storage quiz - Question 1 0.2 points Save A(n) ____ is a...

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Unformatted text preview: Question 1 0.2 points Save A(n) ____ is a small area of fast memory that can be used to minimize wait states when reading from a primary or secondary storage device. Question 2 0.2 points Save A buffer is not required when ____. Question 3 0.2 points Save The difference between a cache and a buffer is ____. Question 4 0.2 points Save When a read operation accesses data already contained within the cache, the access is called a(n) ____. Question 4 0.2 points Save Question 5 0.2 points Save If a compression method typically reduces a 100 MByte file to 50 MBytes, then compression ratio is ____. Question 6 0.2 points Save Where compression is used to move data along a communication channel, this results in more data being transmitted along the channel in a given unit of time than would be the case if compression were not being used. True or Question 6 0.2 points Save False? True False Question 7 0.2 points Save To which type of data is lossy compression best suited?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2010 for the course IT 221 taught by Professor Bb during the Spring '10 term at American University of Sharjah.

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