For an algorithm the complexity of the average case is
Options: A)Much more complicated to analyze than that of worst case
b.Much more simpler to analyze than that of worst case
c.Sometimes more complicated and some other times simpler than that of worst case
d.None or above
Options: a. Is determined by the presentation design and cannot be changed b. Is determined by the presentation design but can be changed in PowerPoint c. Is dependent on the amount of text within the organization chart d. b and c
Options: Indexes are created to enforce uniqueness on columns., Indexes are created to enable fast retrieval by column values., Columns that are frequently used with equal conditions in WHERE clauses are good candidates for indexes., Indexes are created with the ALTER TABLE command.
A large computer designed to handle complex scientific calculations
Options: may use only a firmed word-length storage approach, will likely require a character addressable storage unit, must use fixed length words of four character each, will not use numbered address locations
Options: (A)The science of collecting, organizing, and applying numerical facts (B) Measure of the probability that a certain hypothesis is incorrect given certain observations. (C) One of the defining aspects of a data warehouse, which is specially built around all the existing applications of the operational data(D) None of these 8
Which of the following statements are correct about 6 used in the program?
Options: In the first statement 6 specifies a particular element, whereas in the second statement it specifies a type., In the first statement 6 specifies a array size, whereas in the second statement it specifies a particular element of array., In the first statement 6 specifies a particular element, whereas in the second statement it specifies a array size., In both the statement 6 specifies array size.
7.In Excel which of the following is a correct order of precedence in formula calculation?
Options: (A)Multiplication and division exponentiation positive and negative values (B) Multiplication and division, positive and negative values, addition and subtraction (C) Addition and subtraction, positive and negative values, exponentiation (D) All of above 15