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Table Of Contents  CertiGuide to A+ (Core Hardware)
 9  Chapter 1001:  Notebooks

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XI  Chapter 1001: Test for Success Answers

1. Type II PC Cards are ____ thick and typically used by _____.

A. 5.5mm, modems or NICs

B. 3.3mm, modems or NICs

C. 10.5mm, hard drives

D. 3.3mm, RAM

Explanation: Type II PC Cards are 5.5 mm thick and are typically used for modems and NICs.

 

2. PC Cards are available in what data paths. (Choose All That Apply)

A. 8-bit

B. 16-bit

C. 32-bit

D. 64-bit

Explanation: PC Cards are available in 16-bit and 32-bit varieties.

 

3. PDAs can print via which wireless network means?

A. FM Radio

B. 2.4Ghz microwave

C. LCD

D. IrDA

Explanation: Some PDA’s are capable of printing via IrDA to an IrDA compatible printers.

 

4. Passive Matrix uses less power.

A. True

B. False

Explanation: Because passive matrix screens don’t use a transistor for each pixel, less power is consumed than with active matrix screens.

 

5. Type III PC Cards are __ mm thick

A. 3

B. 5.5

C. 10.5

D. 15.24

Explanation: Type III PC Cards are 10.5mm thick and are typically used for hard drives.

 

6. It is possible to have two physical PC Cards if they do not exceed the specifications of the notebook.

A. True

B. False

Explanation: A notebook with a Type III compatible port can accept 1 Type I and 1 Type II card at the same time.

 

7. IrDA works with:

A. Visible Light

B. Ultraviolet Light

C. Infrared Light

D. None of the above

Explanation: IrDA stands for Infrared Data Association.

 


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