5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Disk Drive
- a The set of typewriter-like keys that enables you to enter data into a computer. These are similar to electric-typewriter versions but contain additional keys.
- b Internal storage areas in the computer.
- c A machine that reads and writes data onto a disk. Rotates disk very fast and has one or more heads that read data.
- d Equipment (CPU, disks, tapes, modem, cables, etc.). The design specifies the commands it can follow, and the instructions tell it what to do.
- e 4th Fastest Internet connection.
5 Multiple choice questions
- This term can describe either how many pixels a monitor can display or how fine a printer can print.
- What "pixel" is short for.
- What "ROM" stands for.
- This represents 1,000 bytes. (NOT Abbreviation)
- Computers almost always contain a small amount of this that holds instructions for starting up computer. Cannot be written to. (Abbreviation)
5 True/False questions
USB → The brains of the computer. Most calculations take place here. (Abbreviation)
28.8 → The brains of the computer. Most calculations take place here. (Abbreviation)
Motherboard → Main circuit board of a microcomputer. Contains the connectors for attaching additional boards.
Binary Term → This represents 1,000 megabytes or 1 billion bytes. (NOT Abbreviation)
Graphics Interchange Format → What "GIF" stands for.