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TimestampEnter full name:Enter student number:RAM stands for _____.Which of the following is the topic discussed in Info Tech 10/11?It is a part of the computer that carries out the instructions of a computer program.Which of the following is not a web browser?When was the mechanical and electrical analog computers considered as the "state of the art", and the future of computing?He is a German polymath who designed a calculating clock in 1623.Which of these is NOT an input device?The ROM stores the BIOS that runs when the computer is powered on or otherwise begins execution.Tape drives read and write data to various kinds of optical media.It is the central processing unit.What do you think your mark is?Total:
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Answer KeyRandom Access MemoryComputer hardwareCPUWindows ExplorerBefore World War IIWilhelm SchickardPrinterTRUEFALSECPU
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4/26/2013 12:40:09jacky253453Telecom equipmentKeyboardWindows ExplorerAfter World War IICharles Xavier Thomas de ColmarPrinterTRUEFALSEcpu105
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4/26/2013 12:41:57Jonathan123Random Access MemoryComputer hardwareCPUWindows ExplorerBefore World War IWilhelm SchickardPrinterFALSETRUEcpu87
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4/26/2013 12:43:24chris1010random accessed memoryComputer hardwareCPUWindows ExplorerAfter World War IIJohn NapierPrinterTRUEFALSECPU67
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4/26/2013 12:43:43Matthew123456random access memoryComputer hardwareCPUWindows ExplorerAfter World War IIGottfried Wilhelm von LiebnizPrinterTRUETRUECPU107
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4/26/2013 12:45:34Nabee794508Random Access MemoryComputer hardwareCPUWindows ExplorerAfter World War IIWilhelm SchickardPrinterFALSEIntel107
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4/26/2013 12:45:42Joshua11235random access memoryComputer hardwareCPUWindows ExplorerBefore World War IIWilhelm SchickardMicrophoneTRUEFALSECPU59
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4/26/2013 12:45:44Ruhi485475Random Access MemoryComputer hardwareCPUWindows ExplorerAfter World War IIJohn NapierMicrophoneFALSETRUECPU75
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4/26/2013 12:46:04karan555555random access memoryComputer hardwareCPUWindows ExplorerAfter World War IJohn NapierMicrophoneFALSETRUECPU75
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4/26/2013 12:50:11Nicholas4554531Random Access MemoryComputer hardwareCPUWindows ExplorerAfter World War IIWilhelm SchickardPrinterFALSETRUECPU77
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4/26/2013 12:52:15Alexxis161616Random Access MemoryComputer hardwareCPUWindows ExplorerBefore World War IICharles Xavier Thomas de ColmarMicrophoneTRUETRUECPU47
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4/26/2013 12:52:19Paul98432Random Access MemoryComputer hardwareCPUWindows ExplorerAfter World War IIWilhelm SchickardPrinterFALSETRUECPU97
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4/26/2013 12:53:3934545652156454E-commerceMonitorGoogle ChromeBefore World War ICharles Xavier Thomas de ColmarPrinterTRUEfrrf101
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TOTAL11121212121212101212AVERAGE6.2
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PERCENT82%83%83%92%17%42%67%50%33%83%PERCENT62%
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ADJ PERCENT82%78%78%89%-11%22%56%0%-33%83%
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