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									Sample Exam CSCI 1100

Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

____    1. On a network, the major difference between the server and client computers is that the server ordinarily has
           _____.
           a. less power, less storage space, and decreased communication capabilities
           b. less power, less storage space, but expanded communication capabilities
           c. more power, more storage space, but decreased communication capabilities
           d. more power, more storage space, and expanded communication capabilities
____    2. In many models of personal computers, the system unit is the tall and narrow _____, which can sit on the floor
           vertically — if desktop space is limited.
           a. land                                           c. oasis
           b. tower                                          d. plane
____    3. The _____ combines the features of the traditional notebook computer with the simplicity of pencil and paper.
           a. desktop computer                               c. tower computer
           b. mainframe                                      d. Tablet PC
____    4. A satellite modem _____.
           a. uses regular copper telephone lines
           b. is a high-speed Internet connection
           c. accesses the Internet through the cable television network
           d. uses radio signals to communicate with a tower
____    5. _____ is the process of a computer receiving information, such as a Web page, from a server on the Internet.
           a. Streaming                                      c. Flowing
           b. Downloading                                    d. Uploading
____    6. In a Web address, the _____, is a set of rules that defines how pages transfer on the Internet.
           a. html, which stands for Hypertext Markup Language
           b. www, which stands for World Wide Web
           c. http, which stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol
           d. url, which stands for Uniform Resource Locator
____    7. _____ consists of the sale of goods and services by a company to the general public.
           a. Consumer-to-business (C2B) e-commerce
           b. Business-to-consumer (B2C) e-commerce
           c. Consumer-to-consumer (C2C) e-commerce
           d. Business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce
____    8. _____ occurs when one consumer sells directly to another consumer, such as in an online auction.
           a. Consumer-to-business (C2B) e-commerce
           b. Business-to-consumer (B2C) e-commerce
           c. Consumer-to-consumer (C2C) e-commerce
           d. Business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce
____    9. Most e-commerce actually takes place between businesses, which is called _____.
           a. consumer-to-business (C2B) e-commerce
           b. business-to-consumer (B2C) e-commerce
           c. consumer-to-consumer (C2C) e-commerce
           d. business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce
____   10. Today, _____ is a primary communications method for both personal and business users.
           a. e-commerce                                     c. chat room
         b. FTP                                          d. e-mail
____ 11. In an Internet e-mail address, a(n) _____ symbol separates the user name from the domain name.
         a. & (ampersand)                                c. * (asterisk)
         b. @ (at)                                       d. ~ (tilde)
____ 12. _____ is the process of transferring documents, graphics, and other objects from a computer to a server on the
         Internet.
         a. Uploading                                    c. Downloading
         b. Streaming                                    d. Flowing
____ 13. For _____ to work, both parties must be online at the same time and the receiver of a message must be willing to
         accept messages.
         a. e-mail                                       c. instant messaging
         b. FTP                                          d. all of the above


True/False
Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false.

____ 14. The user interface controls how data and instructions are entered and how information displays on the screen.
____ 15. Some desktop computers are powerful enough to function as a server on a network.
____ 16. Some mobile devices can connect to the Internet wirelessly.
____ 17. The primary input device on a PDA is a mouse.
____ 18. The mission of the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) is to contribute to the growth of the Web.
____ 19. Like an IP address, the components of a domain name are separated by commas.
____ 20. A static Web page allows visitors to customize some or all of the viewed content.
____ 21. Many United States government agencies have informational Web sites providing information such as census
         data, tax codes, and the congressional budget.
____ 22. Smaller file sizes result in slower downloading of Web pages because small files transmit slower than large files.
____ 23. The goal with JPEG graphics is to reach a balance between image quality and file size.
____ 24. Streaming allows users to access and use a file while it is transmitting.
____ 25. To use IM, a user may have to install instant messenger software on the computer or device he or she plans to use.


Written Question Topics:
History of the Internet (dates, terms)
Word (how-to)
Excel (facts, how-to)

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Sample Exam CSCI 1100
Answer Section

MULTIPLE CHOICE

     1.   ANS:   D      DIF:   P   REF:   11   OBJ:   5
     2.   ANS:   B      DIF:   S   REF:   20   OBJ:   8
     3.   ANS:   D      DIF:   P   REF:   21   OBJ:   8
     4.   ANS:   B      DIF:   S   REF:   70   OBJ:   2
     5.   ANS:   B      DIF:   P   REF:   76   OBJ:   5
     6.   ANS:   C      DIF:   S   REF:   76   OBJ:   6
     7.   ANS:   B      DIF:   S   REF:   92   OBJ:   10
     8.   ANS:   C      DIF:   S   REF:   92   OBJ:   10
     9.   ANS:   D      DIF:   S   REF:   92   OBJ:   10
    10.   ANS:   D      DIF:   P   REF:   93   OBJ:   11
    11.   ANS:   B      DIF:   P   REF:   94   OBJ:   11
    12.   ANS:   A      DIF:   P   REF:   96   OBJ:   11
    13.   ANS:   C      DIF:   P   REF:   98   OBJ:   11


TRUE/FALSE

    14.   ANS:   T      DIF:   S   REF:   15   OBJ:   7
    15.   ANS:   T      DIF:   P   REF:   20   OBJ:   8
    16.   ANS:   T      DIF:   P   REF:   21   OBJ:   8
    17.   ANS:   F      DIF:   P   REF:   22   OBJ:   8
    18.   ANS:   T      DIF:   S   REF:   70   OBJ:   1
    19.   ANS:   F      DIF:   P   REF:   73   OBJ:   3
    20.   ANS:   F      DIF:   P   REF:   75   OBJ:   4
    21.   ANS:   T      DIF:   P   REF:   82   OBJ:   7
    22.   ANS:   F      DIF:   P   REF:   85   OBJ:   8
    23.   ANS:   T      DIF:   S   REF:   85   OBJ:   8
    24.   ANS:   T      DIF:   P   REF:   86   OBJ:   8
    25.   ANS:   T      DIF:   P   REF:   98   OBJ:   11

								
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