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Course Number: ATKINSON ADMS 2511, Fall 2011

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Most recent update: Ingrid Splettstoesser, August 10, 6 pm [note tracked changes] AP/ADMS 2511 - Management Information Systems, FINAL EXAMINATION, August 10, 2011 Answer Guide Question 1 (MediHelp) A) In addition to helping doctors decide whether a patient needs MRI testing, provide two other advantages of the MediHelp expert system. (2 marks) Doctors can be more productive with the help of the ES, increase...

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AP/ADMS 2511 Final Examination August 10, 2011 Page 1Student Number: _ Name: _YORK UNIVERSITYFACULTY OF LIBERAL ARTS AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIESSchool of Administrative StudiesAP/ADMS 2511 - Management Information SystemsFINAL EXAMINATIONAugust 10, 20
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2511Chapter 1MIS (management information systems) deal with the planning for - and development,management, and use of - information technology tools to help people perform all of thetasks related to information processing and management.IT (informati
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CHAPTER 6: E-BUSINESS AND E-COMMERCEE-commerce provides to important advantages to companies: Increases reach (potential customers to whom the product can be sold to) Removes barriers that normally prevent entrepreneurs from startingo Small businesses
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CHAPTER 7: WIRELESS, MOBILE COMPUTING, AND MOBILE COMMERCEWireless term that is used to describe telecommunications in which electromagnetic waves,rather than some form of wire or cable, carry the signal between communicating devices(different than mob
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CHAPTER 8: ORGANIZATIONAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS8.1 Transaction Processing SystemsTransaction any business event that generates data worthy of being captured and stored in adatabase (product manufactured, person hired, check generated)Transaction Process
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CHAPTER 9: CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT9.1 Defining Customer Relationship ManagementCustomer relationship management rather than marketing to mass groups, businesses market toeach customer individually (can use information)Achieves customer intima
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CHAPTER 10: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENTCompanies can be more effective by relying on other companies to supply goods rather thanowning it themselves (therefore increasing the number of suppliers)Businesses should be tightly integrated with its suppliers, p
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CHAPTER 11: MANAGERIAL SUPPORT SYSTEMSBusiness intelligence (BI) applications enable decision makers to quickly ascertain the status ofa business enterprise by looking at key performance indicators (more current, timely, andaccurate info)11.1 Managers
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CHAPTER 12: ACQUIRING INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS12.1 Information Technology Project ManagementProjects short-term efforts to create a specific business-related outcomeIS project management a directed effort to plan, organize, and manage resou
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AP/ADMS 2511 Management Information Systems Practice Final ExamAnswer guideQuestion 1 (BLOSS)A) Describe analytical CRM and explain how BLOSS could use it. (3 marks)Feedback: Analytical CRM, p. 273Suggested Solution:- Analytical CRM systems analyze
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AP/ADMS 2511 Management Information Systems Practice Final ExamTHREE HOURS IN LENGTHQuestion1234Totals:Marks303010575Time Available (Minutes)72722412180 (three hours)Question 1 (30 marks 72 minutes)BLOSS is a retailer of jeans and cas
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TECHNOLOGY GUIDE 2: COMPUTER SOFTWARESoftware is something that no matter what you are doing, you will be using in one form oranother.TG2.1 Significance of SoftwareSoftware instructions given to the computer hardware (today, more emphasis is placed on
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CH 202 030 FarnsworthFall 2010VSP 3 FenimoreResponse to Weekly Very Short PaperRene Decartes argued that a humans soul is essence oftheir being and it is the distinguishing characteristic thatseparates the mind from the body. Furthermore, it is the
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CH 202 030 FarnsworthFall 2010VSP 4 FenimoreResponse to Weekly Very Short PaperMary Shelleys Frankenstein parallels similar some conceptsfrom the writings of John Locke and Jean-Jacques Rousseau,through her depictions of Victor Frankensteins monster
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caused him to realize he was different, and as a result, hislack of education was the root cause of his alienation fromsociety.In a similar ideal to John Lockes An essay on HumanUnderstanding, the monster is born good and without innateknowledge and
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clone-like and machine made engineered society which Coketown isbecoming.Describing her classroom discussion of &quot;Natural [National]Prosperity&quot; to Louisa Gradgrind, Sissy Jupe criticizes JeremyBentham's &quot;utilitarianism,&quot; the statistical, mathematicala
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Week 3 DQ 1 Answer the following in no less than 150 words. 1. 2. 3. 4. How do you factor the difference of two squares? How do you factor the perfect square trinomial? How do you factor the sum and difference of two cubes? Which of these three makes the
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Week 5 DQ 2 1. What role do radical numbers play in your current or future profession? 2. Provide a specific example and relate your discussion to your classroom learning this week.RESPONSE 1 When I first read over this question, I didn't know how radica
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Week 6 DQ 1 1. How is the concept of direct variation used in everyday life? 2. Provide an example. 3. How is the concept of inverse variation used in everyday life? 4. Provide an example. 5. How is the concept of join variation used in everyday life? 6.
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Week 6 DQ 2 1. Other than those listed in the text, how might the Pythagorean theorem be used in everyday life? 2. Provide examples of each. RESPONSE 1 1. Other than those listed in the text, how might the Pythagorean theorem be used in everyday life? Wel
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Week 6 DQ 3 1) Explain the zero-product property. 2) Explain how to solve a quadratic using the zero-product property and illustrate your explanation with an example. (Meaning example the steps and show the mathematical steps) 3) Provide an example for yo
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