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VOC Quiz 1:1 COR

This is for Computer Programming H

Address A unique Binary Representation of Location in Memory.
Address Bus Carries memory addresses that indicate data storage location.
ALU (Arithmetic Logic Unit) The part of the CPU that handles arithmetic and logic operations.
Base Unit Housing that contains the motherboard, CD-RW/DVD drive, disk drive, and hard disk drive.
Bus A central network cable. Also a set of circuits that connect the CPU to the other components.
Cache High speed memory used to store frequent used data so that it can be quickly retrieved by an application.
Clock Rate The speed at which ta CPU can execute instructions, measured in megahertz or gigahertz.
Control Bus
CPU (Central Processing Unit)
Desktop Computer
Expansion Boards
Handheld Computer
High Level Programming Languages
Input Device
ICs (Integrated Circuits)
IT (Information Technology)
LAN (Local Area Network)
Low-Level Programming Languages
Megahertz (MHz)
OOP (Object Oriented Programming)
Operating System
Output Device
Peripheral Device
Programming Languages
RAM (Random Access Memory)
ROM (Read Only Memory)
Storage Devices
WAN (Wide Area Network)
Wearable Computer
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