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Systems Analysis & Design, 6 th Edition Chapter 5b26c63509b82e8c67a741c662034cde411cd56d.doc Page 1 of 1 Name _________________________ Date ___________ System Analysis & Design Chapter 5 – True/False Instructions: Circle T if the statement is true or F if the statement is false. T F 1. As Internet-based systems become more popular, developers will focus on Web-based application development. T F 2. In a Web-based systems development environment, system design is influenced by compatibility issues, including existing hardware and software platforms. T F 3. A fixed fee model for outsourcing uses a set fee based on a specified level of service and user support. T F 4. A software package developed to handle information requirements for a specific type of business is called a horizontal application.
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Unformatted text preview: T F 5. The return on investment (ROI) of a project is the total value of benefits minus the total value of costs, both adjusted to reflect the point in time at which they occur. T F 6. The goal of systems design is to build a system that is effective, reliable, and maintainable. T F 7. In a parameter query, a parameter is a hard-coded value that the user cannot modify. T F 8. A default value is a value that is automatically displayed by the system, and can be accepted or modified by the user. T F 9. In Modular Design, you create individual processing components, called modules, which connect to a higher-level program or process. T F 10. System prototyping produces a rough draft, rapidly constructed working version of the proposed information system....
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