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Problem 18.121

In recent years there has been much interest in electric cars. List some advantages and disadvantages of electric cars compared to automobiles with internal combustion engines.

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Yellow Highlight = vocab Blue Highlight = Dates Green Highlight = important words that don’t need a definition CS 8 Chapter 3 Notes 3.3 -- Home Networking ● ISP (internet service provider) ○ Allows internet connection to computers ○ Via cable line, phone line, satellite link line ■ Communication over lines via electrical signals (not binary computer data) ■ Modulation​: a process in which a computer's data combines with different electronic signals that can travel over the ISP’s line ○ Modem​: short for “modulator” or “demodulator;” a device which allows a computer to connect to the internet by combining and/or uncombining computer data with electrical signals over the ISP line ■ Ethernet​: a communication protocol used to connect a modem to a computer (i.e. Ethernet cable) ○ Router​: a common modem device which routes packets from ISP lines to destination (computers) among many in a single space (home, office, etc.) ■ Common for printing ● Overall, the system of home networking is set up like this: 1. PC sends packet to router 2. Router sends packet to: a. Printer b. Modem 3. From the modem, packet is sent to ISP 4. Computer then connects to internet and packets are sent back to computers ● Wi-Fi

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Textbook: Chemistry: A Molecular Approach
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Author: Nivaldo J. Tro
ISBN: 9780321809247

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