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____ is not an example of information.
A: A report on technology use in schools
B: A PTA newsletter
C: A list of unanalyzed attendance figures
D: An invoice for textbooks
Which of the following is an output device?
C: Portable media player
D: All of the above
A ____ is a story using various forms of media.
C: community digital story
D: transmedia story
A "Windows environment" computer refers to a(n) ____.
A: Internet-enabled computer
B: Mobile computer
C: Macintosh computer
D: IBM-compatible computer
Learning and innovation skills include ____.
A: creativity and innovation
B: critical thinking and problem solving
C: communications and collaboration
D: All of the above
____ is not part of the information processing cycle.
____ makes Macintosh computers.
Crash-severity sensors in a car's airbag system are an example of a(n) ____.
A: embedded computer
C: Tablet PC
A(n) ____ computer is a personal computer that you can carry from place to place.
The cycle of input, process, output, and storage is called the ____ cycle.
A: information processing
____ tells ____ what to do.
A: hardware, software
B: information, data
C: processing, computers
D: software, hardware
IBM Corporation released the first personal computer in ____.
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A(n) ____ computer is a special purpose computer that functions as one component in a larger
____ is data that is organized, has meaning, and is useful.
A personal computer is defined by the fact that it ____.
A: can be used for desktop publishing
B: is lightweight and portable
C: performs all of its input, processing, output and storage activities by itself
D: is owned by an individual rather than a corporation or institution
Another name for a notebook computer is a(n) ____.
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2011 for the course PSYC, PSYC 2076, 2060 taught by Professor Briganti,gustan,perlis,namikas,wheeler during the Spring '10 term at LSU.