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  • 1. LESSON 41 Data, Information And Information Systems 1. Data is_____________ A. a collection of facts B. useful if it is organised C. a collection of information D. useful if it is not organised C. video D. photo 9. Collecting and processing data are among the functions of an information __________. A. file B. system C. storage D. component 2. Information is______________ that is valuable and meaningful to a specific user. A. raw data B. picture data C. primary data D. organised data 3. video picture document multimedia When ______ is arranged and organised in a meaningful way, it becomes information. A. file B. data C. folder D. document 5. 10. When data is arranged in a _________way, it becomes information. A. top down B. ascending C. descending D. meaningful Output is usually in the form of ________ A. B. C. D. 4. SCORE Which of the following is NOT an example of audio data? A. Voice B. Tones C. Sound D. Numerical 11. Which of the following is NOT a component of information system? A. collect data B. process data C. transfer data D. provide information 12. W is in the form of documents. What is “W”? A. Input B. Output C. Process D. Input device 6. An information system is a set of related components that I. collects data II. processes data III. provides information IV. makes strategies for company A. I, II and III B. I, II and IV C. II, III and IV D. I, III and IV 13. Process involves ________________ data. I. storing II. printing III. calculating IV. comparing 7. Which data type consists of sentences and paragraphs? A. Text B. Audio C. Image D. Alphanumeric 14. When ____________ is arranged together, they can be put into a meaningful relationship. A. data B. video C. image D. information system 8. A. B. C. D. I, II and III I, II and IV I, III and IV II, III and IV Data consisting of moving images are known as _________________data. A. text B. audio 1 ICT WORKSHEET, FORM 5
  • 2. LESSON 42 Usage of Information Systems in Various Fields 1. We can use_____________to keep track of student statistics. A. Office Systems B. Payroll Systems C. Student Information Systems D. Learning Management Systems 2. Learning Management Systems are used to help students and teachers in online______ A. copying and writing B. booking and learning C. learning and discussion D. gaming and entertainment 3. In retail companies, information systems are used in online I. buying II. selling III. chatting IV. repairing A. B. C. D. I and II II and III II and IV III and IV 4. In the transportation industry, information systems are used to __________________. A. attract customers B. receive customer feedbacks C. organise the records of employees D. plan the delivery of goods and services SCORE A. transportation industry B. marketing management C. manufacturing management D. human resource management 8. Which of the following uses information system to buy and sell online? A. Retail company B. Learning management C. Transportation industry D. Human resource management 9. In marketing management, information systems are used to A. analyse products and services. B. answer complaints and feedbacks. C. accept online requests and suggestions. D. ask for information and communications. 10. Information systems are used in the areas of ___________, business andmanagement. A. enquiries B. education C. examination D. entertainment 11. Which of the following uses information system in online learning and discussion? A. Learning Strategies Class B. Learning Strategies System C. Learning Management Course D. Learning Management System 5. In __________ management, information systems are used to analyse products and services. A. student B. learning C. marketing D. human resource 12. In __________________, information systems are used to process customer orders. A. business courses B. marketing studies C. learning management D. manufacturing management 6. In _____________ management, information systems are used to see employees' records. A. marketing B. transportation C. manufacturing D. human resource 13. In the ____________________, information systems are used to help plan the delivery of goods and services. A. business magazines B. advertising brochures C. transportation industry D. manufacturing factories 7. “Information systems used to process customer orders and organise production times.” This statement refers to
  • 3. LESSON 43 SCORE Information System Components SCORE Information systems personnel Computer peripherals Guidelines Processed information Operating system End users 1. A _______________ monitors database security and solves errors. A. Computer systems user Organised facts B. system analyst C. system designer User manuals D. Application software database administrator 2. A ________analyses the customer's needs by providing specifications to customers. A. user B. system analyst C. system designer D. database administrator 3. A __________designs database according to the specifications given by system analysts. A. system analyst B. system designer C. system manager
  • 4. D. system programmer 4. End users are people who use information systems. They can be I. clerks II. customers III. managers IV. system analysts A. B. C. D. I, II and III I, II and IV I, III and IV II, III and IV 5. Information system personnel are I. system analyst II. system designer III. multimedia developer IV. database administrator A. I, II and III B. I, II and IV C. I, III and IV D. II, III and IV 6. The hardware component in an information system means all A. compact discs, storage devices and various computer program. B. computer equipment used to perform input, processing and output functions. C. computer equipment and components sold in a computer hardware shop. D. computer devices, data media and other materials such books, manuals and guides. 7. Hardware can be divided into A. computer desktops only. B. computer equipments and media. C. computer programs and accessories. D. hardware devices and computer software. 8 The A. B. C. D. ___________ component in an information system consists of programs for the computers. data people software hardware 9 There are two types of software : system software and ______software. A. testing B. apparatus C. application D. human resource 10. Operating system programs are examples of _______________ software. A. startup B. backup C. system D. transactions
  • 5. 11. Procedures are operating instructions. They are made up of A. software and hardware. B. guidelines in user manuals. C. data processing and output. D. systems control and performance. 12. Hardware resources include all data media on which data are recorded, such as A. paper, notebook and servers. B. paper, hard drives and hard covers. C. paper, floppy disks and compact discs. D. paper, keyboards and compact disc players. 13. An information system is a set of related components that ______________. I. collect data II. process data III. provide information IV. make multimedia presentation A. B. C. D. I, II and III I, II and IV I, III and IV II, III and IV
  • 6. LESSON 44 Types Of Information Systems SCORE Transaction Processing System to store knowledge and make logical suggestions for the user Executive Information System to provide regular Information to managers Decision Support System to record business transactions Management Information System to help top-level management in a business company Expert System to help managers make right decisions in important areas of business 1. Management Information System is to help managers make the processes and activities of a business to__________. A. react to situations B. run more efficiently C. behave in a smooth way D. operate at the highest cost 5. Executive Information Systems are used to support ____________by top-level executives. A. preparation B. participation C. documentation D. planning strategies 2. Transaction Processing System is used to __________ business transactions. A. repeat B. record C. reprint D. register 6. Expert System stores knowledge and makes ________suggestions. A. logical B. systematic C. qualitative D. quantitative 3. Decision Support System is used to help managers ____ in important areas of business. A. make right decisions B. manage people in a company C. receive payment over the Internet D. call important people with the telephone 7. Which of the following can be used to forecast future trends? A. Expert System B. Executive Information System C. Transaction Processing System D. Management Information System 4. Online banking is the example of A. Decision Support System B. Executive Information System C. Transaction Processing System D. Management Information System 8. Executive Information System is used to ________ future trends. A. decide B. change C. manage D. forecast
  • 7. LESSON 45 Hierarchy Of Data A record SCORE consists of eight bits and represents a character. A field the smallest unit of meaningful information in the database. A byte the smallest unit of data stored in the computer. A bit a collection of related records. A file a collection of related fields. SCORE
  • 8. LESSON 46 Database 1. A __________ is a structured collection of information on specific subject. A. file B. data C. database D. document 2. We can think of a database as an ___system. A. an electronic filing B. a decision support C. a receive information D. an analyse information 3. A __________ is an example of database. A. calculator B. video games C. telephone book D. computer device 4. A database allows its contents to be easily I. stored II. updated III. accessed IV. formatted A. I, II and III B. I, II and IV C. I, III and IV D. II, III and IV 5. To access information from a database, you need a A. an Accounting System. B. a Parts Inventory System. C. a School Registration System. D. a Database Management System. 6. Database Management System is a program that enables you to __________ information from a database. I. store II. modify III. format IV. extract A. I, II and III B. I, II and IV C. I, III and IV D. II, III and IV 7. Database Management System provides an interface between the database and the ______. A. file B. text C. user D. hardware 8. Examples of DBMS are I. Oracle II. SQL Server III. Microsoft Word IV. Microsoft Access A. I, II and III B. I, II and IV C. I, III and IV D. II, III and IV 9. A DBMS is a ____________ that accesses information from a database. A. script B. program C. hardware D. component 10. The collection of organised information refers to _____________. A. file B. data C. folder D. database 11. The_____________ allows its contents to be easily accessed, updated, stored and retrieved. A. field B. records C. database D. management 12. Where does a Database Management System access information from? A. File B. Folder C. Database D. Management file 13. W allows contents to be retrieved and used. What is “W”? A. Data B. DBMS C. Database D. Input devices
  • 9. LESSON 47 Benefits of Using Database 1. One of the benefits of database is to _____ A. transform data to other format B. access information easier C. differentiate software and hardware credits D. develop the application software based on run-time 2. Most data items are stored in __________ . A. one file B. two files C. four files D. three files 3. 4. A database _____________. A. duplicates the data B. improves data integrity C. causes data to be formatted D. provides an interface to user With a __________ , there is no need to repeat recording the same data. A. file B. repor t C. folde r D. data base 5. The benefits of database are: I.minimises data redundancy II.makes information access easier III.allows data formatting IV.ensures that data is correct for all files A. B. C. D. I, II and III I, II and IV I, III and IV II, III and IV 6. The advantages of database are the following EXCEPT _______________. A. data can be formatted B. makes information access easier C. having to record details only once D. data can be shared over a network 7. Ensuring that data is correct for all files are called data __________. A. sharing B. integrity C. checking D. correction SCORE 8. When a user modifies data in the database, automatically the same data will ____ in all files. A. create B. change C. improve D. remain the same 9. Which of the following is a benefit of data integrity? A. Records can be shared B. Easy information access C. Ensures the data is correct D. Minimises data redundancy 10. Data integrity causes the modification of data in one file to be ____changed in other files. A. manually B. randomly C. selectively D. automatically 11. Why does database make information access easy? A. Faster data deletion B. Random data correction C. Data sharing over the network D. Data can be formatted over the network 12. These are the overall benefits of database EXCEPT ___________ . A. sharing data B. formatting data C. accessing data D. correcting data 13. "A school database would record a student’s name, address and other details only once" refers to the benefit of _______________. A. ensuring data integrity B. accessing information easily C. minimising data redundancy D. ensuring data is correct for all files 14. “The data of an account department can be shared by the marketing department” is under the benefits of _________________. A. ensuring data integrity B. minimising data redundancy C. ensuring data is correct for all files D. sharing database over the network
  • 10. LESSON 48 Features of Microsoft Access 1.Which objects can be found in Objects bar? I. Forms II. Queries III. Reports IV. Datasheet A. I, II and IV B. I, II and III C. I, III and IV D. II, III and IV 2. What are the examples of the Database objects? I. Tables II. Queries III. Design View IV. Datasheet View A. I and II B. II and III C. I and IV D. II and IV 3. The Menu Bar contains a group of related A. texts B. documents C. commands D. database objects 4. The Database Title Bar displays the _______ of the open database. A. form B. table C. name D. document 5. The Database Toolbar contains ________ that you click to carry out commands. A. files B. keys C. buttons SCORE D. objects 6. You can use Microsoft Access to store a large collection of ____________. A. programs B. information C. documents D. presentations 7. A __________ summarises information from the database. A. Form B. Table C. Query D. Report 8. Microsoft Access is _________program. A. a text B. an audio C. a database D. a multimedia 9. You can use __________to store information in a database. A. Chart B. Tables C. Diagram D. Database Toolbar 10. A __________ provides an easy way to view and enter information into a database. A. Form B. Table C. Query D. Report 11. Reports are one of the Database ________ in Microsoft Access. A. lists B. files C. objects D. properties
  • 11. LESSON 49 Features of Table, Query, Form and Report 1 A __________ stores a collection of information about a specific topic. A. line B. table C. folder D. column 2 A __________ is a request of a specific data from a database A. task B. query C. report D. worksheet 3. What are the examples of database objects? I. Forms II. Books III. Queries I. Records A. B. C. D. I and II I and III II and III III and IV SCORE 4. A __________ is an interface to enter information in the database. A. form B. table C. report D. document 5 In a Table, each row shows the information for __________. A. one file B. one field C. one query D. one record 6 A __________ summarises the information from the database. A. Form B. Table C. Query D. Report 7 Which method is fast and easy to use when creating a form? A. Design B. Wizard C. Preview D. Datasheet
  • 12. SCORE LESSON 50 Relationship Between Field, Record and File 1. Field is a specific category of_____ in a table. A. row B. column C. information D. relationship 2. Which is a collection of fields about a person, place or thing in a table? A. File B. Folder C. Record D. Relation 3. Tuple is an alternative name for __________. A. file B. table C. record D. relation 4. The __________ consist of several data types such as text, date or numerical data. A. files B. books C. folders D. records 5. File is a set of ______ arranged in rows and columns. A. data B. folder C. relation D. document 6. In a database________ consists of records. A. text B. file C. folder D. document 7. Relation is another alternative name for ____. A. file B. tuple C. record D. column 8. A file must have _______ and _________. I. table II. fields III. records IV. relations A. I and II B. I and III C. II and III D. III and IV 9. The components of a _______ are rows and columns. A. field B. data C. table D. record 10. A record is also known as the____ or _____. I. row II. field III. tuple IV. column A. I and II B. I and III C. II and III D. II and IV 11. Y is also known as a table or relation. What is “Y”? A. File B. Field C. Record D. Document 12. What is a record made up of? A. Files B. Fields C. Forms D. Formats 13. What is a record? A. A collection of files B. A coIIection of discs C. A collection of fields D. A collection of documents 14. A field is also known as ____________. A. row B. table C. column D. relation 15. What is a file made up of?
  • 13. A. B. Lines and rows Rows and records C. Fields and records D. Relation and database LESSON 51 Primary Key and Foreign Key 1. Primary key must not have________ values. A. null B. single C. double D. character 2. A primary key is the field that __________ represents each record in a table. A. uniquely B. generally C. commonly D. individually 3. A foreign key is the field that __________ the primary key in another table. A. inserts B. deletes C. merges D. matches 4. Each __________in the database can have at least one primary key. A. form B. table C. report D. relationship 5. While ________ must have unique values, __________ may have duplicate values. A. foreign keys, foreign keys B. primary keys, foreign keys C. foreign keys, primary keys D. primary keys, primary keys 6. Why is the primary key so important in the table? I. It contains null values. II. It helps to avoid duplicate records. III. It prevents null values being entered in the unique field. IV. It ensures data integrity by uniquely representing each record. A. I, II and III B. I, III and IV C. II, III and IV D. I, II, and IV 7. A primary key ensures _________ by uniquely representing each record. A. input integrity B. data integrity SCORE C. data correction D. record modification D. record modification 8. The importance of a primary key is to I. do analysis II. make calculations III. avoid duplicate records IV. prevent null values in the unique field A. I and II B. I and IV C. II and IV D. III and IV 9. P matches the primary key in another table. What is "P"? A. Foreign key B. Unique field C. Common key D. Unique identifier 10. Which of the following best describes the primary key? A. Column or row in a table. B. Table that matches other data. C. Value equals to another foreign key. D. Field that uniquely represents each record in a table. 11. Which of the following does NOT apply to primary key? A. It ensures data integrity. B. It helps to open locked files. C. It helps to avoid duplicate records D. It prevents null values in the unique field. 12. The importance of the primary key: I. prevents null values II. ensures data integrity III. improves data format IV. causes duplicated records A. I and II B. I and III C. II and IV D. III and IV 13. Q is the field which uniquely identifies each record in a table. What is "Q"? A. B. Primary key Foreign key
  • 14. C. Common key D. Duplicate key
  • 15. LESSON 52 Relationship between Primary Key and Foreign Key 1. Connections between fields of related tables having common values are called_____________ A. B. C. D. 2. 3. families relatives interactions relationships A __________ prevents repeating data in a table. A. primary key B . general key C. identical key D. common key A relationship works by matching data in __________ fields, usually a field with the same name in both tables. A. B. C. D. key same common separate 4 The matching fields are the __________ key from one table and a foreign key in the other table. A. foreign B. genera l C. primar y D. second ary SCORE 5. Select the importance of relationship between the primary & foreign key I. Ensures the data consistency from table to table II. Makes creating queries, forms and reports more difficult. II. Reduces the need to repeatedly enter the same data item. III. IV. A primary key in a table can be a foreign key of the other table. A. B. C. D. 6. I, II and III I, II and IV I, III and IV II, III and IV A ____________ in a table can be a __________ of the other table. A. B. C. D. primary key, foreign key foreign key, general key primary key, secondary key secondary key, foreign key 7. X improves data performance by relating smaller tables into meaningful database. What is "X"? A. B. C. D. Foreign key Primary key Common key Secondary key 8. What are the connections between fields of related tables having common values? A. Interactions B. Partnerships C. Relation files
  • 16. D. Relationships
  • 17. SCORE LESSON 53 Database Object-Table 1. Tables are one of the Database __________ in Microsoft Access. A. files B. icons C. objects D. properties 2. Which of these are the database objects? I. Forms II. Reports III. Queries IV. Records A. B. C. D. I, II and IV I, III and IV I, II and III II, III and IV 3. The text data type can only contain _______ characters. A. 245 B. 250 C. 255 D. 256 4. All databases in Microsoft Access contain at least __________ table. A. z e r o B. o n e C. t w o D. t h r e e 5. Tables can be created by using any of these three methods which are: I. Wizard II. Datasheet III. Layout View IV. Design View A. B. C. D. I, II and III I, II and IV I, III and IV II, III and IV 6. Which of the data type that accepts RM25.50? A. Text B. Memo C. Currency D. Hyperlink 7. The ______________ data type will automatically number each record for the user. A. Text B. Currency C. Hyperlink D. AutoNumber 8. In ____________ you can customise your fields name and data types. A. AutoForm B. Design View C. Table Wizard D. Datasheet View 9. You can change the field size of a selected field from the __________. A. Field list B. Field view C. Field properties D. Field application 10. The data type determines the kind of data you can enter into a _________. A. file B. field C. design D. document 11. The Table Wizard offers many tables for both business and __________ use. A. personal B. account C. marketing D. administration 12. AutoNumber is a_____ number assigned automatically and in sequence to each new record. A. unique B. general C. common D. document
  • 18. 13. The acronym OLE stands for ___________. A. Object Linking and Electronic B. Object Layout and Embedding C. Object Linking and Embedding D. Object Limited and Embedding
  • 19. LESSON 54 Database Object-Query 1. You can create new Queries using _______ and __________. SCORE D. Structured Query Language, Design View 6. When creating a query using the Wizard, you need to select the _________ for the query. A. file B. key C. field D. record A _______ is a database object that retrieves specific information from a database. A. Form B. Query C. Report D. Request 7. You can switch between Datasheet and Design View of Queries by clicking on the _____. A. Edit button B. View button C. Menu button D. Window button A. Design View, Wizard B. Layout View, Wizard C. Print preview, Design View 2. 3. We can use ___________ to perform calculations on selected records. A. Form B. Table C. Report D. Queries 8. The _________ shows only the selected fields that meets the criteria. A. Hyperlink B. Form layout C. Query results D. Report results 4. Queries can be created by using two methods which are: 9. We can perform sorting either in ascending or ___________ order. A. searching B. increasing C. decreasing D. descending I. II. III. IV. A. B. C. D. Wizard Query View Design View Datasheet View I and II I and III II and IV III and IV 5. When creating a Query using Wizard, you have to specify the __________ that you want included in the query. A. Forms B. Fields C. Tables D. Reports 10. After a query is saved, it will be displayed in the ___________. A. SQL window B. Table window C. Query window D. Database window 11. A query gathers information from a __________ that fulfill the user's criteria. A. view B. Table C. document D. presentation
  • 20. SCORE LESSON 55 Database Object-Form 1. A ________ is a database object that allows users to add, modify and view information. A. Form B. Table C. Query D. Report 8 Columnar, Tabular, Datasheet and Justified are used to determine the ____________ of the information on the Form. A. layout and design B. colour and design C. number and symbol D. arrangement and position D. arrangement and position 2. 9. You can click on __________ of the Form, which effects its formatting and final appearance. A. file B. link C. style D. sheet You can create new Forms using ________ A. Design View B. Filter by form C. Datasheet View D. Structured Query Language 3. X is another method of creating Forms, besides using Design View. What is "X"? A. Wizard B. Datasheet View C. Form Properties D. Structured Query Language 4. We can use __________ View to change the design of a Form. A. Layout B. Report C. Design D. Datasheet 5. When you add new data into forms, you are __________ adding the data into the table. A. manually B. Increasingly C. deacreasingly D. automatically 6. You need to key in the __________ of the Form before you save it. A. file B. field C. name D. document 7. To create a Form, you can use __________. A. File or Report B. Table or Query C. Table or Report D. Query or Report 10. We can select __________ from Tables or Queries to create a new Form. A. files B. fields C. records D. database 11. In Design View, ___ the field to the location in the Form where you want it to appear.. A. drag B. insert C. release D. remove 12. We can create new controls as needed by clicking the suitable ___________ icon. A. File B. Edit C. Menu D. Toolbox 13. A Form is an organised and formatted view of selected fields from I. File II. Tables III. Papers IV. Queries A. B. C. D. I and II I and III II and III II and IV 14. What does this icon refer to? A. create new Form
  • 21. B. create new Table C. create new Report D. create new Query
  • 22. LESSON 56 Database Object-Report 1. A __________ is a database object that summaries information from the database. A. Form B. Table C. Query D. Report 2. Besides using Design View, you can use___________ to create new report. A. Wizard B. Report View C. Datasheet View D. Structured Query Language 3. Which of the following allows us to change the layout of a Report? A. Report View B. Design View C. Datasheet View D. Print Preview View 4. Reports can be created by using any of these methods which are: I. Wizard II. Design view III. Layout view IV. Datasheet view A. B. C. D. I and II I and IV II and III III and IV 5. You need to indicate the ________ of the Report either Portrait or Landscape. A. print style B. layout style C. document style D. orientation style 6. We can select Report on the Objects bar in the ________________. A. File window B. Edit window C. Modify window D. Database window SCORE 7. When designing a Report, you have to consider the audience and the level of ___________ they need. A. input B. layout C. process D. information 8. The Microsoft Access reports are based on the Tables or _________. A. Rows B. Queries C. Columns D. Datasheet 9. You need to specify the __________ that you want to include in the report. A. fields B. theme C. layout D. grouping 10. You need to indicate the ________ of the Report either Columnar, Tabular or Justified. A. print style B. layout style C. document style D. orientation style 11. In ____________, you can create label as needed by clicking the suitable toolbox button. A. Design view B. Report wizard C. Datasheet view D. Layout preview View 12. The order of records can be sorted according to I. increasing order II. ascending order III. decreasing order IV. descending order A. B. C. D. I and II I and III II and IV III and IV
  • 23. LESSON 57 Data Manipulation 1. The _______ operation is used for changing data in a database Table. A. Insert B. Delete C. Search D. Update 2. An Insert operation is used for _________ records to a database Table. A. adding B. deleting C. updating D. changing 3. The I. II. III. IV. A. B. C. D. basic operations of data manipulation Delete Format Update Calculation I and II I and III II and III III and IV 4. The ________operation can change the order that records appear in a Table. A. Sort B. Data C. Insert D. Delete 5. Sorting Text in ascending order will sort text in _________order. A. numerical B. descending C. alphabetical D. date and time 6. Sorting Number according to________ order will sort number from smallest to largest value. A. ascending B. descending C. alphabetical D. date and time 7. We can find some records that contain specific information in the database by using ______operation. A. Insert B. Delete C. Search D. Update SCORE 8. The Find and __________ features are ideal when you want to make the same changes to many records. A. Add B. View C. Delete D. Replace 9. We can use a ______ to find some specific records in a database. A. Form B. Table C. Query D. Report 10. “It displays only those records that match specifications.”Which type of operation is this statement referring to? A. Filter B. Insert C. Delete D. Update 11. The __________ operation is used when the user wants to find or locate specific data. A. Sort B. Delete C. Search D. Update 12. To arrange the records in ascending or descending order, we use__________ operation. A. Sort B. Insert C. Delete D. Update 13. The __________ operation is used for removing records from a database Table. A. Insert B. Delete C. Search D. Update 14. You must state the _______ to find specific records in your database. A. wizard B. criteria C. method D. calculation
  • 24. LESSON 58 Phases of System Development SCORE 1. In Analysis Phase, the system developers will identify the __________for a system. A. programming B. manual design C. system performance D. input, process and output 6. During __________, the system developers will design an Entity Relationship Diagram. A. Design phase B. Testing phase C. Analysis phase D. Documentation phase 2. In ____________, system developers will identify the needs of target users. A. Design Phase B. Testing Phase C. Analysis Phase D. Documentation Phase 7. Which of the following phase allows system developer to create database? A. Design Phase B. Testing Phase C. Analysis Phase D. Implementation Phase 3. When errors are detected, the system developers will have to fix the system in ____. A. Design Phase B. Testing Phase C. Analysis Phase D. Documentation Phase 8. The system developers continue to provide support during the __________ Phase. A. Test B. Design C. Analysis D. Maintenance 4. The following items will be considered in Analysis Phase EXCEPT A. Input B. Output C. Process D. Entity Relationship Diagram 9. In ____________, the system developers need to monitor system performance. A. Design Phase B. Testing Phase C. Maintenance Phase D. Implementation Phase 5. In Maintenance Phase, system developers have to consider the __________. A. program design B. system performance C. needs of the target users D. documentation of the program 10. In Implementation Phase, system developers create the information system using . A. spreadsheet B. word processing C. database software D. presentation software
  • 25. SCORE LESSON 59 Analysis Phase 1. In Analysis Phase, system developers have to define the ___ of the system they developed. A. layout B. design C. pattern D. purpose 2. I. II. III. IV. Who are involved in Analysis Phase? Technician Target users Network engineers System developers A. I and II B. II and IV C. III and IV D. I and IV D. program Flow Chart 8. Which of the following is NOT a task in Analysis Phase? A. Interview the target users. B. Analyse the needs of target users. C. Determine the design of the program. D. Define problems faced by target users. 9. Which of the following is done by system developers in Analysis Phase? A. Define the design of the system. B. Define the purpose of the system. C. Describe what the system must test. D. Implement the database design of the system. 3. During Analysis Phase, the needs of __________ are analysed. A. designers B. target users C. system developers D. hardware engineers 10. The followings are true about Analysis Phase EXCEPT A. define the purpose of the system. B. analyse the needs of target users. C. define problems faced by target users. D. design user interface using database software. 4. "Create a database to keep track the school’s resource" is the________ of database. A. logic B. purpose C. planning D. learning outcome 11. When you analyse problems, which of the following do you need to consider? I. Input II. Output III. Process IV. Performance 5. Which of the following needs to be done by a system developer during Analysis Phase? A. Define the purpose of the system. B. Analyse the design of the program. C. Define program errors faced by target users. D. Solve all the problems related to the program. 6. What is the purpose of problem analysis in Analysis Phase? A. Define the design of the system. B. Understand the needs of target users. C. Define the planning of the system design. D. Define program errors faced by target users. 7. The system developers need to identify the input, ________and output of the system. A. process B. performance C. programming A. B. C. D. I, II and III I, II and IV I, III and IV II, III and IV 12. By conducting an analysis, the system developers would have to _________. A. test the functionality of the system B. implement database design of the system C. understand the requirements of target user D. design user interface using database software 13. Which of the following is NOT true regarding the Analysis Phase? A. Focus of the system can be set. B. The last phase of system development. C. Input, process and output are identified. D. Involves system developer and target user.
  • 26. LESSON 60 Design Phase 1. In the __________ phase of system development, system developers use diagrams to design the system. A. first B. third C. fourth D. second SCORE 8. Entity Relationship Diagram uses __________ to describe the system. A. symbols B. languages C. simple English C. simple English D. Input, Process and Output D. Input, Process and Output Diagrams used in Design Phase is A. Flow Chart B. Input, process and output C. Structural Query Language D. Entity Relationship Diagram 9. In School Resource System, ____________ will be used in the Design Phase. A. Data Flow Diagram B. Input, process and output C. Structural Query Language D. Entity Relationship Diagram 3. The ______________ refers to the planning of the design in the system to be developed. A. Design Phase B. Analysis Phase C. Implementation Phase D. Documentation Phase 10. X graphically shows the tables in a system and how they relate to one another. What is X"? A. Flow Chart B. Pseudo Code C. Structural Query Language D. Entity Relationship Diagram 4. The __________ describes how tables are organised and related to one another. A. Data Flow diagram B. Input, Process and Output C. Structural Query Language D. Entity Relationship Diagram 11. In the Design Phase, system developers seek to provide input and output __________. A. reports B. systems C. interfaces D. information 5. What do you need to do after forming an Entity Relationship Diagram? A. Name the tables B. Define target users’ need C. Match the design of tables D. Create relationships within tables 12. Who is responsible to provide user Interfaces? A. User B. System developer C. System technician D. System programmer 6. After creating relationships between tables in an Entity Relationship Diagram, we must ____. A. Create primary keys B. Create duplicate keys C. name the relationships D. rearrange the relationships 13. Entity Relationship Diagram graphically shows how _______ are organised and related to one another. A. forms B. tables C. queries D. reports 7. What do you need to do after creating the primary key in Entity Relationship Diagram? A. Create foreign keys B. Create multiple forms C. Delete all relationships D. Draw arrows to match relationships 14. What is the usage of Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD)? A. Design schedule B. Assign foreign key C. Draw graphics and animation D. Describe the relationship within tables 2.
  • 27. 15. We need to classify _________ into tables before forming an Entity Relationship Diagram. A. Program design LESSON 61 Implemetation Phase 1. In the _________ Phase, system developers will convert a design plan such as Entity Relationship Diagram into a computer system. A. Design B. Analysis C. Maintenance D. Implementation 2. System developer uses __________ as the development tool to create a database system. A. spreadsheet B. word processing C. database software D. presentation software 3. In the __________ phase of system development, system developers use database software to produce the system. A. first B. third C. fourth D. second B. Program analysis C. Program interface D. Project requirements SCORE D. Identify the design of computer system. 8. In Implementation Phase, system developer converts the design using __________ software such as Microsoft Access. A. testing B. system C. database D. processing 9. We can use the primary key to form a __________ between the tables. A. folder B. sharing C. relationship D. partnership 10. We can use ___ to store data in a database. A. Tables B. documents C. relationships D. primary keys 4. We need to convert the_____ into a computer system. A. outlines B. design plan C. program plan D. documentation files 11. We need to establish the relationships between Tables in a____________. A. file B. data C. folder D. database 5. We need to assign the _____________ between Tables in a database. A. relation B. properties C. inner join D. relationships 12. Which of the following is NOT a task in Implementation Phase? A. Creating Tables B. Creating a database C. Integrate the system D. Assigning Table relationships 6. The following tasks will be carried out in Implementation Phase EXCEPT A. creating Forms. B. creating a database. C. creating Entity Relationship Diagram. D. assigning relationship between Tables. 13. The ______________Phase is the phase where a system is created. A. Design B. Testing C. Implementation D. Documentation 7. Which of the following is a task in Implementation Phase? A. Assigning table relationships. B. Analyse the needs of target users. C. Define problems faced by target users. 14. Which of the following is NOT true regarding Implementation Phase? A. Database software is used. B. Network technicians are involved. C. Technical and design plans are converted.
  • 28. D. It is the third phase of system development. LESSON 62 Testing Phase 1. The Testing Phase involves_____ and users. A. accountants B. internet providers C. system developers D. hardware personnel 2. The purpose of testing is to ensure ______. A. problems are analysed B. well designed program C. system runs correctly and is error free D. mistakes are corrected automatically 3. The ___________ is the person who tests the database program. A. technician B. system developer C. security personnel D. hardware personnel 4. Before testing the ___________, data must be entered into the tables. A. data B. number C. symbol D. graphic 5. The system developers will run a series of tests ________________. A. to analyse the problems B. to increase database speed C. to ensure the quality of database D. to ensure database is well designed 6. Whole _______ of the system must be tested to complete the testing. A. text B. folder C. document D. functionality 7. You can do ________ to verify that each database object is functioning. A. design B. testing C. analysis D. implementation SCORE 8. After data is keyed in a table, we can then create the following. I. Form II. Paper III. Query IV. Report A. B. C. D. I, II and III I, III and IV I, II and IV II, III and IV 9. What is the objective of conducting a test in information system development? A. Detect any error present. B. Help user to use the system. C. Design a database program. D. Train a new system developer. 10. Testing on the functionality of the system is to ensure __________. A. well designed of interfaces B. documentation is identified C. the whole system works properly D. mistakes are corrected automatically 11. Who are involved in a Testing Phase? A. System analyst and user B. System engineer and user C. System developer and user D. Office administrator and user 12. What is the main purpose of testing? A. Confirm that the data can be edited. B. Ensure a correct and error free system. C. Check that the results matches the manual. D. Confirm that the design of program is correct. 13. The following on Testing Phase is correct EXCEPT A. data must be entered into tables. B. it involves system developer and user. C. it is the fifth phase of system development. D. it ensures the system runs correctly and is error free.
  • 29. 14 The following refers to Testing Phase EXCEPT A. Testing Phase involves system developers and users. B. testing helps design the user interface of the system. C. Testing Phase is the fourth stage of system development. D. whole functionality of the system must be tested to complete the testing.
  • 30. LESSON 63 Documentation Phase 1. Documentation in system development refers to the __________ material generated throughout all phases of system development. A. audio B. video C. written D. graphical 2. The Technical Documentation is used to explain a ________ to a system developer. A. system B. graphic C. symbol D. Presentation 3. “How to run the system” is in the ________. A. Design Plan B. User Manual C. Design Documentation D. Technical Documentation 4. Documentation is very important when the system requires______in the future. A. designs B. pictures C. changes D. animations 5. Which of the following is NOT related to the Documentation Phase? A. User Manual B. Corrective Maintenance C. Input, process and output D. Entity Relationship Diagram 6. The User Manual should cover I. how to save II. how to format system III. how to run the system IV. how to design the system A. B. C. D. I and II I and III II and IV III and IV 7. Entity Relationship Diagram is generated during _____________. A. Design Phase B. Testing Phase C. Analysis Phase D. Implementation Phase SCORE 8. Y is the written materials generated during Analysis Phase. What is "Y"? A. User Manual B. Technical Documentation C. Input, process and output D. Entity Relationship Diagram 9. The __________ helps to reduce the amount of time a new system developer spends learning about existing programs. A. testing B. analysing C. maintenance D. documentation 10. The two types of documentations which are User Manual and _______________. A. Technical Manual B. Design Documentation C. Manual Documentation D. Technical Documentation 11. Input, process and output is in the ______ Documentation. A. Text B. User C. Graphic D. Technical 12. Documentation tells ______________ what was done in the program. A. Salesman B. System computers C. System developers D. office administrator 13. P is used to explain a system to a system developer. What is "P"? A. Report B. User Manual C. Design Documentation D. Technical Documentation 14. What is the Technical Documentation used for? A. Delete data. B. Overcome errors. C. Train a new salesman. D. Help to improve the system.
  • 31. LESSON 64 Maintenance Phase 1. The ____ are involved in Maintenance Phase. A. technician B. target users C. store supervisors D. system developers 2. There are __________ types of maintenance in information system development. A. four B. five C. three D. seven 3. Maintenance refers to the changes in the system by fixing or enhancing its __________. A. functionality B. documentation C. program design D. problem analysis 4. Setting a password to the system avoids possible future problems, is related to ______. A. Normal Maintenance B. Perfective Maintenance C. Corrective Maintenance D. Preventive Maintenance 5. "Add in new field to rectify the system design" refers to A. Normal Maintenance B. Perfective Maintenance C. Corrective Maintenance D. Preventive Maintenance 6. System maintenance involves the following EXCEPT A. changing B. checking C. formatting D. enhancing 7. The following on Maintenance Phase is correct EXCEPT A. it is the last phase in system development. B. it checks that the design matches the user interface. C. system developers are involved in the Maintenance Phase. D. maintenance refers to the changes in the system by fixing or enhancing its functionality. SCORE 8. System maintenance helps to _________. A. analyse the problem B. plan the program design C. improve system performance D. implement the database design 9. What is the aim of Preventive Maintenance? A. Prevent automatic correction. B. Improve a computer program. C. Repair an error in system design. D. Prevent future breakdowns and failures. 10. Perfective Maintenance is done when the __________ require changes in the interfaces. A. users B. system analysts C. system developers D. mechanical engineers 11. What is used to prevent unauthorised access to confidential information in Preventive Maintenance? A. Key B. Lock C. Message D. Password 12. What is the function of Corrective Maintenance? A. Creates duplicate data. B. Repair the design's error. C. Overwrites the correct data. D. Prevents unnecessary mistakes 13. Maintenance refers to changes in the system by __________ and __________ its functionality. I. fixing II. deleting III. formatting IV. enhancing A. B. C. D. I and II II and IV III and IV I and IV 14. Which is the function of Preventive Maintenance? A. Repair its design. B. Detect programming mistakes. C. Avoid possible future problems. D. Add new feature to improve performance.
  • 32. LESSON 65 Develop a Database Project 1. In ______________, we need to identify our needs before planning a database system. A. Design Phase B. Analysis Phase C. Implementation Phase D. Documentation Phase 2. A _______ helps us to organise and manage our data. A. program listing B. program design C. program layout D. database system 3. What is P? P H o w to ru n th e s y s te m H o w to e n te r d a ta H o w to m o d ify d a ta H o w to s a v e H o w to tr o u b le s h o o t P r in t r e p o r ts A. B. C. D. User Manual Database system Technical Documentation Input, process and output SCORE D Analysis Relationship Diagram 7. From the database and Tables created, you can do test retrieval of the data entered using the following EXCEPT ____________. A Forms B Reports C Queries D Documents 8. Throughout the process of database development, you should keep a ______ of your work. A sequence B alignment C arrangement D documentation 9. Documentation would be useful if your system requires _______ in the future. A test B analysis C changes D advertisements 10. We produced the Entity Relationship Diagram in X. What is "X"? A. Design Phase B. Maintenance Phase C. Documentation Phase D. Implementation Phase 4. We need to determine the _______ for the Tables created in database. A. files B. fields C. records D. properties 11. We gathered all the written materials in Z. What is "Z"? A. Testing Phase B. Maintenance Phase C. Documentation Phase D. Implementation Phase 5. After need to Tables. A. B. C. D. 12. We classify project requirements into Tables during _________. A. Design Phase B. Testing Phase C. Documentation Phase D. Implementation system we create tables in a database, we establish their ________ between relation relationship relation model database model 6. Relationship between Tables can be shown graphically using the ____________. A Entity Relationship Diagram B Cross Relationship Diagram C Match Relationship Diagram 13. In Implementation Phase, first we have to create a_________. A. form B. database C. foreign key D. primary key
  • 33. LESSON 66 Web-based application 1. Web-based applications are delivered to users by using the ___________. A. file B. internet C. transistor D. laboratory 2. Which of the following is NOT a Web-based application? A. Web mail B. Online auctions C. Microsoft Access D. Online retail sales 3. Global Data Monitoring Information System is a __________ information system. A. Web-based B. Science-based C. Knowledge-based D. Geography-based 4. Which of the following are the usage of Web-based applications? I. Web mail II. Postal mail III. Online auctions IV. Customer billing system A. B. C. D. I, II and III I, II and IV I, III and IV II, III and IV 5. The _____________ is a Web-based disaster information management system. A. Global Resource Centre B. Millennium Development Goals C. Global Data Monitoring Information System D. Global Disaster Alert and Coordination System 6. Which of the following are examples of database system for Web-based applications? I. Oracle II. Microsoft Word III. Microsoft Excel IV. Microsoft SQL Server A. B. C. D. I and II II and IV III and IV I and IV SCORE 7. “A Web-based information system that is interested in developing human resources for health.” This statement refers to A. B. C. D. Global Resource Centre Millennium Development Goals Global Data Monitoring Information System Global Disaster Alert and Coordination System 8. Global Data Monitoring Information System helps many countries overcome problems of I. health II. poverty III. education IV. entertainment A. B. C. D. I, II and III I, II and IV I, III and IV II, III and IV 9. "Data collected on Malaria disease in Africa" is the project of A. Global Resource Centre B. Millennium Development Goals C. Global Data Monitoring Information System D. Global Disaster Alert and Coordination System 10. "eBay" is an example of _____________. A. Web mail B. online blog C. online retail sales D. customer billing system 11. Which of the following is a global information system? A. Global Web Centre B. Global Resource Centre C. Global Economy Centre D. Global Communication Centre