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Chapter 5 Common Applications and Business on the Internet Question Bank

Chapter 5 Common Applications and Business on the


Internet

Multiple Choice Questions

(U05C05L01Q001)
Besides text files, which of the following can be attached to an e-mail?
(1) photo
(2) sound
(3) video
A. (1) and (2) only
B. (1) and (3) only
C. (2) and (3) only
D. (1), (2) and (3)
Answer
D

(U05C05L01Q002)
Which of the following is NOT a traditional application of Internet?
A. FTP
B. Telnet
C. newsgroup
D. WWW
Answer
D

(U05C05L01Q003)
Which of the following is the first Web browser with a graphical interface?
A. Internet Explorer
B. Netscape Communicator
C. Mosaic
D. Opera
Answer
C

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(U05C05L01Q004)
Under the FTP command prompt, which command is used to upload a file?
A. put
B. open
C. get
D. close
Answer
A

(U05C05L01Q005)
Which of the following is an application of C2C e-commerce?
A. online shopping
B. e-banking service
C. online ticketing system
D. auction web site
Answer
D

(U05C05L01Q006)
Which of the following statements about SSL is INCORRECT?
A. a secure protocol
B. should install the e-wallet
C. use of public key cryptography
D. use of digital certificate
Answer
B

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Conventional Questions

(U05C05L02Q001)
(a) (i) What is the language used for files on the Web?
(ii) What is a web site and what is a web server?
(iii) Each web site has a starting point for accessing the pages on the web site.
What is the name of this starting point?
(iv) Besides linking to the same page, what can hyperlinks link to?
(5 marks)
(b) (i) What is video conferencing?
(ii) What are needed to carry out a video conferencing over the Internet?
(4 marks)
(c) Briefly describe
(i) e-mail,
(ii) FTP, and
(iii) Telnet
(7 marks)

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Answers
(a) (i) Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) (1)
(ii) A web site is a collection of web pages related to a particular subject. (1)
These web pages are kept on one or more computers known as web servers.
(1)
(iii) Home page (1)
(iv) Other pages on the same web site and pages that reside on different web
sites can also be hyperlinked. (1)
(b) (i) Video conferencing is the use of audio-visual (1)
as well as computer technology to enable people in different locations to
see, hear, and talk with one another. (1)
(ii) To do video conferencing over the Internet, you will need equipment such
as video recorders, microphones, speakers and video conferencing software,
(1)
as well as a relatively fast Internet connection. (1)
(c) (i) E-mail is the transmission of messages by telecommunication. (1)
E-mail can incorporate non-text files, such as graphics and sound files, as
attachments in binary forms. (1)
(ii) File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a common way to transfer files from one
computer to another. (1)
We can upload a file from the local computer to the remote server or
download a file from the remote server to the local computer. (1)
(iii) Telnet is a software program that allows us to connect to a remote computer
via the network and then use the programs on that computer. (1)
With Telnet, we log on as a regular user with whatever privileges we may
have been granted to the specific application and data on that computer. (1)
Telnet is in plain text mode and user have to send different ‘keystroke
character’ commands will be sent to the host computer and after execution,
the result will be returned and display on the user computer’s screen. (1)

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(U05C05L02Q002)
(a) (i) What is electronic commerce?
(ii) Who can participate in electronic commerce?
(3 marks)
(b) (i) What is the Business-to-Customer model in e-commerce?
(ii) What is the Business-to-Business model in e-commerce?
(iii) What is the Customer-to-Customer model in e-commerce?
(iv) List THREE advantages of e-commerce.
(6 marks)
(c) Briefly describe
(i) newsgroup,
(ii) IP telephony, and
(iii) video-conferencing.
(6 marks)

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Answers
(a) (i) Electronic commerce refers to business transactions that occur over an
electronic network, such as the Internet. (1)
(ii) Anyone with an access to a computer, which connects to the Internet, (1)
and a means to pay for purchased goods or services can participate in e-
commerce. (1)
(b) (i) In Business-to-Customer model, businesses create electronic stores that
offer information, goods and services to consumers. (1)
(ii) Business-to-Business model consists of the sale and exchange of products
and services between businesses. (1)
(iii) In Customer-to-Customer model, individuals can buy from and sell to with
each other. (1)
(iv) low entry costs / access to global marketplace / reduced transaction costs /
reduced distribution cost / no intermediary involved / fast feedback
(Any 3 × 1)
(c) (i) Newsgroup is a discussion media that provides people from different area of
the world to share information and opinions. (1)
We can read those passages we like, posting passages or reply other’s
passages and carry discussions. (1)
(ii) IP telephony is a technology that uses packet-switched connections to
deliver voice and fax that have traditionally been carried over the circuit-
switched connections of the public switched telephone network (PSTN). (1)
To make the network phone work properly on the network, the Internet
Telephony Gateway (ITG) is needed for call-redirections. (1)
(iii) A video-conference is a live connection between people in separate
locations for instant communication. (1)
Using video-conferencing can lower travel costs and facilitate group work
among distant team-mates. (1)

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