Computer Theory

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1. Which of the following is an example of a permanent storage location on a computer? Cell.
Hard drive.
RAM.
CPU.
2. If you started a report at school and wanted to finish it at home, which of the following would be the best place to save a file? Read-only compact disk (CD-ROM).
Floppy disk or USB flash drive.
Hard drive.
Laser disk.
3. Which of the following is an example of a number in the binary number system, the number system that computers use to process information? 23.
68.
110.
119.
4. Which of the following units of data represents the greatest amount of information? Bit.
Byte.
Gigabyte.
Megabyte.
5. Which of the following is an output device from a computer? CPU.
Floppy disk.
Keyboard.
Monitor.
6. Which of the following is an input device to a computer? CPU.
Floppy disk.
Keyboard.
Monitor.
7. The temporary workspace of a computer is known as: ROM.
RAM.
Graphics.
Desktop.
8. About how many bytes does a megabyte contain? 10 bytes.
100 bytes.
1,000 bytes.
1,000,000 bytes.
9. Which of the following provides basic instructions for the computer to run properly? RAM.
ROM.
Desktop.
Monitor.
10. A file's size may be measured in units of: Megahertz (MHz).
Kilobytes (K).
Dots per inch (dpi).
Bits per second (bps).
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