A is the smallest unit of data a computer can process

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10.A ____ is the smallest unit of data a computer can process. a. bit c. field b. character d. record 11.____ is a common data type that consists of dollar and cent amounts or numbers containing decimal values. 12.____ is a common data type that consists of lengthy text entries. 13.____ is a common data type that consists of Web addresses that connect to a document or Web page.
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14.Users usually add new records to a database ____. a. when a record no longer is needed c. when they obtain new data b. to correct inaccurate data d. to update old data with new data 15.Generally, users change the content of existing records in a file ____. 16.____________ a user deletes (the data or the record) from a file. data, obtained, needed, 17.When a program flags a deleted record, the record ____ process it. program will NOT program will program will NOT program will
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18.Deleting unneeded files on a hard drive ____ storage space. a. increases the size of individual files and frees up b. increases the size of individual files and increases c. reduces the number of files and reduces available d. increases the amount of available 19.If the lowest monthly fee at a Gold’s Gym fitness center is $49.95 and the highest is $79.95, a(n) ____ on the Monthly Fee field ensures it is a value between $49.95 and $79.95.
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