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PostSubject: Module 1   Tue Nov 13, 2007 11:07 am

CCNA 1
Chapter 1
Version 3.1.1

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Several computers in the company require new NICs. A technician has located a
good price on the Internet for the purchase of these NICs.
Before these NICs are purchased and installed, what details must be verified?
(Choose three.)

the MAC address on the NIC
the size of the RAM on the NIC
the bandwidth supported by the NIC *
the type of media supported by the NIC *
the type of network architecture supported by the NIC *
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What is the hexadecimal equivalent for the binary number 00100101?

15
20
25 *
30
37
40
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Which phrases describe a byte? (Choose two.)

a single binary digit
+5 volts of electricity
the value range 0 to 127
a grouping of eight binary digits *
a single addressable data storage location *
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Which specialized equipment is used to make a physical connection from a PC
to a network?

router
RAM
CD ROM
network interface card *
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What is the binary equivalent for the decimal number 248?

11100000
11110000
11110100
11111000 *
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Convert the binary number 01011011 into its hexadecimal equivalent.
Select the correct answer from the list below.

5A
5b *
5c
5d
6b
7a
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What is the binary equivalent for decimal number 149?

10010111
10010101*
10011001
10010111
10101011
10101101
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In an 8 bit binary number, what is the total number of combinations of the
eight bits?

128
254
255
256 *
512
1024
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Which device connects a computer with a telephone line by providing modulation
and demodulation of incoming and outgoing data?

NIC
CSU/DSU
router
modem *
telco switch
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What is the binary equivalent for the decimal number 162?

10101010
10100010 *
10100100
10101101
10110000
10101100
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Which of the following are popular web browsers? (Choose two.)

Acrobat
Internet Explorer *
Macromedia Flash
Netscape Navigator *
Quicktime
World Wide Web
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Convert the Base 10 number 116 into its eight bit binary equivalent.
Choose the correct answer from the following list:

01111010
01110010
01110100 *
01110110
01110111
01010110
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What is the hexadecimal equivalent for the binary number 10001110?

22
67
142
AE
8E *
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Represented as a decimal number, what is the result of the logical ANDing
of binary numbers 00100011 and 11111100?

3
32 *
35
220
255
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Convert the decimal number 231 into its binary equivalent. Select the correct
answer from the list below.

11110010
11011011
11110110
11100111 *
11100101
11101110
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What are three conditions that would require a network administrator
to install a new NIC? (Choose three.)

whenever a NIC is damaged *
when there is a need to provide a secondary or backup NIC *
when there is a change from copper media to wireless *
whenever operating system security patches are applied
whenever the PC has been moved to a different location
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