Informatics And Business Problems Quiz

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Set on a journey through the intersection of informatics and business with our "Informatics and Business Problems Quiz." This quiz is tailored for individuals exploring the dynamic relationship between technology and solving real-world business challenges. Test your knowledge on data analytics, information systems, and their application in addressing contemporary business problems. From database management to strategic decision-making using technology, this quiz covers essential concepts. Whether you're a business professional or a tech enthusiast, challenge yourself to unravel the intricacies of informatics in the business landscape. Sharpen your understanding and prepare to navigate the evolving realm of technology-driven solutions.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    When a client or customer has "Needs" to address, they have a:

    • A.

      Situation

    • B.

      Business Problem

    • C.

      Proposal

    • D.

      Scenario

    Correct Answer
    B. Business Problem
    Explanation
    When a client or customer has "needs" to address, it indicates that they have a business problem. This implies that there is a specific issue or challenge that they are facing in their business that requires attention and resolution. By identifying and understanding their needs, businesses can work towards finding appropriate solutions and addressing the problem effectively.

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  • 2. 

    Complete The Diagram:

    • A.

      Information, Analysis

    • B.

      Computers, People

    • C.

      People, Systems

    • D.

      Knowledge, Systems

    Correct Answer
    C. People, Systems
    Explanation
    The diagram represents a relationship between different elements. It shows that people are connected to systems, indicating that people interact with and use systems. This suggests that systems are designed and created for people to use and benefit from.

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  • 3. 

    An "Answer to a business problem" is a:

    • A.

      Project Requirement

    • B.

      Standard

    • C.

      Solution

    Correct Answer
    C. Solution
    Explanation
    A "Solution" refers to the answer or resolution to a business problem. It is the outcome or result that is implemented to address the problem effectively. Solutions are designed to provide a specific course of action or approach that can solve the problem and achieve the desired objectives. They are typically tailored to meet the unique needs and requirements of the business problem at hand.

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  • 4. 

    Project Requirements are also referred to as:

    • A.

      Specifications

    • B.

      Needs

    • C.

      Features

    Correct Answer
    A. Specifications
    Explanation
    Project requirements are often referred to as specifications because they outline the specific details and criteria that a project must meet in order to be considered successful. Specifications provide a clear and detailed description of what needs to be accomplished, including the desired outcomes, functionality, and constraints of the project. They serve as a guide for the project team, stakeholders, and clients to ensure that everyone has a shared understanding of what is expected and can work towards meeting those requirements.

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  • 5. 

    Which of the following is NOT an example of a Project Specification for a webpage, Advertising FFlyer or Graphics workproduct  :

    • A.

      Features( what the product does or provides)

    • B.

      Availability( when product will be available to the client)

    • C.

      Hook( what prompts or catches peoples' interest in the product)

    • D.

      Functions( what you can do with the product)

    • E.

      Proposal( What you as the Developer, Designer or Graphic Artist say you can do for the client)

    Correct Answer
    E. Proposal( What you as the Developer, Designer or Graphic Artist say you can do for the client)
    Explanation
    The given answer, "Proposal (What you as the Developer, Designer or Graphic Artist say you can do for the client)," is not an example of a Project Specification because it focuses on the promises or claims made by the developer, designer, or graphic artist rather than providing specific details about the features, availability, hook, or functions of the product. The other options mentioned in the question (Features, Availability, Hook, and Functions) are all examples of project specifications as they provide information about what the product does, when it will be available, what catches people's interest, and what can be done with the product.

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  • 6. 

    The standard for photographic/digital images displayed on the internet is the:

    • A.

      JPEG( Joint Photographic Experts Group)

    • B.

      GIF( Graphical Interchange Format)

    • C.

      PNG(Portable Network Graphics)

    Correct Answer
    A. JPEG( Joint Photographic Experts Group)
    Explanation
    JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) is the standard for photographic/digital images displayed on the internet. It is a commonly used format for compressing and storing digital images, making it ideal for web use due to its smaller file size. JPEG files can be easily shared and downloaded, and they maintain a good balance between image quality and file size. GIF and PNG are also commonly used image formats, but they have specific use cases. GIF is best for animated images, while PNG is preferred for images with transparency. However, for standard photographic/digital images on the internet, JPEG is the most widely supported and used format.

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  • 7. 

    Which of the following Pixel Counts is " sufficient " for an average size image to be displayed with definition and clarity on an electronic advertisement, webpage or Visual Design workproduct?

    • A.

      400 X 200

    • B.

      275 X 250

    • C.

      300 X 300

    • D.

      350 X 350

    • E.

      All of the Above

    Correct Answer
    C. 300 X 300
    Explanation
    300 X 300 is a sufficient pixel count for an average size image to be displayed with definition and clarity on an electronic advertisement, webpage, or visual design work product. This resolution provides a good balance between image quality and file size, ensuring that the image is clear and sharp without taking up too much bandwidth or storage space.

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  • 8. 

    Digital images should be stored and retrieved from a project folder located on the developer or Designer's "Shared Drive" location on his or her workstation.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The correct answer is true because storing and retrieving digital images from a project folder located on the developer or designer's "Shared Drive" location ensures that the images are easily accessible to all team members working on the project. This centralized location allows for efficient collaboration and prevents the loss or misplacement of important image files. Additionally, using a shared drive helps to maintain organization and consistency within the project.

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  • 9. 

    Informatics can NOT be defined as:

    • A.

      The study of how we collect, store, manipulate, retrieve, and visualize data.

    • B.

      Identifying and using the proper tools to transform data into information and then into knowledge.

    • C.

      Finding answers to the most pressing problems of today, such as global warming and curing diseases, using our abilities to develop innovative methods in Information management.

    • D.

      Learning how to use a computer, build websites and do Graphics and Publishing work.

    Correct Answer
    D. Learning how to use a computer, build websites and do Graphics and Publishing work.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Learning how to use a computer, build websites and do Graphics and Publishing work." This is because informatics focuses on the study of how we collect, store, manipulate, retrieve, and visualize data, as well as identifying and using tools to transform data into information and knowledge. It also involves finding solutions to pressing problems using innovative methods in information management. However, learning how to use a computer, build websites, and do graphics and publishing work falls more under the field of computer science or digital design, rather than informatics.

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  • 10. 

    Informatics can be used in all academic areas.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    Informatics is the study of information processing, which includes the use of computers and technology to analyze, organize, and manage data. Since computers and technology are used in various academic areas, such as science, mathematics, humanities, and social sciences, informatics can be applied and utilized in all academic areas. Therefore, the statement "Informatics can be used in all academic areas" is true.

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