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[1] A computer system is made up how how many components?

Choice a 1 Choice b 2 Choice c 3 Choice d 4

[2] ________ is a set of interacting components that operate together to accomplish a purpose. Choice a System Choice b processing Choice c programming Choice d Printing

[3] ________ approach is needed to develop larger systems, which are becoming increasingly complex. Choice a formal Choice b informal Choice c ad-hoc Choice d none of the above

[4] A system which provides information to people in an organisation is called _________ Choice a processing system Choice b information system

Choice c communication system Choice d priviledged system

[5] A computer system is made up of which of the following components Choice a a computer Choice b a file Choice c a terminal Choice d all of the above

[6] A system can be made of any number of ________ Choice a supersystems Choice b subsystems Choice c processors Choice d system boundaries

[7] _______ principle defines the components that make up the system Choice a system boundary Choice b system input Choice c system output Choice d goal-setting

[8] Which of the following computer system components is used for data storage? Choice a computer Choice b terminal Choice c file Choice d Processor

[9] The _________ acts as input to the system and the_________ acts as output to the computer system. Choice a terminal, data storage Choice b data storage, terminal Choice c processor, terminal Choice d terminal, processor

[10] ________ processes help to organize manpower that carry out the system development work for system efficiency & effectiveness. Choice a formal Choice b management Choice c informal Choice d ad-hoc

[11] _______ approaches are used to build simple informational support needs like address book or spreadsheet for accounting. Choice a formal Choice b

informal Choice c ad-hoc Choice d none of the above

[12] ________ principle defines exactly what the system is supposed to achieve Choice a system input Choice b system output Choice c Goal-setting Choice d system boundary

[13] The creation of a new system in business involves which of the following activities Choice a choosing the right problem to solve Choice b proposing a feasible way to solve Choice c describing solution in a system specification Choice d all of the above

[14] An important principle in system behavior is ________ Choice a goal setting Choice b system boundary Choice c feedback Choice d system output

[15] An information system that uses computers is __________ system. Choice a information system Choice b computer-based information system Choice c communication system Choice d processing system

[16] Which of the following computer system components provides interface for user interaction? Choice a terminal Choice b computer Choice c processor Choice d File

[17] Anything outside the system boundary is known as the _________. Choice a system input Choice b system output Choice c Goal-setting Choice d system environment

[18] A computer based information system (CBIS) involves which of the following elements Choice a procedures Choice b data Choice c

both 1 & 2 Choice d Processes

[19] Business process re-engineering means ---Choice a Increasing the use of computers in the business process. Choice b Reducing the manpower in the business process. Choice c Changing an existing business process. Choice d All of the above

[20] __________ information system helps various decision makers identify and choose between options or decisions Choice a TIS Choice b DSS Choice c EIS Choice d MIS

[21] The ________ building blocks automate selected processes by use of software technologies Choice a knowledge Choice b process Choice c communication Choice d all of the above

[22] _________ supports internal business operations of an organization as well as reaches out to suppliers Choice a front office information system Choice b middle office information system Choice c Back-office information system Choice d none of the above

[23] How does the subsystems communicate with each other Choice a through DMA Choice b through processor Choice c by passing messages between themselves Choice d all of the above

[24] _________ help us to understand complex system in nature Choice a System theory Choice b project theory Choice c process theory Choice d information theory

[25] A _______ are the physical objects & information that cross the boundary to enter it from its environment Choice a Goal-setting Choice b systems inputs

Choice c system boundaries Choice d system environment

[26] Which of the following are the principles of systems which are with system structure and system behavior? Choice a Goal-setting Choice b System boundary Choice c systems inputs Choice d all of the above

[27] _______ is the idea of monitoring the current system output and comparing it to the system goal Choice a feedback Choice b goal-setting Choice c message passing Choice d system environment

[28] Which of the following functions are common to the various types of information systems Choice a Communication system Choice b Collaboration System Choice c Office Automation Systems Choice d all of the above

[29] In an information system the business process is devoted to Choice a capturing Choice b transmitting Choice c storing data as input Choice d all of the above

[30] Documents include Choice a system specifications Choice b actual programs Choice c designs Choice d all of the above

[1] ________ principle defines exactly what the system is supposed to achieve Choice a system input Choice b system output Choice c Goal-setting Choice d system boundary

[2] A computer system is made up of which of the following components Choice a a computer Choice b a file

Choice c a terminal Choice d all of the above

[3] Which of the following computer system components provides interface for user interaction? Choice a terminal Choice b computer Choice c processor Choice d File

[4] A system can be made of any number of ________ Choice a supersystems Choice b subsystems Choice c processors Choice d system boundaries

[5] ________ processes help to organize manpower that carry out the system development work for system efficiency & effectiveness. Choice a formal Choice b management Choice c informal Choice d ad-hoc

[6] _______ principle defines the components that make up the system Choice a system boundary Choice b system input Choice c system output Choice d goal-setting

[7] An information system that uses computers is __________ system. Choice a information system Choice b computer-based information system Choice c communication system Choice d processing system

[8] A system which provides information to people in an organisation is called _________ Choice a processing system Choice b information system Choice c communication system Choice d priviledged system

[9] An important principle in system behavior is ________ Choice a goal setting Choice b system boundary

Choice c feedback Choice d system output

[10] The creation of a new system in business involves which of the following activities Choice a choosing the right problem to solve Choice b proposing a feasible way to solve Choice c describing solution in a system specification Choice d all of the above

[11] ________ approach is needed to develop larger systems, which are becoming increasingly complex. Choice a formal Choice b informal Choice c ad-hoc Choice d none of the above

[12] _______ approaches are used to build simple informational support needs like address book or spreadsheet for accounting. Choice a formal Choice b informal Choice c ad-hoc Choice d none of the above

[13] ________ is a set of interacting components that operate together to accomplish a purpose. Choice a System Choice b processing Choice c programming Choice d Printing

[14] A computer system is made up how how many components? Choice a 1 Choice b 2 Choice c 3 Choice d 4

[15] The _________ acts as input to the system and the_________ acts as output to the computer system. Choice a terminal, data storage Choice b data storage, terminal Choice c processor, terminal Choice d terminal, processor

[16] Anything outside the system boundary is known as the _________. Choice a system input

Choice b system output Choice c Goal-setting Choice d system environment

[17] Which of the following computer system components is used for data storage? Choice a computer Choice b terminal Choice c file Choice d Processor

[18] A computer based information system (CBIS) involves which of the following elements Choice a procedures Choice b data Choice c both 1 & 2 Choice d Processes

[19] Which of the following are the basic building blocks of any information system? Choice a knowledge building blocks Choice b process building blocks Choice c communication building blocks Choice d all of the above

[20] The ________ building blocks automate selected processes by use of software technologies Choice a knowledge Choice b process Choice c communication Choice d all of the above

[21] Before learning the process of building information systems you would need to understand the _______ that you are trying to build Choice a product Choice b process Choice c project Choice d all of the above

[22] __________ information system helps various decision makers identify and choose between options or decisions Choice a TIS Choice b DSS Choice c EIS Choice d MIS

[23] How does the subsystems communicate with each other Choice a through DMA

Choice b through processor Choice c by passing messages between themselves Choice d all of the above

[24] A _______ are the physical objects & information that cross the boundary to enter it from its environment Choice a Goal-setting Choice b systems inputs Choice c system boundaries Choice d system environment

[25] _________ help us to understand complex system in nature Choice a System theory Choice b project theory Choice c process theory Choice d information theory

[26] Which of the following are the principles of systems which are with system structure and system behavior? Choice a Goal-setting Choice b System boundary Choice c systems inputs Choice d

all of the above

[27] _______ is the idea of monitoring the current system output and comparing it to the system goal Choice a feedback Choice b goal-setting Choice c message passing Choice d system environment

[28] The _________ building blocks capture and store business data using database technologies Choice a process Choice b communication Choice c knowledge Choice d all of the above

[29] In an information system the business process is devoted to Choice a capturing Choice b transmitting Choice c storing data as input Choice d all of the above

[30] Documents include Choice a

system specifications Choice b actual programs Choice c designs Choice d all of the above

[1] Which of the following computer system components provides interface for user interaction? Choice a terminal Choice b computer Choice c processor Choice d File

[2] Which of the following computer system components is used for data storage? Choice a computer Choice b terminal Choice c file Choice d Processor

[3] _______ approaches are used to build simple informational support needs like address book or spreadsheet for accounting. Choice a formal Choice b informal Choice c ad-hoc

Choice d none of the above

[4] An information system that uses computers is __________ system. Choice a information system Choice b computer-based information system Choice c communication system Choice d processing system

[5] ________ approach is needed to develop larger systems, which are becoming increasingly complex. Choice a formal Choice b informal Choice c ad-hoc Choice d none of the above

[6] ________ principle defines exactly what the system is supposed to achieve Choice a system input Choice b system output Choice c Goal-setting Choice d system boundary

[7] The _________ acts as input to the system and the_________ acts as output to the computer system.

Choice a terminal, data storage Choice b data storage, terminal Choice c processor, terminal Choice d terminal, processor

[8] ________ processes help to organize manpower that carry out the system development work for system efficiency & effectiveness. Choice a formal Choice b management Choice c informal Choice d ad-hoc

[9] A computer system is made up how how many components? Choice a 1 Choice b 2 Choice c 3 Choice d 4

[10] Anything outside the system boundary is known as the _________. Choice a system input Choice b system output Choice c Goal-setting

Choice d system environment

[11] The creation of a new system in business involves which of the following activities Choice a choosing the right problem to solve Choice b proposing a feasible way to solve Choice c describing solution in a system specification Choice d all of the above

[12] ________ is a set of interacting components that operate together to accomplish a purpose. Choice a System Choice b processing Choice c programming Choice d Printing

[13] A system can be made of any number of ________ Choice a supersystems Choice b subsystems Choice c processors Choice d system boundaries

[14] _______ principle defines the components that make up the system

Choice a system boundary Choice b system input Choice c system output Choice d goal-setting

[15] An important principle in system behavior is ________ Choice a goal setting Choice b system boundary Choice c feedback Choice d system output

[16] A computer system is made up of which of the following components Choice a a computer Choice b a file Choice c a terminal Choice d all of the above

[17] A system which provides information to people in an organisation is called _________ Choice a processing system Choice b information system Choice c communication system

Choice d priviledged system

[18] A computer based information system (CBIS) involves which of the following elements Choice a procedures Choice b data Choice c both 1 & 2 Choice d Processes

[19] _________ information systems capture and reproduce the knowledge of an expert problem solver or decision maker and then simulate the thinking of that expert Choice a management Choice b communication Choice c expert Choice d Formal

[20] In the Process block of the IS architecture framework the System Users are interested in Choice a Adding business Knowledge Choice b Adding the details of the Business processes Choice c adding communication Choice d Data

[21] __________ information system helps various decision makers identify and choose between options or decisions

Choice a TIS Choice b DSS Choice c EIS Choice d MIS

[22] Which of the following statements regarding the flatter structure is TRUE? Choice a Each individual in the group must also have some understanding of the functions carried out by other groups with which the individual coordinates. Choice b Each individual in the group must have same skill sets so that the group can achieve the goal of the organization. Choice c Each individual must be the part of more than one group so that he can share the information among different groups. Choice d Each individual in the group must function independently and there will not be any team leader coordinating the work of the group.

[23] _________ help us to understand complex system in nature Choice a System theory Choice b project theory Choice c process theory Choice d information theory

[24] How does the subsystems communicate with each other Choice a through DMA Choice b

through processor Choice c by passing messages between themselves Choice d all of the above

[25] A _______ are the physical objects & information that cross the boundary to enter it from its environment Choice a Goal-setting Choice b systems inputs Choice c system boundaries Choice d system environment

[26] Which of the following are the principles of systems which are with system structure and system behavior? Choice a Goal-setting Choice b System boundary Choice c systems inputs Choice d all of the above

[27] _______ is the idea of monitoring the current system output and comparing it to the system goal Choice a feedback Choice b goal-setting Choice c message passing Choice d

system environment

[28] Information systems in organizations are developed by using _______ & ________ Choice a system theory, system boundary Choice b system analysis, design Choice c system environment, system design Choice d system boundary, system environment

[29] In an information system the business process is devoted to Choice a capturing Choice b transmitting Choice c storing data as input Choice d all of the above

[30] Documents include Choice a system specifications Choice b actual programs Choice c designs Choice d all of the above