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Quiz ITM


  1. DIKW pyramid
  2. Operating system
  3. BPMS
  4. Network
  5. MIS
  6. Data science
  7. ERP
  8. Database
  9. A Cloud Data Management System (CDMS)
  10. Intelligent Data Science
  11. Python
  12. Reference

DIKW pyramid

Numbers, pictures, or words without context are known as:
**Data
Information
Knowledge
Communication
A collection of words, numbers, or pictures which have meaning is known as:
Data
**Information
Knowledge
Communication
Data becomes information once it is put into a framework or structure that provides:
Knowledge
**More information
Rules
Context
What is the main difference between data and information?
They both are same
**Data are a part and information is the whole.
They belong to different niche.
What type of data is money?
**Abstract
Nominal
Ordinal
Continuous
Which is correct logical sequence of the following.
**Data, Information, Knowledge, Wisdom
Knowledge, Wisdom, Information, Data
Wisdom, Information, Data, Knowledge
Information, Knowledge, Data, Wisdom
What is the sequence whereby data is transformed to knowledge?
Knowledge, information, data
**Data, information, knowledge
Information, knowledge, data
Data, knowledge, information
One single instance of vital signs – heart rate, respirations, temperature and blood pressure – is an example of which level of "transformation of data to knowledge?"
Knowledge
Wisdom
Information
**Data
Which means of protecting health information is authorized by the individual?
Voting
**Privacy
Admitting
Sorting
One cannot interact with the environment it can be considered to be a:
Living system
Non-living system
**Closed system
Open system  

What is a value?
A type that represents sequences of characters.
One of the basic units of data, like a number or string, that a program manipulates.
A program stored in a file (usually one that will be interpreted).
The structure of a program.

Operating system

___ is the layer of a computer system between the hardware and the user program
Operating environment
**Operating system
System environment
None
_____ system is built directly on the hardware
Environment
System
**Operating
None
____ transforms one interface into another interface
Program
**Software
Data
None
___runs on computer hardware and serve as platform for other softwares to run on
**Operating System
Application Software
System Software
All
The primary purpose of an operating system is ____
**To make the most efficient use of the computer hardware
To allow people to use the computer
To keep systems programmers employed
To make computers easier to use
______ shares characteristics with both hardware and software
**Operating system
Software
Data
None
_______ is the first program run on a computer when the computer boots up
System software
**Operating system
System operations
None
The operating system creates _____ from the physical computer.
Virtual space
**Virtual computers
Virtual device
None
______ shares characteristics with both hardware and software.
**Operating system
Software
Data
None
Which is the first program run on a computer when the computer boots up?
System software
**Operating system
System operations
None
Which is built directly on the hardware?
Computer Environment
Application Software
**Operating System
Database System
Which of the following Operating System does not implement multitasking truly?
Windows 98
Windows NT
Windows XP
**MS DOS
Which runs on computer hardware and serve as platform for other software to run on?
**Operating System
Application Software
System Software
All
Which is the layer of a computer system between the hardware and the user program?
Operating environment
**Operating system
System environment
None
The primary purpose of an operating system is:
To make the most efficient use of computer hardware.
To allow people to use the computer.
To keep systems programmers employed.
**To make computers easier to use.
The operating system manages
Processes
Memory
Disks and I/O devices
**All of the above
What is the function of an operating system?
Takes care of scheduling jobs for execution
Manages computer’s resources very efficiently
Manages the flow of data and instructions
**All of the above
Which of the following in not an Operating System?
Mac OS
**Windows Explorer
Linux
Microsoft Windows
Which of the following is not an operating system?
Windows 7
Linux
MAC OSX
DOS
**None of the above
What is an Operating System?
It is an interface between the user and the hardware.
It is the first software that runs when the computer boots up.
It provides a platform for the user to run applications.
**All of the above.

BPMS

Which one of these tools would you use to see the detail information, like source component and about faults generated by a running process?
**BPM Workspace
Enterprise Manager
Process Composer
JDeveloper MDS Explorer
Which event type cannot be used as a trigger at the start of a BPMN process?
**Error Start Event
Message Start Event
Signal Start Event
None Start Event
An information-literate knowledge worker will be able to ______________, while a technology-literate knowledge worker will always be able to _______________.
Define what information they need; define what technology he/she needs.
Know-how and where to obtain that information; create new technology when required.
Understand information before they even receive it; understand how technology affects him/her.
**Act appropriately based on the information; know-how and when to use technology.
The success of telecommuting depends on what?
Suitability of profession
Discipline
Availability of technology
**All of the above
Which of the following represents the flow of information from an executive at the Marketing Department to the manager of the Human Resource Department?
Downward flow
**Upward flow
Horizontal flow
Outward flow
What are the basic categories of technology?
Hardware and input devices
Software and storage devices
Storage devices and hardware
**Hardware and software
Facts about online banking and telecommuting include all these except:
They heavily depend on using communications technologies.
They benefit from the ability to share information between companies and customers.
They create anti-social tendencies, which go hand in hand with more air pollution.
**They are possible due to the expansion of decentralized computing.
What is information?
Data that has a particular meaning within a specific context
Information with particular meaning within a specific context
Data that has no particular meaning
None of the above
Which of the following is the primary tool used by organizations to support shared information?
PDA
**Database
Application
None of the above
Information granularity refers to the _______________ of information.
Location
Timing
Format
**Size
Which of the following items is the primary tool used by organizations to support shared information?
PDA
**Database
Application
None of the above
Business Intelligence includes which of the following?
Knowledge about your internal environment
Knowledge about your external environment
Knowledge about your competitive environment
**All of the above
What is power in the information age?
Data
**Knowledge
Computer
None of the above
What displays key information gathered from several sources on a screen in a format tailored to the needs and wants of an individual?
Display format
Web page
Digital display
**Digital dashboard
Decentralized computing occurs when computing power is distributed to functional business areas and knowledge worker desktops. Decentralized computing is made possible by:
Inexpensive knowledge workers
**Inexpensive personal computer systems
Decreasing network speeds
Increasing costs of electricity
People used to be the most important asset for a company. But in the information age, companies need people with:
Data
Information
**Knowledge
Computers
Which of the following systems can perform sales lead tracking, contact management, and market analysis?
**Salesforce automation systems
Customer relationship management systems
Transaction processing systems
Collaborative systems
What is the goal of a customer relationship management system?
To gain customers.
**To eliminate negative interactions with customers.
To eliminate the need for customers.
None of the above.
Processed ______________________ is also called ______________, while the most raw elements of facts and figures are known as ______________.
Data; Knowledge; Information
Information; Data; Knowledge
**Information; Knowledge; Data
Knowledge; Data; Information
What are the two main types of software?
Utility and output
**Application and system
CPU and system
Application and input
A computer-based tool that people use to work with information and support the information and information-processing needs of an organization is:
Management Information Systems
Computer Security
Collaboration System
**Information Technology
Which of the following represents the flow of information between functional business units and work teams?
Upward flow
Downward flow
**Horizontal flow
Outward flow
What is the objective of a business intelligence system?
Gathering confidential information from competitors
Improving the timeliness and quality of decisions
**Improving the timeliness and quality of input for decision making
All of the above
Which of the following is not a reason that information is important?
Information is one of the three key components of MIS.
**Knowledge can be a source of income.
We are in the information age.
Knowledge comes from having timely access to information and knowing what to do with it.
Which term describes electronic commerce conducted over a wireless device such as a cell phone or PDA?
CIS
EIS
Now economy
**M-Commerce
The fact that you are able to receive a video clip sent by your friend while having your lecture in class, through your handphone, shows the __________________ dimensions of information.
Time and form
Form and time
**Location and form
Personal and organizational
Which dimension of information describes being able to access information from a hotel room?
Time dimension
**Location dimension
Form dimension
None of the above
Which of the following refers to using communications technologies to work in a location other than a central location (such as an office building)?
Wireless networks
Business Intelligence
**Telecommuting
Remote desktop
What does an application service provider do?
**Provides software over the internet
Provides hardware over the internet
Provides computer equipment
None of the above
Mobile computing refers to your ability to:
Transport computer equipment such as laptops or PDAs to the necessary location.
**Wirelessly connect and use centrally located information and/or application software.
Transport data from location to location using portable media such as flash drives or diskette.
None of the above.
Which type of software provides additional functionality to an operating system?
System
Application
Operating System
**Utility
Which systems are typically used to fulfill and support customer orders?
**Back office systems
Front office systems
Side office systems
Information Sales systems
All of the following statements describe an information-literate knowledge worker, except:
Can define what information they need.
Knows how and where to obtain that information.
**Understand information before they even receive it.
Acts appropriately based on the information.
Which of the following represents the flow of information between the HR manager and the Marketing Manager?
Upward flow
Downward flow
**Horizontal flow
Outward flow
Coarse information is used at the ___________ level of management
Bottom
Middle
Knowledge
**Top
Software designed to improve the performance of teams by supporting the sharing and flow of information is called a ?
Social network system
Group decision support system
Team system
**Collaboration system
Which term describes a company you do business with on a regular basis in a cooperative fashion, usually facilitated by IT systems?
**Alliance partner
Information partnership
Distribution chain
B2B
Which of the following represents the flow of information that describes the organization based on its daily transactions?
**Upward flow
Downward flow
Horizontal flow
Outward flow
Decentralized computing occurs when computing power is distributed to functional business areas and knowledge worker desktops. Decentralized computing is made possible by:
Inexpensive knowledge workers
**Inexpensive PCs
Decreasing network speeds
Increasing costs of electricity
Which term describes a concept that encourages and facilitates collaborative processes between members of a supply chain?
Collaborative planning, focusing, and reordering (CPFR)
**Collaborative planning, forecasting, and replenishment (CPFR)
Collaborative planning, forecasting, and reordering (CPFR)
Collaborative planning, focusing, and replenishment (CPFR)
Just-In-Time is an approach that produces or delivers a product or service just at the time the:
Supplier wants it
Distributor wants it
**Customer wants it
Seller wants it
The time dimension of information includes two aspects: having access to information when you need it and _______________.
Having access to information at the right moment in time
**Having information that describes the appropriate time period
Having information about the most recent time period
None of the above
How does it make task faster?
It automates business process
Defend virus attack
Creates friendly interface
None of the above
BPM capability maturity levels describe ______________.
The capabilities of the BPM business analyst
The length of time the BPM application has been in production
**The strategic and tactical levels of enterprise adoption of BPM
BPM concepts, consistently applied, facilitating sharing and reuse
Which event type cannot be used as a trigger at the start of a BPMN process?
**Error Start Event
Message Start Event
Signal Start Event
None Start Event
Which one empowers the business user to model the business process?
**BPM Studio
BPM Composer
Enterprise Manager
BPM Analytics
Process instance data is made available to task instances via __________________.
Data associations defined on the activity's implementation tab
Transformations defined as part of the task metadata
Script tasks implemented before and after the activity
References to global process variables from inside the task definition
Human workflow is implemented as a ________________.
**Service engine within the SOA infrastructure
Component within the BPEL service engine
Component within the BPMN service engine
Shared component within both BPEL and BPMN service
BPME stands for
Business Process Model Everywhere
Business Process Management Enrollment
Business Process Management Editor
**Business Process Management Everywhere
Process Optimization simply means
The tracking of individual processes, so that information on their state can be easily seen
**Retrieving process performance information from modeling or monitoring phase
Enacting a discovered and modelled business proces
None of these
The following includes some of the BPM tools except
**Workflow
SIPOCs
Process flows
Histograms
The component of a BPM Suite which provides a system for storing and securing electronic documents, images, and other files
**Content management
Business analytics
Process engine
None of these
Cloud computing BPM can be referred to as
Consolidating data and increasing visibility into and access to associated data and information
Integrating with existing systems and leveraging service oriented architecture
**The use of BPM tools that are delivered as software services over a network
Increasing the flexibility and functionality of current infrastructure and data
As an approach, BPM sees processes as important assets of an organization that must be
Understood
Managed
Developed
**All of the above

Network

What are the three common types of computer networks?
ROM, MAN, LAN
RAM, WAN, LAN
**MAN, LAN, WAN
None of the above
What is the acronym for LAN?
**Local Area Network
Local Access Network
Line And Networking
Line-less Networking
Define what a LAN is?
**Connected devices share the resources of a single processor or server within a small geographic area
Normally find within a business and school
These are computers that share resources over a large area
None of the above
Ali is a small businessman who runs Hardware. He has been experiencing problems with his small accounting department, which he depends on to provide sales reports. Ali wants to share information between his 7 computer stations and have on central printing area in one office. What type of network would you recommend to Mr. John?
MAN
**LAN
WAN
SAN
Arrange the Following Types of Networks according to their size, from largest to smallest?
LAN, WAN, MAN
WAN, LAN, MAN
MAN, LAN, WAN
**WAN, MAN, LAN
A network that spans a large geographical area, the most common example being the internet.
LAN
MAN
**WAN
You are a member of a club that deals with computer networks. The club has to take a project to build a MAN. Where would this project likely take place?
A small building/organization
**University or college
Home
None of the above
What is the acronym MAN stand for?
Magnetic Access Network
**Metropolitan Area Network
Multi-Area Network
Multi-Access net
Which of the following is not a characteristic of a VPN?
It is a secure network
It is deployed over a shared infrastructure
It may use tunneling techniques
**It does not provide any cost savings to alternate connectivity options
175.209.20.1 is
A MAC address
**An IP address
A postal address
A common address
A computer network covering a small physical area, like home, office, or small group of buildings, such as a school or an airport.
**LAN
MAN
WAN
A large computer network that usually spans a city or a large campus.
LAN
**MAN
WAN
What is at the top of the hierarchy tree of Domains?
.com
**Root
.mil
.us

MIS

________ systems provide information to coordinate all of the business processes that deal with customers in sales, marketing, and service to optimize revenue, customer satisfaction, and customer retention.
CPS
ESS
**CRM
MIS
You work for a highly successful advertiser that is just about to expand nationally. Of utmost importance will be finding a way to store and disseminate their client's frequently updated branding and style guides to all of their branches. The guides include multiple image files and text documents. What system will best serve these needs?
A wiki
A TPS with KMS capabilities
An ESS with collaboration capabilities
**An extranet with KMS capabilities
Compensation analysis is an example of ________ information systems.
Enterprise application
**Human resources
Finance and accounting
Sales and marketing
_______________________ uses a set of integrated applications to address all aspects of the customer relationship.
**CRM
CLE
MIS
CLU
These systems are designed to summarize and report on the company's basic operations.
**Management information systems
Transaction processing systems
Decision-support systems
Executive information systems
Market research is an activity associated with the:
Manufacturing and production function
**Sales and marketing function
Finance and accounting function
Human resources function
Which type of information system would an intranet be most easily adapted to?
**KMS
TPS
MIS
CRM
Buying or selling goods over the Internet is called:
An intranet.
An extranet.
**E-commerce.
E-business.
You have been hired by a non-profit agency to implement a system to handle their donations. Event fund-raisers need to be able to quickly access a donor's information and history. The marketing department needs to be able to create customized mailing lists, in order to send different messages to different types of donors. What system(s) will best meet these needs?
**TPS with MIS
TPS with ESS
TPS with DSS
TPS
A computerized system that performs and records the daily dealings necessary to conduct business is classified as a(n):
**Transaction-processing system.
Executive support system.
Management-level system.
Decision support system.
Development and support services for a firm's business systems are provided by:
IT standards services.
IT management services.
**Application software services.
IT educational services.
____support making decisions that are unique, rapidly changing, and not easily specified in advance:
Transaction processing systems
**Decision-support systems
Management information systems
Executive support systems
Managers need __________ to monitor the status of internal operations and the firm's relations with the external environment.
Management information systems
**Transaction processing systems
Knowledge systems
Decision support systems
A ________ is a senior manager who oversees the use of IT in the firm.
CIT
**CIO
CFO
CEO
Second Life is an example of a:
Mind mapping tool.
Social networking site.
Wiki.
**Virtual world.
Which type of system would you use to forecast the return on investment if you used new suppliers with better delivery track records?
MIS
TPS
ESS
**DSS
Which type of system would you use to change a production schedule if a key supplier was late in delivering goods?
MIS
DSS
**TPS
ESS
A finance and accounting information system aids operational management with:
Establishing long term investment goals.
**Accounts receivable.
Budgeting.
Profit planning.
Decision-support systems are also referred to as:
Business model systems.
Executive support systems.
**Business intelligence systems.
Business information systems.
In a business environment, the focus of collaboration is to:
**Accomplish the task at hand.
Prevent miscommunication.
Foster better communication.
Provide a sense of community.
The term "management information systems" designates a specific category of information systems serving:
**Middle management functions.
Integrated data processing throughout the firm.
Senior management
Transaction process reporting.
Promoting the organization's products or services is a responsibility of the:
Manufacturing and production function.
**Sales and marketing function.
Finance and accounting function.
Human resources function.
A POS system, such as the one selected by Johnny's Lunch in the chapter case study, falls into which category of information system?
**TPS
KWS
DSS
MIS
Which of the following collaboration tools would be appropriate for participants in separate locations who need to collaborate synchronously?
Team room
Blog
**Electronic meeting software
Group calendar
A relocation control system that reports summaries on the total moving, house-hunting, and home financing costs for employees in all company divisions would fall into the category of:
Knowledge management systems.
Transaction support systems.
**Management information systems.
Executive-support systems.
Which type of system would you use to determine what trends in your supplier's industry will affect your firm the most in five years?
DSS
**ESS
MIS
TPS
Which of the following statements is NOT true about collaboration in a business setting? (Unsure of answer is correct)
Collaboration may be a short-lived activity, lasting just a few minutes.
The evidence of the business benefits of collaboration are largely anecdotal.
Meaningful collaboration requires a supportive business firm culture and the right, decentralized structure.
**Collaboration is a many-to-many activity as opposed to a one-to-one or one-to-many activity.
Pricing analysis is an example of a:
Finance and accounting information system serving senior management.
Finance and accounting information system serving management.
**Sales and marketing information system serving middle management.
Sales and marketing information system serving senior management.
The use of digital technology and the Internet to execute the major business processes in the enterprise is called
MIS
**E-business
Enterprise applications
E-commerce
The ________ is responsible for ensuring that the company complies with existing data privacy laws.
CIO
**CPO
CKO
CIP
The three principal levels of hierarchies within a business organization are:
**Senior management, middle management, and operational management.
Senior management, middle management, and service workers.
Management, knowledge workers, and service workers.
Management, data workers, and operational management.
A(n) ________ collects data from various key business processes and stores the data in a single comprehensive data repository, usable by other parts of the business.
Automatic reporting system
**Enterprise system
Transaction processing system
Management information system
Policies that determine which information technology will be used, when, and how are provided by:
IT educational services.
**IT standards services.
IT management services.
Application software services.
The five basic entities that make up any business are suppliers, customers, employees, products and services, and:
Its environment.
Manufacturing and production.
**Invoices and payments.
Sales and marketing.
These systems are designed to support organization-wide process coordination and integration.
Decision-support systems
CRM
**Enterprise applications
Management information systems
Checking for product quality is an activity associated with the ________ function.
Human resources
Sales and marketing
Finance and accounting
**Manufacturing and production
Engineers and architects are examples of:
Middle management.
Production workers.
**Knowledge workers.
Senior management.
Which of the following tools is NOT one of the most important 15 types of collaboration software tools?
Screen sharing
E-mail and instant messaging
Video conferencing
**Video streaming
These systems allow users to change assumptions, ask new questions, and include new data:
Management information systems.
Executive support systems.
Transaction processing systems.
**Decision-support systems.
The advantage of a decentralized arrangement of the information services function, in which each functional area of the business has its own information systems department is:
Systems are built that can function independently and more efficiently.
**Systems are built that directly address that function’s business needs.
More likely to produce more compatible systems and more coherent long-termsystems development plans.
Lower costs of technology purchases.
________ systems often deliver information to senior executives through a portal.
Management information
Transaction processing
**Executive support
Decision-support
Which type of system would you use to determine what trends in your supplier's industry will affect your firm the most in five years?
**ESS
TPS
DSS
MIS
A sales and marketing information system aids middle management in:
Preparing sales forecasts.
Tracking sales.
**Analyzing sales performance.
Planning new products and services.
Interaction jobs are those jobs which:
Are performed typically by operational-level employees.
Involve knowledge that can't be put into an information system.
Require intense levels of interaction with clients.
**Are in the service sector and require close coordination, and collaboration.
What analytical framework discussed in the chapter helps understand and evaluate the benefits and uses of collaboration tools?
Space/cost matrix
**Time/space matrix
Cost/use matrix
Task/time matrixs
You have been hired by Inspiration Inc, to help improve their profit margin. Inspiration Inc. is a business communications consultancy that services many clients in different industries throughout the U.S. The end products of the company are customized recommendations for the best use of a client's existing resources for improving internal communications, typically delivered via documentation in different media. The company has approximately 100 consultants all of whom are located in their central headquarters in Chicago. What system do you recommend to improve the company's business processes and increase their profit margin?
**Extranet, to enable quick collaboration over the Internet, minimize the time spentcommunicating with the client, and minimize the amount of paperwork needed
Video conferencing system, for improving collaboration
CRM, to maintain easily accessible customer records to minimize the time spent looking forclient data
KMS, for minimizing redundant work on similar clients
What is one of the biggest drawbacks in having separate information systems for separate business functions?
Lack of speed in communication
Lack of communication between systems
Cost in upgrading to an enterprise system
**Redundancy of information
Decisions that are unique, rapidly changing, and not easily specified in advance are best suited to this type of system:
Executive support
Transaction processing
Management.
**Decision-support
Key forces in a business's immediate environment include:
**Regulations.
Politics.
Economy.
Technology.
The principal liaison between the information systems groups and the rest of the organization is a(n):
Information systems manager.
**Systems analyst.
CIO.
Programmer.
Equipment scheduling and facilities maintenance are functions of:
Human resources systems.
**Manufacturing and production systems.
Sales and marketing systems.
Finance and accounting systems.
Senior management uses finance and accounting information systems to:
Plan long-term profits.
**Forecast sales trends.
Control the firms’ financial resources.
Decide where to locate new facilities.
What is the most important benefit of an enterprise application?
Enabling speed of communicating.
Enabling a company to work collaboratively with customers and suppliers.
**Enabling business functions and departments to share information.
Enabling cost-effective, e-business processes.
You would recommend that a system interface use a portal when:
Employees need to use data from the Internet.
Employees need to reference multiple sources of data.
Employees need to communicate with clients and vendors.
**Employees need to collaborate with suppliers and vendors.
Executive support systems are information systems that support the:
Day-to-day processes of production.
Decision-making and administrative activities of middle managers.
Knowledge and data workers in an organization.
**Long-range planning activities of senior management.
The principal purpose of __________________ is to answer routine questions and to track the flow of transactions through the organization.
Senior management-level systems.
Knowledge management systems.
**Operational-level systems.
Management-level systems.
TPSs are the basic business systems that serve which level of the organization?
**Operational.
Knowledge management.
Senior management.
Middle management.
These systems have more analytical power than other types of systems:
Executive support systems.
**Decision-support systems.
Transaction processing systems.
Management information systems.
Employees that assist with paperwork at all levels of the firm are called:
Knowledge workers.
Service workers.
Operational management.
**Data workers.
Budgeting is typically a feature of an information system serving:
Senior management.
Sales and marketing.
Operational management.
**Middle management.
You manage the Information Systems department at a small startup Internet advertiser. You need to set up an inexpensive system that allows customers to see real-time statistics such as views and click-throughs about their current banner ads. Which type of system will most efficiently provide a solution?
Intranet
**Extranet
Enterprise system
CRM
These systems are typically a major source of data for other systems:
**Transaction processing systems.
Executive support systems.
Decision-support systems.
Management information systems.
Management information systems support the:
**Administrative activities of middle managers.
Day-to-day processes of production.
Knowledge and data workers in an organization.
Long-range planning activities of senior management.
ESS are specifically designed to serve the ________ level of the organization.
End-user
Middle management
**Senior management
Operational
A sales and marketing information system aids operational management in:
Planning new products and services.
Preparing sales forecasts.
**Tracking sales.
Analyzing sales performance.
Which type of system would you use to determine the five suppliers with the worst record in delivering goods on time?
**MIS
DSS
TPS
ESS
A wiki is a type of:
Video conferencing.
Blogging.
**Web site designed for collaborative writing and editing.
Social networking site.
The most widely used collaboration software tool used by very large firms is:
**Lotus Notes
Onehub
Google Apps
Microsoft SharePoint
____ systems integrate and share information from supplier, manufacturer, distributor, and customer logistics processes.
Reverse logistics
Collaborative distribution
**Supply-chain management
Enterprise planning
These systems are especially suited to situations in which the procedure for arriving at a solution may not be fully predefined in advance.
Management information systems
Knowledge management systems
**Decision-support systems
Transaction processing systems
Management-level systems are information systems that support the:
Long-range planning activities of senior management.
**Decision-making and administrative activities of middle managers.
Day-to-day processes of production.
Knowledge and data workers in an organization.
Which of the following types of system could be used to enable different firms to work collaboratively on a product?
Intranet
KMS
**Extranet
CRM
Which of the following is an example of a key force in a firm's broader, less immediate environment?
Stockholders
Regulations
**Economic trends
Shipping firms
Which of the following is a cross-functional business process?
Identifying a customer.
**Fulfilling a customer order.
Creating an invoice.
Hiring an employee.
Which of the following types of system could be used to enable different firms to work collaboratively on a product?
**Extranet
CRM
KMS
Intranet
The principal liaison between the information systems groups and the rest of the organization is a(n):
CIO.
Programmer.
Information systems manager.
**Systems analyst.
A(n) ________ collects data from various key business processes and stores the data in a single comprehensive data repository, usable by other parts of the business.
Automatic reporting system
**Enterprise system
Transaction processing system
Management information system
TPSs are the basic business systems that serve which level of the organization?
Knowledge management.
**Operational.
Middle management.
Senior management.
Market research is an activity associated with the:
Finance and accounting function
Human resources function
Manufacturing and production function
**Sales and marketing function
Budgeting is typically a feature of an information system serving:
Sales and marketing.
Operational management.
Senior management.
**Middle management.
The three principal levels of hierarchies within a business organization are:
Senior management, middle management, and service workers.
Management, knowledge workers, and service workers.
**Senior management, middle management, and operational management.
Management, data workers, and operational management.
The principal purpose of __________________ is to answer routine questions and to track the flow of transactions through the organization.
Management-level systems.
Knowledge management systems.
Senior management-level systems.
**Operational-level systems.
Which among the following is not a part of the stages of data processing?
Input
Data Processing
Output
Storage
**Documentation
The following are components of an information system. Which one is described as the computer and its peripheral equipment?
Data
Telecommunication
Software
**Hardware
All of the following are circumstances why we need to reboot our computer except for;
Computer has frozen
Computer program does not run at all
Email cannot be sent or received
**Printer would print but too slow
To have a very good Workflow Alignment in the use of computer, which one must take into consideration?
What you do
The resources it takes to support
When you do it
The process you follow
**All of the choices are correct
A person who has access to data from previous falls on the unit and can be on the lookout for trends – that can support decision making by suggesting a need for action at the department
Programmer
Physician& Nurse.
Clinical analyst
**Manager
Which answer does data and information gathereing techniques not include?
Reports
**Money
Diagrams
Programs
Other deloverables generated during system development
What should you do during documentation?
Nothing at all
Get money
**Keep project on schedule, evaluate feasibility and be sure they system meets requirements
None of these
Name the two steps of the analysis phase
**Conduct investigation, perform detailed analysis
Search, find, conclude
Search, and analyze
None of these
The term ________ describes the use of computer technology to provide decision-oriented information to managers.
DP
EDP
ES
**MIS
The three general phrases of analysis, design, and implementation are part of a ________.
**System development study
Systems approach
ES
DSS
_________ is the first step in the systems approach.
Systems design
**Stating objectives
Systems analysis
System evaluation
Collaborative computing would be especially important to _________.
**The extended enterprise
ERP
Lean production
None of the above
Logistics is part of the ___________ functional information system(s).
Supply chain
Operations
**Operations and financial
None of the above
An internal control structure is an organizational plan to _________.
Protect assets
Ensure the integrity of accounting information
Promote operational efficiency
**All of the above
Sharepoint is a product by:
Oracle
Google
** Microsoft
SAP
The ______________ provides central maintenance of the DNS root database.
ICANN
Internet registry
InterNIC
DNS
A ______________ is a term that helps people recognize the company or person that domain name represents.
**Domain name
Website
Web page
URL
Which of the following is NOT a popular e-mail application?
Outlook Express
**Mozilla Firefox
Mozilla Thunderbird
Apple Mail
Which of the following is NOT a popular e-mail protocol?
POP3
IMAP
**FTP
SMTP
Links to other documents on the web are called:
**Hyperlinks
Hypertext
HTML
HTTP
The most effective way to verify back-ups is:
Review the back-up logs
Check the size of the back-up file
**Testing through restoring on a different system
Use the back-up tool integrity checker
The study of computer algorithms that improve automatically through experience is termed?
Compilation
Formulation
**Machine learning
Ability
An essential field which is central to Artificial Intelligence research is?
Compilation
Art
**Knowledge engineering
Mastering
An evolved definition of Artificial Intelligence led to a phenomenon known as the
Formulation
Data processing
**AI Effect
Machination
The ability to find patterns in a stream of input is referred to as?
**Unsupervised learning
Optimization
Inclination
Mobilising
Which of these is a tool used in Artificial Intelligence?
Art
Design
Input
**Neural networks
Which of the following is a fundamental goal of research in Artificial Intelligence?
**Reasoning
Coupling
Mastering
Data
The intelligence displayed by humans and other animals is termed?
Constance
Ability
**sNatural intelligence
Cognition
Which of these is a field that is closely related to AI?
Wiring
Drawing
**Mathematics
French
Any device that perceives its environment and takes actions that maximize its chance of success at some goal is termed?
Input
**Intelligent agent
Data
Processor
Which of the languages below are used to code a robot?
**Python
Machine Learning
Java
Computer Vision

Data science

What's another name for data science?
**Data-driven science
Information science
Information-focused science
Data-focused science
It doesn't employ techniques found under one of the following?
Statistics
Information science
**Physics
Computer science
Given the machine data and equation while it looks for the coefficient values in the equation is termed...
Artificial Intelligence
**Machine Learning
Machine Language
Programming
At what points do gradient descend methods converge?
Local minima
Optima minima
**They don't converge
At point one
Why is Python preferable for text analytics over R?
It is easier to learn
**It has libraries
It uses data
It is marked up
Which of these is widely used for mining classifying datasets?
Logistical regression
**Classification technique
Recommender systems
Data merging
Which of the following is a statistical technique in which the value of a variable A is predicted from the value of a second variable B?
Interpolation
Extrapolation
**Linear regression
Rectilinear regression

ERP

Enterprise resource planning systems are very ____ software products, meaning that companies typically have to change their ___ to accommodate how the software functions.
Unstructured, business processes
Structured, reporting relationships
Structured, accounting processes
Unstructured, inventory control
**Structured, business processes
__ are inter-organizational ERP systems that provide Web-enabled links between an organization's key business systems and its customers, suppliers, business partners, and others.
Functional area information systems
Supply chain management systems
Transaction processing systems
Office automation systems
**ERP II systems
___ are the most successful solutions or problem-solving methods for achieving a business objective.
Business functions
**Best practices
Optimal strategies
Business processes
Enterprise solutions
Which of the following was not included in early ERP systems?
**Sales and Marketing
Inventory Control
Order Entry
Distribution
Raw materials management
___ reports contain special information not found in routine reports.
**Ad hoc
Summary
Drill-down
Key-indicator
Exception
___ reports are produced at scheduled intervals.
Ad hoc
**Routine
Exception
Detailed
Key indicator
___ reports summarize the performance of critical activities.
Ad hoc
Routine
Exception
Detailed
**Key indicator
When the chief financial officer of a company wants a report on business units that have spent 10 percent more than their allotted budget, she would be requesting which type of report?
Ad hoc
Routine
**Exception
Detailed
Key indicator
___ reports include only information that falls outside certain threshold standards.
Ad hoc
Routine
**Exception
Detailed
Key indicator
Refer to IT's About Business 10.1 - USA Cycling: SmartTurn is all of the following except
Software-as-a-Service
Inventory and warehouse management system
**Restricted to a single location
A Transaction Processing system
A Functional Area Information System
Refer to Opening Case - Is Baseball a Science?: Which of the following is false?
Standards are being developed for baseball fielding metrics
**Fielding metrics will eliminate the need for specialized coaches
Motion-capture software can be used to determine where a fielder was standing when a ball is hit
Data collected by the motion-capture software can be used to identify fielders that have fast reaction times
Fielding metrics can be used to evaluate players
USA Cycling primarily implemented SmartTurn to ____.
Help customers find products more easily
Save money
**Help with the inventory management
Ensure their bike wheels always turned correctly
____ is when business transactions are processed in groups.
** Batch processing
OLAP
OLTP
Source data automation
Budgetary control is a common form of ___
Financial Planning and Budgeting
Managing Financial Transactions
**Control and Auditing
In-House Logistics and Materials Management
Product life cycle management is a common activity associated with ____
Financial Planning and Budgeting
Managing Financial Transactions
Control and Auditing
**In-House Logistics and Materials Management
Creating a call center for employee problems is a common activity associated with ____
**HR Planning and Management
Managing Financial Transactions
Control and Auditing
**In-House Logistics and Materials Management
Which of the following is an extended ERP module?
**Business intelligence
Financial management
Operations management
Human resource management
The ____ generation of ERP was designed to address front-office business processes.
1st
**2nd
3rd
4th
Which of the following systems generate reports?
TPS
FAIS
ERP
**All of the above
Nonroutine reports are the same as ____ reports.
Exception
Daily
**Ad hoc
Sporadic
The opening case illustrates how IT can be used strategically to:
Collect large quantities of data
**Use data-collection techniques to generate usable information
Copy an idea in many different places
None of these
Key features of transaction processing systems include:
Dependability
Reliability
Processing capacity
**All of these
____ integrates the planning, management, and use of all of an organization's resources and is designed to integrate its functional areas tightly.
Transaction processing systems
Supply chain management systems
Functional area information systems
**Enterprise resource planning systems
Corporate extranets
____ reports summarize the performance of critical activities.
Ad-hoc
Routine
Exception
Detailed
**Key indicator
To effectively manage by exception (i.e., use exception reports), the company must first create:
**Performance standards
Best practices
User information requirements
A database
Employee evaluation guides
According to the closing case, the consequences of customizing an ERP system to accurately reflect a company's business process can include:
Increased maintenance expenses
The inability to incorporate the latest technological developments
The failure to sustain a competitive advantage
**All of these
The most fundamental information systems in an organization are:
Office automation systems
Decision support systems
Functional area information systems
**Transaction processing systems
Business intelligence systems
Data that the organization's ___ has processed are inputs into the organization's database.
Office automation systems
Functional area information systems
**Transaction processing systems
Decision support systems
Digital dashboards
Which of the following is not an example of a transaction?
A person hired
A payroll check generated
A service sold
**Printing a report
Checking out at Walmart
Which of the following is not a process within an information system for Accounting and Finance?
Budgeting
Managing Currencies
**Inventory management
Auditing
Expense management
Next

Database

--------------------------responsible to define the content, the structure, the constraints, and functions or transactions against the database.
Transcation Manager
Query Analyzer
**DBA
All the above
None of the above
In the ER model ---------------------------denote derived attributes.
Double ellipse
Diamond
Reactangle
**None of the above
------------------------------is a property that describes various characteristics of an entity.
ER Diagram
Column
Relationship
**Attribute
The -----------------------------engine executes low-level instructions generated by the DML compiler.
DDL Analyzer
Query Interpreter
Database Engine
**None of the above
Ensuring atomicity is the responsibility of the --------------------------component.
File Manager
Buffer Manager
DBA
**Transation Manager
___________is a collection of operations that perform s single logical function in a database application.
**Transaction
Concurrent operation
Atomocity
Durability
A_____________is an association between entities.
**Relation
One to One
Generalization
Specialization
-------------------------------responsible for authorizing access to the database, for coordinating and monitoring its use, acquiring software, and hardware resources, controlling its use, and monitoring efficiency of operations.
Authorization Manager
Storage Manager
File Manager
Transcation Manager
**Buffer Manager
------------------------ denote derived attributes.
Double ellipse
**Dashed ellipse
Squared ellipse
Ellipse with attribute name underlined
----------------------------is the minimal super key.
Primary Key
**Candidate Key
Surrogate Key
Unique Key
Alternate Key
The problem that is compounded when constraints involve several data items from different files are called _____________
Transaction Control Management Problem
Security Problem
**Integrity Problem
Durability Problem
---------------------- level describes what data is stored in the database and the relationships among the data.
Physical Level
**Logical Level
Conceptual Level
None of the above
-------------------manages the allocation of the space on the disk storage and the database structure used to represent information stored on disk.
Disk Manager
**File Manager
Buffer Manager
Memory Manager
None of the above
--------------------------- stores metadata about the structure of the database.
Physical data base
Query Analyzer
**Data Dictionary
Data Catalog
Which of the following makes it possible for entities to share a relationship?
Multi-valued attributes
A foreign key
**A common attribute
The same number of attributes
A database contains the fields Pupil_no and Pupil_name. If we are given the Pupil_no then we will know Pupil_name. This means that:
Pupil_name has a functionality with Pupil_ID
Pupil_ID is functionally dependent on Pupil_name
**Pupil_name is functionally dependent on Pupil_ID
These two attributes have a relationship
What is the purpose of an indexed field in a database?
**To speed up queries
To verify values
To create links between entities
To specify a lookup
The requirement that each entity much have a unique primary key where the value of that primary key is not null, is known as the
**Entity Integrity Rule
Referential Integrity Rule
Entity-Relationship Rule
Validation Index
Which of the following is TRUE about referential integrity rule?
Each primary key much be unique and not null
**For each foreign key, there must be a corresponding primary key
Repeating groups are not permitted.
All attributes must have meaningful names.
The frequency of a relationship between entities may be described by
Indexed fields
Transitive dependencies
**Cardinality
Referential integrity
Consider the following entity:
CAR_RENTAL(Car_Reg, Make, Model, Driver_Name, Date_Hired, Date_Returned)
Which of the following would be included in a repeating group?
Car_Reg
Make
**Driver_name
Model
Which of the following is TRUE about relational database design?
The order of attributes is critical.
Each column must be unique.
**No row should be duplicated.
All tables must contain a foreign key.
Which SQL statement is used to extract data from a database?
GET
FROM
**SELECT
CHOOSE
What are ACID properties of transactions?
Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, Database
Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, Durability
**Atomicity, Concurrency, Inconsistent, Durability
Atomicity, Concurrency, Isolation, Durability
Which of the following is an example for network database?
Unify
**IDMS
Ingress
None of the above
Which of the following is true regarding NULL?
NULL
NULL>0
**NULL0
NULL=0
Which of the following is NOT a unary operation?
PROJECT
RENAME
**UNION
SELECT
Which of the following is NOT a DDL statement?
ALTER
CREATE
**UPDATE
RENAME
Which of the following locks the item from change but not from read?
Implicit Lock
Explicit Lock
Exclusive Lock
Oracle
FoxPro
<Access
Which of the following is a group of one or more attributes that uniquely identify a row?
Tuple
**Key
Relation
Determinant
What is the result of the following query?select case when null = null then 'Yup' else 'Nope' end as Result;
Null
**Nope
Yup
Error
Organizations generally use a software system to help them create databases, change a database's structure, perform data analysis, and manage their data. This category of software applications is called a(n):
Enterprise Database System
Spreadsheet
Structured Query Language (SQL)
Which of the following statements best describes why organizations develop and use data warehouses?
Data warehouses enable line workers to view data in a decentralized manner.
Direct analysis of data needed for day-to-day operations is a good idea.
Although data warehouses do not provide tools for data analysis and manipulation, inexpensive third-party add-ons exist to perform those functions.
Data warehouses do not require a company to worry about data consistency.
Organizations generally use a software system to help them create databases, change a database's structure, perform data analysis, and manage their data. This category of software application is called______
Enterprise database system.
Spreadsheet.
Structured Query Language (SQL).
Which stage of the data mining life cycle is focused on understanding the issue and domain environment at hand?
Exploring the database
Preparation of creating a data mining mode
Creating the database
Congruent
Converted
**Consistent
Correlated
In which approach reduces duplication of data between tables and gives the table as much flexibility as possible.
Dimensional
Inmon
Operational
**Normalization
Formalization
Which of the following describes a primary key?
Primary keys are not required in most databases
A primary key is the only key in that table
What is the purpose of the Data Access Object (DAO) pattern?
To cache data that has previously been accessed from the database
To ensure transactional concurrency
Which of the following statements best describes "isolated", the "I" in ACID?
Databases must use ANSI-compliant SQL
Databases limit the number of concurrent users.
What are the four attributes of an A.C.I.D. transaction?
Atomic, Consistent, Immediate and Dependable
Atomic, Coherent, Immediate and Dependable
**Atomic, Coherent, Isolated, Durable
Atomic, Consistent, Isolated and Durable
A primary key that consists of two or more columns is called?
Complex
**Composite
Surrogate
Generated
The first normal form (1NF) ensures that?
All integrity constraints are met
All attributes of a table are dependent on the entire primary key
Second normal form (2NF) ensures that...
All columns have atomic values
No data anomolies are possible.
No transitive dependencies exist in the database
Null values may never exist
All tables have required ordering
Which index type often works well for data that is not highly selective, such as boolean values?
A reverse-key index
A function index
A balanced B-tree
Ensures column values are consistent between tables
Ensures increased performance when accessing columns
Ensures columns contain the correct set of values
To internationalize a primary key value
To enforce an optimistic locking strategy
Which of the following may suppress the use of an index?
Using the DISTINCT keyword
Using aggregate functions
Which is these is a definition of a correlated subquery?
A subquery which references an outer join
None of the above
When do you design for database performance?
Just before the system is released into UAT
None of the above
Which best describes the relationship between the normal forms?
Lower normal form (e.g. 1NF) are dependent upon higher normal forms (e.g 3NF)
Each normal form is independent from the others and may be applied selectively

A Cloud Data Management System (CDMS)

A CDMS must support elastic scaling across machines and support multiple _________?
Hats
Personalities
Saturday morning cartoons
Database tenants
A CDMS must empower users by giving them choices and be flexible in supporting many choices, including all EXCEPT one of these?
Environment
Operating systems
<Hardware
A CDMS must thrive in the cloud. So, as latency spikes, and concurrent load grows, a CDMS should maintain what?
Temperature
Sanity
A CDMS must be graceful in the face of failure and have each of the following characteristics, EXCEPT:
Be self-aware to detect failure
Have no single point of failure
Handle system changes
Starfish and octopi
Metric measurements and electric currents
A CDMS must support a variety of workloads. In addition to traditional Online Transaction Processing (OLTP) applications, it should also scale for which of these popular tasks?
Taking out the trash
Mowing the lawn
A CDMS must support ____________ to enable users to update and redefine data as their applications change?
IPads
Elastic bands and scrunchies
A CDMS must persist data as each task requires. Therefore, it must be flexible and work with many storage systems, including:
Shoe boxes of receipts
Coffee cans of coins
A CDMS should automatically present its users the view of a single, logical and always available database. One strategy developers use to achieve higher transactional throughput on traditional databases is:
Chipping away
**Sharding
Man-handling
Divvying
A CDMS should enable policy-driven, zero-admin services that manage the system as a whole. A CDMS should make it simple to automate which of these tasks?
Change management
Reflective thought
**Profiling
Measuring stuff
A CDMS must keep what two elements of a database independent from one another?
Proteins and carbs
Signaling and labeling

Intelligent Data Science

What was its alternate name before?
**Datalogy
Data-learning
Datanology
Dat-logy
What's another name for data science?
Information-focused science
Data-focused science
It doesn't employ techniques found under one of the following?
Statistics
Information science
**Physics
Computer science
Which of the following technique comes under practical machine learning?
None of the mentioned
Forecasting
____________ is a multidisciplinary which involves extraction of knowledge from large volumes of data that are structured or unstructured.
Descriptive Analysis
None of the mentioned
Which of the following is definition of Raw Data?
Processed Data
Easy to use for data analysis
None of the Mentioned
**Corrgram
Triangle
Histogram
Boxplot
Which of the following is performed by Data Scientist?
Define the question
All of the Mentioned
Create reproducible code
Software programmer
Mathematician
Statistician
Data visualization
Statistics
All of the mentioned
**KNN
K-Mean
CNN
RNN
Which of the following can be considered as random variable ?
The outcome of exam
The outcome of flip of a coin
Weighted Average is used in:
Classification
Above All
Regression
**Forecasting
Which of the following of a random variable is a measure of spread?
All of the mentioned
Variance
Empirical mean
<__________ is the standard deviation of a sampling distribution.
Simple error
Sampling error
Point out the correct statement:
None of the Mentioned
Data Cleaning focuses on prediction, based on known properties learned from the training data.
Which of the following model is usually gold standard for data analysis?
All of the mentioned
Casual
Descriptive
**Inferential
Why Machine Learning in Data Science?
For Cleaning
All the above
Which of the following is characteristic of Processed Data?
Hard to use for data analysis
Data is not ready for analysis
Which of the following testing is concerned with making decisions using data?
None of the mentioned
Casual
Probability
**Hypothesis
3V's in Big Data
Volume, Viscous, Velocity
Velocity, Victory, Volume
**Volume, Velocity, Variety
None of the above
Sequential Modelling is done on
ANN
CNN
**RNN
KNN
Which of the following are "Measures of Central Tendency"?
Mean,Range, Mode
**Mode, Mean, Median
Mean, Standard Deviation, Range
Range, Standard Deviation, Variance

Python

What is the value of the expression 100 / 25?
**4.0
3.0
4.5
5.0
In Python, a variable must be declared before it is assigned a value:
Somewhat true
None
Given the file dog_breeds.txt, which of the following is the correct way to open the file for reading as a text file?
Open('dog_breeds.txt', 'rb')
Open('dog_breeds.txt', 'w')
Open('dog_breeds.txt', 'wb')
**Open('dog_breeds.txt')
Given the file jack_russell.png, which of the following is the correct way to open the file for reading as a binary file?
Open('jack_russell.png', 'wb')
Open('jack_russell.png', 'r')
**Open('jack_russell.png', 'rb')
Open('jack_russell.png')
Whenever possible, what is the recommended way to ensure that a file object is properly closed after usage?
By using the try/finally block
By using the if/else statement
When reading a file using the file object, what method is best for reading the entire file into a single string?
.readline()
**.read()
.readlines()
.read_file_to_str()
Consider the following sequence of statements: n = 300 m = n Following execution of these statements, Python has created how many objects and how many references?
One object, one reference
Two object, one reference
Which of the following are valid Python variable names:
Ver1.3
Return
6root66
**Home_address
Which of the following are Python reserved words (keywords):
Goto
Default
And
**Class
Using the same directory structure as before: animals/ │ ├── feline/ ← cwd │ ├── lions.gif │ └── tigers.gif │ ├── ursine/ │ └── bears.gif │ └── animals.csv Assuming that the current working directory(cwd) is in the feline folder, what is the relative path to the file bears.gif?
../ursine/bears.path
../ursine/bears.jif
**../ursine/bears.gif
None
Which of these could python run without errors?
X = 5 if x < 10 print("hi")
<Both
Neither
Python writes data on screen using which function?
Cout
(display )
**Print()
Echo
Console.log()
System.out.println()
Python can recognise this data:
"hello"
**Yes
No
Sometimes
Python can recognise this data:
56.97
**Yes
No
**Sometimes
Python can recognise this data:
computer
**Yes
No
**Sometimes
Python can recognise this code:
3 + 6 * 8
**Yes
No
Sometimes
This program is full of errors. What do you need to change to make it correct?
cat_weight = 45
if cat_wieght = 50;
print your cat is healthy
else:
print unhealthy
The variable name has been spelled wrong
Variable names should start with $
If statements end in a colon, not semicolon
Instructions underneath an if and an else should be indented by 4 spaces
Every line ends in a semicolon
Words that python should understand should be "surrounded by quotes".
You have to say what type of data something is when you declare a variable.
Else statements end in a semicolon, not a colon
Print() should always be written with brackets
You should use ==, not = to check if two things are equal
You should always include units when working with numbers in Python
Which operator performs which operation?
+
-
*
/
%
What does Python use to store values?
Python will run this program without errors:
print("hello")
True
False
Python will run this program without errors:
print(765.9908)
print("that was a number")
True
False
The output of this program will be?
print("5+7+2")
14
12
**5+7+2
Nothing. It will return an error.
What structure do you use to let the computer make decisions in Python?
Because structure
Decide statement
What will the output of this program be?
print("Hello")
text = "This is a number"
print("Hi, " + text)
number = 4
print(box + 2)
print(box * 2)
print(box * box - box)
HelloHi, This is a number6812
HelloHi, This is a number6812
Nothing, it will return an error
HelloHi, textbox2boxboxbox
HelloThis is a numberHi, 4box2boxboxboxbox-box
This program will run without errors:
print(x)
x = 3
print(x+3)
True
False
What optional part can you add to an if statement?
Who
**Else
Then
Nothing
This type of error message occurs when a command is miss-typed.
Runtime error
Semantic Error
Compiler Error
A category of values. The types we have seen so far are integers (type int), floatingpointnumbers (type float), and strings (type str).
A programming statement that allows a block of code to be repeated as long as acondition is true.
What program do you run to enter the Python editor?
Windows
Python
**Idle
Interactive Mode
The >>> symbol in Python is known as the _______.
**Prompt
Cursor
Whack
Float
Within Python, there are two different modes. Which mode is instant and runs a line of code the second the user presses 'enter'?
Editor
Shell
Loop
**For
While
If
Nested
What is a loop?
A symbol or set of symbols that represents an action or comparison and returns a result,such as +, -, *, //, , ==, and so on.
An input variable to a function, specified in the function’s definition
While coding, programmers often make notes to themselves or other programmers. These notes left behind by programmers are called comments. When adding a comment, what symbol must the programmer add to tell Python to overlook this line in the code?
**#
>>>>
()
[]
"Reserved words" in Python are also known as _______. These words and reserved by Python for particular functions. When these words are typed they change to a different color in the code.
Shortcuts
Index
Variables
**Keywords
In the range 0-10, what numbers are being counted?
1-10
**0-9
0-10
John Cena
Type your answer here:
What is an operator?
A variable containing information about a single instance of a class, such as a singlesprite from the Sprite class.
A special, reserved word that means something in a particular programming language.
An input variable to a function, specified in the function’s definition.
<The values the operator is applied to are called _____.
Intergers
Types
**Operands
Variables
("What is your name?") is a _________.
**String
Loop
Operator
Variable
Turtle is a _________ built into Python that performs drawing functions.
Program
Command
**Module
Keyword
When giving a value to a variable it is known as a ________.
Script
<Semantics
Parse
What is the purpose of the eval() function?
A set of instructions that is repeated until a condition is reached.
A sequence of characters, which can include letters, numbers, symbols, punctuation,and spacing
The spelling and grammar rules of a programming language.
T = turtle
<Turtle
Turtle.Pen
In the following statement identify the variable.t = turtle.Pen
**T
=
Turtle.Pen
""
[] indicates a _____.
Loop
String
Value
**List
A whole number such as 6 is seen in Python as what type?
String
Float
** Integer
Operand
The number 3.5 is seen in Python as this type.
String
Float
**Integer
Operand
This type of loop runs inside of another loop.
For
While
**Nested
If
This loop, also known as the game loop, runs until a condition is met.
For
**While
Nested
If
What is a value?
A type that represents sequences of characters.
The structure of a program.

Reference

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