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PARTICIPATION REPORT 2 CHAPTER 4 PART 1 IN BRIEF MAIN IDEAS MICRO-BRAINThe first steps I would take in creating bulletin boards would be to have each of my four bulletins very colorful and I especially like the idea of a pyramid The first board would be red and I would use yellow letters for the words systems unit memory and brain I would compare the systems unit of the computer and the systems unit of our brain which is memory Then draw a computer and a brain then show where the memory of each is located At the very top of the pyramid CPC would be added and at the bottom CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT BYTES OR BITE The next step would be to use another bright color This color pyramid will be green with the words BIT BYTES and NIBBLE and will be used adjacent to green yellow and red apples the combination of the two things will give the impression of how many bytes andor digits can be taken off the apples Some of the apples will have one bite out of it and another will have four and so on There will also be numbers letters upper and lowercase letters of the alphabet and punctuation marks which will be done in yellow KILA MEGA GIGA RAM--------ROM My next pyramid will be orange using again big numbers and letters with several words and their meanings such as Kilobyte is1000 bytes KB or K Megabyte is one million bytes MB Gigabyte is one billion bytes GB The words Ram Random Access Memory - which means content will be lost if disconnected - and ROM Read Only Memory which means contents is not lost if computer is disconnected - will be used along with the words data information and memory and their meanings I will be using yellow for my meanings and such JARGON OF A
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