B. Defines network and host portions of an IP address
B. UDP C. TCP
C. Three-way handshake
A. Bandwidth rating B. Interface Susceptibility D. Maximum Segment Length
C. They attenuate
A. EMI B. Crosstalk
1. Which of the following describes the arrangement of network cabling between devices?
C. Physical Topology
2. Which of the following is an advantage of a star topology? (Choose all that apply.)
A. Allows faster technologies than a bus does. C. Centraliz
1. A. Total number of computers that could be connected
C. Cable length
2. C. Receives bit signals and strengthens them
3. B. Transmits regenerated signals to all connected ports
C. Usually has four or more ports
4. B. Bits per second
5. C. Bandwidth shar
What changes in equipment are required to bring this company's network up to date to solve
the shared-bandwidth problem?
I would suggest the company uses point-to-point topology because they are putting computers
in two separate buildings and point-to-
Case Project 4-2
I would choose the answer D. Fiber-optic cable leaves more room for growth and future needs for
increased bandwidth than twisted pair does. I would tell my manager that this is very important for
further expansion of the company and by us
Case Project 2-1
You have been hired to upgrade a network of 50 computers currently connected
to 10 Mbps hubs. This long-overdue upgrade is necessary because of poor
network response time caused by a lot of collisions occurring during long file
Erin Shedlock Chapter 7
Why dont more sexually active adolescents consistently use effective contraceptives?
What can be done to improve this situation?
Getting sexually active teenagers to consistently use effective contraceptives is a
challenge. Users h
Erin Shedlock Chapters 8 and 9
Describe and explain Baumrinds four parenting styles.
Diana Baumrind described four basic patterns by which parents exercise control over
their children. These four patterns come from to different, independent dimensions of
Erin Shedlock Chapter 15
Research and discuss the most current statistics regarding percentage of teens drinking and
The percentage of teens in high school that drink and drive (54%) has decreased by more
than half since 1991. Young drivers (ages
Erin Shedlock Chapter 5
Discuss Gardners theory of intelligence and why education might embrace these ideas as
opposed to the traditional verbal/math evaluation of IQ.
Gardners theory of intelligence proposed that numerical expressions of human intelligen
Erin Shedlock Chapter 12 & 13
What is the No Child Left Behind Act? Why is it controversial?
The No Child Left Behind Act is based on four principles. One, schools should be made
accountable for the success of their students and rewarded or punished comme
Erin Shedlock Chapter 7
What is the role of schools in moral education? What are different forms of moral
We are all affect by the moral behavior of others. American schools have historically
been concerned with instilling morality in their stu
Erin Shedlock Chapter 6
Discuss the impact of divorce and remarriage on adolescent identity formation.
My father died 10 days before I was born. My mom and dad werent married. 2004 my mom
married our next door neighbor. She was married to him for 7 years.
Erin Shedlock Chapter 3
List three areas of adolescent development that may be affected by low SES and discuss the
implications and possible solutions to these problems.
Many low-SES adolescents are socialized differently from middle-class youths. Those w
Erin Shedlock Chapter 4
What are the differences in adolescent sleep needs? Describe how lack of sleep affects
Many teenagers dont get as much sleep as they should. In one study, Mary Carskadon and her
colleagues compared the sleep habits of