#### AP computer science principals unit one exam

AP computer science principals unit one exam

Binary

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bit

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A Binary question is defined as

AP computer science principals unit one exam

Bandwidth

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Bit rate

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Latency

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protocol

AP computer science principals unit one exam

A binary message consisting of four bits was sent to you by a friend. The message was supposed to be ABAB. Unfortunately, your friend set the bit on the wire once every 2 seconds, but you read the wire once every second. Assuming that the first bit was sent and read at the same time, what message did you receive instead.Submit

AP computer science principals unit one exam

When responding to a question with 4 choices, the most efficient method will require _____ number of bits.

AP computer science principals unit one exam

fiber-optic cable

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Copper Wire (Electric Transmission)

AP computer science principals unit one exam

AP computer science principals unit one exam

If you just had two shapes (say, a circle and a square), how many 3-place patterns could you make?

AP computer science principals unit one exam

You have a coordinate grid that is 96 x 96. Assuming that you encode the x and y coordinate as separate numbers, what is the minimum number of bits that you will need to encode a coordinate in that space?

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Abstraction

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ASCII

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What is the minimum number of bits you need to encode the 26 letters of the alphabet plus a space?

AP computer science principals unit one exam

The standard QWERTY keyboard has 47 keys that can place characters on the screen. Each of these keys can also display a second character by holding the "Shift" key at the same time. How many bits would you need to encode everything that could be typed on this keyboard?

AP computer science principals unit one exam

ASCII has an encoding for every character of the alphabet as well as encodings for numbers -- that is, encodings for the symbols of the digits 0-9. So here is a trick question: How many bits are required to store the text of the number "150" in ASCII?'