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2 How Much Do I Remember? Are you ready to play.....

3 D: Mainframe A: Super computer C: Workstations B: PDA 1. Powerful desktop computers designed for specialized tasks such as design tasks ( medical imaging and computer-aided design)

4 D: Mainframe A: PC C: Videogame B: Notebook 2. A portable microcomputer.

5 D: Server A: Shareware C: internet B: Super computer 3. A computer that handles requests for data, , file transfers, and other network services from other computers (clients)

6 D: output A: input C: store data B: process data 4. Whatever is put into a computer system supplied by environment, person, other computer.

7 D: Program A: Information C: Input B: Data 5. Information consisting of text, numbers, sounds, and images that is entered into the computer to be processed.

8 D: Printer A: Input C: Output B: Storage 6. Processing results produced by the computer.

9 D: kilobyte A: bit C: byte B: nibble 7. Each piece of information.

10 D: laser A: floppy disk C: hard disk B: zip disk 8. One integrated unit that cannot easily be removed from the computer.

11 D: laser A: floppy disk C: hard disk B: zip disk 9. A small and portable kind of disk.

12 D: Formatting A: Resolution C: deframenting B: Execution cycle 10. Prepares a disk for use on a specific type of drive; imprints a disk with the information it needs to work in that particular kind of drive.

13 D: CD-ROM A: DVD-ROM C: RAM B: Hard disk 11. Disk that can store up to 680 MB of data; data can only be read from it.

14 D: Dot pitch A: Revolution C: Screen size B: Resolution 12. The number of pixels or dots that a monitor can display

15 D: Graphics A: Menus C: Icons B: GUI 13. Graphic images or symbols that represent applications (programs), files, disk drives, documents, etc.

16 D: Worm A: Trojan Horse C: Macro Virus B: File virus 14. Infects a set of instructions in a mini program.

17 D: IP Address A: Server C: Mainframe B: Workstation 15. A computer or software on a network that supplies the network with data and storage.

18 D: supercomputer A: PC C: laptop B: handheld 16. A small, pocket-sized computer designed to run on its own power supply and provide users with basic applications.

19 D: Biometrics A: Base 2 binary code C: Boolean operator B: Decimal system 17. A method for representing numbers using only two digits, 0 and 1.

20 D: Information A: Input C: Field B: Output 18.The words, numbers, and graphics used as the basis for human actions and decisions.

21 D: CPU A: Hardware C: System unit B: Circuit 19. The case or box that contains the computers power supply, storage devices, main circuit board, processor, and memory

22 D: Megabyte A: Megahertz (MHz) C: Kilobyte B: Terabyte 20. A measure of frequency equivalent to 1 million cycles per second.

23 D: Module A: Pit C: Pixel B: Nibble 21. The smallest unit in a graphic image or computer display.

24 D: Executing A: Networking C: Multitasking B: Installing 22. An operating system that runs two or more programs at the same time.

25 D: Machine code A: ISP C: MAC address B: IP Address 23. A unique identifying number assigned to each computer connected to the Internet.

26 D: Ultra ATA A: Zip drive C: CD B: Zip disk 24. Floppy disk technology manufactured by Iomega available in 100 MB and 250 MB versions.

27 D: CD-RW A: CD-R C: CD-ROM drive B: CD-ROM 25. An acronym for compact disc-rewritable.

28 Answers ANSWERS TO MULTIPLE CHOICE

29 D: Mainframe A: Super computer C: Workstations B: PDA 1. Powerful desktop computers designed for specialized tasks such as design tasks ( medical imaging and computer-aided design)

30 D: Mainframe A: PC C: Videogame B: Notebook 2. A portable microcomputer.

31 D: Server A: Shareware C: internet B: Super computer 3. A computer that handles requests for data, , file transfers, and other network services from other computers (clients)

32 D: output A: input C: store data B: process data 4. Whatever is put into a computer system supplied by environment, person, other computer.

33 D: Program A: Information C: Input B: Data 5. Information consisting of text, numbers, sounds, and images that is entered into the computer to be processed.

34 D: Printer A: Input C: Output B: Storage 6. Processing results produced by the computer.

35 D: kilobyte A: bit C: byte B: nibble 7. Each piece of information.

36 D: laser A: floppy disk C: hard disk B: zip disk 8. One integrated unit that cannot easily be removed from the computer.

37 D: laser A: floppy disk C: hard disk B: zip disk 9. A small and portable kind of disk.

38 D: Formatting A: Resolution C: deframenting B: Execution cycle 10. Prepares a disk for use on a specific type of drive; imprints a disk with the information it needs to work in that particular kind of drive.

39 D: CD-ROM A: DVD-ROM C: RAM B: Hard disk 11. Disk that can store up to 680 MB of data; data can only be read from it.

40 D: Dot pitch A: Revolution C: Screen size B: Resolution 12. The number of pixels or dots that a monitor can display

41 D: Graphics A: Menus C: Icons B: GUI 13. Graphic images or symbols that represent applications (programs), files, disk drives, documents, etc.

42 D: Worm A: Trojan Horse C: Macro Virus B: File virus 14. Infects a set of instructions in a mini program.

43 D: IP Address A: Server C: Mainframe B: Workstation 15. A computer or software on a network that supplies the network with data and storage.

44 D: supercomputer C: laptop B: handheld 16. A small, pocket-sized computer designed to run on its own power supply and provide users with basic applications. A: PC

45 D: Biometrics A: Base 2 binary code C: Boolean operator B: Decimal system 17. A method for representing numbers using only two digits, 0 and 1.

46 D: Information A: Input C: Field B: Output 18.The words, numbers, and graphics used as the basis for human actions and decisions.

47 D: CPU A: Hardware C: System unit B: Circuit 19. The case or box that contains the computers power supply, storage devices, main circuit board, processor, and memory

48 D: Megabyte A: Megahertz (MHz) C: Kilobyte B: Terabyte 20. A measure of frequency equivalent to 1 million cycles per second.

49 D: Module A: Pit C: Pixel B: Nibble 21. The smallest unit in a graphic image or computer display.

50 D: Executing A: Networking C: Multitasking B: Installing 22. An operating system that runs two or more programs at the same time.

51 D: Machine code A: ISP C: MAC address B: IP Address 23. A unique identifying number assigned to each computer connected to the Internet.

52 D: Ultra ATA A: Zip drive C: CD B: Zip disk 24. Floppy disk technology manufactured by Iomega available in 100 MB and 250 MB versions.

53 D: CD-RW A: CD-R C: CD-ROM drive B: CD-ROM 25. An acronym for compact disc-rewritable.


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