ITM 301 Lab & Assignment 2
Both CAT5 and CAT5e are UTP cables but the difference between these 2 cables is the quality. CAT5 has a 100 MHz signaling while CAT5e can have a signaling rate of up to 350 MHz. Not only that but the wiring is different as well, the CAT5 has simple wiring while the CAT5e has copper wiring. In short the CAT5e is a much more advanced cable compared to the CAT5.
The CAT6 cable is a cable that has 4 wires which are covered in foil, this foil helps reduce crosstalk. As for signaling rate it can carry up to 250 MHz, the CAT6a cable also known as Augmented Cable also has high ability to reduce crosstalk. The difference between these two cables is that the signaling rate could it can…
These routers are often multi-function devices, and can serve as gateways and hardware firewalls in addition to the routing. Therefore the best practice would be to invest in routers that can fill all of these roles.
Switches are devices without a lot of software built in, that are primarily used to expand the number of Ethernet ports available on a company network. Switches merely route data down paths pre-assigned by the router for incoming data, or simply forward data to the router when it…
The Seven Habits Profile was an eye-opening inventory. The two categories where I scored the highest were category 6, Think Win-Win, and category 17, Sharpen the Saw. These two categories make a lot of sense to me based on my personality. While many people do not value astronomy as a valid science, I have always found that I live up to the description of being a Libra. I am always seeking out balance and harmony with others. I believe this is why I scored a 15 in the Think Win-Win category. In…
Activity 15.1: Comma Category 1 with Single Words
1. Surely, no one would be that foolish.
2. Next, Graham decided to read a magazine.
3. Yes, we are coming to the Christmas party.
4. Finally, Jamie showed up.
5. Limping, Caity slowly crossed the room to the kitchen table.
6. Unconcerned, Jay left the mess for later.
7. Create three of your own sentences:
a. Yes, he is sleeping over today.
b. However, Jackie still helped the old lady.
c. Screaming, Hailey woke up from her…
“Children who are able to subtract with ease and efficiency know the parts of number and see the relationship between composition and decomposition of numbers and addition and subtraction.” Kathy Richardson, Assessing Math Concepts: Hiding Assessment. Didax Publishing, page 26.
The probe will first be probing for the student’s ability to see part-whole number relationships. For each of the students I started off with the number 6 because it was a number in the middle. If a student is not able…
connection can lone hold single Public IP Address and allot this public IP addressto a modem or a router, while a modem or a router in turn allots a private IP address to each device to approach the internet. Average people are screwing to their home computers for dual work and recreation. Numerous industries even encourage aids to work from home. While allotting numerous benefits, this commencesadjoining hazards. Companies assume it is time that greater concern is assigned to home network…
Category Analysis Form 1
P|C|R|I|Participant: Annie|Age:8|Sex: Female|
||||I like doing Harry Potter Lego, I’ve completed the night busI love rabbits, guinea pigs and dogsI think one of my hobbies is using the TV remote controlI’m really good at maths but get stuck on telling the timeI’m not very good at rememberingI like doing things out of my own free will|
3|3|0|0|column totals|Overall total = 6|
50|50|0|0|Percentages(column total / overall total x 100)|
Bruner (1957) suggested four stages of how we categorize new stimuli into already learned categories. Primitive categorization being the first stage. Whereby we perceptually isolate an event or persons characteristic qualities with focus on the analysis of features. Secondly we search for cue in already existing categories that contain similar features, if there is a match then there is a ‘feature overlap’. Inferences are made if there is enough of a feature overlap. Comparable to reaching a…
Early sign number 5: Intense arguments
5) Arguments get out of control easily is a sign of intolerance. I have seen this happening with close relatives, but it can also occur with couples. Having different discussions escalating to intense arguments on the regular basis must be drawing from frustrations that probably do not have anything to do with the subject. It is important to get to the root of this negative posture towards having a conversation. Another suggestion is to…
to count to 2. While counting on from 9, he added 2 more to get to the answer of 11. Student C was double counting as he solved this problem.
Placement within Carpenter’s framework: Student C falls within the ‘counting’ framework. Student C was able to mentally hold the number 9, which shows that he has quotity. He then counted up from there while simultaneously counting on his fingers the number 2. Student C also ignored the time sequence of the problem by starting with the larger number and…