Each answer below shows example data from a table. Which answer is an example of the inconsistent values problem?
Options: Three columns have the values 534-2435, 534-7867, and 546-2356 in the same row., Three rows have the values Brown Small Chair, Small Chair Brown, and Small Brown Chair in the same column., Three rows have the values Brown, NULL, and Blue in the same column., One row has the value "He is interested in a Silver Porsche from the years 1978-1988" in a column.
Options: (A)Partitioning in that the data associated with a problem is decompose(D) Each parallel task then works on a portion of the data(B) Partitioning in that, the focus is on the computation that is to be performed rather than on the data manipulated by the computation. The problem is decomposed according to the work that must be done. Each task then performs a portion of the overall work. 130 | (C) It is the time it takes to send a minimal (0 byte) message from point A to point (B) (D) None of these 1
Options: the lock is obtained only after the transaction has processed., the lock is obtained before the transaction has processed., the lock never needs to be obtained., transactions that are best suited are those with a lot of activity.
Options: (A)The fastest carriers where data transfer rates is of 1 million baud (bits/secon(D) or more. (B) The slower carriers where data transfer rates is of 56k baud (C) Musical channel (D) None of these 13
You can use drag-and-drop to embed excel worksheet data in a word document
Options: a. By dragging a range of excel data to the word button on the taskbar while pressing the Ctrl key b. By dragging a range of excel data to the word button on the taskbar while pressing Shift key c. By dragging a range of excel data to the word button on the taskbar while pressing Alt key d. None of above
Which one of the following statements is true for voltage in a series circuit?
Options: The total voltage is equal to the sum of the individual voltages in a series circuit, The total voltage in a series circuit is equal to the average value of the individual voltages, The total voltage of a series circuit is equal to the total current divided by the total resistance, The total voltage in a series circuit is always less than the value of the smallest voltage