IM341-SampleTest1-F03-VGH-CH1-2-3-4

IM341-SampleTest1-F03-VGH-CH1-2-3-4 - IM341 – Business...

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Unformatted text preview: IM341 – Business Systems Analysis Sample Test 1 Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 1. The process of developing and maintaining an information system best describes: a. joint application design. b. prototyping. c. information systems analysis and design. d. information technology infrastructure development. e. systems implementation. 2. The organizational role most responsible for the analysis and design of information systems best describes: a. business manager. b. systems analyst. c. chief information officer. d. database analyst. e. network administrator. 3. Software designed to support the payroll function would best be classified as: a. application software. b. system software. c. design software. d. analysis software. e. a decision support system. 4. An information system includes each of the following except : a. application software. b. culture. c. documentation and training materials. d. specific job roles associated with the overall system. e. controls. 5. Your primary responsibility as a systems analyst concerns: a. people. b. hardware. c. application software development. d. controls. e. documentation and training materials. 6. A sequence of step-by-step approaches that help develop the information system best describes: a. techniques. b. tools. c. methodologies. d. data flows. e. flow charts. 7. The particular processes that an analyst will follow to help ensure that his work is complete, well-done, and understood by project team members best defines: a. techniques. b. tools. c. methodologies. d. data flows. e. flow charts. 8. A group of interrelated procedures used for a business function, with an identifiable boundary, working together for some purpose, best defines: a. environment. b. system component. c. constraint. d. interface. e. system. 9. Which of the following is not a system characteristic? a. Interface b. Boundary c. Input d. Scope e. Output 10. Dependence of one part of the system on one or more other system parts best describes: a. interrelated components. b. boundary. c. component. d. dependency. e. cohesion. 11. The line that marks the inside and outside of the system that sets off the system from its environment, best defines: a. delineation mark. b. boundary. c. scope. d. interface. e. analysis area. 12. The overall goal or function of a system best defines: a. purpose. b. goal. c. objective. d. scope. e. mission. 13. The environment of a state university would not include: a. prospective students. b. the legislature. c. the president’s office. d. the news media. e. a foundation. 14. The point of contact where a system meets its environment or where subsystems meet each other best describes: a. boundary points. b. interfaces. c. contact points....
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2012 for the course BIOINFO, B SHES1202 taught by Professor Idonotknow during the Spring '11 term at University of Malaya.

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