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Chapter 4 Documenting Information Systems 1. The start/stop symbol can also be used by external entity.

TRUE If we had an enterprise systems, the context diagram and the logical DFD would change, unless there were changes to the business processes. FALSE Including columns for external entities is mandatory. FALSE The only way to get data into and out of a computer data storage is through a computer-processing rectangle. TRUE We usually start a flowchart in the top-left corner with a start symbol. TRUE It is also referred to as “process flowcharts” a. Operations Flowchart b. Systems Flowchart c. Context Flowchart d. Data Flowchart The following are examples of information process; a. Inputs b. Data Processing c. Data Storage d. All of the Above A rectangle in the systems flowchart represents: a. Manual Process b. Offline Process c. Computer Process d. Display Process It is a graphical representation of a business process. a. Operations Flowchart b. Systems Flowchart c. Context Flowchart d. Data Flowchart

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12. Represents a pathway for data. a. Bubble Symbol b. Data Flow Symbol c. External Entity Symbol d. Data Store Symbol 13. Represents a place where data are stored. a. Bubble Symbol b. Data Flow Symbol c. External Entity Symbol d. Data Store Symbol 14. An action being performed by an internal or external entity. (Activity) 15. ____________ is a graphical representation of a system. (Data Flow Diagram) 16. ____________ portrays a source or a destination of data outside the system. (External Entity Symbol) 17. Include actions related to data or to an operations process. (Activity) 18. ____________is a graphical representation of a system showing the system’s processes, data stores, and the flows of data into and out of the processes and data stores. (Logical Data Flow Diagram) 19. It retrieves data from storage, transform data, or file data. (Information Processing Activities) 20. It is called the successive subdividing, or exploding, of logical DFDs. (Top-down Partitioning)

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10. It is a graphical representation of a system showing the system’s internal and external entities and the flows of data into and out of these entities. a. Data Flow Diagram b. Physical Data Flow Diagram c. Logical Data Flow Diagram d. Context Diagram 11. Depicts an entity or a process within which incoming data flows are transformed into outgoing data flows a. Bubble symbol