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The main circuit board that houses the microprocessor and connects all other computer components is:
a) electronic board b) mainboard c) binary code d) motherboard
A microprocessor is an example of what type of computer component?
a) input b) output c) storage d) processing
The brain of the computer is known as:
a) the motherboard b) the CPU c) the video card d) the network card
A monitor is an example of what type of computer component?
a) input b) output c) storage d) processing
The card responsible for what we see on our monitors is a:
a) sound card b) network card c) video card d) bluetooth card
Three types of hardware could include:
a) printer, microphone, MS Word b) binary, speaker, monitor c) external hard drive, internal hard drive, programming language d) hard drive, printer, monitor
Speakers are an example of what type of computer component?
a) input b) output c) storage d) processing
ROM stands for:
a) Random Output Memory b) Really Old Memory c) Read Only Memory d) Random Old Memory
A printer is an example of what type of computer component?
a) input b) output c) storage d) processing
A flash drive is also referred to as:
a) jump drive and thumb drive b) finger drive and thumb drive c) hard drive and memory drive d) programming drive and jump drive
The microprocessor has the following jobs:
a) input, output, print b) fetch, input, store c) fetch, RAM, output d) fetch, decode, execute
KB stands for Kilobyte; MB stands for Megabyte; and GB standards for Gigabyte. What does TB stand for?
a) Terrificbyte b) Terriblebyte c) Terabyte d) Tonsofbyte
A microphone is an example of what type of computer component?
a) input b) output c) storage d) processing
Processor speed is measured in terms of:
a) kilobytes and megabytes b) gigabytes and terabytes c) megahertz and gigahertz d) bits and bytes
The four components of computers are:
a) input, output, saving, processing b) input, outsourcing, storage, processing c) internal, output, storage, processing d) input, output, storage, processing
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