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can you please fill . in the blank for me in a client/server

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can you please fill…. in the blank for me in a client/server network, there are usally many more___ then___.
Submitted: 7 years ago.
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Expert:  Techie_Ben replied 7 years ago.

Thank you for the question. In the context of this question, the answer to the blanks would be more clients than servers. If there is more context around this question, please let me know and I will be happy to assist further. Thanks again!
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I actually have a lot of questions I need to get answered can I post them and you tell me how many you are willing to answer and for how much? I think 14 bucks should be more than just one question, I ask that last one to see how this website worked but know I see that the question do get answered right away and that this website acutely work so can we make an arrangement how the price and amount of question?

Expert:  Techie_Ben replied 7 years ago.
Feel free to put your questions here and I will be happy to have a look. Thanks,
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  1. A combination of a phone and a PDA is referred to as a:
  • a) smartphone.
  • b) combo-phone.
  • c) cellular phone.
  • d) personal digital assistant phone.


  1. __________ are electronic tools such as cell phones, portable media players, and notebooks.
  • a) Mobile computing devices.
  • b) Portable digital assistants.
  • c) Smart tools.


  1. Microsoft __________ is an example of personal information management software that allows you to track your schedule or your address book.
  • a) Excel.
  • b) Word.
  • c) Access.
  • d) Outlook.


  1. Which of the following is NOT an advantage of using mobile devices?.
  • a) You can access your files wherever you are.
  • b) You can keep in contact with others via e-mail or phone wherever you are.
  • c) You can access the Internet at faster speeds.
  • d) You can access the Internet wherever you are.


  1. If a mobile device can access the Internet through a wireless network, it is considered?
  • a) Web-connected.
  • b) Web-featured.
  • c) Web-enhanced.
  • d) Web-enabled.


  1. Which of the following is NOT a limitation of mobile computing?
  • a) the length of battery life.
  • b) whether the screen is available in color.
  • c) the size of the screen.
  • d) the speed of the Internet connection.


  1. Which of the following allows you to carry media files?
  • a) PMP.
  • b) PDQ.
  • c) PIM.
  • d) POM.


  1. A smartphone is the result of __________, which is a combination of the tools found in more than one portable device?
  • a) combination.
  • b) unification.
  • c) convergence.
  • d) blending.


  1. A __________ runs a full-featured operating system and weighs less than two pounds?
  • a) PDA .
  • b) PIM.
  • c) smartphone.
  • d) subnotebook.


  1. Symbian is?
  • a) an operating system for cell phones.
  • b) a type of application software.
  • c) a utility program for PDA/smartphone.
  • d) a form of antivirus software.


  1. The Apple iPhone uses a version of __________ as an operating system?
  • a) OS X.
  • b) Windows Mobile.
  • c) Linux.
  • d) Red Hat.


  1. ROM is?
  • a) volatile memory.
  • b) flash memory.
  • c) nonvolatile memory.
  • d) temporary storage.


  1. The operating system of a cell phone is stored in?
  • a) RAM.
  • b) the CPU.
  • c) the transceiver.
  • d) ROM.


  1. An analog-to-digital converter chip.
  • a) converts digital sound waves into analog sound waves.
  • b) converts the sound waves from a voice into a digital signal.
  • c) converts written data into sound waves.
  • d) converts letters from the keyboard into digital format.


  1. Which of the following is a new program being tested by Apple and Starbucks that will allow iPhone users to identify, purchase, and download a song they are currently listening to at a Starbucks.
  • a) Music ID.
  • b) Get It.
  • c) Now Playing.
  • d) Audio Delivery.


  1. Your cell phone call may be disconnected or dropped if:
  • a) the distance between the two phones is too great.
  • b) the distance between the two phones is too small.
  • c) the distance between the base stations is too large.
  • d) the distance between the base stations is too small.


  1. A base transceiver station receives a request for cellular service and passes that request to a central location called a:
  • a) cellular request station.
  • b) mobile switching center.
  • c) mobile conversion station.
  • d) cellular switching tower.


  1. Text messaging is also called:
  • a) test messaging system (TMS).
  • b) sending messages shortly (SMS).
  • c) short message service (SMS).
  • d) short text messaging (STM).


  1. Text prediction __________ provide a list of popular words and save typing time when using text messaging.
  • a) dictionaries.
  • b) algorithms.
  • c) services.
  • d) accessories.


  1. Which of the following allows users to send text, sound, images, and video clips to other phones or e-mail addresses?
  • a) SMS.
  • b) MMS.
  • c) MSM.
  • d) SSM.


  1. SMS delivers messages to the appropriate mobile device using __________ technology.
  • a) receive and forward.
  • b) MMS.
  • c) store and forward.
  • d) Bluetooth.


  1. Which of the following refers to options given for connectivity to the Internet and usually covers text messages that are sent or received?
  • a) connectivity plans.
  • b) Internet plans.
  • c) data plans.
  • d) message plans.


  1. Which of the following is specialized software made to display Web pages on a cell phone?
  • a) minibrowser.
  • b) microbrowser.
  • c) cell browser.
  • d) online browser.

  1. Opera Mobile is an example of?
  • a) a microbrowser.
  • b) SmartMedia.
  • c) a smartphone.
  • d) a wireless ISP.


  1. Which of the following is similar to HTML except that it is geared toward making Web pages that are viewable on mobile devices?
  • a) WTML (wireless text markup language).
  • b) WML (wireless markup language).
  • c) SGML (standard generalized markup language).
  • d) WTL (wireless text language).


  1. LogMeIn is an example of a?
  • a) voice-recognition system.
  • b) GPS system.
  • c) remote access service for mobile devices.
  • d) type of smartphone.


  1. An iPod is an example of a?
  • a) PMP.
  • b) PDA/smartphone.
  • c) PIM.
  • d) MPD.


  1. An iPod with an 80-GB hard drive can hold how many songs?
  • a) up to 80.
  • b) up to 20,000.
  • c) up to 160,000.
  • d) up to 8 million.

  1. A portable media player can play files with all of the following file extensions EXCEPT:
  • a) AVI.
  • b) MP3.
  • c) DOC.
  • d) MPEG-4.


  1. Flash memory is a type of:
  • a) volatile memory.
  • b) nonvolatile memory.
  • c) vibrant memory.
  • d) nonvibrant memory.


  1. To transfer files from your computer to a portable media player (PMP), most newer PMPs use a __________ port or a FireWire port.
  • a) multimedia.
  • b) serial.
  • c) parallel.
  • d) USB 2.0.


  1. Which of the following describes the number of times, usually in Kbps, that music can be measured and converted into a digital format?
  • a) converting rate.
  • b) sampling rate.
  • c) conversion rate.
  • d) simplifying rate.


  1. Which of the following is the process of sharing files between two or more computers?
  • a) direct sharing (DS).
  • b) peer-to-peer (P2P) sharing.
  • c) computer-to-computer (C2C) sharing.
  • d) person-to-person (P2P) sharing.


  1. Which of the following is the ability to download and play music with restrictions enforced about its use?
  • a) purchased downloads.
  • b) secure digital downloads.
  • c) tethered downloads.
  • d) tied-down downloads.



  1. Ensuring that two devices--for example, a PC and a PDA/smartphone--have the same data is the process of?
  • a) simplifying.
  • b) synchronizing.
  • c) unifying.
  • d) standardizing.

  1. Which of the following tools is used to make entries into a handheld device via a touch-sensitive screen?
  • a) a pen.
  • b) a pencil.
  • c) a keyboard.
  • d) a stylus.


  1. Which process compares task time on similar devices to help judge performance levels?
  • a) beta testing.
  • b) beta testing.
  • c) benchmarking.
  • d) device profiling.


  1. __________ was originally called Pocket PC.
  • a) Palm OS.
  • b) Symbian.
  • c) Linux Mobile.
  • d) Windows Mobile.


  1. All of the following Microsoft application programs, specifically designed for mobile devices, are currently available EXCEPT:
  • a) Outlook.
  • b) Word.
  • c) Access.
  • d) Excel.


  1. Which of the following is a way for portable devices to send messages wirelessly, via radio waves, over a range of less than 30 feet?
  • a) beaming.
  • b) Bluetooth.
  • c) infrared.
  • d) cell phone.


  1. A device that combines portable device capabilities, such as those of a PDA, cell phone, and PMP, is called a?
  • a) multifunction phone.
  • b) CPP (cell/PDA/PMP).
  • c) combophone.
  • d) smartphone.

  1. A tablet PC is all of the following EXCEPT?
  • a) a computer that allows you to write notes on the pressure-sensitive screen using a stylus.
  • b) lightweight and portable.
  • c) like a clipboard when in "tablet" mode.
  • d) less expensive than a regular size notebook.

  1. When a stylus is used to input information on a tablet PC, the user is using an entry system referred to as?
  • a) digital ink.
  • b) virtual ink.
  • c) tablet ink.
  • d) stylus ink.


  1. GPS refers to?
  • a) goals performance system.
  • b) global positioning system.
  • c) global parts system.
  • d) ground position system.



  1. Which of the following allows you to connect a monitor, printer, and so on to a notebook computer via one connection as opposed to connecting individual devices?
  • a) a connect-all.
  • b) an all-in-one.
  • c) a docking station.
  • d) a connector station.


  1. The more _________ a battery has, the greater its capacity.
  • a) cells.
  • b) power.
  • c) amps.
  • d) voltage.


  1. __________ is the text-entry system for drawing images and entering text by writing on the surface of a tablet PC.
  • a) Grafitti text.
  • b) Digital annotation.
  • c) Digital ink.
  • d) Mobile write.

  1. The measurement of battery life for a notebook computer is listed in:
  • a) clock hours.
  • b) clock minutes.
  • c) ampere-hours.
  • d) ampere-minutes.

  1. A fully charged, high-performance notebook battery can last up to:
  • a) 1 hour.
  • b) 3 hours.
  • c) 5 hours.
  • d) 10 hours.


  1. A category of notebook computers that weigh less than two pounds is the:
  • a) ultramobile computer.
  • b) mini-computer.
  • c) ultraportable computer.
  • d) micro-computer.


  1. The new standard for expansion slots on PCs is called:
  • a) expansion cards.
  • b) add-in cards.
  • c) ExpressCards.
  • d) QuickCards.


  1. Which of the following terms refers to the amount of space on a desk or table that a computer uses?
  • a) base size.
  • b) footprint.
  • c) foot size.
  • d) baseprint.


True/False: Determine if the statement is true or false.


  1. Outlook is an example of PIM software.


  1. Battery life and size of screen should be considered when choosing a mobile device.

  1. A notebook computer is a high-cost option for having a mobile device for communicating.


  1. Subnotebooks are more powerful than PDAs/smartphones, but they cannot run a full-featured operating system.


  1. PDAs/smartphones are just as powerful as notebooks.

  1. PDAs/smartphones can run Microsoft Office software.

  1. Some cell phones come equipped with a keyboard for faster typing of e-mail and text messages.


  1. The Apple iPhone uses a Microsoft operating system.


  1. You can send messages that include text, sound, images, and video clips using SMS.

  1. MMS stands for Multimedia Message Service.

  1. MMS allows you to save all, none, or part of a message.


  1. Text prediction algorithms provide a list of popular words and save typing time when using text messaging.


  1. Cell phones do not require special service providers to connect to the Internet.


  1. Cell phones can fall victim to viruses.

  1. Currently, cell phone connection speeds probably won't exceed 200 to 300 Kbps.


  1. WTML refers to the text-based format, similar to HTML, geared toward mobile device Web browsers.


  1. Most portable e-mail devices use "pull" technology, which means your e-mail will be delivered to your phone automatically so that your e-mail finds you whether you are thinking about it or not.


  1. WiFi is less susceptible to interference than EDGE or EDVO is.


  1. MP3 files can be played only on iPods.


  1. Not all PMP devices are necessarily just music players.


  1. There are cameras on the market that can play both music and videos.


  1. Some GPS systems can play MP3 files and display photos.

  1. Flash memory is volatile.


  1. The conversion rate is the number of times per second music is measured and converted into a digital value.


  1. A Secure Digital memory card is faster and more secure than a Compact Flash memory card.


  1. DRM-free music is music that has been released without any digital rights management.


  1. DRM-free music can legally be moved from system to system.


  1. PDAs/smartphones use both ROM and RAM in their daily operation.


  1. Tablet PCs use a text-entry system, called Digital Annotation, that allows users to write directly on the tablet screen.


  1. You can synchronize a PDA/smartphone to a PC but not to a cell phone.

  1. You can transfer a file from some PDAs/smartphones to other PDAs/smartphones using an infrared port.


  1. Currently, there is no productivity software available for mobile devices.

  1. PDAs/smartphones store application programs and data in ROM.


  1. PDA/smartphone processor speed is measured in hertz.


  1. Notebooks, because of their small size, are a better value than desktops.


  1. A disadvantage of ultramobile computers is that they have tiny, cramped keyboards.

  1. Benchmarking is a process in which task time is compared on similar devices and the results are used to judge performance.


  1. You can add memory to some, but not all, PDA/smartphone devices.

  1. You can connect printers, scanners, and full-size monitors to a docking station.


  1. PC cards are faster than ExpressCards.


  1. The amount of space a system takes up on a desk or table is referred to as its footprint.


  1. Nanology is the study of molecules and structures the size of which range from 1 to 100 nanometers.


  1. Nanology is the study of molecules and structures the size of which range from 1 to 100 nanometers.





Expert:  Adam Lowrance replied 7 years ago.

I would answer these all for $35



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