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Systems Analysis and Design, 6 th Edition Chapter 4f6eddbbd05a11ef76cfc915a1d21f00b0b57bcc.doc Page 1 of 1 Name _________________________ Date ___________ Instructions: Circle T if the statement is true or F if the statement is false. T F 1. The deliverable, or end product of the systems analysis phase, is a working prototype that is ready for testing. T F 2. JAD is a popular fact-finding technique that brings users into the development process as active participants. T F 3. The JAD approach is a relatively inexpensive approach, and easily handles large groups, even for small projects. T F 4. The construction phase using a RAD technique focuses on program and application development. T F 5. One disadvantage to RAD is that it stresses the mechanics of the system
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Unformatted text preview: itself, and does not emphasize a company’s strategic business needs. T F 6. The primary advantage to RAD is that systems can be developed more quickly with significant cost savings. T F 7. A functional decomposition diagram is a time-based representation of a business process. T F 8. Both direct and indirect costs contribute to the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). T F 9. When performing an interview, it is best to ask leading questions to help the person feel more comfortable, and make the interview flow better. T F 10. The process of listening to verbal communications and noticing nonverbal communications during an interview is called engaged listening....
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2011 for the course ECON 2301 taught by Professor Econmaster during the Spring '11 term at Dallas Colleges.

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