AIS Example Test2

AIS Example Test2 - KELANA JAYA STUDY CENTRE 18-5 PLAZA...

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KELANA JAYA STUDY CENTRE 18-5 PLAZA CCL, JALAN PERBANDARAN SS6/12 KELANA JAYA URBAN CENTRE 47301 KELANA JAYA BACHELOR OF ACCOUNTING MID-TERM EXAMINATION SEMESTER-JANUARY 2006 COURSE TITLE : ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM COURSE CODE : AAB2013 DATE/DAY : 22 nd March 2006 / Wednesday TIME : 1.00 pm till 3.00 pm DURATION : 2 HOURS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES 1. Do not open this Question Booklet until you are told to do so. 2. Read the instructions carefully before you attempt any question. 3. Please answer your question in the OMR answer sheet. (This Question Paper consists of 16 Printed Pages)
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AAB2013- Accounting Information System CONFIDENTIAL Mid-Term Examination- January 2006 2 ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS 1. A set of two or more interrelated components that interact to achieve a goal is: a) A system b) An accounting information system c) Data d) Mandatory information 2. This results when a subsystem achieves its goals while contributing to the organization's overall goal. a) Goal conflict b) Goal congruence c) Value of information d) Systems congruence 3. Goal conflict may result when a) A decision or action of a subsystem is inconsistent with the system as a whole. b) A subsystem achieves its goals while contributing to the organization's overall goal. c) Duplicate recording, storage and processes are eliminated. d) The data exceeds the amount the human mind can absorb and process. 4. The primary consideration when producing this type of information is that its benefits exceeds its costs. a) Discretionary information b) Essential information c) Mandatory information d) Value of information
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AAB2013- Accounting Information System CONFIDENTIAL Mid-Term Examination- January 2006 3 5. An AIS is a system of six interrelated components that interact to achieve a goal. One of these components, which includes both manual and automated activities that involve collecting, processing, and storing data, is known as a) Information or data b) Procedures and instructions c) Software d) Information technology infrastructure 6. An accounting information system must be able to perform which of the following tasks? a) collect transaction data b) process transaction data c) provide adequate controls d) all of the above 7. Which of the following is not an example of a common activity in an AIS? a) buy and pay for goods and services b) sell goods and services and collect cash c) summarize and report results to interested parties d) recording of sales calls for marketing purposes 8. The objective of the majority of organizations is to provide value to their customers. The activities that support such an objective can be conceptualized as forming a value chain. Within this value chain, logistics plays an important role. Logistics is both inbound and outbound in nature. An example of inbound logistics would consist of a) the activities that transform inputs into final products or services. b) the activities that help customers to buy the organization's products or
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