Reading Assignment #2

Reading Assignment #2 - Barbara Morgan CSC 155 03PR Reading...

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Barbara Morgan CSC 155 03PR Reading Assignment #2 True/False Questions 1. For a computer to add two numbers, the numbers first must be converted to Unicode. True 2. A Simple on/off switch can store exactly two bits of information. False 3. The data processed is digital computers are made up of discrete units, or digits. True 4. The contents of RAM cannot be changed. False 5. If a processor is backward compatible with another older processor, it can run older programs written for that processor. True 6. A gigabyte is ten times as big as a megabyte. False 7. The information stored in the RAM is nothing more than a pattern of electrical current flowing through microscopic circuits in silicon chips. True 8. Benchmark test are used to determine CPU clock speed, which is the most accurate measure of the CPU performance. False 9. Slots and ports make it possible for the CPU to communicate with the outside world through peripherals. True 10. The access time for most memory is faster that the access time for a typical hard
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This note was uploaded on 12/02/2011 for the course CSC 100 taught by Professor Morgan during the Spring '11 term at Jackson State.

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