9547. Fact
Wherever a person is standing in the state of Michigan in the United States, they are within 85 miles of one of the Great Lakes

9548. Fact
The 1932 Olympics in Los Angeles was the first time the three-level winner's stand was used for the medal ceremony.

9549. Fact
Baseball was the first sport to be pictured on the cover of Sports Illustrated

9550. Fact
Bunny rabbits poop almost every time they hop around in a newly-explored area.

9551. Fact
An ounce of gold can be stretched into a wire 50 miles long.

9552. Also known as
Original name : walter scott
Also known as : wizard of the north

9553. Fact
If you chew a cabbage/lettuce leaf properly, you'll lose more energy than you'll gain from actually eating it.

9554. Also known as
Original name : vallabhbhai patel
Also known as : iron man of india, bismarck of india.

9555. Fact
To make one pound of butter, 29 cups of milk are needed

9556. Fact
An olive tree can live up to 1,500 years.

9557. Fact
The word nerd was first coined by Dr. Suess in the book If I Ran to the Zoo.

9558. Fact
Michael Jordan has more money from Nike annually than all of the Nike factory workers in Malaysia combined.

9559. Fact
For people that are lactose intolerant, chocolate aids in helping milk digest easier

9560. Fact
The cartoon character Popeye was actually based on a real person named Frank Rocky Fiegel who was a tough guy who was quite similar to Popeye physically

9561. Fact
The Ice Cream cone was invented in the summer of 1904 by Charles Menches. It made its debut one year later at the St. Louis World Fair

9562. Fact
It is impossible to sneeze and keep your eyes open at the same time.

9563. Fact
A new book is published every 13 minutes in America.

9564. Fact
Charles Darwin spent 39 years studying earthworms

9565. Fact
The laundry detergent Tide, has a market share of about forty percent market

9566. Fact
It would take about fourteen and half million notes of currency to build a mile high stack

9567. Fact
The total number of episodes for the sitcom I Love Lucy was 180

9568. Also known as
Original name : thomas cook
Also known as : father of modern tourism

9569. Fact
In Kentucky, it is illegal to carry ice cream in your back pocket

9570. Fact
Is bottled water worth it? 'Evian'spelled backwards is 'naive'.

9571. Fact
The amount of drag or air resistance produced by putting your bicycle on top of your car is so great that on a trip from England to Scotland it would be cheaper to send it by train because of the fuel consumption to overcome the drag.

9572. Fact
Time magazine's Man of the Year for 1938 was Adolf Hitler.

9573. Fact
New Hampshire's license plates are stamped with the motto Live Free Or Die. They are made by prison inmates.

9574. Fact
There are approximately 9,000 taste buds on the tongue

9575. Also known as
Original name : st. nicholas
Also known as : santa claus

9576. Also known as
Original name : t.t. krishnamachari
Also known as : t.t.k.'

9577. Fact
The first percussion instrument introduced to an orchestra was the kettledrums, then called the timpani, in the 1600s.

9578. Fact
When Heinz ketchup leaves the bottle, it travels at a rate of 25 milesper year.

9579. Fact
The fleshy bulbs on each side of your nose are called the Alea (AY-lee) singular Ala (AY-luh)

9580. Fact
The citrus soda 7-UP was created in 1929; '7' was selected because the original containers were 7 ounces. 'UP' indicated the direction of the bubbles

9581. Fact
Flu shots only work about 70% of the time

9582. Fact
The most popular first name in the world is Muhammad.

9583. Fact
American actor Jack Nicholson, and American singer Bobby Darrin were raised believing their grandmothers were their mothers and their mothers were their older sisters

9584. Fact
The world's longest name is: Adolph Blaine Charles David Earl Frederick Gerald Hubert Irvin John Kenneth Lloyd Martin Nero Oliver

9585. Fact
Women are four times more likely to have foot problems than men

9586. Fact
The way that prostitutes got the nickname Hooker was because of a general of the Civil War. General Hooker would keep a number of prostitutes to follow his army and keep his men's moral up. The prostitutes were referred to as Hooker's brigade.

9587. Fact
Common pesticides such as roach, termite and flea insecticide can be found in the bodies of majority of Americans

9588. Fact
The Lemon shark grows about 24,000 new teeth a year. A new set of teeth grow approximately every 14 days

9589. Fact
Sharks can sense a drop of blood from a mile away

9590. Fact
The only countries in the world with one syllable in their names are Chad, France, Greece, and Spain.

9591. Fact
In the Middle Ages, peacocks and swans were sometimes served at Christmas dinners

9592. Fact
The magnetic North Pole shifts by about 7 meters a day.

9593. Fact
If the information contained in the DNA could be written down, it would fill a 1000 volume encyclopedia.

9594. Fact
Dry cereal for breakfast was invented by John Henry Kellogg at the turn of the century

9595. Fact
A crocodile cannot stick its tongue out

9596. Fact
Neck ties were first worn in Croatia.



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    Testing and Tidying

    It is important once you have finished a task to ensure that the result meets the intended purpose and that no unwanted side effects have arisen. For example, if you have installed a sound card you should test that it is fully functional all functions such as midi, joystick, line in, speaker and microphone and that the installation has not affected any other components. It is possible that the installation of a sound card could affect other devices such as an internal modem.
    The tests to be carried out will depend on the task carried out. For example, if you are building a complete computer system from scratch then the tests will be quite extensive and cover all the features and components of the system. Other tasks, such as upgrading the memory, will require less testing and be less likely to affect other components. Testing is covered in more detail in later sections when dealing with particular devices, for example printers.
    The final part of carrying out a practical task is to tidy the work area and consider any health and safety risks. The workplace should be left tidy and clean, ready for future use. All tools should be returned to their proper location toolbox, cupboard, etc. and old components should be removed and disposed of, if appropriate.
    Note This tidying only applies to the technicians own equipment and waste. A technician should never tidy or reorganise a customers work area to please themselves.

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