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Question: How many computer languages are in use?
Answer: There are about 2,000 computer languages in active use, whereas there were only 15 in use in 1970.
Question: Which of these is not an early computer?
Answer: NASA stands for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is an agency of the U.S. government.
Question: Who founded Apple Computer?
Answer: Steve Jobs founded Apple Computer with Steve Wozniak and another partner in 1976. Jobs became the chairman and CEO of Apple in 1996.
Question: Which of these is not a peripheral, in computer terms?
Answer: A peripheral is a device that attaches to a computer. The motherboard is within the computer and controls its ability to receive and process electronic signals.
Question: Which of the following is not one of the early "protocols," or ways to use the Internet?
Answer: The early use of the Internet relied on protocols for transferring files or remote control of other terminals. Blogging did not emerge until later, in the 1990s.
Question: What does the Internet prefix WWW stand for?
Answer: The World Wide Web dramatically increased the use of the Internet. Tim Berners-Lee established the convention in 1989.
Question: A network designed to allow communication within an organization is called:
Answer: An intranet is a private computer network, usually within an organization or group and is limited to its members for sharing information.
Question: Which of these is not a kind of computer?
Answer: A Lada is a kind of car manufactured in Russia. The others are brands of computers sold worldwide.
Question: Which of these products is not made by the Apple Corporation?
Answer: The IMAX, which stands for "Image Maximum," is a large-screen motion picture technology invented in Canada.
Question: What is the name for a computer pointing device?
Answer: A mouse allows a computer user to move to different parts of the screen without a keyboard.
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