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Ashley's L567

You're going to do great

houses all essential chips and provides connections between them motherboard
nicknames for microprocessor computer on a chip, microchip, computer chip
Where can you find a microprocessor? vehicles, refrigerators, microwaves
What language can computers read? machine language
there is an electric current flowing along the circuit 1
NO electric current is flowing along the circuit 0
What does ASCII stand for? American Standard Code for Information Interchange
measured in hertz microprocessor speed
measured in bytes memory capacity, hard drive
What is Linux used for? servers and techies
Windows operating system IBM
only displays Apple Mac
1 quintrillion bytes exabyte
1 quadrillion bytes petabyte
1 trillion bytes terabyte
1 billion bytes gigabyte
1,048,576 bytes megabyte
1,024 bytes kilobyte
8 bits byte
1 binary unit bit
Created by: hannahschaitel