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Repaso para el Examen
El siguiente repaso sera de utilidad para el estudiante de redes convergentes y se espera que alcance un nivel básico de ellas.
1) ¿Para que fue ideado Enrutamiento Jerárquico? : El enrutamiento jerárquico fue ideado para reducir los requisitos de memoria de las simulaciones de topologías muy grandes.
2) Define el funcionamiento Enrutamiento por Estado de Aislamiento : 1.- Determinar los vecinos de cada nodo:Lo primero que debe hacer un router al activarse es averiguar quiénes son sus vecinos. 2.- Cálculo del coste a los vecinos: 3.- Elaboración de paquete de estado de enlace: Para medir el retardo a cada nodo, el router manda un paquete especial ECHO a través de la línea el cual debe volver a su origen.
3) Menciona las características de Enrutamiento por Estado de Aislamiento : Se caracterizan por la sencillez del método que utilizan para adaptarse al estado cambiante de la red. Su respuesta a los cambios de tráfico o de topología se obtiene a partir de la información propia y local de cada nodo. Un caso típico es el encaminamiento “por inundación” cuyo mecanismo consiste en reenviar cada paquete recibido con destino a otros nodos, por todos los enlaces excepto por el que llegó.
4) ¿Que es Ruteo Distribuido? : es la función de buscar un camino entre todos los posibles en una red de paquetes cuyas topologías poseen una gran conectividad. este tipo de Enrutamiento todos los nodos son iguales, todos envían y reciben información de control y todos calculan, a partir de su RIB
5) Caracteristicas del Ruteo Distribuido : -Son los más utilizados. -todos los nodos son iguales -todos envían y reciben información de control -todos calculan, a partir de su RIB sus tablas de encaminamiento. -Hay dos familias de procedimientos distribuidos: -Vector de distancias. -Estado de enlaces.

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Exam 2
Zoology
1) What are the two method of reproduction? : Asexual & Sexual
2) What is binary fission? : When a parent divides by mitosis into two parts.

Created on February 23, 2017 by
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Jessica Cary
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Social Studies Flash Cards Study Chapter 7
Learn about social studies in Chapter 7
1) Baltimore : a major seaport in Maryland located on the Chesapeake Bay.
2) Charles Town : a city in the Southeastern South Carolina a major port on the Atlantic Ocean.
3) Norfolk : a city in the southeastern Virginia; located on the Elizabeth River.
4) Savannah : The oldest city in Georgia; located on the Savannah River; also part or General Sherman's March to the sea during the Civil War
5) Wilmington : a city in southeastern North Carolina; was an important shipping center for forest goods during the colonial period.

Created on February 22, 2017 by
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Maya EID
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Chapter 13 Vocab
Latin
1) I open : aperiō, aperire, aperui, apertum
2) I finish : conficiō, conficere, confecī, confectum
3) I carry, wear : gerō, gerere,gessī, gestum
4) I perish, die : pereō, perīre, periī, peritum
5) I stand : stō, stare, stetī, statum

Created on February 21, 2017 by
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Jaurdyn Gilliss
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la familia
flashcards for learning the names of the family
1) girlfriend : novia
2) father/mother : padre/madre
3) son/daughter : hermano/hermana hijo/hija
4) brother/sister : hermano/hermana
5) cousin(boy)/(girl) : primo/prima

Created on February 21, 2017 by
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Noah Sanchez
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ar verbs

1) contestar : answer
2) nadar : swim
3) patinar : scate
4) navegar : navigate
5) bibujar : draw

Created on February 21, 2017 by
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Noah Sanchez
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Comm Theory Exam 1

1) theory : an intelligible explanation based on observation and reasoning
2) what is the etymology of theory : Greek verb theoréo: To behold, "to look at", and to contemplate
3) Contemporary : Systematic summary about the nature of the communication process
4) Distance + Thought= : Theory
5) Scholarly theories function to : 1. Specify concepts 2. Clarify observations 3. Predict behaviors 4.Personal/social change

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Courtney Wilson
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Chapter 6

1) Which of the following is also known as microscopic anatomy? : histology
2) The basic unit of all living things is: : cells
3) Unfavorable conditions for mitosis include: : toxins, disease, injury
4) The chemical process in living organisms whereby cells are nourished and carry out their activities is: : metabolism
5) The tissue that binds together, protects, and supports parts of the body is: : connective tissue

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Chapter 7

1) The medical branch of science that deals with the study of the skin, its functions and diseases, is: : dermatology
2) The largest organ of the human body is the: : skin
3) The surface of healthy skin is slightly: : Acidic
4) All of the following are appendages of the skin EXCEPT: : Pineal gland
5) Continued pressure on any part of the skin causes it to thicken and develop into a(n): : callus

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Rebecca Leonard
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history

1) In Japan, the reign of Emperor Meiji form 1868-1912 which was marked by rapid modernization and industrialization.I : Meiji Restoration
2) The absorption of a culture into the prevailing culture : Assimilation
3) (1900) Chinese conflict to expel all foreign control. : Boxer rebellion
4) The system of governing a country as a father would child. : Paternalistic
5) the meeting of European countries to establish ground rules for acquiring land in Africa : Berlin Conference

Created on February 16, 2017 by
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BIO Exam 2

1) Microscope Types : Light/compound, electron (scanning bounce off surface & transmission goes thru)
2) Prokaryotic cells : no nucleus, no membrane bound organelles, archaea & bacteria, have ribosomes, outer cell wall
3) Eukaryotic cells : membrane bound organelles, nucleus, complex, cytoskeleton
4) Organelles : nucleus, mitochondria( attached to cytoskeleton, have specific functions),
5) Ribosomes : outside nucleus where protein synthesis takes place, large RNA-protein complexes, messenger RNA carries coding info from DNA, transfer RNA carries amino acids

Created on February 14, 2017 by
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Candice LaRose
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