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ITE 100 MCQ 1 (1)

An tests the data in two or more associated fields to

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20.A(n) ____ tests the data in two or more associated fields to ensure that the relationship is logical and reasonable. (For example, your graduation date cannot be before your birth date) a. range check c. consistency check b. completeness check d. alphabetic/numeric check 21.A(n) ____ verifies that a required field contains data such as a credit card number. 22.A check digit is a number or character that is appended to a primary key value. If the primary key is 913457 the two check digits would be _____ and the new primary key would be ________ (Page 523 of textbook)
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23. A major weakness of older file processing systems is that ____. 24.A(n) ____ program interacts with a DBMS, which in turn interacts with the database. a. before image c. after image b. front-end d. back-end 25.When compared with a file processing system, a database offers all of the following except ____. 26.A DBMS uses the ____ to perform validation checks. 27.Commonly used methods to retrieve and maintain data include all of the following except ____. 28.Although a query language can be used for other purposes, most users usually ____ data from the database. a. retrieve c. change b. add d. delete
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29.A personal trainer with ____ privileges to the e-mail addresses in a fitness club database could view the customer addresses but could not change them.
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