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Programming Logic and Design, 8e Solutions 13- Programming Logic and Design, 8th Edition Chapter 13 Review Questions 1. The detailed specification of how all the parts of a system will be implemented and coordinated is called _____. a. programming b. paraphrasing c. structuring d. system design 2. The primary purpose of good modeling techniques is to _____. 3. The UML provides standard ways to do all of the following to business systems except _____ them. 4. The UML is commonly used to model all of the following except _____. 5. The UML was intentionally designed to be _____. a. low-level, detail-oriented b. used with Visual Basic c. inexpensive d. nontechnical 6. The UML diagrams that show how a business works from the perspective of those who actually interact with the business, such as employees or customers, are _____ diagrams. 1
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Programming Logic and Design, 8e Solutions 13- 7. Which of the following would be portrayed as an extend relationship in a use case diagram for a hospital? 8. The people shown in use case diagrams are called _____. 9. One aspect of use case diagrams that makes them difficult to learn is that _____. a. they require programming experience to understand b. they use a technical vocabulary c. there is no single right answer for any case d. all of the above 10. The arithmetic association relationship between a college student and college courses would be expressed as _____. 11. In the UML, object diagrams are most similar to _____ diagrams. 12. In any given situation, you should choose the type of UML diagram that is _____.
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