Money from week 15 December 11- 15

- Annual Fee

The once-a-year cost of owning a credit card. Some credit card providers offer cards with no annual fees.

- Annual Percentage Rate (APR)

The yearly interest rate charged on outstanding credit card balances.

- Credit Line

The maximum dollar amount that can be charged to a specific credit card account.
- Cash Back/Rewards

 Using a credit card with a rewards program may earn you benefits like free travel.

- Balance

An amount of money. In personal banking, balance refers to the amount of money in a savings or checking account. In credit, balance refers to the amount of money owed.

- Minimum Payment

The minimum amount of money that you are required to pay on your credit card statement each month in order to keep the account in good standing.

Ms.Kelly quiz question

Answer to Daily quiz question 
1. Which of the following can be represented in a binary state? Choose 2 answers. a. A Power Supply b. Voting on a House Bill c. A Byte of Data d. A Trend
My answer is A and C because a power supply in binary you are showing it is either on or off. While a byte of data is what it is made out of.

Submarine Cable questions

Explain how submarine cable are able to lay on the bottom of the ocean?A cable that make it journey across the ocean is typically the width of a garden hose. The cable are protected by a few layer of insulation. The cable are buried under seabed for protection. Explain the two principal ways of measuring a cable capacity?potential capacity is the total amount of capacity that would be possible if the cable's owner installed all available equipment at the ends of the cable. lit capacity is the amount of capacity that is actually running over a cable. The figure simple provides another capacity metric. Cable owner rarely purchase and install the transmission equipment to fully realize a cable's potential from day one.The number reason most cable owners don't install because the equipment is expensive. Most of the time the cable owners would upgrade their cable gradually as customer demand dictates.As of 2017 how many kilometers of cable are there?                         A.2…



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Article “What Did You *Think* They Do With Your Data?” state's right out of the gate that AccuWeather apps have been using their user personal information with a third party for a profit. The app was able to locate where the anonymized users were generally located. Even the users who said no to location-based data. Then it goes on how you use your data for free email, weather, Instagram, Facebook. The article goes on how the app kinda of did it legally but in the process still broke a couple of laws. Later in the article says how the AccuWeather app should ask if you want your location on instead of finding a loophole.

Article “For $1000, anyone can purchase online ads to track your location and app use,” says that some burglar or hacker can send you an ad for the app. Later the ad can send back we you leave the house or go somewhere new. As well as when you are on the app. The University of Washington Research states they yes it could happen but fo…

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