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  • Welcome to the fascinating world of computers. Computers play an active role in everyone's life. Think about the things you do every day. You will soon realize that computers affect you directly in many ways. Banks, restaurants, department stores, toys, games, and even automobiles use computers in some form. As the field of computers continues to grow, there will be an increased need for people familiar with computer technology: The purpose of this project is to introduce persons with little or no computer experience to the fundamental operations of computers. There are two important points to remember while completing this project. First, there is nothing to fear about computers; computers will not fall apart because of the mistakes you make. Second, it will always take a human to operate a computer. To begin, let's look at the functions of a computer. • Perform complex, lengthy arithmetic operations quickly and accurately. • Provide activities for entertainment and education. • Remember and retrieve information. • Make judgments for us by comparing stored facts. • Sort data into meaningful information and statistics. • Instantly balance checkbooks or inventory. • Save busineses and individuals time, money, and space.
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  • This publication was adapted by Alan Snider, Extension specialist, 4-H—Youth; Tim Cross, Extension computer coordinator, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Oregon State University; and the Mechanical Science Development Committee from 4-H Leader's Guide for 4-H Computer Project I and II, University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service.
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