Chapter 4: Making DecisionsTRUE/FALSE1.Every decision you make in a computer program involves evaluating a Boolean expression.
PTS:1REF:1342.When you need to satisfy two or more criteria to initiate an event in a program, you must make sure that the second decision is made entirely independently of the first decision.
PTS:1REF:1483.Most programming languages allow you to ask two or more questions in a single comparison.
PTS:1REF:1534.When you combine ANDand ORoperators, the ORoperators take precedence, meaning their Boolean values are evaluated first.
PTS:1REF:1665.You can use parentheses to override the default order of operations.
PTS:1REF:167MULTIPLE CHOICE1.A selection with an action that is associated with each of two possible outcomes is known as a(n) ____ selection.
PTS:1REF:1342.The keyword that is NOT included in a single-alternative selection is ____.
PTS:1REF:1343.Boolean expressions are named after ____.
PTS:1REF:1344.____ operators require two operands.a.Unaryc.Binaryb.Tertiaryd.DoubleANS: C