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CIC2601 NAME & SURNAME : GUGU LUCIA SIBEKO STUDENT NUMBER : 63849933 ASSIGNMENT NUMBER : 02 UNIQUE NUMBER : 554097
TEMPLATE A Question 1 True/False Determine if they are True or False Computer applications for teaching and learning 1.1.Network is used to create slides and can be used during presentations.1.2.Installing is the process of setting up software to work with the computer.1.3.A notebook computer is also called a laptop computer.1.4.Access providers are people who connect to the internet.1.5.A computer is an electronic device operating under the control of instructions stored in its own memory.1.6.Computer literacy is also known as digital literacy.1.7.Output devices are any hardware components that convey information to one or more people.1.8.Internet in the storage of data and instructions.1.9.A USB flash drive is a portable storage device that is small and lightweight enough to be transported on a keychain or in a pocket.1.10.E-mail in the transmission of messages and files. Hardware for teaching and learning 2.1. A computer is an electronic device operating under the control of instructions shared in its own memory.2.2. Digital literacy is a repairing process2.3. An input is any hardware components that conveys information to one people or more people.2.4. Information conveys the meaning and is useful to people.2.5. An output device is any hardware that allows you to enter data and instruction into a computer.2.6. An external hard disk is a separate, freestanding unit where you insert and remove a removable hard disk from a computer.2.7. PC compatible computers usually use a windows operating system. 2.8. Electronic component on a computer motherboard that interpret and carries out the basic instructions that operate the computer is called a Processor 2.9. Cable modem is a digital modem that sends and receives digital data over the cable. 2.10. Hardware is a series of related instructions that tells a computer what task to perform and how to perform them ANSWERS ANSWERS
The fourth Industrial revolutionTrue False 3.1. The word “revolution” denotes abrupt and radical change.3.2. The Fourth Industrial Revolution represents a fundamental change in the way we live, work and relate to one another. 3.3. The Fourth Industrial Revolution does not change the society.3.4. A third Industrial Revolution began in 1950’s.3.5. Klaus Schwab is the person who labeled today’s advance as a new revolution.3.6. The Fourth Industrial Revolution does not have the potential to raise global income level.3.7. The Fourth Industrial Revolution improves the quality of life for populations around the world. 3.8. New computational technologies are making computer smart.3.9. Robots refer to the design, manufactures and use of robots for personal and commercial use.

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