ITE 100 MCQ 1 (1)

Compared with relational databases object oriented

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41.Compared with relational databases, object-oriented databases ____. a. can store more types of data c. allow programmers to reuse objects b. access data faster d. all of the above
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42.A ____ stores images, audio clips, and/or video clips such as or 43.________ is a high-performance, embeddable open source object database for Java and.NET database developers. (Chapter 10 PowerPoint lecture) 44.A disadvantage to the MOLAP (Multidimensional Online Analytical Processing) database software is that: (Chapter 10 PowerPoint lecture) 45.The primary advantage of a multidimensional database is that ____. a. it can use SQL and any other query language for any multidimensional database b. it never includes the dimension of time c. it can consolidate data much faster than a relational database d. it is object oriented 46._________ is the search for relationships and patterns in data held in large databases such as buying patterns for people who shop online using the Internet.
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47.To access data in a ____, users fill in a form on a Web page. 48.Many search engines use databases to store Web site descriptions; thus, the search engine’s home page (, for example) is the ____ to the database. 49.The DA (Data Analyst) or Data Modeler does all of the following except ____. a. decide on the proper placement of fields b. define the relationships among data c. identify users’ access privileges d. create and maintain the data dictionary 50.The DBA (Data Base Administrator) does all of the following except ____.
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