MTExampleBC11 - Part I: [40] Each Question is worth 2 point...

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Part I: [40] Each Question is worth 2 point 1. ________ are raw facts that are not organized to convey any specific meaning. a. Data b. Input c. Knowledge d. Information 2. In CBIS, _____ is a set of policies, methods and rules for using CBIS. a. Hardware b. Software c. Procedures d. Networks 3. An information system consists of: 1) input; 2) processing; 3) output; 4) feedback a. 1) and 3) b. 2) and 3) c. 1), 2), and 3) d. 1), 2), 3), and 4) 4. The list of the names of the students in alphabetic order who received marks higher than 80 is the example of: a. Data b. Information c. Input d. Knowledge 5. In an organizational database social insurance number of an employee is considered as a. Alphanumeric data b. Numeric data c. Image data d. Audio data 6. Machine cycle consists of the following steps: 1) search; 2) fetch; 3) decode; 4) execute; 5) transfer; 6) store. a. 1), 2), 3), and 4) b. 2), 3), 4), and 5) c. 2), 3), 4), and 6) d. 1), 2), 3), 4), and 5) 7. Data stored in secondary storage is retrieved based on 1) sequential data access method; 2) direct data access method; 3) indexed-sequential data access method. a. 2) b. 1) and 2)
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c. 1), 2), and 3) d. 2) and 3) 8. A computer platform is a particular configuration of 1) RAM; 2) OS; 3) hardware configuration; 4) application software a. 1), 2), and 4) b. 1) and 2) c. 2), 3), and 4) d. 2) and 3) 9. The form of process management when different parts of the program are executed at the same time is called_____. a. Multiprocessing b. Multitasking c. Multithreading d. Time-sharing 10. Open systems concept refers to a compatibility of information systems on 1) hardware level; 2) software level; 3) conceptual level a. 1) b. 2) c. 1) and 2) d. 1), 2) and 3) 11. Procedural programming languages are characterized by: 1) each statement is converted into a sequence of basic CPU instructions; 2) describe the way how to obtain output; 3)
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MTExampleBC11 - Part I: [40] Each Question is worth 2 point...

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