Are you ready for your ICT multiple choice quiz? In this quiz, you will need to know what GPS stands for, what feature makes it easier to use a mobile phone, what does RSI stand for, what does it mean to have a secure password, and why is it not a good thing to exchange information with someone you just met online. You will locate the best answers to this quiz and ACE it.
Questions and Answers
What does GPS stand for?
Global Position Service
Global Positioning System
General Position Service
What feature makes it easy to use a mobile phone for people who find it difficult?
Smart phone functions e.g. surf the internet
Smaller keys on a phone
Having only basic functions e.g. making and recieving calls
What does RSI stand for?
Wrist and Support Injury
Repetitive Strain Injury
Resting Support Injury
Which one option below cannot be used to communicate online?
VOIP (Voice over Internet Protocol)
Social Networking Site (i.e. Facebook etc)
Laptop with no internet connection.
From the list below indicate the things you would consider when choosing an electronic device for a trip?
Weight of Devices
Cost of Devices
Battery Life of Device
Ease of Use of Device
All of the Above
None of the above
You are opening a social networking account. You need a secure password. Which one would you choose from the list below as the most secure?
You will use the social networking site to share photographs with friends. How can you control the people that access her photographs?
By not telling anyone
By changing her password
By setting access rights
Some of your friends exchange personal details with people they meet online. Choose all the reasons why this may not be a good thing to do?
Could lead to cyberbullying
They trust them thats why they share the details
Puts them at a greater risk of identity theft
What does HDTV stand for?
Huge Resolution TV
Huge Difference TV
High Definition TV
What are the criteria you must check before selecting an ISP (Internet Service Provider)?
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Integrated Circuit Technology, Inc. ('ICT') was having difficulty finding qualified engineers to work in its expanding production facilities because the hardware needed to train top-flight engineering students was so expensive that most colleges could not afford to purchase more than a minimal amount of such equipment, which limited program sizes and held down the number of applicable engineering degree candidates. ICT's chief executive officer, Cruz, wrote the following letter to the heads of several universities: If you will commit your institution to accepting in your engineering degree program every junior-year undergraduate who wishes to pursue that major, ICT will provide your institution with all the necessary electronic hardware to instruct such students. Our engineers have informed me that one set of equipment (i.e., one each of every machine used by ICT in its production process) is sufficient for use by five students; therefore, for every five engineering degree majors you accept in excess of your current engineering degree population, ICT will provide one such set of equipment.
Jackson, chancellor of Seaport College of Engineering ('SCE'), also received a letter from Cruz. The ICT letter arrived during SCE's annual budget review process, and Jackson was called upon to decide how much of the college's limited funds to apply to engineering equipment purchases. The day that she received Cruz's letter, Jackson informed the budget committee that no funds would be needed from that year's budget for engineering equipment purchases. A few days later, as Jackson was dictating the acceptance letter to ICT, she received a second letter from Cruz indicating that the ICT equipment program was being canceled due to an influx of qualified foreign engineers to the United States. Because the budget had been approved and all available funds had been committed to nonengineering equipment purchases, Jackson mailed the acceptance letter anyway and it was delivered to Cruz at ICT. If SCE brings a breach of contract action against ICT, what result?