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1. What is base 2 equivalent to? 2. What is base 10 equivalent to? 3. What is base 8 equivalent to? 4. What is hexadecimal equivalent to? 5. What does HTML stand for? 6. What is HTML? 7. What are the differences between HTML and XML? 8. What are the requirements for XHTML? 9. What does VMI stand for? 10. What is VMI? 11. What does MFLOPS stand for? 12. What is MFLOPS? 13. What does MIPS stand for? 14. Which is faster MFLOPS or MIPS? 15. What are registers? 16. What is RAM? 17. What is ROM? 18. Name types of secondary storage? 19. What does RAID stand for? 20. What is RAID? 21. What is it like without RAID? 22. What is it like with RAID? 23. What is LEVEL 0 RAID and explain? 24. What is LEVEL 1 RAID and explain? 25. How can you mirror without RAID? 26. What actually happens when you delete a file? 27. What is Moore’s Law? 28. What are zombie computers? 29. Between you and Yahoo, who is the server and who is the client?
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2010 for the course MSIS 623 taught by Professor Sklar during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.

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