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1 Understanding Computers, Ch. 11 Chapter 1 Introduction to the World of Computers

2 Understanding Computers, Ch. 12 1. A collection of computers and devices that are connected together to share hardware, software, and data, as well as to communicate electronically with one another. A) hardware B) peripherals C) computer network D) distant learning

3 Understanding Computers, Ch. 13 C) computer network 1

4 Understanding Computers, Ch. 14 2. Helps prepare written documents, such as letters and reports. A) Word processing program B) Operating system C) Programming language D) Web browser

5 Understanding Computers, Ch. 15 A) Word processing program 2

6 Understanding Computers, Ch. 16 3. A computer system based on a microprocessor, designed to be used by one person at a time; also called a personal computer or PC. A) supercomputer B) microcomputer C) desktop computer D) handheld computer

7 Understanding Computers, Ch. 17 B) microcomputer 3

8 Understanding Computers, Ch. 18 4. A computer used in large organizations (such as hospitals, large businesses, and colleges) that need to manage large amounts of centralized data and run multiple programs simultaneously. A) supercomputer B) mainframe computer C) desktop computer D) handheld computer

9 Understanding Computers, Ch. 19 B) mainframe computer 4

10 Understanding Computers, Ch. 110 5. A fully functioning portable PC that opens to reveal a screen and keyboard. A) supercomputer B) microcomputer C) notebook computer D) handheld computer

11 Understanding Computers, Ch. 111 C) notebook computer 5

12 Understanding Computers, Ch. 112 6. A medium-sized computer used to host programs and data for a small network. A) thin client B) star network C) midrange server D) portable pc

13 Understanding Computers, Ch. 113 C) midrange server 6

14 Understanding Computers, Ch. 114 7. Used to create application programs. A) Word processing program B) Operating system C) Programming language D) Web browser

15 Understanding Computers, Ch. 115 C) Programming language 7

16 Understanding Computers, Ch. 116 8. A PC designed to access a network for processing and data storage, instead of performing those tasks locally. A) network computer B) mobile device C) notebook computer D) mainframe computer

17 Understanding Computers, Ch. 117 A) network computer 8

18 Understanding Computers, Ch. 118 9. A portable PC about the size of a notebook that is designed to be used with an electronic pen. A) mainframe computer B) mobile device C) notebook computer D) tablet pc

19 Understanding Computers, Ch. 119 D) tablet pc 9

20 Understanding Computers, Ch. 120 10. A programmable, electronic device that accepts data input, performs operations on that data, and presents and stores the results. A) programming B) hardware C) output device D) computer

21 Understanding Computers, Ch. 121 D) computer 10

22 Understanding Computers, Ch. 122 11. A small personal computer, such as notebook, tablet, or handheld PC, designed to be carried around easily. A) mainframe computer B) portable pc C) notebook computer D) tablet pc

23 Understanding Computers, Ch. 123 B) portable pc 11

24 Understanding Computers, Ch. 124 12. A very small device, usually based on a wireless phone or pager, that has some type of computing or Internet capability built in. A) mainframe computer B) notebook computer C) mobile device D) tablet pc

25 Understanding Computers, Ch. 125 C) mobile device 12

26 Understanding Computers, Ch. 126 13. Performing operations on data that has been input into a computer to convert that input to output. A) processing B) CPU C) computer D) information

27 Understanding Computers, Ch. 127 A) processing 13

28 Understanding Computers, Ch. 128 14. The process of presenting the results of processing; can also refer to the results themselves. A) input B) processing C) data D) output

29 Understanding Computers, Ch. 129 D) output 14

30 Understanding Computers, Ch. 130 15. Programs that enable users to perform specific tasks on a computer, such as writing a letter or playing a game. A) application software B) utility software C) operating software D) programming software

31 Understanding Computers, Ch. 131 A) application software 15

32 Understanding Computers, Ch. 132 16. Programs, such as the operating system, that control the operation of a computer and its devices, as well as enable application software to run on the PC. A) utility software B) application software C) system software D) programming software

33 Understanding Computers, Ch. 133 C) system software 16

34 Understanding Computers, Ch. 134 17. The operation of saving data, programs, or output for future use. A) disk drive B) reading C) storage D) folders

35 Understanding Computers, Ch. 135 C) storage 17

36 Understanding Computers, Ch. 136 18. The fastest, most expensive, and most powerful type of computer. A) mainframe computer B) handheld computer C) microcomputer D) supercomputer

37 Understanding Computers, Ch. 137 D) supercomputer 18

38 Understanding Computers, Ch. 138 19. Allows access to resources located on the Internet. A) Word processing program B) Operating system C) Programming language D) Web browser

39 Understanding Computers, Ch. 139 D) Web browser 19

40 Understanding Computers, Ch. 140 20. The instructions, also called computer programs, that are used to tell a computer what it should do. A) hardware B) software C) data D) information

41 Understanding Computers, Ch. 141 B) software 20

42 Understanding Computers, Ch. 142 21. The largest and most well-known computer network, linking millions of computers all over the world. A) star network B) personal computer C) modem D) Internet

43 Understanding Computers, Ch. 143 D) Internet 21

44 Understanding Computers, Ch. 144 22. The physical parts of a computer system, such as the keyboard, monitor, printer, and so forth. A) software B) input C) data D) hardware

45 Understanding Computers, Ch. 145 D) hardware 22

46 Understanding Computers, Ch. 146 23. The process of entering data into a computer; can also refer to the data itself. A) key B) input C) append D) add

47 Understanding Computers, Ch. 147 B) input 23

48 Understanding Computers, Ch. 148 24. Supervises the running of all other programs on the computer. A) Word processing program B) Operating system C) Programming language D) Web browser

49 Understanding Computers, Ch. 149 B) Operating system 24

50 Understanding Computers, Ch. 150 25. A Web browser is an example of hardware A) True B) False

51 Understanding Computers, Ch. 151 B) False 25

52 Understanding Computers, Ch. 152 The End!


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