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Chapter 6 Determining System Requirements Multiple Choice Questions 1. The impertinence characteristic of a good systems analyst is represented by which of the following statements? a. You must challenge yourself to look at the organization in new ways. b. Every fact must fit with every other fact. c. Assume anything is possible, and eliminate the infeasible. d. You should question everything. Answer : d Difficulty : Hard Reference : p. 162 2. The reframing characteristic of a good systems analyst is represented by which of the following statements? a. You must challenge yourself to look at the organization in new ways. b. Every fact must fit with every other fact. c. Assume anything is possible, and eliminate the infeasible. d. You should question everything. Answer : a Difficulty : Hard Reference : p. 162 3. The impartiality characteristic of a good systems analyst is represented by which of the following statements? a. You must challenge yourself to look at the organization in new ways. b. Your role is to find the best solution to a business problem or opportunity. c. Assume anything is possible, and eliminate the infeasible. d. You should question everything. Answer : b Difficulty : Hard Reference : p. 162 4. The primary deliverables from requirements determination include: a. sets of forms, reports, and job descriptions b. transcripts of interviews c. notes from observation and from analysis documents d. all of the above Answer : d Difficulty : Easy Reference : p. 162
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5. The term used to refer to systems development projects bogged down in an abundance of analysis work is: a. information overload b. analysis paralysis c. analysis overload d. information abundance Answer : b Difficulty : Med Reference : p. 163 6. Techniques developed to keep the analysis effort minimal, yet still effective include: a. JAD b. interviewing c. observations d. quiz sessions Answer : a Difficulty : Med Reference : p. 163 7. Traditional methods of collecting systems requirements include: a. individual interviews b. observing workers c. group interviews d. all of the above Answer : d Difficulty : Easy Reference : p. 164 8. Which of the following is a traditional method of collecting systems requirements? a. Group support systems b. Group interviews c. Joint Application Design d. Rapid Application Development Answer : b Difficulty : Med Reference : p. 164 9. Questions in interviews that have no pre-specified answers are: a. nonspecific questions b. closed-ended questions c. open-ended questions d. investigative questions Answer : c Difficulty : Med Reference : p. 166 10. One advantage of open-ended questions in an interview is: a. a significant amount of time can be devoted to each interviewee b. the interviewee is restricted to providing just a few answers c. previously unknown information can result d. they work well when the answers to the questions are well known Answer : c Difficulty : Med Reference : p. 166
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11. Questions in interviews asking those responding to choose from among a set of specified responses are: a. specific questions b. closed-ended questions c. open-ended questions d. structured questions Answer : b Difficulty : Med
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2009 for the course ISOM 4163 taught by Professor Cope during the Spring '09 term at University of Central Oklahoma.

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Test_Chapter_6_All_Questions_with_Answers - Chapter 6...

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