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Question 1 of 20 0.5/ 0.

5 Points
Data quality ROI stands for:

A. rough outline inclusion.
B. rate of installation.
C. risk of incarceration.
D. return on installation.
Question 2 of 20 0.5/ 0.5 Points
A method of capturing only the changes that have occurred in the source data since the last capture is
called ________ extract.

A. partial
B. incremental
C. update-driven
D. static
Question 3 of 20 0.5/ 0.5 Points
The methods to ensure the quality of data across various subject areas are called:

A. Master Data Management.
B. Joint Data Management.
C. Managed Data Management.
D. Variable Data Management.
Question 4 of 20 0.5/ 0.5 Points
Informational and operational data differ in all of the following ways EXCEPT:

A. level of detail.
B. scope of data.
C. normalization level.
D. data quality.
Question 5 of 20 0.5/ 0.5 Points
Loading data into a data warehouse does NOT involve:

A. appending new rows to the tables in the warehouse.
B. updating existing rows with new data.
C. purging data that have become obsolete or were incorrectly loaded.
D. formatting the hard drive.

C. high-level organizational groups and processes that oversee data stewardship. inconsistent metadata B. consistency. D. dump mode. B. C. a government task force for defining data quality.5/ 0. B. Question 7 of 20 0. inaccurate. currency. Question 8 of 20 0. external data source.Question 6 of 20 0.5/ 0. referential integrity. a means to slow down the speed of data.5/ 0. historical.5 Points Getting poor data from a supplier is a(n) ________ reason for deteriorated data quality. D. timeliness. B.5 Points One characteristic of quality data which pertains to the expectation for the time between when data are expected and when they are available for use is: A.5 Points An approach to filling a data warehouse that employs bulk rewriting of the target data periodically is called: A. . unique. D. refresh mode. data entry problem Question 9 of 20 0. C. precise. D.5/ 0. B.5 Points Data governance can be defined as: A. lack of organizational commitment C. a means to increase the speed of data. C. A.5/ 0.5 Points Quality data can be defined as being: A. Question 10 of 20 0. overwrite mode. D. update mode.

5 Points A characteristic of reconciled data that means the data reflect an enterprise-wide view is: A. normalized. SQL Commands (Insert/Update).5 Points .5/ 0. historical. Oracle-based. Question 12 of 20 0. and available in a timely fashion are considered: A. D.5/ 0. load all data into a data warehouse. establish quality metrics. Question 16 of 20 0. comprehensive. B.5/ 0. B. detailed.5 Points Data that are accurate. B. updating. Question 13 of 20 0. SQL purge. B. interview all users. custom-written letters. consistent.5 Points One simple task of a data quality audit is to: A.5/ 0. statistically profile all files. selecting. Microsoft-based. low-quality.Question 11 of 20 0.5/ 0.5/ 0. virus checking. B. D. Question 14 of 20 0. D.5 Points The process of combining data from various sources into a single table or view is called: A. high-quality.5 Points Data may be loaded from the staging area into the warehouse by following: A. C. C. D. Question 15 of 20 0. C. joining. C. D. extracting. C.

5 Points The best place to improve data entry across all applications is: A. in the data entry operators. B. Question 18 of 20 0. D. C. . Persistent.5 Points All of the following are popular architectures for Master Data Management EXCEPT: A. B. triggers a virus.The process of transforming data from a detailed to a summary level is called: A. D. Question 17 of 20 0. Question 20 of 20 0. updating. pushes data to duplicate sites as an event occurs. C. B. data gouging. extracting. in the users.0/ 0.5 Points Event-driven propagation: A. joining. Integration Hub. data analysis.5 Points A technique using pattern recognition to upgrade the quality of raw data is called: A. pulls duplicate data from redundant sites. D. in the level of organizational commitment. C. D.5/ 0. C. Normalization. B. C. D.0/ 0. in the database definitions. Question 19 of 20 0. provides a means to duplicate data for events. data scrounging.0/ 0. data scrubbing. Identity Registry. aggregating. B.