You have just installed a new internal PCI modem on you desktop. It will not dial out. what is the problem?
Options: The port speed is set too high, the modem has not been set up in control panel properties, the phone line is plugged into the line-in port on the modem card, the phone line out of the wall is plugged into the phone port on the modem card
Options: a background in systems theory and organization behavior, familiarity with the makeup and inner workings of major application areas such as financial accounting, personnel administration, marketing and sales, operations management, model building, and production control., competence in system tools and methodologies and a practical knowledge of one or more programming and data base languages., All of the above
Which one of the following statements most accurately describes the nature of inductive reactance?
Options: Inductive reactance is an opposition to current flow in dc circuits, Inductive reactance is an opposition to current flow in ac circuits, Inductive reactance is another term for counter emf, Inductive reactance is a force that tends to overcome the effects of counter emf
The corporate office sends you a new router to connect, but upon connecting the console cable, you see that there is already a configuration on the router. What should be done before a new configuration is entered in the router?
Options: RAM should be erased and the router restarted., Flash should be erased and the router restarted., NVRAM should be erased and the router restarted., The new configuration should be entered and saved.
A farad is defined as the amount of capacitance necessary for:
Options: dissipating 1 W of power, causing an ac phase shift greater than 90 degree, storing 1 V for 1 second, changing the voltage on the plates at the rate of 1 V per second when 1 A of current is flowing
Which of the following is a correct order of precedence in formula calculation?
Options: a. Multiplication and division exponentiation positive and negative values b. Multiplication and division, positive and negative values addition and subtraction c. Addition and subtraction positive and negative values exponentiation d. All of above