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1. a) The fundamental discoveries in this new science were made nearlytwenty years ago.

b) Nearlyone hundred fifty years ago there were no such things as computers - at least in the sense we are using the term now.

c) In nearlyevery paragraph, there is one idea that is more important than all the others.

d) Most scientists expect that major developments in thenearfuture will take place in electronics.

e) If the positive pole is brought nearthe negative pole, the latter attracts it.

2. a) This course of investigation will hardlysuit our purpose.

b) It is hardto imagine peaceful coexistence of nations without all-round scientific cooperation among the states.

c) He tried hardto cope with his new job.

3. a) This implies that new types of calculations and highprocessing speeds can be achieved.

b) The rapid growth of the national telephone network had by 1930 made the replacement of mechanical switches highlydesirable.

c) A neural network is a group of highlyinterconnected simple processing elements, designed to mimic the brain.

4. a) These weakly-bound electrons can move about in the crystal lattice relatively freely.

b) Invite companies to contact you for a freeconsultation.

5. a) The substrate enableseasyhandling of the microdevice through many fabrication steps.

b) Illegal data access has become easyand prevalent in wireless and general communication networks.

6. a) Most supercomputers have a very large storage capacity, as well as a very fastinput / output capability.

b) CAD programs perform drawing functions very fast.

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