WAEC 2021 Data Processing Obj & Essay Question And Answer Now Available

DATA PROCESSING
1-10: DCDABCAAAD
11-20: CACACBBCBD
21-30: BDDDDBCAAD
31-40: ABBAABBADD

(6ai)
(i)Fingerprint. …
(ii)Facial Recognition. …

(6aii)
(i)Modems.
(ii)Multiplexers.

(6aiii)
(i)RCA (Stereo audio output)

(6aiv)
(i)Finger print
(ii)Signature

(6bi)
Difference is that to access that on internet an Internet Service Provider (ISP) and a router to connect to the ISP while it is not needed for that of storage

(6bii)
Biometric recognition creates a specific link between an individual and a data record.

(6c)
(i)Data collection
(ii)Data input

(6di)
(I)TO; Email Address
(II)CC; To send to multiple emails
(III)BCC; when you want the message to be shared that you want to keep it secret who get the message
(IV)To the reader
(V)the content of the message

(6dii)
Cc stands for carbon copy which means that whose address appears after the Cc: header would receive a copy of the message. Also, the Cc header would also appear inside the header of the received message. While Bcc stands for blind carbon copy which is similar to that of Cc except that the Email address of the recipients specified in this field do not appear in the received message header and the recipients in the To or Cc fields will not know that a copy sent to these address.
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3ai)
(i) On the Basis of Size and Capacity, [Supercomputer, Mainframe, Mini, and Micro Computer].
(ii) On the Basis of Purposes, [General and Special Purpose].
(iii) On the Basis of Hardware Design and Type [Analog, Digital, and Hybrid Computer].

(3bii)
-ANALOG COMPUTER-
(i) Analog computers works with continuous values or these types of systems process continuous data.
(ii) Analog computer has very low or limited memory and it can store less amount of data.

-DIGITAL COMPUTER-
(i) Digital computers works with discrete values or these types of systems process discrete data.
(ii) Digital computer has very big memory it can store large amount of data.

(3b)
(i) Access to informations.
(ii) New tools, new opportunities
(iii)Communication.

(3c)
(i) Guided Media
(ii) Shielded Twisted Pair (STP)

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*DATA PROCESSING*

(5a)
(i) Insert the flash drive into a usb port on your computer.

(ii) With your microsoft word document open, click the “file” tab and select “save as.”

(iii) Click the “save in” drop-down menu at the top of the save as dialog box.

(iv) Navigate to and click the flash drive. the flash drive is typically drive letter “e” or “f.”

(v) Type the name of your document into the file name field and click “save” to save the file to the flash drive.

(5b)
(i) Navigate to the location where you want to create the folder that is the desktop of the computer.

(ii) Hold down the ctrl, shift, and n keys at the same time.

(iii) Enter your desired folder name that is “assignment”

(iv) Navigate to the location where you want to create the folder.

(v) Then save to finish

(5c)
(i) Open the folder that contains the word documents you want to print.

(ii) Press [ctrl], and select the files you want to print. (if the files are adjacent, select the first file in the list, press [shift], and select the last file in the list.)

(iii) Right-click the selection, and select print from the shortcut menu.

(iv) Select the desired print options, and click ok. (the selected options will apply to all of the documents.)

DATA PROCESSING
1-10: DCDABCAAAD
11-20: CACACBBCBD
21-30: BDDDDBCAAD
31-40: ABBAABBADD

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