Which of the following is true about the process of read data, as described in the chapter? The CPU tells the RAM which address holds the data that the CPU wants to read. 8. Which of the following is not a feature of a file system that might use with a hard disk drive? An actuator arm 13.
How does this compare to the individual values of Byte 1 and Byte 2? The decimal equivalent of the binary sequence is 6,633 which is the sum of the values of byte 1 and byte 2. Exercise 1.3.3 Given a device with a storage capacity of 120 MB, how many bytes can be stored on this device? Show your calculations. 120 MB x 1024 = 122,880 KB x 1024 = 125,829,120 bytes Exercise 1.3.4 Given a computer with a disk capacity of 16 GB and a word size of 32 bits, how many words can be stored on the disk?
a. mice c. architecture b. specifications d. peripheral devices ANS: D PTS: 1 REF: Concepts 4 5. Processing tasks occur on the ____. a. motherboard b. keyboard c. control panel d. operating system 6. Another name for the CPU pictured above is ____. a. microprocessor c. clock speed b. RAM cache d. megahertz 7.
-1024KB*120=122880 122880KB*1024=125829120B Exercise 1.3.4 Given a computer with a disk capacity of 16 GB and a word size of 32 bits, how many words can be stored on the disk? Show your calculations. -16*1024MB=16384MB -16384MB*1024KB=16777216KB -16777216KB*1024B=1.71798918E10 -1.7179891E10/32=536870912 words Exercise 1.3.5 Represent the binary value 110110 2 in hexadecimal. Show the steps of conversion that you used. -0011 0110 0011 represents 3 0110 represents 6 - 36 Exercise 1.3.6 Represent the hexadecimal value f6 16 in binary and decimal.
NT1110 Computer Structure and Logic Chapter 6: Memory and Storage 1. A computer storage location that allows information to be stored and accessed quickly from random locations within the DRAM (Dynamic Random Access Memory) on a memory module. 2. A page file is stored on the computer hard drive that is used as a temporary location to store information that is not currently being used by the computer RAM. 3.
Hard disk drive c. Optical disc drive d. USB flash drive 15. A user has opened a word processor, typed the numbers 123456789, and looked at the number on the screen in the word processor window. The user sits and starts to daydream about how computers work, particularly about what happened from the time before she typed 123456789 until the number showed up on the screen. Which of the following answers lists the first item that the computer will need to consider? a.
PT1420 Introduction to Programming Week-1 Lesson Plan TUE: 6:00 PM to 10:30 PM Instructor: Tushar Patel (email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org) CLASS: Topic: Unit 1: Fundamental Concepts Course Objectives Covered by This Unit CO1: Describe the fundamental contexts in computer programming. Unit Learning Outcomes LO1: Describe the role of software for computers. LO2: Identify the hardware associated with a computer. LO3: Describe how computers store data. LO4: Explain how programs work.
CIS 105 Survey Of Computer Information Systems Complete Course https://hwguiders.com/downloads/cis-105-survey-of-computer-information-systems-complete-course/ CIS 105 Survey Of Computer Information Systems Complete Course CIS 105 Week 1 Individual Assignment Computer Comparison Write a 350- to 700-word paper that addresses the following items: Think about how your computer system compares to a state-of-the-art system. Identify the following components of your system: type of central processing unit (CPU), amount of random access memory (RAM) and read-only memory (ROM), input and output devices, and types of storage. Comparethese elements to new, state-of-the art technology available. Cite any additional resources you reference
3. Provide a comparison table showing the similarities and differences between desktop and notebook computers. Task1: Here are the functions of the each component in the Von Neumann model of the computer Component Function Control unit The control unit will manage the process of moving date and program that data. In modern computers this memory is RAM. Arithmetic logic Unit This part of the architecture is solely involved with carrying out calculations upon the date.