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To produce high quality graphics (hardcopy) in color, you would want to use a/n

A. RGB monitor

B. Ink-jet printer

C. Plotter

D. Laser printer

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  1. EEPROM stands for
  2. Symbolic languages were developed in
  3. The ________ data mining technique derives rules from real-world case examples.
  4. What is required when more than one person uses a central computer at the same time?
  5. What is a light pen?
  6. Which of the following device was not invented by Babbage?
  7. What is the number of read-write heads in the drive for a 9- trac magnetic tape?
  8. A ________ is a microprocessor -based computing device.
  9. Which computer has been designed to be as compact as possible?
  10. EEPROM stands for
  11. What is the main difference between a mainframe and a super computer?
  12. An application suitable for sequential processing is
  13. A 32 bit microprocessor has the word length equal to
  14. A notation used to express clearly on algorithm is known as
  15. The symbols used in an assembly language are
  16. Magnetic disks are the most popular medium for
  17. ________ Store data or information temporarily and pass it on as directed by the control unit
  18. What does DMA stand for?
  19. Codes consisting of light and dark marks which may be optically read is known as
  20. A small or intelligent device is so called because it contains within it a
  21. SMPS stands for
  22. Who designed the first electronics computer ENIAC?
  23. Which of the following generation computers had expensive operation cost?
  24. Current SIMMs have either or connectors (pins)
  25. People often call ______ as the brain of computer system
  26. EBCDIC can code up to how many different characters?
  27. The notable features like keyboards, monitors, GUI were developed in
  28. Regarding a VDU, Which statement is more correct?
  29. A section of code to which control is transferred when a processor is interrupted is known as
  30. The scrambling of code is known as: