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  • Big Data

    Question 1 of 5

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    Which of these is the largest amount of data?

    Select one of the following:

    • 7 gigabytes

    • 3 petabytes

    • 2 terabytes

    • 10 nanobytes

    Question 2 of 5

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    Was the web invented to share Big Data?

    Select one of the following:

    • Yes, physicists around the world wanted to download CERN data

    • No, Big Data is secret and cannot be shared

    • Yes, the web made it really quick to download and upload enormous files

    • No, it was invented to share small amounts of information about CERN experiments and results, not the big data itself

    Question 3 of 5

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    How does Cloud Computing help us analyze Big Data

    Select one of the following:

    • By making the first few GBs of storage free

    • By making it easy to share your data with your colleagues

    • By making available vast computing resources on demand

    • By making it accessible from your smartphone

    Question 4 of 5

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    Is there a minimum size needed to be called Big Data?

    Select one of the following:

    • Yes, it must be above a terabyte to be called Big Data

    • No, it refers to any large size which exceeds the capacity of a given domain to easily store and process it

    • Yes, if it doesn’t fit on a single modern laptop, it is Big Data

    • No, it refers to the total amount of data ever recorded in the world which is growing all the time

    Question 5 of 5

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    What is referred to as data mining?

    Select one of the following:

    • Digging in old archives to find tapes full of Big Data

    • Crushing of old disks to recover the magnetic material

    • Methods of pattern recognition within Big Data stores

    • The stockpiling of large amounts of data for later use