1. What does coarsens precision mean?
- Encoded data is less accurate than the orginal data.
- Encoded data is more accurate than the orginal data.
- Encoded data is put into a drop down menu to stop spelling mistakes.
- Valuable data is highlighted before it is entered into the system.
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2. Which is not a benefit of encoding data?
- Easier to check code is accurate.
- Coarsens precisions.
- Coded data takes less effort to type in.
- More data can appear on-screen.
- Takes up less storage space.
- Less spelling mistakes.
3. Which way is not a valid way that data arises?
- Results from an experiment.
- Output from a management information system.
- Automatically taken environmental measurments.
- Writing down random figures.
- Business transaction.
- Results from a survey.
4. What is a good example of data, information and knowledge?
- Daylight Hours.
- Blood Pressure.
- Ice-Cream sales.
- Race horse times.
5. What is the problem with value judgements?
- Judgements based the opinion of the person entering the data.
- Judgement based on the code given.
- Judgement on the information given.
- Deleting values that seem worthless.
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