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The typical CPU is divided into these several functional units: (Points : 1) presort, sort, process, export, and save. control, arithmetic logic, decode, bus, and prefetch.
fetch, decode, execute and shred. registers, prefetch, decode, and store.
The typical CPU is divided into these several functional units: control, arithmetic logic, decode, bus, and prefetch.
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User: The typical CPU is divided into these several functional units: (Points : 1) presort, sort, process, export, and save. control, arithmetic logic, decode, bus, and prefetch. fetch, decode, execute and shred. registers, prefetch, decode, and store.



Weegy: The typical CPU is divided into these several functional units: control, arithmetic logic, decode, bus, and prefetch.
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User: Binary means (Points : 1) there are three options; 0, 1, and 2. the same as a byte, 8 bits. that computers really need to have three or more options. there are two possibilities, on and off.

Weegy: Binary means there are two possibilities, on and off.
Expert answered|Giana|Points 1034|

User: A ________ is used to create a digital representation of typed text, handwritten text, graphics, and objects. (Points : 1) monitor videoconferencing device video digitizer scanner

Weegy: A scanner is used to create a digital representation of typed text, handwritten text, graphics, and objects.
Expert answered|Giana|Points 1034|

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