Components Computers have one or a lot of big or small R-A-M chips inside. RAM chips are a random access memory chip inside, the computer uses it to store information that will be used anytime or used to store something like the copy clipboard(The copy clipboard is the thing that stores what you copy to paste later) to delete/change later. There is also a spinning or solid state hard drive that uses DVD like disks that stores information like your video games, pictures, or other things. A CPU is the thing that your computer uses to do all the processing work, like our brain but not like it. CPU stands central-processing-unit.
In this course I have been assigned 4 major projects and 4 mini projects. The four major projects are the memo assignment, the resume and application letter project, the feasibility report, and the instructions project. Of these four major projects
1. Perception categories that significantly influenced walking frequency were landuse, and aesthetics and amenities. The safety, directness and continuity perception categories were not significant but had weak to moderate associations with land use and aesthetics perception. This implies improving perception of one category is bound to improve or negatively impact the perception of a correlated category. For example landuse perception was correlated with directness perception - which is intuitive, given that directness measured quick and easy access to land uses.
1. List and explain the top 5 factors that are required, at a bare minimum, to make an application secure. Security architecture, authentication, session management, access control, and input validation are the top five factors that make an application secure. Security architecture: OWASP verification requirements in security architecture verify all the application components and libraries that are present in the application are identified. A high level architecture of an application must be designed.
1. Name at least three items that could be considered AT and describe how those devices could support a student with a disability in the classroom. • Adapted pencil grip: This can help students write appropriately and form their letters correctly. • Text to Speech software: This can help students who have trouble reading because they can follow a long and hear the sounds as they read. It can also help deepen comprehension because they don’t have focus on decoding the words, can listen to the meaning of the story.
After compiling all of the ingredients into a numbered list, I find out that every product “purchased” at Harris Teeter would account for $116.19 over the budget. The few adjustments I made to my shopping list beforehand did not help reduce the total to a reasonable price either. While I was going through all of the products at home, I crossed out a few unnecessary items that were optional or switched to products with a lower price just to see if I could be within the budget. Eventually, after I was done “shopping” and tallying up all of the prices, the cost still exceeded the price that I calculated in my head. As I went down the aisles searching for foods on my grocery list, I kept a close eye out for products that had nutritious labels such as organic, fresh, or low in sodium so that the college student I chose could receive the right amount of nutrients needed for a healthy lifestyle. As a result of that, I realized that most of the nutritious products were set at
1. Network and trust are availed to everyone-There is the allowance to edit, share, reuse… of data. Content sourcing-Users are motivated and encouraged to update data; the better it gets. Trust-Workers and clients can gain access and use web tools on their own.
Break Point 6.2 I think that the students are trying to describe what most people cannot: the effect that music has not on our minds, but our bodies. Because the mind is not involved in this physiological process, one can only begin to describe why we get "pumped," why our heart rates increase or why our moods change when we hear a certain piece of music. In the conversation in Chapter 6, each student seems to have a different way of describing how music makes them feel, which supports my belief that each student has a unique physiological approach when listening to or performing music that is unlike that of anyone else. As the chapter mentions, there is no true explanation as to why some people get goosebumps when a certain song plays and others do not. Personally, my musical tastes are all across the board, and change
Goals of the Lab This lab has many different overall goals that are meant to introduce us to the challenges and procedures of building a preliminary enterprise environment from the ground up. Each task has it’s own set of goals that expose us to important areas of system administration in this type of environment. The lab first introduces us to installation and configuration of an edge routing device meant to handle all internal network traffic between devices, and allow access out to an external network, in our case the Internet. The lab then introduces installation of an enterprise Linux distribution, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, which will be used as the main Linux based server in our enterprise environment.
7.7.1 Data Owners 1. One whose going to access files, one who owns file, who requires his data to be secure. 2. Data owners are responsible for encrypting the data by generating private key. MMCOE, Department of Computer Engineering, 2015-2016 26 Regeneration of code based cloud storage 3.
4.) I noticed that there is a relationship between the ionic radius and the atomic number of the representative elements in Group 1A. The higher the atomic number, the bigger the ionic radius is. So, while hydrogen has an atomic number of 1 and Francium has an atomic number of 87, it is safe to assume that FR has a higher ionic radius. This is true; the ionic radius for Hydrogen is 0.012, and for Francium, it is 0.194.