1. Data on a computer is measured in bits. Which answer correctly shows measurements from the smallest to the largest? 
a. centimeter, millimeter, meter
b. byte, megabyte, gigabyte, bit
c. bit, byte, gigabyte
d. 1 digit, 2 digits, 3 digits

2. The domain name .gov stands for Web addresses assigned to:
a. the federal government
b. businesses
c. educational institutes
d. game websites

3. The domain name .edu stands for web addresses assigned to: 
a. the federal government
b. businesses
c. educational institutes
d. game websites

4. When working on a computer, it is important to: 
a. save your work frequently
b. print frequently
c. move your mouse frequently
d. use a peripheral device

5. If you accidentally deleted some text from a document, and you want it back, you should:

a. Select “Redo” or press Ctrl +Y.
b. Immediately close the document and reopen it.
c. Restart the computer.
d. Select “Undo” or press Ctrl + Z.

6. Why should you avoid downloading files using file-sharing programs like Limewire or Frostwire? (used to download music, videos, etc.)

a. It is illegal to download music using these programs due to copyright laws.
b. These files can contain a virus which can harm you computer.
c. You might have to pay money in damages if you are caught.
d. All of the above are true.

7. If you are doing research for an essay, and you use some information from a website in your essay, you must:

a. Do nothing. You can use this material in your essay freely.
b. List the website in a bibliography at the end of your essay.
c. Type the information in bold letters.
d. Type the information in italic letters.

8. Why is a website like Wikipedia NOT the best choice for researching information about a topic?

a. Wikipedia and other “wikis” allow anyone to type information on their pages, which may be inaccurate.
b. It is the best choice.
c. There is too much information on the site to sort through which complicates things.
d. There are not enough images on the site.