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Information Technology Fundamentals (ITF). Mr. Shultz. Today’s Bell-Ringer and Objectives. Bell-Ringer What is your HCS computer login username? What is your Certiport username? What is your Certiport password? Objectives

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Information technology fundamentals itf

Information Technology Fundamentals (ITF)

Mr. Shultz


Today s bell ringer and objectives

Today’s Bell-Ringer and Objectives

Bell-Ringer

  • What is your HCS computer login username?

  • What is your Certiport username?

  • What is your Certiport password?

    Objectives

  • Given the FBLA national web site, TSW correctly identify the purposes and goals of the student organization with no errors. (BUS6670.030)


Bell ringer

Bell-Ringer

What is your HCS computer login username?

first letter of first name

last name

three numbers (usually 001)

Example: sshultz001


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Bell-Ringer

What is your Certiport username?

First Initial (capitalized)

DOT

Last Name (capitalized first letter)

Four-digit number like 0904

Example – S.Shultz0904


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Bell-Ringer

What is your Certiport password?

Same as user name, BUT

Add a “1” at the end

Example – S.Shultz09041


Today

Today

  • Computer Math

  • Take the IC3 Living Online Practice Test

    • 45 minute limit, take your time

  • When done, go FBLA web site link on class page.

  • Complete “About FBLA” worksheet


Computer math

Computer Math

Prefixes:

K = kilo = 1,000 (thousand)

M = mega = 1,000,000 (million)

G = giga = 1,000,000,000 (billion)

T = tera = 1,000,000,000,000 (trillion)


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Computer Math

CPU Speeds

Measured in Hz (hertz)

Means cycles per second

The more cycles it can process, the faster it can run


Computer math2

Computer Math

1a. If a CPU is rated at 500 MHz, how many cycles can it process in a second?

500 times M (1,000,000) =

500,000,000 (500 million)


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Computer Math

1b. If a CPU is rated at 1 GHz, how many cycles can it process in a second?

1 times G (1,000,000,000) =

1,000,000,000 (1 billion)


Computer math4

Computer Math

1c. If a CPU is rated at 950 MHz, how many cycles can it process in a second?

950 times M (1,000,000) =

950,000,000 (950 million)


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Computer Math

1d. If a CPU is rated at 1.1 GHz, how many cycles can it process in a second?

1.1 times G (1,000,000,000) =

1,100,000,000 (1.1 billion)


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Computer Math

1e. Which CPU is faster, one rated at 1.1 GHz, or one rated at 950 MHz?

1.1 GHz = 1,100,000,000

950 MHz = 950,000,000


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Computer Math

Hard Drive Capacity

Measured in B (bytes)

Means pieces of data

More bytes on the hard drive = more data you can store


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Computer Math

2a. If a hard drive holds 200 GB, how many pieces of data can it store?

200 times G (1,000,000,000) =

200,000,000,000 (200 billion)


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Computer Math

2b. If a hard drive holds 1TB, how many pieces of data can it store?

1 times T (1,000,000,000,000) =

1,000,000,000,000 (1 trillion)


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Computer Math

2c. If a hard drive holds 750 GB, how many pieces of data can it store?

750 times G (1,000,000,000) =

750,000,000,000 (750 billion)


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Computer Math

2d. You need to have a total of 1TB of storage, and you already have a hard drive that holds 750GB. What is the smallest hard drive you can add and have 1TB of storage?

1TB (1,000,000,000,000) minus

750GB (750,000,000,000) =

250GB (250,000,000,000)


Information technology fundamentals itf

Select

“IC3 GS3 Practice Test (Windows Vista/ Office 2007) – Living Online”

Click Next


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When done, show me the score


Information technology fundamentals itf

FBLA

Go to mrshultz.com

Click on ITF

Click on the FBLA national web site link

Complete “About FBLA” Worksheet


Information technology fundamentals itf

Click on

“About FBLA-PBL”.


Today1

Today

  • Take the IC3 Living Online Practice Test

    • 45 minute limit, take your time

  • When done, go FBLA web site link on class page.

  • Complete “About FBLA” worksheet


Username password

Username/Password

  • Username – S.Shultz0904

  • Password – S.Shultz09041

    When done, go to mrshultz.com, click on the FBLA National web site link, and complete the worksheet


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Information Technology Fundamentals (ITF)


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