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  1. 1. What does RoHS stand for?
    A. Reuse of Hardware/Software
    B. Reutilization of Hazards Standard
    C. Restriction of Hazardous Substances
    D. Rebuilding of Hazardous Structures
    C. RoHS stands for Restriction of Hazardous Substances, an EU directive that took effect in 2006.
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  2. 2. What does RoHS limit?
    A. The number of new PCs that can be made and sold each year
    B. The use of six hazardous materials in electronics manufacturing
    C. Heavy metals thrown away in regular trash (not recycled)
    D. Hazardous materials used in building additions
    B. RoHS limits the use of lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls, and polybrominated diphenyl ether in electronics manufacturing.
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  3. 3. Laptop batteries should be recycled because they contain .
    A. Circuit boards
    B. EMI
    C. Electrical charge that could hurt someone
    D. Toxic chemicals
    D. Batteries contain toxic chemicals such as lead, nickel, and/or cadmium.
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  4. 4. A CRT monitor, in addition to being a large plastic box that takes up space in a landfill, is also hazardous to the environment because the inside of its glass is coated
    with .
    A. Phosphorous
    B. Lead
    C. Cadmium
    D. Chromium
    A. The inside of a CRT is coated with phosphors that make the pixels light up. Phosphorous can explode or burn when exposed to water.
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  5. 5. Toner can be ______, so proper disposal of toner is a matter of public safety.
    A. Carcinogenic
    B. Flammable
    C. Caustic
    D. Explosive
    A. Toner is a carcinogen. It is a combination of plastic and metal, so it is not caustic, flammable, or explosive.
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  6. 6. Which of these is the best description of an MSDS?
    A. It’s an information sheet that tells how to handle a chemical.
    B. It’s a sheath in which to run cables that are susceptible to EMI.
    C. It’s a safe container in which to place used batteries.
    D. It’s a type of cooling device that cuts energy costs for a server.
    A. MSDS stands for material safety data sheet. It is a document that dictates the proper handling and disposal of a chemical.
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  7. 7. Which U.K. or EU law makes it illegal for a utility company to sell your address and phone number to a third-party company that then uses it to try to sell you a product or service?
    A. Freedom of Information Act of 2000
    B. Data Protection Directive
    C. Computer Misuse Act of 1990
    D. Copyright, Designs, and Patents Act of 1988
    B. The Data Protection Directive (EU) prevents data from being used for purposes other than those for which it was collected, and from being shared with another company.
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  8. 8. What power-conservation mode copies the content of RAM to the hard disk and then powers off the PC completely?
    A. Hibernate
    B. Shut Down
    C. Standby
    D. Sleep
    A. Hibernate saves the content of RAM to the hard disk and then shuts off all power to the computer. A computer can remain in Hibernate mode indefinitely because no power is being used.
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  9. 9. On a Windows PC, shutdown –s –m 211.66.82.1 is an example of a(n).
    A. Power plan
    B. Shutdown script
    C. Trojan horse
    D. Hibernation script
    B. A shutdown script such as this one can be used to shut down a PC remotely via its IP address.
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  10. 10. Which type of monitor is the most energy-efficient to use?
    A. LCD
    B. CPU
    C. CRT
    D. RAM
    A. An LCD monitor is more efficient than a CRT. CPU and RAM are not types of monitors.
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  11. 11. On a notebook PC, you may be able to adjust the monitor brightness by pressing an arrow key in combination with the key.
    A. Alt
    B. F1
    C. Ctrl
    D. Fn
    D. The Fn key is commonly used along with some other key, such as an arrow key, to change the monitor’s brightness.
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  12. 12. Hardware that meets certain energy-efficiency standards has the logo.
    A. RoHS
    B. MSDS
    C. Multiboot
    D. Energy Star
    D. The Energy Star logo marks equipment that uses power efficiently and may have special power-management features.
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  13. 13. enables you to run multiple operating systems on a single PC, and it is useful for testing an application on multiple OSs.
    A. Remote desktop
    B. NAS
    C. Telecommuting
    D. Virtualization
    D. Virtualization software creates a separate operating system environment within the main OS on a computer.
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  14. 14. A(n) connection enables you to control a PC from another location via a network connection to it.
    A. Cloud computing
    B. Telecommuting
    C. Virtualization
    D. Remote desktop
    D. Remote desktop enables you to use a computer remotely with the monitor, keyboard, and mouse you have available locally.
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  15. 15. is a network-aware hard disk or other storage unit that network users can use to share files with one another.
    A. NAS
    B. RoHS
    C. MSDS
    D. Virtualization
    A. NAS stands for network attached storage, which is a network-capable storage device. Using NAS rather than a file server saves energy.
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  16. 16. Eliminating cool air leaks in server rooms is an example of practices.
    A. VoIP
    B. Virtualization
    C. NAS
    D. Green building
    D. Green building practices include methods of keeping cool air from leaking out of a server room, as well as other construction methods that increase insulation.
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  17. 17. means using applications and data stored in a remote network location, such as on the Internet, rather than using applications and data stored on your own computer.
    A. VoIP
    B. RoHS
    C. NAS
    D. Cloud computing
    D. Cloud computing means performing computer activities by using applications stored online rather than owning those applications on your own computer.
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  18. 18. is a technology that uses the Internet rather than a public switched telephone network to deliver telephone services.
    A. VoIP
    B. Telecommuting
    C. Cloud computing
    D. NAS
    A. VoIP stands for Voice over IP. It refers to a phone system that is implemented over a data network or Internet connection.
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  19. 19. refers to employees working from home rather than reporting to an office building.
    A. Cloud computing
    B. Telecommuting
    C. NAS
    D. VoIP
    B. Telecommuting, in which employees work from home and connect to their office via telephone or the Internet, can save a company money and energy.
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  20. 20. One way to cut down on printer consumable costs is printing.
    A. Inkjet
    B. Duplex
    C. VoIP
    D. Local
    B. Duplex p
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