var cars = ["Saab", "Volvo", "BMW"];
What is the value of cars[1]?
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Volvo
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An array has an
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Data that outlives the lifespa
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Interests are the specific items or terms you actually negotiate and are generally the first thing that we think
of when we anticipate negotiating.
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The best possible outco
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JavaScript is based off what programming language?
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D
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Customer Table
Field
CustomerID
FirstName
LastName
Address
City
Telephone
ServiceID
AccountID
TransactionID
StolenCardID
Data Type Width Description
Number
PK
Char
50 Customer's First Name
Char
50 Customer's Last Name
Char
50 Customer's Address
Char
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Assignment #1 Comments and Operators
Explore the container.html and script.js files from the Ch03 downloadable Lynda.com content. Modify
the script.js file to perform the following:
1. Add multiline comments to the beginning of the file which describes i)
Assignment #3 Arrays and Pseudocode
Build off of your Assignment #2 submission. Modify the script.js file to perform the following:
1. In a text file, write pseudocode to describe the required steps 3 through 10. Then translate the
pseudocode into real co
Assignment #2 Functions, If Statements, and Loops
Explore the container.html and script.js files from the Ch03 downloadable Lynda.com content. Modify
the script.js file to perform the following:
1. Add multiline comments to the beginning of the file which
CS330
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
WINTER 2016 SESSION 3
DATA, INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE
Our World Map
BUILDING
MIS
MIS IN
BUSINESS
BUILDING
FOUNDATION
Class 1: Introduction To
MIS
Class 2: Infrastructure
and Architecture
Class 3: Data,
Information an
CS 230 - Fall 2015
Question Time
iClicker
Which of the following symbols represent a NOR
gate?
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b)
c)
d)
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CS 230 - Fall 2015
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Which one of the following truth tables represents
the behavior of a NAND gate?
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CS 338: Computer Applications for Business: Databases
Winter 2016
Quiz (February 11, 2016)
First Name:
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Student Number:
1. Consider the following partial ER model for pastry shop orders. Modify the model to
accommodate the following specificatio
CS330
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
WINTER 2016 SESSION 12
THE BUSINESS OF IT
OUR WORLD MAP
BUILDING
MIS
MIS IN
BUSINESS
BUILDING
FOUNDATION
Class 1: Introduction To
MIS
Class 2: Infrastructure
and Architecture
Class 3: Data,
Information and
Knowledge
CS330
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
WINTER 2016 SESSION 11
Social and Collaboration IT
Learning Objectives: Chances are you and your friends connect on social networking services. Every day, people
discover new ways to share things and their network of fr
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MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
WINTER 2016 - CLASS 10
ETHICS, PRIVACY AND SECURITY
Learning Objectives: Organizations must ensure they collect, capture, store, and use
information in an ethical manner. This can be any sort of information they collect
CS330
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
WINTER 2016 - CLASS 8
ACQUIRING INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Learning Objectives: Building an IS is analogous to constructing a house. You could sit back and let
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Annual Yield for a Discounted Security YIELDDISC
The annual yield for a discounted security can be calculated using Excel's YIELDDISC function. See the table below for a detailed list of the exercises and problems in the text that can be solved using this
Depreciation using Sum-of-the-Years-Digits Method SYD
The depreciation charge or expense of an asset for any one specific period of time using the sum-of-years-digits depreciation method can be calculated using Excel's SYD function. See the table below fo
Depreciation Using the Straight-Line Method SLN
The depreciation charge or expense of an asset for any one specific period of time using the straight-line depreciation method can be calculated using Excel's SLN function. See the table below for a detailed
Interest Rate per Compounding Period RATE
The interest rate per compounding period can be calculated using Excel's RATE function. See the table below for a detailed list of the exercises and problems in the text that can be solved using this function. Syn
Present Value PV
The present value of an investment or an annuity can be calculated using Excel's PV function. See the table below for a detailed list of the exercises and problems in the text that can be solved using this function. Syntax =PV(rate,number
Purchase Price per $100 for a Bond on an Interest Date PRICE
The purchase price per $100 for a bond on an interest date can be calculated using Excel's PRICE function. See the table below for a detailed list of the exercises and problems in the text that
Periodic (Annuity) Payments PMT
The periodic payment or deposit for an annuity can be calculated using Excel's PMT function. See the table below for a detailed list of the exercises and problems in the text that can be solved using this function. Syntax -
Net Present Value NPV
The net present value of a series of cash flows can be calculated using Excel's NPV function. See the table below for a detailed list of the exercises and problems in the text that can be solved using this function. Syntax =NPV(rate,
Total Number of Compounding Periods NPER
The total number of compounding periods of an investment or an annuity can be calculated using Excel's NPER function. See the table below for a detailed list of the exercises and problems in the text that can be so
Least Common Multiple LCM
The least common multiple can be calculated using Excel's LCM function. See the table below for a detailed list of the exercises and problems in the text that can be solved using this function. This function is included in the An
Internal Rate of Return IRR
One way to determine the internal rate of return of a project is to use linear interpolation. The manual procedures for performing linear interpolation are explained and demonstrated in Chapter 16, on pages 719 to 720. Excel ha
Introduction to Excel Functions and Templates
In Excel, a function is a predefined or built-in formula for a commonly used calculation. Each function has a name and a Syntax. Syntax Syntax is the rule a function follows, using the following format: =FUNCT