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Limiting Data Search - Exercise

Perform a search by limiting data searched

Objective: Perform a search where current results are needed


This exercise is not scored. It's an opportunity for you to check your understanding of the material covered in the preceding lesson. When you are finished, click the Submit button to view the suggested results.


One of the ways of limiting data discussed in the lesson is to specify a date range, or age in weeks or months, for when the document was published or last updated. This can be important when searching for information in a field that is volatile or one in which new developments are announced frequently. Examples might be in certain scientific or medical specialties or in searching for information or opinions on a company's recent acquisitions. Even some track and field events, such as jumping or pole vaulting, can set new records on a regular basis.


In high school or college Chemistry class, you probably studied the periodic table of elements. No doubt, higher-numbered elements have been discovered or created since then.
Using Bing, search for a recent site or document displaying the periodic table and find out what the highest-numbered element is now and its number.
See if you have as good a result or better using Google, which has no date setting.
You should check several of your results to make sure that no element has a higher number.
When you are finished, click the Submit button to view the suggested results.