CIS 210 Week 5 Midterm Exam - Strayer NEW

CIS/210 Midterm Exam Chapters 1 Through 6

Midterm Exam Week 5 CIS 210 Strayer

CIS/210 Exam Week 5 Midterm Chapter 1 Through 6 Strayer

 

Chapters 1 Through 6

 

Chapter 1 – Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design

 

MULTIPLE CHOICE

 

     1.   ____ refers to the combination of hardware, software, and services that people use to manage, communicate, and share information.

a.

Information systems

b.

Information technology

c.

Computer systems

d.

Computer technology

 

 

           PTS:              1         REF:              4

 

     2.   ____ software controls the flow of data, provides data security, and manages network operations.

a.

Enterprise

c.

Application

b.

System

d.

Legacy

 

 

           PTS:              1         REF:              7

 

     3.   Examples of company-wide applications, called ____, include order processing systems, payroll systems, and company communications networks.

a.

enterprise applications

c.

operating applications

b.

network operating systems (NOS)

d.

legacy systems

 

 

           PTS:              1         REF:              8

 

     4.   Over 40 years ago, a concept called Moore's Law accurately predicted that computer processing power would double about every ____.

a.

2 months

c.

24 months

b.

12 months

d.

48 months

 

 

           PTS:              1         REF:              8

 

     5.   When planning an information system, a company must consider how a new system will interface with older systems, which are called ____.

a.

enterprise applications

c.

operating applications

b.

network operating systems (NOS)

d.

legacy systems

 

 

           PTS:              1         REF:              7

 

     6.   For complex operations, analysts apply computer-based modeling tools that use a standard language called ____.

a.

electronic data interchange (EDI)

b.

joint application development (JAD)

c.

business process modeling notation (BPMN)

d.

rapid application development (RAD)

 

 

           PTS:              1         REF:              14

 

     7.   Systems analysts use a ____ to graphically represent company operations and information needs.

a.

JAD

c.

RAD

b.

Scrum

d.

business process model

 

 

           PTS:              1         REF:              13

 

     8.   A business ____ is an overview that describes a company’s overall functions, processes, organization, products, services, customers, suppliers, competitors, constraints, and future direction.

a.

matrix

c.

index

b.

profile

d.

glossary

 

 

           PTS:              1         REF:              13

 

     9.   Which of the following is one of the main sectors of e-commerce?

a.

C2C

c.

C2B

b.

B2C

d.

BBC

 

 

           PTS:              1         REF:              9

 

   10.   ____ enabled computer-to-computer transfer of data between companies, usually over private telecommunications networks.

a.

EDI

c.

TCH

b.

ACH

d.

O-O

 

 

           PTS:              1         REF:              10

 

   11.   Transaction processing (TP) systems ____.

a.

provide job-related information to users at all levels of a company

b.

simulate human reasoning by combining a knowledge base and inference rules that determine how the knowledge is applied

c.

process data generated by day-to-day business operations

d.

include e-mail, voice mail, fax, video conferencing, word processing, automated calendars, database management, spreadsheets, and integrated mobile computing systems

 

 

           PTS:              1         REF:              15

 

   12.   Business support systems ____.

a.

provide job-related information support to users at all levels of a company

b.

simulate human reasoning by combining a knowledge base and inference rules that determine how the knowledge is applied

c.

process data generated by day-to-day business operations

d.

include e-mail, voice mail, fax, video conferencing, word processing, automated calendars, database management, spreadsheets, and integrated mobile computing systems

 

 

           PTS:              1         REF:              16

 

   13.   Knowledge management systems use a large database called a(n) ____ that allows users to find information by entering keywords or questions in normal English phrases.

a.

inference engine

c.

knowledge management system

b.

knowledge base

d.

inference manager

 

 

           PTS:              1         REF:              16

 

   14.   User productivity systems ____.

a.

provide job-related information to users at all levels of a company

b.

simulate human reasoning by combining a knowledge base and inference rules that determine how the knowledge is applied

c.

process data generated by day-to-day business operations

d.

include e-mail, voice mail, fax, video and Web conferencing, word processing, automated calendars, database management, spreadsheets, desktop publishing, presentation graphics, company intranets, and integrated mobile computing systems

 

 

           PTS:              1         REF:              17

 

   15.   In a typical company organizational model, top managers ____.

a.

develop long-range plans, called strategic plans, which define the company’s overall mission and goals

b.

provide direction, necessary resources, and performance feedback to supervisors and team leaders

c.

oversee operation employees and carry out day-to-day functions, coordinating operational tasks and people

d.

include users who rely on TP systems to enter and receive the data they need to perform their jobs

 

 

           PTS:              1         REF:              18

 

   16.   In a typical company organizational model, middle managers ____.

a.

develop long-range plans, called strategic plans, which define the company’s overall mission and goals

b.

provide direction, necessary resources, and performance feedback to supervisors and team leaders

c.

oversee operation employees and carry out day-to-day functions, coordinating operational tasks and people

d.

include users who rely on TP systems to enter and receive the data they need to perform their jobs

 

 

           PTS:              1         REF:              18

 

   17.   A ____, or requirements model, describes the information that a system must provide.

a.

process model

c.

business model

b.

data model

d.

network model

 

 

           PTS:              1         REF:              19

 

   18.   A(n) ____ shows the data that flows in and out of system processes.

a.

process model

c.

business model

b.

object model

d.

network model

 

 

           PTS:              1         REF:              22

 

   19.   ____ is a systems development technique that produces a graphical representation of a concept or process that systems developers can analyze, test, and modify.

a.

Prototyping

c.

Scrum

b.

Rapid application development

d.

Modeling

 

 

           PTS:              1         REF:              19

 

   20.   ____ is a systems development technique that tests system concepts and provides an opportunity to examine input, output, and user interfaces before final decisions are made.

a.

Scrum

c.

Modeling

b.

Prototyping

d.

Rapid application development

 

 

           

Continued..................

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