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1. (TCO 1) Analytical skills: (Points : 3)...




1. (TCO 1) Analytical skills: (Points : 3) help you work with end users, as well as other analysts and programmers. help you understand the potential and the limitations of information technology. help you manage projects, resources, risk, and change. enable you to understand the organization and its functions, to identify opportunities and problems, and to analyze and solve problems. promote an understanding of the different types of information systems. 2. (TCO 1) The process of developing and maintaining an information system best describes: (Points : 3) joint application design. prototyping. information systems analysis and design. information technology infrastructure development. systems implementation. 3. (TCO 3) A manner that represents how an object acts and reacts best describes: (Points : 5) event. property. attribute. state. behavior. 4. (TCO 3) Which of the following is not an approach to systems development? (Points : 5) Prototyping. Agile Methodologies. Joint application design. Re-engineering analysis. Rapid application development. 5. (TCO 2) Arguably, the most instrumental person to the successful completion of any project is the: (Points : 5) project manager. chief information officer. department manager. staff consultant. end user. 6. (TCO 2) An individual with a diverse set of skills--management, leadership, technical, conflict management, and customer relationship--who is responsible for initiating, planning, executing, and closing down a project best defines: (Points : 5) chief information officer. consultant. project scheduler. project manager. end user. 7. (TCO 2) Tangible benefits would include: (Points : 5) improved organizational planning. ability to investigate more alternatives. improved asset control. lower transaction costs. first to market. 8. (TCO 3) The analysis of documents can help you identify: (Points : 5) problems with existing systems. special information processing circumstances that occur irregularly and may not be identified by any other requirements determination technique. the reason why current systems are designed the way they are. the organizational direction that can influence information system requirements. all of the above. 9. (TCO 3) The purpose of requirements structuring is to: (Points : 5) enable the analysts to gather information on what the system should do from as many sources as possible. enable the analysts to develop a baseline project plan quickly. enable the large amount of information gathered during requirements determination to be organized. enable the analysts to develop a new system rapidly. enable the analysts to identify several feasible alternatives. 10. (TCO 3) Which of the following is an advantage of closed-ended questions? (Points : 5) Interviews based on closed-ended questions do not necessarily require a large time commitment, so more topics can be covered. Closed-ended questions enable the analysts to explore information that does not quite fit defined answers. The analyst can obtain previously unknown information. Closed-ended questions often put the interviewee at ease. The interviewee has a sense of involvement and control in the interview. 11. (TCOs 4, 5) The process of converting complex data structures into simple, stable data structures is referred to as: (Points : 2) normalization. simplification. structuring. process modeling. relational conversion. 12. (TCOs 4, 5) A named two-dimensional table of data is a(n): (Points : 2) network tree structure relation tuple object THE REST ARE IN ATTACHMENT


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