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1.
When assessing schedule feasibility, a systems analyst must consider the interaction between time and costs.
A) True
2.
Regardless of the type, all constraints should be identified as late as possible.
B) False
3.
Management leadership and information technology are unconnected, and no significant changes have occurred in either area.
A) False
4.
As users rely more heavily on information systems to perform their jobs, they are likely to request even more IT services and support.
B) True
5.
Feasibility analysis is an ongoing task that must be performed throughout the systems development process.
B) True
6.
A clear definition of project scope and constraints promotes misunderstandings that arise where managers assume that the system will have acertain feature or support for a project, but later find that the feature is not included
B) False
7.
Internal and external factors affect every business decision that a company makes, and IT systems are no exception.
A) True
8.
 Identify the letter of the choice that best matches the phrase or definition.
A.
JIT
 B.
case for action
 C.
organization chart
 D.
systems request
 E.
systems development
 F.
EPOD
 G.
control
 H.
 preliminary investigation
I.
schedule feasibility
  J.
EPC
 
C
Can be obtained during fact-finding to understand how a department functions.
 
I
When assessing this, a systems analyst must consider the interaction between time and costs.
 
F
With this technology, a supplier uses RFID tags on each crate, case, or shipping unit to create a digital shipping list.
 
J
Technology that is expected to overshadow bar code technology in the future.
 
A
System whose purpose is to provide the right product at the right place at the right time.
 
H
Its end product is a report to management.
 
D
This might propose enhancements for an existing system, the correction of problems, or the development of an entirely newinformation system.
 
E
Today, it is much more team-oriented than in the past.
 

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