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C2 Vocabulary4 06

C2 vocab

QuestionAnswer
What does CPU stand for? Central Processint Unit
What does the Memory Unit do? Allows for storage of information
Ram Temporary memory held only while computer is on
How many cycles per second are in a megahertz? 1,000,000
Keyboards and Mice are an example of? Input devices
A computer monitor is a example of? Output device
LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display
Resolution defines____ Clarity of the image
What is a Pixel One single colored square
A port serves to Hook up devices through an opening
Firewire cables allow you to Transfer large amounts of data quickly
Joysticks can be used to? Facilitate students with disabilities
Gigabyte One billion keyboard characters of information
Bit a single binary number: zero or one
Byte 8 bits; binary code for one character of data
Created by: tfowler13