Chapter 1 Digital Technology Test Introduction to Computers-COSC-1401-4015-2011 Fall

Chapter 1 Digital Technology Test Introduction to Computers-COSC-1401-4015-2011 Fall

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1. The Internet is an example of a peer-to-peer network. A) False B) True 2. Digitizing the things we sense typically requires an analog-to-____ conversion. A) high-speed B) digital C) wave D) color 3. Depending on the _____ used, a byte can represent either a letter or a color. A) units B) key C) decimals D) encoding 4. A Kindle is an example of a(n) _____ computer. A) slate B) personal digital assistant C) special-purpose D) operating system 5. It will be years before researchers can transform text from a book’s page into a digital representation. A) False B) True 6. A _____ is an example of a computer assigned to a special task. A) smart phone B) kiosk C) supercomputer D) server 7. A digitally literate person has an increased opportunity for employment. A) True B) False 8. Thanks to _____, voice and data traveling together through our telecommunications lines will be seamless. A) ASCII B) VIP C) ViIP D) VoIP 9. A large tower case that houses a desktop PC’s circuit boards is known as the ____. A) system unit
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2011 for the course COSC 1401 taught by Professor Carolynpoe during the Fall '11 term at Lone Star College.

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Chapter 1 Digital Technology Test Introduction to Computers-COSC-1401-4015-2011 Fall

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