Input And Output Devices

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Multiple Choice Questions: Identify the following hardware as an input device, an output device, or both. Fill in the Blank Questions: Type in the appropriate vocabulary word that is compatible with the definition listed.

  
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1.  Keyboard
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2.  Mouse
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3.  Router
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4.  Monitor
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5.  Speaker
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6.  Projector
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7.  Microphone
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8.  Flash Drive
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9.  Headphones
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10.  Graphics Tablet
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11.  Scanner
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12.  Digital Pen
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13.  Laser Printer
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14.  MP3 Player
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15.  Trackball
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16.  Ink Jet Printer
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17.  Touchpad
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18.  Zip Drive
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19.  Modem
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20.  Floppy Drive
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21.  A computer used by one person at a time.
22.  A microprocessor, or tiny computer chip, that receives and carries out all the instructions given to a computer.
23.  The smallest unit of computerized data.
24.  The building block for all information that flows through a computer.
25.  The collection of physical pieces, or components, that make up a computer.
26.  Information that is entered into a computer.
27.  Information that a computer produces and delivers back to the user.
28.  Memory that permanently stores data and that cannot be erased or changed.
29.  Temporary memory that a computer uses to store data and process information while working in a program. It is erased when the computer is turned off.
30.  Computer equipment used to store data. Examples of storage devices are hard drive, network server, floppy disk, CD, DVD, and USB flash drive.
31.  A set of instructions, also called a program or application, that tells a computer how to perform tasks.
32.  Software that controls all the other software programs and allows a computer to perform basic tasks.
33.  A group of computers connected together, often through a central server, using telephone lines, cables, satellite links, radio, and/or other communication devices.
34.   Covers a small area, such as a school or office.  
35.   Covers a large geographic area, such as an international corporation.
36.  Computer switching program that transfers incoming messages to outgoing links via the most efficient route possible, e.g. over the Internet.
37.  An electronic device that connects computers via a telephone line, allowing the exchange of information. It consists of a modulator to convert computer information into a telephone signal and a demodulator to convert it back again.
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