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MIS 505 DeVry Week 1 Discussion 1

Structured Versus Object-Oriented Design (graded)

Structured and object-oriented designs are the two main contenders for programming methodologies relevant to the creation of documentation for application programs. The choice of methodologies will greatly affect how we approach the challenge and what programming languages we will have at our disposal. Based on this week’s text chapter and some relevant web resources, as the discussion progresses, let us discuss the differences between structured and object-oriented designs and their merits and faults. Explain, in brief, what you learned from such readings.

MIS 505 DeVry Week 1 Discussion 2

Flowcharts Versus Pseudocode (graded)

The two main forms of documentation of program design are flowcharts and pseudcode. Based on this week’s text chapter and some relevant web resources, discuss the differences between flowcharts and pseudocode, as well as their merits and faults.

MIS 505 DeVry Week 2 Discussion 1

Advantages of Modularization (graded)

Structured programming modules are used to segment tasks within the program. Based on this week’s text chapter and some relevant web resources, discuss the advantages of modularization. Explain what you learned from your readings.

MIS 505 DeVry Week 2 Discussion 2

Features of Good Program Design (graded)

Successful program development begins with good program design. Based on this week’s text chapter and some relevant web resources, discuss the features of good program design. Explain what you learned from your readings.

MIS 505 DeVry Week 3 Discussion 1

Structured Programming – Important People (graded)

TCO D covers the use of structured programming solutions. Look in the “UP for Discussion” section in Chapter 3 of the textbook on page 132, Exercise 15. Research the people listed there, and discuss why they are important to structured programming. What did each person contribute? How do the contributions fit with our study of structured programming this week?

MIS 505 DeVry Week 3 Discussion 2

Virtual Lab (graded)

After reading the assigned chapter for this week, discuss what you learned from the readings. You may also ask questions if anything is not clear, and continue these discussions throughout the week.

As a progressive discussion in this thread topic, solve the exercises from the textbook, and briefly explain the topic concepts. You are expected to solve the listed exercises in the given order so as to avoid repeated solutions. The first person will post the solution to the first exercise. The next person will comment on that post, and then post the solution to the next question, and so on. If anyone disagrees with another’s solution, they must post why and their own solution. While posting here, I suggest you solve the problems sequentially, start the first line of your post with a question tag, such as: Chapter # Qu #, for example, Ch.3 Exercise # 1. This will easily help us to keep track of where we are.

Also, you may discuss difficulties that arise while completing the week’s homework assignments under a thread that will be created for such discussion. You are expected to help and guide each other, but not to post the homework solutions here.

Note: This is a discussion, and not just a forum for posting the answers to the questions. You should post responses with analysis, ideas, and summaries to be shared by all. Although you may solve the exercises completely at home, you are expected to post the responses to part of the question per the directions above and also allow others to participate in the problem solving and discussion process. Please avoid repeated answers once confirmed.

Help each other and learn together.

MIS 505 DeVry Week 4 Discussion 1

Off the Shelf (graded)

Our TCO C this week covers the challenge of building information system (IS) applications vs. using off-the-shelf alternatives, sometimes called COTS (Commercial Off-The-Shelf). What is that anyway? How are systems provided for your organization? So, let us know what your organization is doing in this area. Building everything? Buying everything? Or a mixture of both? And, how effective is the process?

MIS 505 DeVry Week 4 Discussion 2

Virtual Lab (graded)

After reading the assigned chapter for this week, discuss what you learned from the readings. You may also ask questions if anything is not clear, and continue these discussions throughout the week.

As a progressive discussion in this thread topic, solve the exercises from the textbook, and briefly explain the topic concepts. You are expected to solve the listed exercises in the given order so as to avoid repeated solutions. The first person will post the solution to the first exercise. The next person will comment on that post, and then post the solution to the next question, and so on. If anyone disagrees with another’s solution, they must post why and their own solution. While posting here, I suggest you solve the problems sequentially, start the first line of your post with a question tag, such as: Chapter # Qu #, for example, Ch.4 Exercise # 1. This will easily help us to keep track of where we are.

Also, you may discuss difficulties that arise while completing the week’s homework assignments under a thread that will be created for such discussion. You are expected to help and guide each other, but not to post the homework solutions here.

Note: This is a discussion, and not just a forum for posting the answers to the questions. You should post responses with analysis, ideas, and summaries to be shared by all. Although you may solve the exercises completely at home, you are expected to post the responses to part of the question per the directions above and also allow others to participate in the problem solving and discussion process. Please avoid repeated answers once confirmed.

Help each other and learn together.

MIS 505 DeVry Week 5 Discussion 1

Looping Examples (graded)

Loops are structured repetitive activities performed until some limit is attained. For this week’s discussion, think about how you experience loops in your personal and work life. Describe these loops and their characteristics. Use examples from this week’s chapter to describe the characteristics.

MIS 505 DeVry Week 5 Discussion 2

Virtual Lab (graded)

After reading the assigned chapter for this week, discuss what you learned from the readings. You may also ask questions if anything is not clear, and continue these discussions throughout the week.

As a progressive discussion in this thread topic, solve the exercises from the textbook, and briefly explain the topic concepts. You are expected to solve the listed exercises in the given order so as to avoid repeated solutions. The first person will post the solution to the first exercise. The next person will comment on that post, and then post the solution to the next question, and so on. If anyone disagrees with another’s solution, they must post why and their own solution. While posting here, I suggest you solve the problems sequentially, start the first line of your post with a question tag, such as: Chapter # Qu #, for example, Ch.5 Exercise # 1. This will easily help us to keep track of where we are.

Also, you may discuss difficulties that arise while completing the week’s homework assignments under a thread that will be created for such discussion. You are expected to help and guide each other, but not to post the homework solutions here.

Note: This is a discussion, and not just a forum for posting the answers to the questions. You should post responses with analysis, ideas, and summaries to be shared by all. Although you may solve the exercises completely at home, you are expected to post the responses to part of the question per the directions above and also allow others to participate in the problem solving and discussion process. Please avoid repeated answers once confirmed.

Help each other and learn together.

MIS 505 DeVry Week 6 Discussion 1

Arrays and e-Commerce (graded)

The use of arrays opens up several possibilities for us. Why would we want to use them? For ordinary arrays, we can use them even if we do not know the total number of data values to be processed. One of the more interesting features of arrays involves the ability to create execution time arrays at program run time. This is a pretty powerful feature of programming. To start this discussion topic, identify some arrays used in your organization or an organization for which you know, the business applications, and share the information.

MIS 505 DeVry Week 6 Discussion 2

Virtual Lab (graded)

After reading the assigned chapter for this week, discuss what you learned from the readings. You may also ask questions if anything is not clear, and continue these discussions throughout the week.

As a progressive discussion in this thread topic, solve the exercises from the textbook, and briefly explain the topic concepts. You are expected to solve the listed exercises in the given order so as to avoid repeated solutions. The first person will post the solution to the first exercise. The next person will comment on that post, and then post the solution to the next question, and so on. If anyone disagrees with another’s solution, they must post why and their own solution. While posting here, I suggest you solve the problems sequentially, start the first line of your post with a question tag, such as: Chapter # Qu #, for example, Ch.6 Exercise # 1. This will easily help us to keep track of where we are.

Also, you may discuss difficulties that arise while completing the week’s homework assignments under a thread that will be created for such discussion. You are expected to help and guide each other, but not to post the homework solutions here.

Note: This is a discussion, and not just a forum for posting the answers to the questions. You should post responses with analysis, ideas, and summaries to be shared by all. Although you may solve the exercises completely at home, you are expected to post the responses to part of the question per the directions above and also allow others to participate in the problem solving and discussion process. Please avoid repeated answers once confirmed.

Help each other and learn together.

MIS 505 DeVry Week 7 Discussion 1

Data Hierarchy and Databases (graded)

Databases are in common use today in people’s personal lives and in the workplace. In the workplace, there are individual databases up to enterprise system databases. In this discussion forum, describe your experiences with databases. Use the data hierarchy to talk about the contents of the databases.

MIS 505 DeVry Week 7 Discussion 2

Virtual Lab (graded)

After reading the assigned chapter for this week, discuss what you learned from the readings. You may also ask questions if anything is not clear, and continue these discussions throughout the week.

As a progressive discussion in this thread topic, solve the exercises from the textbook, and briefly explain the topic concepts. You are expected to solve the listed exercises in the given order so as to avoid repeated solutions. The first person will post the solution to the first exercise. The next person will comment on that post, and then post the solution to the next question, and so on. If anyone disagrees with another’s solution, they must post why and their own solution. While posting here, I suggest you solve the problems sequentially, start the first line of your post with a question tag, such as: Chapter # Qu #, for example, Ch.7 Exercise # 1. This will easily help us to keep track of where we are.

Also, you may discuss difficulties that arise while completing the week’s homework assignments under a thread that will be created for such discussion. You are expected to help and guide each other, but not to post the homework solutions here.

Note: This is a discussion, and not just a forum for posting the answers to the questions. You should post responses with analysis, ideas, and summaries to be shared by all. Although you may solve the exercises completely at home, you are expected to post the responses to part of the question per the directions above and also allow others to participate in the problem solving and discussion process. Please avoid repeated answers once confirmed.

Help each other and learn together.

MIS 505 DeVry Week 2 Homework Latest

Week 2 Homework Assignment- Total Points: 40

Chapter 2 p. 88 Logic Ex. # 5-a:

Data Dictionary: 5 Points

Hierarchy Chart: 5 Points

Flowchart: 15 Points

Pseudocode: 15 Points

Following areas are suggested to consider while grading the assignment.

· Students should present the program documentation in a logical order as:

1. Data dictionary:

§ Should use table in Microsoft Word

§ Should include appropriate data variables and descriptions.

§ Input and Output/Work area.

2. Hierarchy Chart should:

§ Present a logical order of tasks/subroutines.

3. Flowchart should:

§ Flow from top to bottom and left to right

§ Not contain missing flow lines § Result in the required output.

§ Agree with flowchart in routines and detail logic.

4. Pseudocode should:

§ Describe all subroutines that are included in the hierarchy chart.

§ Agree with flowchart in routines and detail logic.

Finally, assignments should be completed as per the due dates. Exceptions to deadlines may be made in very rare cases as per the KGSM policies

MIS 505 DeVry Week 3 Homework Latest

Week 3 Homework Assignment- Total Points: 40

Chapter 3 p. 130 Logic Exercise. #6:

Data Dictionary: 5 Points

Hierarchy Chart: 5 Points

Flowchart: 15 Points

Pseudocode: 15 Points

Following areas are suggested to consider while grading the assignment.

· Students should present the program documentation in a logical order as:

1. Data dictionary:

§ Should use table in Microsoft Word

§ Should include appropriate data variables and descriptions.

§ Input and Output/Work area.

2. Hierarchy Chart should:

§ Present a logical order of tasks/subroutines.

3. Flowchart should:

§ Flow from top to bottom and left to right

§ Not contain missing flow lines

§ Result in the required output.

§ Agree with flowchart in routines and detail logic.

4. Pseudocode should:

§ Describe all subroutines that are included in the hierarchy chart.

§ Agree with flowchart in routines and detail logic.

Finally, assignments should be completed as per the due dates. Exceptions to deadlines may be made in very rare cases as per the KGSM policies

MIS 505 DeVry Week 4 Homework Latest

Week 4 Homework Assignment- Total Points: 40

Chapter 4 p. 177 Logic Ex. # 2-a:

Data Dictionary: 5 Points

Hierarchy Chart: 5 Points

Flowchart: 15 Points

Pseudocode: 15 Points

Following areas are suggested to consider while grading the assignment.

· Students should present the program documentation in a logical order as:

1. Data dictionary:

§ Should use table in Microsoft Word

§ Should include appropriate data variables and descriptions.

§ Input and Output/Work area.

2. Hierarchy Chart should:

§ Present a logical order of tasks/subroutines.

3. Flowchart should:

§ Flow from top to bottom and left to right

§ Not contain missing flow lines

§ Result in the required output.

§ Agree with flowchart in routines and detail logic.

4. Pseudocode should:

§ Describe all subroutines that are included in the hierarchy chart.

§ Agree with flowchart in routines and detail logic.

Finally, assignments should be completed as per the due dates. Exceptions to deadlines may be made in very rare cases as per the KGSM policies

MIS 505 DeVry Week 5 Homework Latest

Week 5 Homework Assignment- Total Points: 40

Chapter 5 p. 224 Logic Ex. # 6a-b:

Data Dictionary: 5 Points

Hierarchy Chart: 5 Points

Flowchart: 15 Points

Pseudocode: 15 Points

Following areas are suggested to consider while grading the assignment.

· Students should present the program documentation in a logical order as:

1. Data dictionary:

§ Should use table in Microsoft Word

§ Should include appropriate data variables and descriptions.

§ Input and Output/Work area.

2. Hierarchy Chart should:

§ Present a logical order of tasks/subroutines.

3. Flowchart should:

§ Flow from top to bottom and left to right

§ Not contain missing flow lines

§ Result in the required output.

§ Agree with flowchart in routines and detail logic.

4. Pseudocode should:

§ Describe all subroutines that are included in the hierarchy chart.

§ Agree with flowchart in routines and detail logic.

Finally, assignments should be completed as per the due dates. Exceptions to deadlines may be made in very rare cases as per the KGSM policies

MIS 505 DeVry Week 6 Homework Latest

Week 6 Homework Assignment- Total Points: 40

Chapter 6 p. 269 Logic Ex. # 4-a:

Data Dictionary: 5 Points

Hierarchy Chart: 5 Points

Flowchart: 15 Points

Pseudocode: 15 Points

Following areas are suggested to consider while grading the assignment.

· Students should present the program documentation in a logical order as:

1. Data dictionary:

§ Should use table in Microsoft Word

§ Should include appropriate data variables and descriptions.

§ An array type data variable should be clearly described in the work area of the data dictionary.

§ Input and Output/Work area.

2. Hierarchy Chart should: § Present a logical order of tasks/subroutines.

3. Flowchart should:

§ Flow from top to bottom and left to right

§ Not contain missing flow lines

§ Result in the required output.

§ Agree with flowchart in routines and detail logic.

4. Pseudocode should:

§ Describe all subroutines that are included in the hierarchy chart.

§ Agree with flowchart in routines and detail logic.

Finally, assignments should be completed as per the due dates. Exceptions to deadlines may be made in very rare cases as per the KGSM policies

MIS 505 DeVry Week 3 Quiz Latest

Question 1. Question : (TCO B) The symbol shown as a three-sided box that is connected to the step it references by a dashed line is what? Abstraction symbol Annotation symbol Abbreviation symbol Enumeration symbol

Question 2. Question : (TCO C) When the first letter of a variable name is uppercase, as in Hourly Wage, the format is known as what kind of casing? Hungarian Pascal Camel Turing

Question 3. Question : (TCO B) The process of breaking down a large program into modules is called decompositian. modularization. unification. orientation.

Question 4. Question : (TCO B) Many programming languages use what term to refer to the marker that is used to automatically recognize the end of data in a file? Data_end End_data EOF EOD

Question 5. Question : (TCO B) A software package that provides an editor, compiler, and other programming tools is what? GUI CGI GDE IDE

Question 6. Question : (TCOs A-C) What is involved in putting a program into production?

Question 7. Question : (TCOs B and C) Discuss why it is important to use meaningful names for identifiers.

Question 8. Question : (TCO B) Explain the purpose of annotation symbols.

Question 9. Question : (TCO B) How does a program recognize the end of an input file?

Question 10. Question : (TCOs B and C) What items should you include when you create a module?

MIS 505 DeVry Week 6 Quiz Latest

1. Question : (TCO D) The maximum number of entry points that any programming structure can have is

  • Zero
  • One
  • Three
  • Five

Question 2. Question : (TCO D) You may hear programmers refer to looping as what?

  • Execution
  • Selection
  • Iteration
  • Case

Question 3. Question : (TCO D) When creating a truth table, you must determine how many Boolean value combinations exist for the conditions. If there are two conditions, how many combinations will exist?

  • 2
  • 4
  • 8
  • 16

Question 4. Question : (TCO E) What is any numeric variable called that you use to count the number of times an event has occurred?

  • Accumulator
  • Key
  • Index
  • Counter

Question 5. Question : (TCO E) The amount by which a “For” loop control variable changes is often called what kind of value?

  • Group
  • Key
  • Step
  • Sentinel

Question 6. Question : (TCO D) What are the characteristics of a structured program?

Question 7. Question : (TCOs D and E) Describe how you can straighten out an unstructured flowchart segment.

Question 8. Question : (TCO D) Who was George Boole, and what did he do?

Question 9. Question : (TCO D) When you combine AND and OR operators within the same statement, which takes precedence?

Question 10. Question : (TCOs D and E) How might user data be validated?