IS3445 Security for Web
Applications and Social
Networking
Unit 2
Social Networking and the Evolution of
Personal Communication
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Learning Objective and Key
Concepts
Learning Objective
Analyze the evolut
Introduction to Networking
QUIZZES & EXAMS
Final Exam
Scope
This exam assesses your understanding of concepts presented in all units of the course (1-10).
Directions
Unless otherwise specified, this is a closed-book, closed-notes assessment. No reference
Reading heading: NT2779.U1.HO4
Project Name: Orange Creek, Inc.
ORANGE CREEK, INC.
CTHULHU NETWORK SOLUTIONS
Business Plan
By:
Justin Dalrymple
Joe Goodman
Bethsida Drohin
Muslimah Quattlebaum
Danny Green
Date: 09/2015
Reading heading: NT2779.U1.HO4
Proje
MA1310 EXERCISE 2.1
Marc Jackson Dalzon
1. What is an exponential function?
An exponential function is a mathematical function of the following form: f ( x ) = a x
where x is a variable, and a is a constant called the base of the function. The most common
Math1310 exercise 3.1
Marc Jackson Dalzon
1. Find the exact value of:
a) Sin 300
sin 300=-sin60=-3/2
b) Because 405 degree is not on the unit circle 405-360=45 (v2/2, v2/2) must divided the
numerator of y by the numerator of x v2/v2=1 tan
c) Cot (13pie/3)
Marc Jackson Dalzon and victor e. Arteepa, Nick Freeman
Nt1310
Unit 6 building a new structure RFP
The successful contractor must be a certified installer of the infrastructure
components being
Provided and show proof thereof. The contractor must be an au
Ma1310 exercise 2.2
Marc Jackson Dalzon
1. Solve the following exponential equation by expressing each side
as a power of the same base and then equating exponent:
6^x=26
2. Solve the following exponential equation: e^x=22.8
3. Solve the following logarit
Ma1310 exercise 3.2
Marc Jackson Dalzon
1. The graph of the tangent function is given below. Find the equation off the graph in the
form y=A tan (BX-C) .
Y=tan (x+/2)
a. Find A. the y-coordinate the points on the graph and of the way between the
consecuti
Exercise 4.1
Marc Jackson Dalzon
1. Use the values given in the above triangle and find the value of B, b, and c.
A= 48
C=97
Deg a=12
I know that B is 35 because A+C+B = 180
the formula Is SinA/a = SinB/b = SinC/c
So Sin48/12 = Sin35/b = Sin 97/c B = 35 b
Marc Jackson Dalzon
Unit 7 exercise fiber optics definitions
Nt1310
1. OTDR
Short for Optical Time Domain Reflectometer, an instrument that analyzes the light
loss in an optical fiber in optical network trouble shooting. An OTDR injects a short,
intense l
NT1430, Unit 1 assignment 1
Marc Jackson Dalzon
* Chap. 1
1.) What is Free Software?
a. Here are three characteristics of free software.
* The freedom to run the program, for any purpose (freedom 0)
* The freedom to redistribute copies so you can help you
NT1430
Marc Jackson Dalzon
Unit 2 Assignment 2
Chapter Exercise
p. 182 (1,3,4,8,10)
1) What commands can you use to determine who is logged in on a specific terminal?
who, whoami, who am i, finger and w
3) What happens if you give the following commands w
NT1430 , Unit 3 Chapter Exercises
Marc Jackson Dalzon
Chapter 7 (Page 251)
1. What does the shell ordinarily do while a command is executing? What should you do if you do not
want to wait for a command to finish before running another command?
The shell
Dennis M Duarte
NT-1230
UNIT 4 Lab 1
Working with Workgroups
Users and Groups.
A) Switches an account from the standard user token to the administrative token
B) displayed when a regular user requires administrative access
C) confirmation of a users ident
Dennis M Duarte
NT-1230
UNIT 5.
unit 5 problems set 1.
Complete the following exercise by matching the terms with their corresponding definitions.
a. automated password guessing
b. Windows authorization mechanism
c. passwords plus smartcards
d. stored in