Chapter 1 Quiz

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Name:ID: Email: Chapter 1 CIS 30 True/False:Indicate whether the statement is true or false. 1:Data is information that has been translated into a form that is more conducive to storage, transmission, and calculation. True 2:Some people call computer terminals thick-client workstations. False 3:A type of microcomputer-to-local area network connection that is growing in popularity is the wireless connection. True 4:To communicate with the Internet using a dial-up modem, a user’s computer must connect to another computer that is already communicating with the Internet. True 5:It is not possible to connect two local area networks so that they can share peripherals as well as software. False 6:Metropolitan area networks…show more content…
True 8:One of the most explosive areas of growth in recent years has been cellular phone networks. True 9:By the 1970s, telephone systems carried more computer data than…show more content…
A(n) _logical(D)___ connection is a nonphysical connection between sender and receiver that allows an exchange of commands and responses. a.physical b.encapsulated c.real d.logical 24. The addition of control information to a packet as it moves through the layers is called _encapsulation(A)___. a.encapsulation b.overloading c.payload d.filtering 25. The merging together of two or more businesses or technologies is termed__convergence(A) a.convergence b.inversion c.manipulation d.commercilization Complete each statement. 1. ________workstation____________ are personal computers or microcomputers where users reside. 2. __________protocols__________ are sets of rules used by communication devices. 3. The _______network_____________ layer of the OSI model is responsible for creating, maintaining, and ending network connections. 4. The __________internet protocol, IP_______________ is the software that prepares a packet of data so that it can move from one network to another on the Internet or within a set of corporate networks. 5. The ___transport___________ layer of the TCP/IP protocol suite is responsible for making sure that what leaves one end of the network arrives at the other end of the network exactly the

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