CS 200 Computer Applications and Labs
FINAL EXAM REVIEW QUESTIONS
Ch 4 Review
Matching
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CS200 Lab 10 Integration Multimedia Document Making and Classroom Presentation
PowerPoint design and making
25%
Presentation and participation
25%
Multimedia
(Text, Sound
Saved File with Music
and graphics
Web pages and links)
25%
5%
10%
10%
Slide Quality
Frequency of NFL Franchises
9
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5
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4
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0
Class
Frequency
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Frequency
Cumulative Frequency
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Amount of Debt in Recent Years in Billions
1800
1600
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Amount of Debt in B
Pappas 1
Alex Pappas
Ms. Singh
English 104
28 March 2008
Wireless Communications
Wireless communications are everywhere. People around the world regularly send and receive
messages wirelessly, that is, transmitted through the air. Three types of wireless
Yadav 1
Pahdi Yadav
Professor Milton
English 101
5 May 2008
Antivirus Programs
Today, people reply on computers to create, store, and manage critical information, many times
via a home computer network. Information transmitted over network has a higher de
CS 200 Computer Applications and Labs
FINAL EXAM REVIEW QUESTIONS
Ch 4 Review
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II. Use Excel to make bar graphs for Question 1 & 5.
A. Pick a random number between 1 and 10
Random Numbers
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Frequency
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B. Where do you live? Which village?
Villages
Frquency
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CS 200 Computer Applications and Labs
FINAL EXAM REVIEW QUESTIONS
Ch 4 Review
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Ch 1 Review
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software
input devices
output devices
storage device
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CS 200 Computer Applications and Labs
FINAL EXAM REVIEW QUESTIONS
Ch 4 Review
Matching
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column on the right.
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Chapter 8
Security Issues, Ethics
And the Trends in
Computer Applications
1
CHAPTER 8 OBJECTIVES
Identify security risks that threaten home and
school computers
Describe how computer viruses and
malicious software programs work and the
steps you can tak
Chapter 3
Introduction to
Computer Software
1
CHAPTER 3 OBJECTIVES
Explain the role of an operating system and
list the main operating systems used on
todays computers
Define and describe a user interface and a
graphical user interface
Identify the imp
Chapter 1
Overview
1
CHAPTER 1 OBJECTIVES
Explain the difference between computer,
information, and integration literacy
Define and describe computers and their
functions
Identify the major components of a computer
Explain the four operations of the i
Chapter 5
Multimedia
Technology
1
CHAPTER 5 OBJECTIVES
Define multimedia
Describe types of media used in
multimedia applications
Explain the different uses of multimedia
applications
Discuss multimedia applications on the
Web
2
CHAPTER 5 OBJECTIVES
I
Chapter 7
Technology
Evaluation
1
CHAPTER 7 OBJECTIVES
Identify the sources of information for evaluating
technology
Describe the considerations and tools used to
evaluate software applications
List and explain the key criteria used to
evaluate Web res
Chapter 4
Introduction to
Computer Hardware
1
CHAPTER 4 OBJECTIVES
Describe the system unit
Define the term bit, and describe how a
series of bits are used to represent data
Identify the major components of the
system unit and explain their functions
Chapter 2
Networks and Applications
1
CHAPTER 2 OBJECTIVES
Define communications
Identify the basic components of a
communications system
Describe how and why network
computers are used in schools and
school districts
Explain how the Internet works
2
Chapter 6
Integration of
Computer Technology
And Educational
Technologies
1
CHAPTER 6 OBJECTIVES
Define curriculum and explain
curriculum standards and benchmarks
Explain technology integration, or
curriculum integration
Describe the use of computers i
David Sablan
MA 151-04
P. Singh
1 May 2013
Homework 6.2
2. Teachers Salaries The average salary for first-year teachers is $27,989. If the distribution
is approximately normal with , what is the probability that a randomly selected first-year teacher
make
David Sablan
MA 151-04
28 April 2013
Homework 6.1
1. What are the characteristics of a normal distribution?
a. It is bell-shaped
b. It is symmetric about the mean.
c. Its mean, median, and mode are equal.
d. It is continuous
e. It never touches the x axis
David Sablan
MA 151-04
P. Singh
Homework 5.3
1. Which of the following are binomial experiments or can be reduced to binomial experiments?
a. Surveying 100 people to determine if they like Sudsy Soap
-Yes
b. Tossing a coin 100 times to see how many heads
David Sablan
MA 151-04
P. Singh
Homework 5.2
1. Defective Transistors From past experience, a company has found that in cartons of
transistors, 92% contain no defective transistors, 3% contain one defective transistor, 3% contain
two defective transistors
David Sablan
MA 151-04
P. Singh
Homework 5.1
1. Define and give three examples of a random variable.
-A random variable is a variable whose values are determined by choice.
Three examples:
a. If a die is rolled, a letter such as X can be used to represent
David Sablan
MA 151-04
P. Singh
4 Apr 2013
Homework 4.5
P. 240-241
1. Selecting Cards Find the probability of getting 2 face cards (king, queen, or jack) when 2
cards are drawn from a deck without replacement
1 card drawen is a face card
(4*3)/52= 12/52=3
David Sablan
MA 151-04
P. Singh
4 Apr 2013
Homework 4.5
2) Selecting a Committee A parent-teacher committee consisting of 4 people is to be formed
from 20 parents and 5 teachers. Find the probability that the committee will consist of these
people. (Assum
David Sablan
MA 151-04
P. Singh
2 April 2013
Homework 4.3 & 4.4
Homework 4.3
1. State which events are independent and which are dependent.
a. Tossing a coin and drawing a card from a deck Independent
b. Drawing a ball from an urn, not replacing it, and t
David Sablan
MA 151-04
P. Singh
3/28/13
Homework 4.2
1. Define mutually exclusive events, and give an example of two events that are mutually
exclusive and two events that are not mutually exclusive.
-Two events are mutually exclusive events if they canno
David Sablan
MA 151-04
P. Singh
3/28/13
Homework 4.2
1. Define mutually exclusive events, and give an example of two events that are mutually
exclusive and two events that are not mutually exclusive.
-Two events are mutually exclusive events if they canno
David Sablan
MA 151-04
P. Singh
3/20/2013
omework 4.1
1. What is a probability experiment? It is a chance process that leads to well-defined outcomes.
2. Define sample space.
A set of all possible outcomes of a probability experiment.
3. What is the diffe