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7/4/2020 System Design and Decision Making | Acrobatiq ; 1/14 UNIT SYSTEMS AND DECISIONS SUMMARY SYSTEM DESIGN AND DECISION MAKING Step 1 of 1 Question 1 of 30Question 2 of 30System development life cycle (SDLC) consists of seven stages. Thesixth stage in SDLC is .testing and maintenanceWhich of the following is not a benefit of using SDLC when implementing aninformation system program?Detailed staged processDifficulty in estimating project costAbility to monitor large projectsCorrect. The sixth stage is testing and maintenance. Back to course (/en- us/courseware/page/wgu_C724_01Sept17_inform_system_mgt_1/u5_unit_summary)
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7/4/2020 System Design and Decision Making | Acrobatiq ; 2/14 Question 3 of 30Question 4 of 30[True/False] The prototyping software development method consists of threesteps. TrueFalse What is the objective of the systems analysis stage in the waterfall method?
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7/4/2020 System Design and Decision Making | Acrobatiq ; 3/14 Question 5 of 30 Question 6 of 30 Question 7 of 30What is total cost of ownership (TCO)? is a project management technique that identifiescritical tasks and helps reduce program delays. Which of the following is a definition of a systems analysis logical model? A logical model is a type of data diagram.A logical model is an abstraction of a system.Correct. Total cost of ownership is a financial study thatcalculates the total cost of a project, including maintenanceand future license costs.
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