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The email application used by jim’s office is sending emails with viruses attached to them to user’s computers. what step should jim try first to resolve the issue? downgrade the email software to an older, previous version buy a newer email program and migrate the office computers to that program switch from open source software to proprietary software check for and install patches or software updates

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Answer: c. internet of things.

Explanation:
The technology that combines with the 5G capabilities which was used in the monitoring of the shopping trends is the Internet of Things.
- Internet of Things (IoT) simply means when there are interrelated, and internet-connected objects which collects and transfers data without human intervention through a wireless network or makes use of sensors.
- This is being used by the retailer in the example given to monitor the shopping trends. In conclusion, the correct option is Internet of Things.
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The correct answer to the following question will be "Auto-encoder".

Explanation:

It is indeed a form of artificial neural net that utilizes in an unmonitored way to practice successful information coding.

The objective of such an auto-encoder seems to be to acquire a specification (encoding) for a collection of information, usually for reducing degrees of freedom, by teaching the channel to overlook the "noise" message.Learn a few things of endogenous model representation and then use it to recreate the object.
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When one encounters another vessel and assess the situation and believes that you are the stand-on vessel, You should still maintain your course unless the give-away vessel or vessel you have encountered is not taking appropriate actions, what you should do is, you should take action and move away from the vessel, do not go toward the vessel nor pass in front of it.
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A code in C++ follows:

Explanation:

#include<iostream>

using namespace std;

int calculate_area(int width, int length)

{

int area;

area=width*length;

return area;

}

int main()

{

int a,b,ar,c,d,ar1,n;

cout<<"\nEnter length of room:";

cin>>a;

cout<<"\nEnter width of room:";

cin>>b;

ar=calculate_area(a,b);

cout<<"\nArea of room:"<<ar<<" units";

cout<<"\nEnter length of mat:";

cin>>c;

cout<<"\nEnter width of mat:";

cin>>d;

ar1=calculate_area(c,d);

n=ar/ar1;

cout<<"\nNumber of mats required are:"<<n;

return 0;

}


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boolean rsvp;

int selection;

String option1;

String option2;

(a) if(rsvp){

System.out.println("Attending");

} else {

System.out.println("Not attending");

}

(b) if (selection == 1){

System.out.println("Beef");

} else if (selection == 2){

System.out.println("Chicken");

} else if (selection == 3) {

System.out.println("Pasta");

} else {

System.out.println("Fish");

}

(c) switch(selection){

case 1:

if(rsvp){

option1 = "Thanks for attending. You will be served beef.";

} else{

option1 = "Sorry you can't make it";

}

break;

case 2:

if(rsvp){

option1 = "Thanks for attending. You will be served chicken.";

} else{

option1 = "Sorry you can't make it";

}

break;

case 3:

if(rsvp){

option1 = "Thanks for attending. You will be served pasta.";

} else{

option1 = "Sorry you can't make it";

}

break;

default:

if(rsvp){

option1 = "Thanks for attending. You will be served fish.";

} else{

option1 = "Sorry you can't make it";

}

break;

}

(d) if (option1 == option2){

System.out.println("True");

} else {

System.out.println("False");

}

Explanation:

This code snippet is written in Java.

a) Uses if statement to print "attending" if rsvp is true and "not attending" if rsvp is false.

b) Uses if-else statement to print the variety of food based on user selection. If selection is 1, it print beef. If selection is 2, it print chicken. If selection is 3, it prints pasta else it print fish for any other value of selection.

c) Uses switch statement to determine the value of selection and then uses inner if statement to assign "Thanks for attending. You will be served beef." if rsvp is true to option1. The value of beef changes depending on the value of selection. If rsvp is false, then "Sorry you can't make it." is assigned to option1.

d) Uses if statement to print true if option1 and option2 are equal else it print false.

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def get_word(sentence, n):

# Only proceed if n is positive

   if n > 0:

       words = sentence.split()

# Only proceed if n is not more than the number of words

       if n <= len(words):

           return words[n-1]

   return (" ")

print(get_word("This is a lesson about lists", 4)) # Should print: lesson

print(get_word("This is a lesson about lists", -4)) # Nothing

print(get_word("Now we are cooking!", 1)) # Should print: Now

print(get_word("Now we are cooking!", 5)) # Nothing

Explanation:

Added parts are highlighted.

If n is greater than 0, split the given sentence using split method and set it to the words.

If n is not more than the number of words, return the (n-1)th index of the words. Since the index starts at 0, (n-1)th index corresponds to the nth word

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Answer options:
a. Cleaning a data visualization to remove unwanted patterns.
b. Iteratively creating visualizations to ask and answer new questions.
c. Cleaning data to remove inconsistencies.
d. Filtering the data to look at the responses from only certain groups.

Answer: is correct d. Filtering the data to look at the responses from only certain groups.
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Question:

When multiple team members are working on a related feature, how often should they integrate their work

Select only one answer.

A) Do the integration midway through the iteration.

B) After they reach a logical end of creating the functionality.

C) In a scheduled daily (or multiple times in a day) frequency.

D) In a scheduled weekly (or multiple times in a week) frequency.

The best option is D.

Explanation:

Multiple integrations per day may become too cumbersome. Leaving the various parts of the project until a logical end for a functionality has been reached may create room for a lot of errors thus resulting in time wasted.

To ensure regular course correction (if required), twice a week would suffice.

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