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Chap5 - Chapter 5 1 The event that causes a use case to...

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Sheet1 Page 1 Chapter 5 The event that causes a use case to begin is called a(n) _____. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. action Student Response B. trigger 100% Student Response C. hammer D. anvil E. stakeholder Score: 1/1 Each use case describes _____ function(s) in which users interact with the system. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. one Student Response B. one or more Student Response C. many 0% D. zero, one, or more E. all Score: 0/1 It is a good idea to have the users role play the use cases as a way of confirming them during the analysis phase. Student Response Value Correct Answer True 100% True Score: 1/1 In estimating size and effort using use-case points, once the use-cases and use case diagram have been created, the actors Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. incremental, average, or radical B. small, average, or large Student Response C. simple, average, or complex 100% Student Response D. discretionary, average, or urgent E. open, average, or closed Score: 1/1 An actor in a use case must be a person. Student Response Value Correct Answer False 100% False Score: 1/1
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Sheet1 Page 2 Use cases are the primary drivers for all of the UML diagramming techniques.
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