Foundations Practice Exam: Microsoft Technology Associate Exam

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1. Which network device directs the flow of information from one node on a network to another by giving each sender/receiver pair the line's entire bandwidth?
A router On a network, a switch directs the flow of information from one node to another. Switches operate faster than traditional network devices, such as hubs, bridges and routers, and are increasingly replacing those devices. A switch can give each sender/receiver pair the line's entire bandwidth, instead of sharing the bandwidth with all other network nodes.

Network Technology Associate v2.0, Lesson 2: Networking Components and Standards, section
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The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) were created under the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI), which was formed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), an international technology standards organization that is not part of the U.S. government.

Site Development Associate v2.0, Lesson 1: Markup Language and Site Development Essentials, section "Web Site Development Principles." 9. In the HTML5 standard, what is the recommended way to center a paragraph of text?
Use the tag. In HTML5, you must use an inline CSS style attribute in the paragraph tag when you want to center a paragraph of text. The syntax is as follows:

This text is centered.

In this example, the tag encompasses the text you want to format. The style attribute tells the browser that the paragraph text should be aligned to the specified value, "center." The tag is deprecated and should not be used. The tag centers and indents a block of text; however, do not use tags within tags.

Site Development Associate v2.0, Lesson 2: HTML5 Coding, section "Paragraph Formatting and Block-Level Elements." 10. To which of the following does peer development and collaboration lend itself?
Proprietary software development Open source is a development methodology that makes an application's

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