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Jeopardy!. By:Clever Team Name About Technology. Informational Slide (Game Addiction). Video game addiction is a registered medical addiction that affects 15% of gamers worldwide.

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Jeopardy!

By:Clever Team Name About Technology

informational slide game addiction
Informational Slide(Game Addiction)
  • Video game addiction is a registered medical addiction that affects 15% of gamers worldwide.
  • Game addiction can lead to neglect of social life, or anything outside the game. Grades fall drastically in teenagers. This addiction leads to heart disease and massive weight gain or loss.

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game addiction information cont d
Game Addiction Information (cont’d)
  • Any type of game can potentially be addicting; however, Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games, or MMORPGs, are the most addictive.
  • Some well-known MMORPGs include World of Warcraft, or WoW, and the free game Runescape.
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game addiction information cont d1
Game Addiction Information (cont’d)
  • Game addiction has the potential to affect everyone. However, males between the ages of 18 and 30 are the most vulnerable. This is because they are more exposed to games than the rest of the population.
  • One cannot calculate the ASV of an unladen swallow without first determining whether it is an African or a European swallow.
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input devices
Input Devices
  • An input device is any device is any thing that that you have plug into the computer and it puts information into the computer.
  • Examples:

keyboard

Mouse

Microphone

Joystick

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output devices
Output Devices
  • Output devices are all the devices that bring information out of the computer.
  • Examples:

Monitor

Printer

Speakers

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communication devices
Communication Devices
  • Communication devices are all the devices that allow you to communicate with a another computer an your own computer.
  • Example:

Modem

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binary numebrs information
Binary Numebrs Information
  • Binary numbers are made up of 1’s and 0’s
  • All decimal system numbers are converted into a series of 1’s and 0’s by the computer, and then converted back for displaying.
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binary numbers information cont d
Binary Numbers Information (Cont’d)
  • Whereas our traditional system on a base power of ten system, binary is on a base power of 2
  • This means that all of the ones and zeroes correspond to a number, which are then added.
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binary numbers information cont d1
Binary Numbers Information (Cont’d)

512 256 128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1

1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0

This would be 512+64+32+8+2=618

To convert from standard to binary, first find the largest number power multiple of 2 that goes into the number, then work down the ladder.

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parts found inside the computer
Parts found inside the computer
  • CPU
  • Motherboard
  • Memory(RAM)
  • Video card
  • Hard drive
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the function of each part
The function of each part
  • CPU-(Central Processing unit) is the processor of the computer
  • Motherboard-the main circuit board of the computer.PCI and USB ports are attached to the motherboard
  • Memory(RAM)-The main memory source in a computer. RAM needs power and if power is lost, the data will be lost as well.
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the function of each part1
The function of each part
  • Video card- allows the monitor to display pictures.
  • Hard drive-The main source the computer uses to store information. Once information is stored, it can NOT be removed.
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spyware what is it
Spyware(What is it)
  • Spyware may masquerade as some type of security warning or pop-up window. Spyware is not designed to damage anything. Its designed to get information off of your computer.
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spyware vs virus
Spyware vs. Virus
  • Difference between virus and spyware is that a virus spread through out a computer. Also, a virus goal is to damage the computer as a whole. Resulting in making the computer come on and operate. On the other hand, spyware is not designed to damaged. Spyware only attacks the RAM, making the computer slower.
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ways to avoid spyware
Ways to avoid spyware
  • Spyware Scanner
  • Delete history
  • Don’t download from unknown sites
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game addiction for 100
Game Addiction for 100
  • What are some common negative effects of addictive gaming?
  • A) neglect of friends and social life
  • B) falling grades
  • C) health risks such as heart disease and weight gain
  • D) all of the above
game addiction for 200
Game Addiction for 200
  • What demographic is most vulnerable to game addiction?
  • A) Old ladies
  • B) Toddlers
  • C) Children aged 6 to 12
  • D) Young men
game addiction for 300
Game Addiction for 300
  • What type of game is considered the most addicting?
  • A) Minesweeper
  • B) MMORPGs
  • C) Puzzle games
  • D) First-person shooters
game addiction for 400
Game Addiction for 400
  • What percentage of the global gamer population is affected by game addiction?
  • A) 15%
  • B) 75%
  • C) 42%
  • D) .4%
game addiction for 500
Game Addiction for 500
  • What is the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow?
  • A) 9.8 m/s
  • B) 22.5 m/s
  • C) not enough information to calculate
  • D) 4.32 m/s
binary numbers for 100
Binary Numbers for 100
  • What kind of number’s make up the Binary system?
  • A. 0-9
  • B. 1-9
  • C. 3-6
  • D. 1’s and 0’s
binary numbers for 200
Binary Numbers for 200
  • What base power does the Binary system use?
  • A. 10
  • B. 1’s and 0’s
  • C. 2
  • D. 0-9
binary numbers for 400
Binary Numbers for 400
  • What regular number is this? 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1
  • A. 5
  • B. 369
  • C. 185
  • D. 368
binary numbers for 300
Binary Numbers for 300
  • What regular number is this? 1 0 1 1 0
  • A. 21
  • B. 3
  • C. 10
  • D. 22
binary numbers for 500
Binary Numbers for 500
  • What would this be in Binary format? 5569
  • A. 1010111000001
  • B. 0110111000010
  • C. 10110011
  • D. 1110000000111
input output communication 100
Input/ Output/ Communication 100
  • Which one of these is an output device?

A. Keyboard

B. Speakers

C. Webcam

D. Mouse

input output communication 200
Input/ Output/ Communication 200
  • Which one is the communication device?

A. Modem

B. Microphone

C. Webcam

D. Telephone

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Parts of a Computer for 100

What is the main memory source found in the computer that needs power to take action?

  • Video memory

B) Virtual memory

C) Memory Ram

D) MDRAM

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Parts of a Computer for 200

The part of the computer where USB ports can be attached to is…

A)Motherboard

B)Optical drive

C)Power supply

D)Computer case

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Parts of a Computer for 300

What is the place where data is permanently stored in the computer?

A)Memory Ram

B)Hard drive

C)Documents

D)CPU

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Parts of a Computer for 400

The object found inside the computer that allows pictures to be displayed is known as the…

A)Monitor

B)Power supply

C)Projector

D)Video card

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Parts of a Computer for 500

Who is responsible for handling all instructions and calculation of the computer?

A)CPU

B)Hard Drive

C)Parallel Processing

D)Optical Drive

input output communication 300
Input/ Output/ Communication 300
  • Which one of these have three input devices?

A. Speakers, Keyboard, Webcam

B. Mouse, Flash Drive, Scanner

C. Microphone, Joystick, Keyboard

D. Hard Drive, Flash Drive, TV

input output communication 400
Input/ Output/ Communication 400
  • Which output devices is needed to have complete desktop?

A. TV

B. Printer

C. Scanner

D. Monitor

input output communication 500
Input/ Output/ Communication 500
  • Classify these devices in order: Modem, Webcam, Scanner, Microphone

A. Communication, Output, Input, Input

B. Storage, Input, Output, Communication

C. Communication, Input, Input, Input

D. Communication, Input, Output, Input

spyware and viruses for 100

Spyware and Virusesfor 100

  • Damage Computer, making it hard to turn it on.
  • Helps you hack into people’s accounts.
  • To watch what sites you go on to send advertisement.
  • Teaches you how to become a top spy!

Spyware is designed to?

spyware and viruses for 200

Spyware and Virusesfor 200

  • Pictures
  • Emails or Texts messages
  • Security warnings or pop-up windows
  • Advertisements or Facebook warnings

What can spyware masquerade itself as?

spyware and viruses for 300
Spyware and Virusesfor 300

Spyware hogs up ?

  • RAM
  • Monitor
  • Spyware Scanner
  • Internet Memory
spyware and viruses for 400
Spyware and Virusesfor 400

What can prevent Spyware?

  • Report it to the police and get a restraining order.
  • Unplugging the computer for 10 minutes.
  • Spyware Scanner
  • Spyware Terminator
spyware and viruses for 500
Spyware and Virusesfor 500

What’s the difference between spyware and a virus ?

  • There are no differences they are the same thing.
  • Spyware does much more damage.
  • Virus damage the whole computer, but spyware just slows it down
  • Spyware slows computer down, but virus attacks the motherboard and monitor.
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You Were Right!
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CORRECT!!!!!

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bibliography
Bibliography
  • http://www.webmd.com/mental-health/features/video-game-addiction-no-fun
  • http://www.video-game-addiction.org/
  • http://www.ocregister.com/news/game-208290-wow-addiction.html
  • http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0071853/quotes
bibliography1
Bibliography
  • I got my information from the Binary Numbers Made Easy document in the Course Documents folder, and the Binary Numbers Chart in the Course Documents folder
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Bibliography
  • http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://visual.merriam-
  • http://www.google.com/products?hl=en&expIds=17259,26714,27006&sugexp=ldymls&
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Bibliography
  • M.R. Anglin, what is an optical drive, September 8,2010, http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-an-optical-drive.htm,Google,Sept. 29,2010
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  • Author not given, Motherboard, date not given,http://www.computerhope.com/jargon/m/mothboar.htm, Google, Sept.29,2010
  • Author not given, Hard drive, date not given, http://www.computerhope.com/jargon/h/harddriv.htm, Google, Sept.29,2010
  • Author not given, RAM, date not given, http://www.computerhope.com/jargon/h/harddriv.htm, Google, Sept.29,2010
  • R. Kayne, What are computer cases, Sept.9,2010, http://www.wisegeek.com/what-are-computer-cases.htm, Google, Sept.30,210,
  • Author not given, Video adapter, date not given, http://www.computerhope.com/jargon/v/videadap.htm, Google, Sept.30,2010
  • Author not given, Power Supply-PS, date not given, http://www.computerhope.com/jargon/p/ps.htm, Google, Sept.30,2010
  • Tim Fisher, 11 ways to keep your PC cool, date not given, http://pcsupport.about.com/od/maintenance/tp/pc_cooling.htm, Google, Sept.30
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Bibliography
  • http://computer.howstuffworks.com/spyware.htm