Kips IT Class 9 Chapter 12 Solutions INTRODUCTION TO INTERNET Part-A

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UnitUnit-3 Information and Communication Technology Skills
Chapter12 Introduction to Internet
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A. Multiple Choice Questions:

1. HTTP is an acronym for HyperText Transfer Protocol.

  • HyperText Transfer Protocol
  • HyperText Transcript Protocol
  • HyperTech Transfer Protocol
  • HyperTech Transcript Protocol

2. A web page is written using HTML language.

  • C++
  • Python
  • HTML
  • Java

3. A set of rules used to communicate in a network is called Protocol.

  • Hyperlink
  • Web page
  • Satellite
  • Protocol

4. A unique name given to each website is called Domain.

  • Domain
  • TCP/IP
  • Web Name
  • Title

5. Chrome and Internet Explorer are popular Web Browsers.

  • Websites
  • Search Engines
  • Web Browsers
  • Internet Service Providers

B. Fill in the Blanks:

1. Web browser is an Interface between a user and the World Wide Web.

2. Web pages are written in HTML.

3. The URL denotes the global address of the web documents and the web resources.

4. The contents of a Static web page never or rarely needs to be updated.

5. A Website can be compared with a book and Webpage with the particular page of that book.


C. Answer the Following Questions:

What is the internet? What are its applications?

Internet is a global system of interconnected computer networks that enables the users to share information and various resources with each other. It uses common communication standards and interfaces to provide the physical backbone for a number of interesting applications.

Applications of Internet are:
• Education
• E-mail
• Business
• E-commerce
• Media and Entertainment
• Social Networking
• Forum
• Health and Fitness

What do you understand by the term Web Browser? Mention some popular web browsers.

Web browser is a software that is used to view websites. It is an interface between a user and the World Wide Web.

A web browser can have a graphical user interface, e.g., Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, or can be text-based, e.g., Lynx.

The user can navigate files, folders and websites using hyperlinks. Multiple tabs and windows of the same browser can be opened.

The features and facilities offered by a web browser include downloads, bookmarks, and password management.

It also offers functions, like spell checking, search engine tool bars, tabbed browsing, advertisement filtering, HTML access keys, and pop-up blocking.

Some most popular web browsers are Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, Microsoft Internet Explorer (MSIE), OPERA, and Microsoft Edge.

What is the difference between a Website and Web page?

A website is a collection of related web pages containing images, videos, or other digital media set under the same domain name. These pages are written in Hyper Text Mark-up Language (HTML) and can be accessed via internet. A website is hosted on a web server on the World Wide Web. Each site is owned and managed by an individual, a company, or an organization.

Web page is a digital page which may contain text, hyperlink, videos, audios, images, tables, etc. It is commonly written by using HTML (Hypertext markup language) and is stored on a web server. Each webpage is identified by a unique web address called Uniform Resource Locator (URL).

Define URL. Explain its parts with the help of an example.

The Uniform Resource Locator (URL) denotes the global address of the web documents and the web resource. Internet communication is the main reason for identifying a resource on the web. The URL has two parts:

1. Protocol Identifier: It tells the internet browser what protocol needs to be followed to access the address.
2. Resource Name: It specifies the complete address of the resource on the Internet.

Example – https://www.HVUpdate.com where https is Protocol and www.HVUpdate.com is Resource Name.

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