s): True 3) The microprocessor was developed in the early 1970s by _____________ and Intel. (1point) General Motors Microsoft AMD Texas Instruments
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Sheet1 Page 2 Score: 0 Answer(s): Texas Instruments 4) Mainframes have been a mainstay of business computing since the early 1960s. (1point) Score: 0 Answer(s): True 5) The __________ reads data and instructions from memory, and it stores results of computations in main memory. (1poin t CPU Ethernet card Hard drive RAM Score: 1 Answer(s): CPU 6) _____________ saves data and programs. (1point)
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2010 for the course COMP SCI 1032 taught by Professor Goldstein during the Winter '10 term at UWO.

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Chapter 4 Practice - 1 Entering the date of a purchase on Valentine's Day 1965 as instead of was done because of(1point the need to reduce wear on

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