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Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks Profiles Tab Window Help Q %48 D A Tue 21:28 E OO M Inbox - sex Rapidldenix > Quiz: AP ? S Acids and X Exit ticket x SCBA-11 (10 x S Arrhenius S Unit Test S 3. Read "AX S 2. "Starlig X + { ? harmonytx.schoology.com/assignment/4922491051/assessment : This test/quiz is accepting submissions until Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 4:00 pm Questions 1-20 of 20 | Page 1 of 1 Question 1 (1 point) Markus is finding that it takes too long to track down all of the groceries he needs to buy from a given store. Grocery Grabbr to the rescue! The app allows Markus to input his shopping list and search for his local grocery store in Grocery Grabbr's database. If his grocery store is there, Markus is all set to go! The database stores grocery items, cost, and item location information for each grocery store. When Markus walks into the store, a notification pops up on his smartphone letting him know that Grocery Grabbr is ready to get to work. Each of Markus' grocery items is displayed one at a time, along with the aisle number and shelf location. After Markus grabs his items off the shelf, he hits a button on the app to navigate to the next item. The list of items is arranged so that Markus follows the most efficient path through the grocery store. When Markus finishes shopping, the total amount of money his groceries cost is displayed, which allows him to double check the total cost with the cashier. Grocery Grabbr pays grocery stores a small amount of money for each user who successfully uses the app and checks out of the store with over one hundred dollars worth of groceries. Which of the following data must be obtained from the user's smartphone in order for Grocery Grabbr to suggest the order for picking up groceries? a Ob the grocery list the user input the location of the grocery store the user's photo album on their smartphone the user's current location a C Od MAY 4 B., O Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks Profiles Tab Window Help Q %48 0 Tue 21:28 E OO MInbox - se ? Rapidident x > Quiz: AP ? S Acids and X SExit ticket ? SCBA-11 (10 x S Arrhenius S Unit Test ? S 3. Read "AX 2. "Starlig x + { ? harmonytx.schoology.com/assignment/4922491051/assessment * : Question 2 (1 point) Markus is finding that it takes too long to track down all of the groceries he needs to buy from a given store. Grocery Grabbr to the rescue! The app allows Markus to input his shopping list and search for his local grocery store in GroceryGrabbr's database. If his grocery store is there, Markus is all set to go! The database stores grocery items, cost, and item location information for each grocery store. When Markus walks into the store, a notification pops up on his smartphone letting him know that GroceryGrabbr is ready to get to work. Each of Markus' grocery items is displayed one at a time, along with the aisle number and shelf location. After Markus grabs his items off the shelf, he hits a button on the app to navigate to the next item. The list of items is arranged so that Markus follows the most efficient path through the grocery store. When Markus finishes shopping, the total amount of money his groceries cost is displayed, which allows him to double check the total cost with the cashier. Grocery Grabbr pays grocery stores a small amount of money for each user who successfully uses the app and checks out of the store with over one hundred dollars worth of groceries. Which of the following data is not obtained using data collection from the smartphone, but is necessary for Grocery Grabbr to create the total cost of groceries on the list? ?? b the location of the grocery store the location of the user the cost of groceries the shelf location of the groceries C Od Question 3 (1 point) Markus is finding that it takes too long to track down all of the groceries he needs to buy from a given store. Grocery Grabbr to the rescue! The app allows Markus to input his shopping list and search for his local MAY 4 B. o Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks Profiles Tab Window Help Q %48 0 Tue 21:28 E OO MInbox - se ? Rapidlden x > Quiz: AP ? Acids and X S Exit ticket x SCBA-11 (10 x S Arrhenius S Unit Test ? S 3. Read "AX 2. "Starlig x + ? harmonytx.schoology.com/assignment/4922491051/assessment * : Question 3 (1 point) Markus is finding that it takes too long to track down all of the groceries he needs to buy from a given store. Grocery Grabbr to the rescue! The app allows Markus to input his shopping list and search for his local grocery store in GroceryGrabbr's database. If his grocery store is there, Markus is all set to go! The database stores grocery items, cost, and item location information for each grocery store. When Markus walks into the store, a notification pops up on his smartphone letting him know that GroceryGrabbr is ready to get to work. Each of Markus' grocery items is displayed one at a time, along with the aisle number and shelf location. After Markus grabs his items off the shelf, he hits a button on the app to navigate to the next item. The list of items is arranged so that Markus follows the most efficient path through the grocery store. When Markus finishes shopping, the total amount of money his groceries cost is displayed, which allows him to double check the total cost with the cashier. Grocery Grabbr pays grocery stores a small amount of money for each user who successfully uses the app and checks out of the store with over one hundred dollars worth of groceries. Which of the following is considered a potential effect of the Grocery Grabbr app rather than a function of the Grocery Grabbr app? a Ob Using the app may result in the user being able to spend less time shopping for groceries and more time with their family and friends. Using the app allows users to locate grocery items on a list. The app enables users to receive a notification that the app is ready to be used when they enter the grocery store The app informs users of the total cost of their groceries. ?? Od Question 4 (1 point) Markus is finding that it takes too long to track down all of the groceries he needs to buy from a given store. GroceryGrabbr to the rescue! The app allows Markus to input his shopping list and search for his local MAY 4 B. o Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks Profiles Tab Window Help Q %48 0 Tue 21:29 E OO MInbox - se ? Rapidldent x s Quiz: AP ? Acids and X S Exit ticket x SCBA-11 (10 x S Arrhenius S Unit Test ? S 3. Read "AX 2. "Starlig x + { ? * : harmonytx.schoology.com/assignment/4922491051/assessment ?? A grocery store in a busy location with lots of customers. Od A popular, large grocery store. Question 5 (1 point) Markus is finding that it takes too long to track down all of the groceries he needs to buy from a given store. GroceryGrabbr to the rescue! The app allows Markus to input his shopping list and search for his local grocery store in GroceryGrabbr's database. If his grocery store is there, Markus is all set to go! The database stores grocery items, cost, and item location information for each grocery store. When Markus walks into the store, a notification pops up on his smartphone letting him know that Grocery Grabbr is ready to get to work. Each of Markus' grocery items is displayed one at a time, along with the aisle number and shelf location. After Markus grabs his items off the shelf, he hits a button on the app to navigate to the next item. The list of items is arranged so that Markus follows the most efficient path through the grocery store. When Markus finishes shopping, the total amount of money his groceries cost is displayed, which allows him to double check the total cost with the cashier. Grocery Grabbr pays grocery stores a small amount of money for each user who successfully uses the app and checks out of the store with over one hundred dollars worth of groceries. Which of the following is the most likely data privacy concern for Grocery Grabbr users? a a Ob A user's grocery list is stored. A user is able to look up grocery stores stored in a database. A user needs to have their smartphone on while grocery shopping to use the app. A user's location is always being tracked. C Od Question 6 (1 point) Snappy is a crowdsourcing app designed with the purpose of making the world a happier place. The app collects bmit of onny Momentall Dhotos are tocand with the loantion bov mora tolon Loara MAY 4 B. o Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks Profiles Tab Window Help Q %48 0 Tue 21:29 E OO MInbox - se ? Rapididenix > Quiz: AP X Acids and X Exit ticket ? SCBA-11 (10 x S Arrhenius S Unit Test ? S 3. Read "AX 2. "Starlig x + { ? harmonytx.schoology.com/assignment/4922491051/assessment * : Question 6 (1 point) Snappy is a crowdsourcing app designed with the purpose of making the world a happier place. The app collects photos users submit of "Happy Moments". Photos are tagged with the location where they were taken. Users have access to a map where they can zoom in to photos submitted at specific locations. A leaderboard displays the locations with the most "Happiness Moments" and the users who are the "snappiest" in each city due to the volume and rating of "Happiness Moments" they have submitted. Users can rate other "Hapiness Moments" using a limited set of emojis and can also leave comments which are moderated using machine learning in an effort to only allow positive comments, by checking each comment for common negative words learned through a training set. Which of the following data is necessary for Snappy to display "Happy Moments" for a particular city? a a Ob The user's current location. Access to photos from the user's device Photos tagged by location that are submitted by any user. Ratings for each photo. C Od Question 7(1 point) Snappy is a crowdsourcing app designed with the purpose of making the world a happier place. The app collects photos users submit of "Happy Moments". Photos are tagged with the location where they were taken. Users have access to a map where they can zoom in to photos submitted at specific locations. A leaderboard displays the locations with the most "Happiness Moments" and the users who are the "snappiest" in each city due to the volume and rating of "Happiness Moments" they have submitted. Users can rate other "Hapiness Moments" using a limited set of emojis and can also leave comments which are moderated using machine learning in an MAY 4 Ajali I 0 B.) O Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks Profiles Tab Window Help Q %48 0 Tue 21:29 E OO MInbox - se ? Rapidldent x s Quiz: AP ? Acids and X $ Exit ticket x SCBA-11 (10 x S Arrhenius S Unit Test ? S 3. Read "AX 2. "Starlig x + { ? * : harmonytx.schoology.com/assignment/4922491051/assessment ?? Photos tagged by location that are submitted by any user. Od Ratings for each photo, Question 7 (1 point) Snappy is a crowdsourcing app designed with the purpose of making the world a happier place. The app collects photos users submit of "Happy Moments". Photos are tagged with the location where they were taken. Users have access to a map where they can zoom in to photos submitted at specific locations. A leaderboard displays the locations with the most "Happiness Moments" and the users who are the "snappiest" in each city due to the volume and rating of "Happiness Moments" they have submitted. Users can rate other "Hapiness Moments" using a limited set of emojis and can also leave comments which are moderated using machine learning in an effort to only allow positive comments, by checking each comment for common negative words learned through a training set. Which of the following data is LEAST likely to be included in the rankings of users on the leaderboard? a b The number of ratings a "Happiness Moment" received. The number of comments a "Happiness Moment" received. The location of a "Happiness Moment". The number of "Happiness Moments" a user has submitted. ?? d Question 8 (1 point) Snappy is a crowdsourcing app designed with the purpose of making the world a happier place. The app collects photos users submit of "Happy Moments". Photos are tagged with the location where they were taken. Users have access to a map where they can zoom in to photos submitted at specific locations. A leaderboard displays the locations with the most "Happiness Moments" and the users who are the "snappiest" in each city due to the MAY 4 B.) O Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks Profiles Tab Window Help al Q %48 0 Tue 21:29 E OO MInbox - se ? Rapidident x > Quiz: AP ? S Acids and X S Exit ticket ? SCBA-11 (16 x S Arrhenius S Unit Test ? S 3. Read "AX 2. "Starlig x + { ? harmonytx.schoology.com/assignment/4922491051/assessment * : a Ob The number of ratings a "Happiness Moment" received. The number of comments a "Happiness Moment" received. The location of a "Happiness Moment". The number of "Happiness Moments" a user has submitted. C Od Question 8 (1 point) Snappy is a crowdsourcing app designed with the purpose of making the world a happier place. The app collects photos users submit of "Happy Moments". Photos are tagged with the location where they were taken. Users have access to a map where they can zoom in to photos submitted at specific locations. A leaderboard displays the locations with the most "Happiness Moments" and the users who are the "snappiest" in each city due to the volume and rating of "Happiness Moments" they have submitted. Users can rate other "Hapiness Moments" using a limited set of emojis and can also leave comments which are moderated using machine learning in an effort to only allow positive comments, by checking each comment for common negative words learned through a training set Which of the following may be an unintended effect of the use of Snappy? a b Users may identify other Snappy users in their own town. Large towns might look "happier" than small towns. Users can rate other "Happiness Moments" with emojis. Users are prevented from leaving negative comments. C d Question 9 (1 point) Snappy is a crowdsourcing app designed with the purpose of making the world a happier place. The app collects MAY 4 B. o Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks Profiles Tab Window Help al Q %48 0 Tue 21:29 E OO MInbox - se ? Rapidlden X > Quiz: AP ? Acids and X S Exit ticket X SCBA-11 (10 x S Arrhenius S Unit Test ? S 3. Read "AX 2. "Starlig x + { ? harmonytx.schoology.com/assignment/4922491051/assessment * : a b Users may identify other Snappy users in their own town. Large towns might look "happier" than small towns. Users can rate other "Happiness Moments" with emojis. Users are prevented from leaving negative comments. C d Question 9 (1 point) Snappy is a crowdsourcing app designed with the purpose of making the world a happier place. The app collects photos users submit of "Happy Moments". Photos are tagged with the location where they were taken. Users have access to a map where they can zoom in to photos submitted at specific locations. A leaderboard displays the locations with the most "Happiness Moments" and the users who are the "snappiest" in each city due to the volume and rating of "Happiness Moments" they have submitted. Users can rate other "Hapiness Moments" using a limited set of emojis and can also leave comments which are moderated using machine learning in an effort to only allow positive comments, by checking each comment for common negative words learned through a training set Which of the following is LEAST likely to be a benefit of Snappy? a a b Users are happier after using the app. Town can attract tourists based on the number of "Happiness Moments" tagged with that town's location. Users may not rank other user's "Happiness Moments" because they want to stay on the top of the leaderboard. Users look for "Happiness Moments" to document in their everyday lives. c Od Question 10 (1 point) Snappy is a crowdsourcing app designed with the purpose of making the world a happier place. The app collects 4 B.) o Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks Profiles Tab Window Help Q %48 0 Tue 21:29 E OO MInbox - se ? Rapidldenix s Quiz: AP ? Acids and X Exit ticket X SCBA-11 (10 x S Arrhenius S Unit Test ? S 3. Read "AX 2. "Starlig x + { ? harmonytx.schoology.com/assignment/4922491051/assessment * : ? Users may not rank other user's "Happiness Moments" because they want to stay on the top of the leaderboard. Users look for "Happiness Moments" to document in their everyday lives. d Question 10 (1 point) Snappy is a crowdsourcing app designed with the purpose of making the world a happier place. The app collects photos users submit of "Happy Moments". Photos are tagged with the location where they were taken. Users have access to a map where they can zoom in to photos submitted at specific locations. A leaderboard displays the locations with the most "Happiness Moments" and the users who are the "snappiest" in each city due to the volume and rating of "Happiness Moments" they have submitted. Users can rate other "Hapiness Moments" using a limited set of emojis and can also leave comments which are moderated using machine learning in an effort to only allow positive comments, by checking each comment for common negative words learned through a training set. Which of the following is the most likely data privacy concern for Snappy users? a b Photos uploaded to the app and tagged with location may contain identifiable information like people's faces or street names. A user's ranking on the leaderboard. Machine Learning used to moderate the comments on "Happiness Moments". Use of emojis to rate "Happiness Moments". C d Question 11 (1 point) includes a program as an integral part of its function. Can be physical (e.g. self- driving car), non-physical computing software (e.g. picture editing software), or non-physical computing concepts (e.g., e-commerce). MAY 4. A ali 1 B. o Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks Profiles Tab Window Help Q %48 0 Tue 21:29 E OO MInbox - se ? Rapidldent x > Quiz: AP X Acids and X Exit ticket x SCBA-11 (10 x S Arrhenius S Unit Test ? S 3. Read "AX 2. "Starlig x + { ? harmonytx.schoology.com/assignment/4922491051/assessment * : Question 11 (1 point) includes a program as an integral part of its function. Can be physical (e.g. self- driving car), non-physical computing software (e.g. picture editing software), or non-physical computing concepts (e.g., e-commerce). ? b Computing Innovation Personally identifiable information(PII) Phishing Keylogging a C d Question 12 (1 point) is information about an individual that identifies, links, relates, or describes them. a Malware b C Phishing Personally identifiable information(PMI) Keylogging d Question 13 (1 point) is a technique that attempts to trick user into providing personal information. That personal information can then be used to access sensitive online resources such as bank accounts and MAY 4 B., O Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks Profiles Tab Window Help Q %48 0 Tue 21:29 E OO MInbox - se ? Rapidldent x s Quiz: AP ? Acids and X $ Exit ticket x SCBA-11 (10 x S Arrhenius S Unit Test ? S 3. Read "AX 2. "Starlig x + { ? * : harmonytx.schoology.com/assignment/4922491051/assessment ?? Photos tagged by location that are submitted by any user. Od Ratings for each photo, Question 7 (1 point) Snappy is a crowdsourcing app designed with the purpose of making the world a happier place. The app collects photos users submit of "Happy Moments". Photos are tagged with the location where they were taken. Users have access to a map where they can zoom in to photos submitted at specific locations. A leaderboard displays the locations with the most "Happiness Moments" and the users who are the "snappiest" in each city due to the volume and rating of "Happiness Moments" they have submitted. Users can rate other "Hapiness Moments" using a limited set of emojis and can also leave comments which are moderated using machine learning in an effort to only allow positive comments, by checking each comment for common negative words learned through a training set. Which of the following data is LEAST likely to be included in the rankings of users on the leaderboard? a b The number of ratings a "Happiness Moment" received. The number of comments a "Happiness Moment" received. The location of a "Happiness Moment". The number of "Happiness Moments" a user has submitted. ?? d Question 8 (1 point) Snappy is a crowdsourcing app designed with the purpose of making the world a happier place. The app collects photos users submit of "Happy Moments". Photos are tagged with the location where they were taken. Users have access to a map where they can zoom in to photos submitted at specific locations. A leaderboard displays the locations with the most "Happiness Moments" and the users who are the "snappiest" in each city due to the MAY 4 B.) O Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks Profiles Tab Window Help Q %48 0 Tue 21:29 E OO MInbox - se ? Rapidldent x s Quiz: AP ? Acids and X $ Exit ticket x SCBA-11 (10 x S Arrhenius S Unit Test ? S 3. Read "AX 2. "Starlig x + { ? * : harmonytx.schoology.com/assignment/4922491051/assessment ?? Photos tagged by location that are submitted by any user. Od Ratings for each photo, Question 7 (1 point) Snappy is a crowdsourcing app designed with the purpose of making the world a happier place. The app collects photos users submit of "Happy Moments". Photos are tagged with the location where they were taken. Users have access to a map where they can zoom in to photos submitted at specific locations. A leaderboard displays the locations with the most "Happiness Moments" and the users who are the "snappiest" in each city due to the volume and rating of "Happiness Moments" they have submitted. Users can rate other "Hapiness Moments" using a limited set of emojis and can also leave comments which are moderated using machine learning in an effort to only allow positive comments, by checking each comment for common negative words learned through a training set. Which of the following data is LEAST likely to be included in the rankings of users on the leaderboard? a b The number of ratings a "Happiness Moment" received. The number of comments a "Happiness Moment" received. The location of a "Happiness Moment". The number of "Happiness Moments" a user has submitted. ?? d Question 8 (1 point) Snappy is a crowdsourcing app designed with the purpose of making the world a happier place. The app collects photos users submit of "Happy Moments". Photos are tagged with the location where they were taken. Users have access to a map where they can zoom in to photos submitted at specific locations. A leaderboard displays the locations with the most "Happiness Moments" and the users who are the "snappiest" in each city due to the MAY 4 B.) O Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks Profiles Tab Window Help Q %48 0 Tue 21:29 E OO MInbox - se ? Rapidldenix > Quiz: AP ? Acids and X SExit ticket ? SCBA-11 (10 x S Arrhenius S Unit Test ? 3. Read "AX 2. "Starlig x + { ? harmonytx.schoology.com/assignment/4922491051/assessment * : Question 13 (1 point) is a technique that attempts to trick a user into providing personal information. That personal information can then be used to access sensitive online resources, such as bank accounts and emails. a b Keylogging Rogue Access Point Encryption Phishing ? d Question 14 (1 point) is the use of a program to record every keystroke made by a computer user in order to gain fraudulent access to passwords and other confidential information. a Ob Decryption Phishing Keylogging Computing Innovation ? Od Question 15 (1 point) is software intended to damage a computing system or to take partial control over its operation MAY 4. Ajali I 0 B. o Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks Profiles Tab Window Help al Q %48 0 Tue 21:29 E OO MInbox - se ? Rapidldent x > Quiz: AP ? Acids and X S Exit ticket x SCBA-11 (10 x S Arrhenius S Unit Test ? S 3. Read "AX 2. "Starlig x + { ? harmonytx.schoology.com/assignment/4922491051/assessment * : d Computing Innovation Question 15 (1 point) is software intended to damage a computing system or to take partial control over its operation. a b Public Key Encryption Malware Encryption Keylogging C Od Question 16 (1 point) is a wireless access point that give unauthorized access to secure networks. a b Rogue Access Point Phishing Encryption Personally Identifiable Information(PII) ? d Question 17 (1 point) is a process of encoding messages to keep them secret, so only "authorized" parties can read it. MAY 4. B.) O Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks Profiles Tab Window Help Q %48 0 Tue 21:29 E OO MInbox - se ? Rapididen x > Quiz: AP ? S Acids and X SExit ticket ? SCBA-11 (10 x S Arrhenius S Unit Test ? 3. Read "AX 2. "Starlig x + { ? harmonytx.schoology.com/assignment/4922491051/assessment * : Question 17 (1 point) is a process of encoding messages to keep them secret, so only "authorized" parties can read it. a b Phishing Decryption Encryption Keylogging ? Od Question 18 (1 point) is a process that reverses encryption, taking a secret message and reproducing the original plain text. a b Public Key Encryption Decryption Computing Innovation Malware ? d Question 19 (1 point) involves one key for both encryption and decryption. amounting Anavation MAY 4 Ajali I 0 B., O Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks Profiles Tab Window Help al Q %48 0 Tue 21:29 E OO MInbox - se ? Rapididenix > Quiz: AP ? S Acids and X SExit ticket ? SCBA-11 (10 x S Arrhenius S Unit Test ? S 3. Read "AX 2. "Starlig x + { ? harmonytx.schoology.com/assignment/4922491051/assessment * : Question 19 (1 point) involves one key for both encryption and decryption. ? b Computing Innovation Symmetric key encryption Public Key Encryption Phishing C Od Question 20 (1 point) pairs a public key for encryption and a private key for decryption. The sender does not need the receiver's private key to encrypt a message, but the receiver's private key is required to decrypt the message. a b Personally identifiable Information(PMI) Assymetric Encryption Computing Innovation Public Key Encryption ? Od Submit Saved at 2:46 pm MAY 4. B., O

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