1. How many bytes are in a kilobyte (KB)?
A. 1 hundred (100)
B. 1 thousand (1,000)
C. 1 million (1,000,000)
D. 1 billion (1,000,000,000)
2. In the graphic below, where the capacitors indicate individual bits in RAM, how will the computer interpret the indicated capacitor?
A. As a 1 (one)
B. As a 0 (zero)
C. Not readable
D. Does not apply
3. Take this binary number and convert it to an decimal: 00101011.
4. Reviewing the following drive graphic, what part of the drive is being pointed to?
6. How would you convert voice communications to a digital signal?
A. They are broken into ...view middle of the document...
12. A networking standard is?
A. The details of what a networking technology does and how it does it
B. A high-level overview of how one networking technology functions with another
C. A list of vendors who develop devices for a specific networking technology
D. A description of how websites, WAN, and LAN technologies function together
13. De facto standards are set by what standards-setting body?
14.Tthe TCP/IP model is divided into layers why?
A. To make it easier to understand how networks work
B. To make it easier to write protocols for networks
C. To make it easier to create standards for networks
D. All of these are correct.
15.The TCP/IP model is considered an “open” networking model why?
A. It is specifically owned by one company, but it is then shared with other companies.
B. It is not owned by any specific organization and shares details of how it works with all.
C. It is open to anyone in the civilian public but is not available to government entities.
D. None of the above; the TCP/IP model is not considered an “open” model.
16. A router does what on a network?
A. Routers connect different parts of a LAN together but cannot connect to the WAN.
B. Routers move data between separate LANs, often by linking them to WAN lines.
C. Routers are Layer 2 devices, so they can connect to WANs but not LANs.
D. Routers are Layer 2 devices, so they can connect to LANs but not WANs.
17. “Encapsulation” means what?
A. It is a way to address data for WAN links only.
B. It is a way to address data for LAN links only.
C. It is a way to address data to cross over any type of network link.
D. It is a way to reduce bandwidth overhead on a network link.
18. On a typical TCP/IP network, each device must have ______ to be able to transmit or receive data.
A. an IP address
B. a MAC address
C. an IP address and a MAC address
D. neither an IP address nor a MAC address
19. The address 192.168.12.15 is an example of what on a network.
20. The Physical Layer of the TCP/IP model is known as what?
A. defines frames and the rules to deliver them over one or more links of the same type
B. provides connection to applications via a port number to identify the destination application
C. defines anything that is used to transmit bits over a single physical connection
D. describes protocols designed to control data movement across individual physical links
21. What is the result of the Wi-Fi Alliance’s input on how wireless devices act?
A. Wireless devices from different vendors are more likely to be interoperable.
B. You are limited to using a single vendor’s wireless equipment.
C. You would have to use a different radio frequency for all of your devices.
D. Nothing; the Wi-Fi Alliance has nothing to do with how devices interact.