# Information Technologies In Pharmacy, Topic 5.

20 Questions | Total Attempts: 22  Settings  .

• 1.
Universality algorithm means that:
• A.

Algorithm can be used by any user

• B.

An algorithm terminates after a finite numbers of steps

• C.

Commands and tasks of algorithm are clearly defined

• D.

The process of tasks solving can be divided on separate operations, which are performed by individual commands

• E.

• 2.
Certainty (accuracy) of the algorithm means that
• A.

Algorithm commands and tasks are clearly defined

• B.

The process of task solving can be divided into several operations that are performed by separate commands

• C.

Algorithm is structured into elements in order of importance

• D.

The algorithm must be completed by a certain number of commands

• E.

Algorithm can be used by any user

• 3.
How the algorithm can be represented:
• A.

All menthion

• B.

By text

• C.

By graphic

• D.

By table

• E.

By pseudocode using

• 4.
Algorithm finiteness if means that:
• A.

An algorithm terminates after a finite numbers of steps

• B.

Commands and tasks of algorithm are clearly defined

• C.

The process of tasks solving can be divided on separate operations, which are performed by individual commands

• D.

Algorithm is structured into elements in order of importance

• E.

Algorithm can be used by any user

• 5.
The basis of modern information technologies used in medicine and pharmacy are algorithms. Algorithm - is:
• A.

Clear and accurate instructions performer to do a sequence actions aimed at achieving the goals

• B.

Oriented schedule that indicates the order of execution of a set of commands

• C.

Rules of specific actions performance

• D.

Computers command set

• E.

Computer network protocol

• 6.
The medication is prescribed for patient for administration so long until symptoms disappear. Such algorithm of medication using is called:
• A.

Cyclical

• B.

Liner

• C.

With repetition

• D.

Ramous

• E.

Structural

• 7.
Discreteness – is the algorithm property, which consists in:
• A.

Distribution the task solving process on separate operation that are performed by individual commands

• B.

Clearness of commands and tasks formulation

• C.

Prediction, that the algorithm must be completed after a certain number of commands

• D.

Possibility of algorithm application of any users

• E.

Algorithm structuring on the elements in order of importance

• 8.
The essence of such properties of algorithm as the EFFECTIVENESS is mean:
• A.

During exact execution of all algorithm commands, the process must be stoped after a finite number of steps, leading to a particular result

• B.

Writing an algorithm for a particular user, you can use only the commands, which are included in the its system teams

• C.

Algorithm should provide solving not only specific problem, but a class of problems of this type

• D.

Algorithm must be divided into a sequence of individual steps

• E.

Algorithm performer should not make decisions not covered compiler of algorithm

• 9.
Point the basic properties of the algorithm:
• A.

Effectiveness

• B.

Illogic

• C.

Safety

• D.

Individuality

• E.

Unpredictability

• F.

Finiteness

• 10.
Algorithm is cyclic if:
• A.

Folded so that the its implementation involves multiple repetition of the same action

• B.

Its progress depends on the truth of certain conditions

• C.

Its commands are executed in the order of their natural passing one by one regardless of any conditions

• D.

Its presented as a table

• E.

It includes an auxiliary algorithm

• 11.
How the algorithm of new chemical compounds obtaining can be represented by using the structural formula:
• A.

Graphiclly

• B.

Wordy

• C.

On the table

• D.

By pseudocoed using

• E.

Photo

• 12.
Implementation of modern information technology is based on the construction and use of algorithms. Indicate which of the documents is the algorithm:
• A.

Instructions for money obtaining from an ATM

• B.

Rules of safety

• C.

Timetable

• D.

List of students

• E.

Picture

• 13.
The algorithm includes ramification if:
• A.

Its progress depends on the truth of certain conditions

• B.

Folded so that the its implementation involves multiple repetition of the same action

• C.

Its commands are executed in the order of their natural passing one by one regardless of any conditions

• D.

Its presented as a table

• E.

It includes an auxiliary algorithm

• 14.
If the algorithm commands executed sequentially, then the algorithm is called:
• A.

Liner

• B.

Ramous

• C.

With repetition

• D.

Cyclical

• E.

Structural

• 15.
Which of these is an algorithm:
• A.

• B.

Medicines using rules

• C.

The process of medicines choice and prescribing

• D.

The process of medicines preparing

• E.

The process of medicines sales

• 16.
Point the algorithm basic structural element:
• A.

Order

• B.

Cell

• C.

Test

• D.

Sign

• E.

Symbol

• 17.
When medicine prescribing physicians stopped on two drugs, that can be used under certain conditions. This algorithm is called:
• A.

Ramous

• B.

Liner

• C.

With repetition

• D.

Cyclical

• E.

Structural

• 18.
When choosing a medicine the physician used the algorithm presented in the form of consecutive sentences. This algorithm representation is described as:
• A.

Text

• B.

Graphic

• C.

Table

• D.

By pseudocoed using

• E.

Photo

• 19.
Why is this not an algorithm: Start the car - Put in key - Turn key - Drive away.
• A.

The instructions are in the wrong order

• B.

There are spelling mistakes

• C.

The instructions are in the correct order

• D.

The instructions are computer program

• E.

The instructions are presented  as a picture

• 20.
What step is missing?
• A.

Divide the number by 2

• B.

Multiple the number by 3

• C.

Multiply the number by 2

• D.

Divide the number by 3 Back to top