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Question 1: Current semiconductor volatile memory technology is usually either static RAM (see SRAM) or dynamic RAM (see ________).
Flash memoryDynamic random access memoryRead-only memoryRandom-access memory

Question 2: Efforts began in the late 1940s to find ________.
Random-access memoryMagnetoresistive Random Access MemoryRead-only memoryNon-volatile memory

Question 3: Examples of non-volatile memory include read-only memory (see ROM), ________, most types of magnetic computer storage devices (e.g.
Random-access memoryEEPROMDynamic random access memoryFlash memory

Question 4: Magnetic core memory would become the dominant form of memory until the development of ________ based memory in the late 1960s.
Bipolar junction transistorIntegrated circuitTransistorSemiconductor device

Question 5: The next significant advance in computer memory was with acoustic delay line memory developed by ________ in the early 1940s.
George H. HeilmeierClaude ShannonJ. Presper EckertHerman Goldstine

Question 6: ________ is computer memory that can retain the stored information even when not powered.
Random-access memoryNon-volatile memoryRead-only memoryMagnetoresistive Random Access Memory

Question 7: ________ would be limited to a capacity of up to a few hundred thousand bits to remain efficient.
Read-only memoryRandom-access memoryDelay line memoryComputer memory

Question 8: Computer memory refers to devices that are used to store data or programs (sequences of instructions) on a temporary or permanent basis for use in an electronic digital ________.
ComputerPersonal computerCentral processing unitLinux

Question 9: Current primary computer memory makes use of ________ consisting of silicon-based transistors.
Electrical engineeringMOSFETIntegrated circuitCentral processing unit

Question 10: Computer memory is usually meant to refer to the semiconductor technology that is used to store information in ________ devices.
EngineeringElectronic engineeringElectronicsElectrical engineering


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