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Answers Abbreviated: Test 1
1. Term Comparisons
Size – overall dimensions of picture altered, up or down
Crop – eliminates white space around picture and/or cuts part of picture
Compression – reduces the size of a file, but in the process may lose some information,
details or data
Zip – reduces the size of a file without any data loss
Custom Animation – used to animate objects, like text or pictures (as clip art, etc.)
Slide Transition – used to affect the movement of one slide to another (animate the
slide movement as whole in a presentation)
Bitmap graphics – uses pixels (dots on the screen) to represent a graphic image, where a
pixel represents a bit or group of bits in memory, and requires a lot of memory
Vector graphics – uses mathematical coordinates to mark the end points of a graphic
images, and takes up less space in memory than a bitmapped image
Fireworks states – allows for animation, creation of buttons, etc.
Fireworks layers – basically has slices/pieces of a drawing/image in multiple strips or
views stacked one on top of the other (like transparencies) – so an image is layered;
looking down from the top you can see the whole image with all of them stacked together,
but they can be peeled away one at a time to see portions or separate parts of the image.
Hexadecimal – base 16 system, for the web, RGB intensities, determines colors
CLUT – base 10 system, for the computer, RGB intensities, determines colors
2.
Tree to draw
xyz – home
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oyster
ocean
land
tree
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creatures
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clam
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small
forests
soil
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whale
shell
3. Fireworks: primary differences noted in class
a. Capable of using both bitmap and vector graphics
b. Produces Web ready graphics
4. Operating Systems question
Operating system – essential software, computer cannot function without it
Application software – create files
Of the following functions for an OS which you need to specifically name/list and
explain five:
Boot, Interface, File Management, Schedule, Allocate, Network Mgmt, Monitor,
Time Share
5. Primary memory and Secondary storage comparison
3 comparisons between primary memory and secondary storage:
Cost, Speed, Capacity
Example of each:
Primary – RAM, cache
Secondary – hard disk, CD, Flash Drive, etc.
How each is used:
Primary – stores data and instructions to be processed by the CPU
Secondary – stores results of the processing as files for later use
7. Completion:
1. clipboard
2. name
3. commercial, shareware, freeware, public domain
4. bit, byte, ASCII
5. name, address, file format, date, contents, size, permission/usage
6. mkdir , rmdir
7. Text Box
8. IP Address, URL
9. Packets
10. Registry
11. random, address
12. biometric, fingerprint
13. Trojan horse, time bomb, virus, worm
14. Encryption, cipher
15. Animation pane
16. SmartArt
17. lossy, lossless
18. png, gif
19. script
20. onion skinning
21. link
22. domain
23. pixel
24. binary