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RES 320 FINAL EXAM

RES 320 FINAL EXAM

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RES 320 FINAL EXAM

Answer the Following True/False and Multiple Choice Question

1          Researchers who have strong opinions about the subject of a study are likely to do a better job of conducting the research.

2          Research may be used as a diagnostic tool to provide information about what is happening in the environment.

3          Basic research is research that:

A.        Addresses simple issues that are basic, in which research is not really needed.

B.        Attempts to expand the limits of knowledge for a discipline.

C.        Is conducted to make a decision about a specific real -life problem.

D.        All of the above.

4          Information that is not relevant to the decision at hand is called “incomplete.”

5          Information can be evaluated using which of the following characteristics?

A. Timeliness

B. REPEATABILITY

C. quality

D. All of the above.

E. A & C above.

6          A company’s private data network, which offers information that is available only inside that organization, is called:

A. Electronic data interchange (EDI).

B. THE World Wide Web.

C. An Internet.

D. An Intranet.

E. Electronic mail.

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