A(n) ____ is a peripheral device or chip that creates sound from digital instructions input by the user.
true/false: The RIAA is focusing primarily on companies in their battle against copyright infringement.
A fractal is an art form that uses mathematical formulas to create a geometric pattern that is repeated over and over, either at smaller or larger scales.
What is a fractal?
____ is a special effect in which one video image is transformed into another image over the course of several frames of video.
True or False: It is legal to add still or video images to live broadcasts so that they look as if they are part of the original scene.
In 3-D animation, a(n) _____ model forms the basis for generating an artificial character or object.
The ____ of an ECU allows the various modules in the car to send data to and from the ECU.
Sensors are placed on the bumper and below each door.
Where are the sensors of a collision warning system placed?
adaptive cruise control (ACC)
____ is a system that maintains a safe driving interval between your car and other vehicles by changing the gears or by applying the brakes.
Air Traffic Control System Command Center (ATSCC)
The ____ oversees all air traffic control in the United States.
Who completes the preflight routine, which includes transmitting a flight plan to the air traffic control tower?
maintain a database to provide travel providers and consumers information about available flights and seats and to manage inventory.
What is the purpose of a global distribution system (GDS)?
A(n) ____ helps train airline pilots by modeling the experience of being inside the cockpit of a plane.
Computerized tutorials can be programmed to perform a(n) ____, which is a formal process of identifying discrepancies between your current understanding of a topic and an understanding defined as mastery of the topic.
A(n) ____ is a project in which students use Internet resources to answer open-ended questions presented around a particular topic.
Encyclopedia Britannica, CNN Student News
Name an online encyclopedia and an online Web site that has information geared towards students:
learning management system (LMS)
A(n) ____ is a computer-based management administration system that tracks students' progress and performance in the classroom.
In a synchronous setting, the students and instructor attend class at a specific time and information is shared in real time. In an asynchronous setting, students access course resources at whatever time is convenient and communicate through e-mail and mailing lists.
Define the difference between synchronous and asynchronous distance learning:
In spreadsheet terms, a(n) _____ contains an Excel chart that provides a visual representation of spreadsheet data.
True/False: If you increase the font size of characters, you can fit more text
within a given cell.
True/False: A worksheet can contain the following type of data: text, numeric values, dates, and calculated values.
True/False: You can reverse more than one action by clicking on the Undo button's list arrow.
keys. The ` grave accent symbol is usually located above the Tab key on your
To toggle in and out of formula view, press the ________ keys.
________ a printout reduces the width and the height of the printout to fit the
number of pages you specify by shrinking the text size as needed.
The actual data you entered, not the calculation
If you forget to put an = sign at the beginning of a formula, what will appear in the cell?
F2 (to edit the cell); press the Home key (to move the insertion point to the
beginning of the cell); press the Equal sign; and press Enter
How can you correct the problem without re-keying the formula?
The worksheet will
have the same name as the original, but with a (2) following the name.
If you create a copy of an existing worksheet and insert it between some existing
sheets how will the copied worksheet be identified?
press the Esc key or click the Cancel button on the formula bar to cancel all of
the changes you made while in editing mode
If you make a mistake while entering data, what can you do?
The _____ allows you to see the effects of formatting options on the workbook's appearance before you apply them.
You can also open the Format Cells dialog box by ________ a cell, and then
clicking Format Cells on the shortcut menu.
borders button arrow
To see more Border options, in the Font group on the Home tab, click the
True/False: Only fonts, not colors or cell styles, are organized in theme and non-
True/False: You can save a workbook's theme as a file that can be used in other
workbooks or Office files.
True/False: After you apply a table style, you can choose which table elements
you want included in the style.
True/False: You can use cell styles and other formatting tools to individual cells
and ranges to format Excel tables.
True/False: Conditional formatting in a worksheet is special formatting applied
when certain cell values meet one or more conditions.
True/False: Hiding rows, columns, and worksheets is an excellent way to conceal extraneous or distracting information.
True/False: A relative reference is a cell reference that changes when it is copied and pasted in a new location.
equal sign =
5. To let Excel know you want to enter a formula, after clicking in a cell press the _______ key.
True/False: AutoFill copies content but not formats from a cell or range into an adjacent cell or range.
True/False: The small black square in the lower-right corner of a selected cell or range is called the AutoFill button.
If you don't want the cell reference to change when you copy the formula use the _______ reference.
True/False: The values returned by the TODAY and NOW functions are updated
automatically whenever you reopen the workbook or enter a new calculation.
FV future value
To determine how much an investment will be worth after a series of monthly payments at some future time, use the _________ function.
If you want to create a date value for the date represented by the year, month, and day arguments, you use which function?
If you want to create a function that displays the current date and time, you use which function?
By default, a chart is inserted as an embedded chart, which means the chart is placed in a worksheet next to its data source. The advantage of an embedded chart is that you can display the chart alongside any text or figures that can explain the chart's meaning and purpose. A disadvantage is that an embedded chart covers worksheet cells, which might contain data and formulas.
What is an embedded chart? What are the advantages and disadvantages of the embedded chart?
A chart style is similar to a cell style or a table style in that it formats several chart elements at one time. You can change the color and appearance of the slices by selecting a different chart style from the Chart Styles gallery on the Chart Tools Design tab.
What is a chart style?
the ____ specifies the worksheet cells that contain the data on which the chart
will be based.
rue/False: An exploded pie chart moves one slice away from the pie as if someone were taking the piece out of the pie.
True/False: Leader lines can be added to labels placed outside the slices to connect them to their corresponding slices.
True/False: Charts remain linked or connected to their data sources, even if they appear in different worksheets.
True/False: If you change any values or labels in the data source, the chart must be manually updated to show the new content.
an _______ chart element floats in the chart area and is not fixed to a particular position.
rue/False: Charts remain linked or connected to their data sources, even if they appear in different worksheets.
True/False: The Select Data Source dialog box lists all of the data series displayed in the chart.
True/False: If you change any values or labels in the data source, the chart must be manually updated to show the new content
Select the chart to which you want to add a data series
What is the first step when adding a data series to a chart?
true/False: The Select Data Source dialog box lists all of the data series displayed in the chart.
In general, pie charts should be used only when the number of categories is small and the relative sizes of the different slices can be easily determined.
If you have several categories, use a column or bar chart.
Line charts are best for categories that follow a sequential order.
Be aware, however, that the time intervals must be a constant length if used in a line chart.
Line charts will distort data that occurs in irregular time intervals, making it appear that the data values occurred at regular intervals when they did not. Pie, column, bar, and line charts assume that numbers are plotted against categories. In science and engineering applications, you will often want to plot two numeric values against one another. For that data, use XY scatter charts, which show the patterns or relationship between two or more sets of values. XY scatter charts are also good for data recorded at irregular time intervals. If you still can't find the right chart to meet your needs, you can create a custom chart based on the built- in chart types. Third-party vendors also sell software to allow Excel to create charts not built into the software.
How do you know which type of chart to use with your data?
To select more than one shape, hold down the _____ key, then click each of the remaining shapes.
The chart's ___________ controls how fast the chart appears to recede from the
To create a set of sparklines, you first select a ________ , and then you select a
location range where you want the sparklines to appear.
A ________ is a conditional format that adds a horizontal bar to the background
of a cell containing a numeric value.
There are three types of sparklines - line, column, and win/loss. A line sparkline might be used to show the sales history of a department. A column sparkline could be used to present a record of monthly temperatures and a win/loss sparkline could be used to show the season results for sports teams.
What are the three types of sparklines ?
True/False. When you edit cells in a worksheet group, the changes you make to one worksheet are automatically applied to the other worksheets in the group.
Select the sheet tabs you want to copy
What is the first step in copying worksheets to another workbook?
True/False. The fastest way to copy an entire worksheet to press and hold the Alt
key as you drag and drop the sheet tab
Click the cell where you want to enter the formula. Type = and enter the formula. To insert a reference from another worksheet, click the sheet tab for the worksheet, and then click the cell or select the range you want to reference.
What are the steps to enter a formula that references another worksheet?
It refers to the same cell or range in multiple worksheets in the same workbook.
What is a 3-D reference?
A _____ is a connection between the files that allows data to be transferred from one file to the other.
the ______ file (sometimes referred to as the dependent file) is the workbook
that receives the data.
True/False. A reference in a formula that refers to another workbook is called a
True/False. When you break a link using the Break Links command in the Edit
Links dialog box, all the external reference formulas are converted to their most
When you start Excel and see the blank workbook called Book1, you are actually
using a workbook based on a template known as the _____ template.
True/False. You can create a workbook with all the formulas and formatting you
need and then save it as a template on which you can base other workbooks.
A _____ is a workbook template you create that is ready to run with the formulas
for all calculations included as well as all formatting
___________ refers to data, applications, and even resources that are stored on
servers that you access over the Internet rather than your own computer.
True/False. You can access your SkyDrive and the office Web Apps anywhere
you have Internet access.
True/False. When you save a worksheet as a Web page, Excel converts the contents of the worksheet into XML. (
To delete a connection to its data source, select the connection in the list in the Workbook Connections dialog box, and then click the _____ button.
Click the Existing Connections button in the Get External Data group on the Data tab. Open the connection you want to apply, and specify the new location in the workbook.
How do you apply a connection to a new location?
Click the Office Button and then click the Excel Options button
Where do you find the Trust Center in Excel?
True/False: When other users copy your Excel projects to their own computers,
path names to external data sources might change and become unusable.
When you filter data, you specify which records you
want to retrieve using specific criteria.
what is a filter?
When you _____ a query, Excel retrieves the most current data from the data source, using the query definition you have created.
Rich Text Format (RTF)
_____ is a file format that allows for text formatting styles including boldface, italic, and color, but not advanced features such as hyperlinks or complicated table structures.
Web query files are simple text files, so you can view and edit their contents in Notepad. If you understand the Web query language, you can create sophisticated programs to retrieve and process Web data
How do you edit a Web query?