Consider the following items a red volkswagon beetle

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25. Consider the following items: a red Volkswagon Beetle belonging to Cheryl VanBuren a red Corvette belonging to Walter Cherrington a blue Z71 pickup truck belonging to Jim Joseph a green Volkswagon Beetle belonging to Amy Patrick a red Corvette belonging to Chris Wolverine a blue Z71 pickup truck belonging to Mary Craig To represent these items in a conceptual model at the type level, which symbol is most appropriate? A) Car B) Vehicle C) Name D) Color E) Amy Patrick Ans: B 26. Patterns are used to 27. Which of the following objects belongs in an object pattern for an elementary school located in Minnesota? Dunn/Cherrington/Hollander, Enterprise Information Systems: A Pattern Based Approach, 3e 5
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Chapter 2, Representation and Patterns: An Introduction to the REA Enterprise Ontology 28. When pattern matching is used for problem solving in facing what looks like a new problem A) A new solution is applied to the old problem without any adaptation of the new solution. B) An old solution is applied to the new problem without any adaptation of the old solution. C) A new solution is applied to the old problem, adapting the solution for anything that is different in the old situation. D) An old solution is applied to the new problem, adapting the solution for anything that is different in the new situation. E) It is like re-inventing the wheel every time a new problem is solved. Ans: D 29. The “R” in REA enterprise modeling stands for 30. The “E” in REA enterprise modeling stands for A) Entity B) Entrepreneur C) Exchange D) Enterprise E) Event Ans: E 31. The “A” in REA enterprise modeling stands for Dunn/Cherrington/Hollander, Enterprise Information Systems: A Pattern Based Approach, 3e 6
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