Question 1   (True/False). If the definition of an IS is the...

Question 1 

(True/False). If the definition of an IS is the medium for recording and storing data, and disseminating information, this would be an IS from a functional perspective.

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Question 2 

Which of the following statements best describes an information system?

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An information system is a process of planning, scheduling, and controlling activities of a business.

An information system consists of the hardware, software, data, people, and procedures that work together to produce quality information.

An information system is the collection and summarizing of data and information.

An information system is a set of activities used to build hardware and software.

Question 3 

There are 5 components of a computer-based IS. They are:

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Input devices, software, data, network, and people.

Hardware, operating software, network connections, people, and data.

Hardware, software, data, , network and IS specialists. 

Hardware, software, data, network, and people

Question 4

A transaction processing system is which type of system?

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Question 5

A management information system is which type of system?

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Question 6

(True/False). A decision support system is a type of Operational system.

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Question 7 

Which of the following is an example of a strategic information system?

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Question 8

(True/False). A knowledge management system is a type of strategic information system.

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Question 9

(True/False). Every general purpose computer, regardless of type, requires an application package that supports business functions.

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Question 10 

(True/False). For a device to work properly, the application software loaded on that device must be compatible with the OS used by that device. 

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A) True

B) False

Question 11

Which of the following would typically be part of a TPS.

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Exception report.

Request controller.


Question 12

In the four-phase approach to the SDLC, determining potential impacts on the organization is completed during the _______ phase of the SDLC.

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Question 13 

One difference between the 10-phase approach of the DOJ and the 9-phase approach is the additional step of:

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preliminary investigation.

integration and test.

disposal of the replaced system.

system maintenance. 

Question 14 

Which of the SDLC models is the most rigid in its use in developing an information system?

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Question 15 

Which of the SDLC models is best used with very small projects that are under a very short deadline for creation, or when there is a single end-user.

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Question 16

What is a prototype?

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A prototype is a working model of the proposed system.

A prototype identifies required programs and their relationships.

A prototype is a process for capturing data and information.

A prototype involves showing users exactly how to use a new system.

Question 17 

(True/False). Unlike the SDLC, the project management process does not include clients or stakeholders.

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Question 18

In and Excel spreadsheet, if you want to autofill cells D1 to D100 with the same value (55) , the quickest way would be to:

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type the value 55 in each of the cells D1 to D100.

type 55 in cell D1 and drag the box at the lower right corner of D1 down to D100.

type 55 in cell D1, 56 into D2, highlight both cells D1 and D2 and drag the box at the lower right corner of D2 down to D100.

Question 19 

You set the number type for cell A1 to Currency. If you type in the function =(RAND()*5) into cell A1, what would you expect to see as the result?

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A random whole number between 1 and 5

A random dollar amount between $1 and $5.

Question 20 

(True/False). You use the function =INT(RAND()*10) in cell B1. It results in a value of 7. If you simply copy/paste =INT(RAND()*10) from Cell B1 to Cell C1, the number appearing in Cell C1 would always also be the value 7.

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