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Chapter 5 An Introduction to the Internet h Test Bank 1. The dissassembling and reassembling of a message as it is sent from origin to destination over the internet is called A. downloading. B. uploading. C. packet-switching. D. file transferring. E. bitmapping. Answer: C Page: 97 2. The ability to find a specific search subject by dialing into the remote host where it resides and then transferring that file to one’s own computer is made possible by a networking tool known as A. BITNET. B. FTP. C. packet-switching. D. DARPA E. HTML Answer: B Page: 98 3. The most widely used application on the Internet is A. the WWW. B. Telnet. C. News groups. D. E-mail. E. commercial shopping malls. Answer: D Page: 104 4. TCP/IP protocols A. provide standard rules for networked computers to communicate with each other. B. are a product of ARPANET research. C. were developed to facilitate the purchase of electronic stamps. D. Both A and B. E. None of the above. Answer: D Page: 105
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188    Electronic Marketing 5. The experimental computer network developed in 1969 which connected UCLA, Stanford Research Institute, UC Santa Barbara, and the University of Utah was known as A. ARPANET. B. DARPA. C. BITNET. D. CPYNET. E. CSNET. Answer: A Page: 97 6. Speed upgrades to NSFNET paved the way for A. less communication over the network. B. higher access charge to the network. C.
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