QUESTION OF THE WEEK: This is a general term for all forms of solid state memory that have a continuous source...
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of power and do not need to have their memory contents periodically refreshed. a. flash memory b. random access memory (RAM) c. volatile memory d. nonvolatile memory e. data repository
Were you correct? This week's answer is:
d. nonvolatile memory
Nonvolatile memory is a general term for all forms of solid state (no moving parts) memory that have a continuous source of power and do not need to have their memory contents periodically refreshed. This includes all forms of read-only memory (ROM) such as programmable read-only memory, erasable programmable read-only memory, electrically erasable programmable read-only memory, and flash memory. It also includes random access memory (RAM) that is powered with a battery.
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