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Is the ability to change the conceptual schema without altering the extern al scheme or application programs Choice a Physical data Independence Choice b Logical Data Independence Choice c Both 1&2 Choice d None of the above [2] base ...implies the correctness and accuracy of data stored in the data Choice a Integrity*********** Choice b Redundancy Choice c Extensibility Choice d None of the above [3] ...is a sequence of operations that transforms the database from one state t o the other Choice a Transposition Choice b Transaction Choice c System operatio n Choice d All of the above

[4] .. Ia s collection of conceptual tools for describing data,their rela ionshi ps,semantics and consistency constraints Choice a Data Model*********** Choice b Data Choice c Data Consistency Choice d None of the above [5] Choice a Hardware Choice b Software Choice c Data Components of Database System Choice d All of the above***** [6] enables us to represent the real world entities in a form that can be proces sed by the computer Choice a Database Administrator Choice b Database Design Cho ice c Database Management

Choice d All of the above [7] The information stored in the catalog file is called Choice a Data Choice b System Data Choice c MetaData Choice d Catalog Data [8] .. demarcates the physical aspects of data storage from the logical aspec ts of data representation Choice a Schema********** Choice b Data Choice c Relatio nship Choice d Catalog [9] The basic goal of database .. Is to ensure that current transactions operate orrectly without any loss of database consistency Choice a Storage Management

Choice b Transaction Management Choice c Concurrency Control********* Choice d L anguage Interface [10] s . Is responsible for protecting the data against unauthorised acces Choice a Concurrency Control Choice b Storage Management Choice c Transaction Ma nagement Choice d Security Management******** [11] ent system? Which of the following are characteristics of a database managem Choice a Allows the sharing of data between multiple users Choice b Stores the d escription of the data as well as the data Choice c Supports multiple views of t he data Choice d All of the above***** is a progarm that provides the interface between the data stored in the database a nd the application programs and queries given to the system Choice a Security Manager Choice b Storage Manager********

Choice c Transaction Manager Choice d None of the above [13] ta is Collection of interrelated data and a set of programs to access those da Choice a Database Choice b Database Management System**** Choice c Records Choic e d None of the above [14] is responsible for recovery from hardware or software failures Choice a Recovery Management Choice b Transaction Management Choice c Security M anagement Choice d None of the abive [15] DBA stands for .. Choice a Data Bank Access Choice b

Database Access Choice c Data Bank Administration Choice d Database Administrato r******* [16] Choice a Database Data that is processed and is relevant Choice b Information Choice c Data Choice d Knowledge [17] The level of data abstraction which describes how the data is actually s to red is .. Choice a Conceptual Level Choice b Physical Level******** Choice c Fil e Level Choice d None of the above [18] .. Is an illustration of the entire databse content Choice a Physical Level

Choice b Conceptual Level************ Choice c External Level Choice d none of t he above [19] Data about data is called as Choice a MetaData*********** Choice b Information Choice c System Data Choice d Data [20] .. Involves close examination of the problem. Choice a Database Design Choice b Database Administration Choice c Requirement A nalysis Choice d None of the above [21] rectly Choice a implies that information should represent the real world system cor

Correctness Choice b Realistic Representation Choice c Completeness Choice d Con sistency Which of the following represents the collection of interrelated data an d a set of programmes to access those data ? Choice a Database Choice b Database Manage ment system********** Choice c Records Choice d None of the above [23] .. Implies that the representation of the entity must be realistic Choice a Correctness Choice b Realistic Representation Choice c Completeness Cho ice d Consistency [24] is useful to the users as it defines views of the database for individua l users Choice a Internal Schema

Choice b Conceptual Schema Choice c External Schema Choice d All of the above [25] Mapping of association between data elements is called Choice a Relationship****** Choice b Constraints Choice c Schema Choice d Integr ity [26] .. Implies that the defined entity should be complete i.e. no attribute sho uld be missing. Choice a Correctness Choice b Realistic Representation Choice c Completeness********* Choice d Consistency [27] conceals the details of physical storage structures and stresses on desc ri bing data

Choice a Internal Schema Choice b Conceptual Schema******* Choice c External Sch ema Choice d All of the above [28] . Is the individual user level which presents diverse views of the a pllica tion to the different users Choice a Physical Level Choice b Logical Level Choic e c External Level********* Choice d All of the above [29] ...transaction can be used to make changes permanent in the database Choice a Permanent Transaction Choice b RollBack Transaction Choice c Commit Tra nsaction********* Choice d None of the above

[30] .. Implies that the definition of an entity must cover all possible values that it may take Choice a Correctness Choice b Realistic Representation Choice c Completeness Choice d Consistency