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Unit 2 Assignment 1
1. Which of the following terms is the closest synonym to the term computer networking? c. Datacom
2. Ann uses her email address,, to send an email to Bob, whose email address is The message contains a few paragraphs of text. Which of the following will be important to the process of making sure that Bob receives this email? b. Bob’s incoming email server
3. According to this chapter, which of the following concepts happens in a modern-day, end-to- end voice call between two business telephones sitting in the same office building in the United
States? (Choose two answers.) b. The call uses only digital electrical signals. d. The call represents short sounds
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The user then sees a web page that lists text plus several different graphics images. The web server actually stored the web page as one text file and several graphics files (objects). What happens to cause all the text and images to arrive back at the web browser? c. The web server sees the request for the web address, dynamically creates a single graphical image of the entire web page, and sends that one graphical image to the web browser.
9. Comparing the terms web object, website, and web page, which of the following answers list a true statement about these terms? (Choose three answers.) a. A website typically contains many web objects.
c. A web page typically contains many web objects. d. A website typically contains many web pages.
10. A PC user opens her Internet Explorer web browser, types the web address, and presses Enter. The web browser acting alone cannot send a request for that web address directly; it needs help. Which of the following components on that user’s PC likely help the web browser? (Choose two answers.) c. The operating system on the PC d. The PC’s NIC 11. A user grabs his smart phone, opens a web browser, taps the web address, and taps the button to load this web page. The web page at that web address is anHTML file that includes instructions that link to 15 other web objects; those

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