7. If you pressed the CTRL and TAB keys simultaneously to carry outa function, which key do you release first?a.TAB7. Match the character on the top of the key with the character on the bottom of the same key. Using the letters at the far left, enter your responses on the blank lines. a. Question mark (?) H `b. Dollar sign ($)N 1c. Asterisk (*)G 2d. Colon (:)M 3e. Less than sign (<)B 4f. Percent sign (%)F 5g. At sign (@)I 6h. Tilde (~)J 7i. Caret (^)C 8j. Ampersand (&)L -
k. Plus sign (+)K =l. Underscore (_)E ,m. Number sign (#)A /n. Exclamation point (!)D;Ch 2 ReviewMatchingInstructions:Match each term from the column on the left with the best description from the column on the right.C.1.e-mailA.2.WebmasterB.3.networkE.4.filtering softwareD.5.search toola.an individual responsible for developing Web pagesand maintaining a Web siteb.a collectionof computers and other equipment organized to share data, hardware, and softwarec.the transmissionof messages and files via a computer networkd.enables users to locate informationfound at Web sites all over the worlde.allows parents, teachers, and others to block accessto certain materials on the InternetShort AnswerInstructions:Write a brief answer to each of the following questions. 1. How are local area networks(LANs) different from wide area networks (WANs)?a.LANs: covers limited geographical area, server manages resources. b.WANs: covers large geographical area, can consist of several LANs. 2. What is a Web page? What purpose do hyperlinks have on a Web page? What is Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)? a.A web page is a hypertext or hypermedia document connected to the World Wide Web/ An electronic document viewed on the Web. A Web page can contain text, graphics, sound, and video, as well as hyperlinks toother Web pages. b.Hyperlinks allow users to navigate quickly from one Web page to another, regardless of whether the Web pages are located on the same computer or on different computers in different countries. 3. Explain the process of streamingover the Web. How are streaming audio and streaming video similar? For what purposes is streaming used?a.Streaming is the process of transferring data in a continuous and evenflow, which allows users to access and use a file while it is transmitting. b.Streaming audio and video are similar because it allows you to view a video clip or sound file that has been downloaded to your computer.c.Streaming is used because most users do not have fast enough Internet connections to download large files quickly.
- Fall '17
- Dr. Zou
- World Wide Web, Computer program