You can use the format painter multiple times before you turn it off by
Options: a. You can use the format painter button on ly one time when you click it b. Double clicking the format painter button c. Pressing the Ctrl key and clicking the format painter button d. Pressing the Alt key and clicking the format painter button
7.It distinguishes multi-processor computer architectures according to how they can be classified along the two independent dimensions of Instruction and Data Each of these dimensions can have only one of two possible states: Single or Multiple.
Options: (A)Single Program Multiple Data (SPMD) (B) Flynnâ€™s taxonomy (C) Von Neumann Architecture (D) None of these 2
Deficit financing leads to inflation in general, but it can be checked if
Options: government expenditure leads to increase in the aggregate supply in ratio of aggregate demand, only aggregate demand is increased, all the expenditure is denoted national debt payment only, All of the above
With an IP address set starting with 150, you currently have six offices that you are treating as subnets. Plans are in place to open 10 more offices before the end of the year. What subnet mask should you use to satisfy the needed number of subnets and maximize the number of hosts available at each site?
Options: to move the cursor to a matching delimiter, when a delimiters a parenthesis, a bracket, or a brace., to move the cursor to the upperleft corner of the screen, to move the cursor backward to the beginning of a word, to move the cursor to the first column in the current line
. Which of these is a quick way to copy formatting from a selected cell to two other cells on the same worksheet?
Options: a. Use Ctrl to select all three cells, then click the paste button on the standard toolbar b. Copy the selected cell, then select the other two cells, click style on the Format menu, then click Modify c. Click format painter on the Formatting toolbar twice then click in each cell you want to copy the formatting to d. All of above
Options: always increases as the applied frequency increases, is equal to the sum of the values of resistance, inductive reactance and capacitive reactance, always decreases as the applied frequency increases, is maximum at the resonant frequency