KROENKE_PRACTEST1_F07_WO_ANS

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Please PRINT your name: _____________________________________Seat_____ MIS 3321 PRACTICE TEST 1 DUE NEXT CLASS PEERIOD 5 MIN. AFTER CLASS STARTS. Kroenke Chapters 1 - 3, class instruction, and project techniques Dr. William H. Friedman INSTRUCTIONS: All answers must reflect what you were taught in this class. This set of questions is designed solely to give you an idea of the question format I will use and the scope of the test. Some question(s) might appear in the actual test verbatim . The real test may have more questions than appear here. Use very legible numbers or printing to answer. Print your name on all sheets. Keep a copy of these questions and answers from which to study. You can get this from my website. Try to imagine similar questions that might be used on the real test. [FROM THE TEXTBOOK] Write out the full word as appropriate for the answer: TRUE or FALSE 1. As a potential business professional it is likely that you would be involved in specifying the information requirements for a new system. 2. Magnetic and optical disks are considered to be volatile memory. 3. The most frequently used data in the running of a program are stored in cache memory. 4. General Motors developed a system called OnStar so that car drivers could easily get help in emergency situations. This would be an example of an information system being used to differentiate a product. MULTIPLE CHOICE: PRINT THE CORRECT LETTERS ON THIS BLANKS
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