Topics: Personal computer, CompTIA, Microsoft Certified Professional Pages: 2 (433 words) Published: May 7, 2013
Manuel Torres
January 16, 2013
CIS 106B

Chapter 1 Pg. 16 Quiz Key Terms

1. You can lump together all the folks who design, build, program, and fix computers into the Information Technology (IT) workforce. 2. You become CompTIA A+ certified by passing the CompTIA A+ 220-801 and the CompTIA A+ 220-802 exams 3. A(n) Certification Gives clients and employers a level of confidence that you can do what you say you can do. 4. A casual term for a person who builds and maintains computers is a PC tech. 5. The Pearson VUE Company administrators the CompTIA A+ certification exams. 6. You can use a Voucher when you scheduled your exam to save some money. 7. Persons desiring to work in windows based networking should pursue Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) certification after completing their CompTIA certifications. 8. You can find the latest information about the CompTIA A+ certification exams here 9. Typically, techs who attain CompTIA A+ certification then pursue CompTIA Network+ Certification to add to their computer credentials. 10. A grouping of computers that enables people to share resources is called a Network.

Pg. 17 Multiple Choice Quiz

1. A and D13. D
2. B14.D
3. A15.B
4. B
5. D
6. A
7. D
8. C
9. A and D
10. D
11. D
12. C
Chapter 3 Pg 60 Key Term Quiz

1. A monitor can attach to a video card with a 15-pin female DB connector called Video Graphics Array (VGS). 2. If you install a DIMM stick, your computer will have more Random Access Memory(RAM). 3. The Central Processing Unit (CPU) has a make, a model, and a package. 4. Two RJ-11 connectors identify the modem card.

5. When attaching a peripheral, put the plug into the Port or jack. 6. The Power Supply takes standard electrical power from a wall outlet and converts it to power your PC can use. 7. If an expansion card contains an...
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