TMA 1 ALL COURSES NEW ANSWERS FOR 2021_2 SEMESTER



CIT 353 TMA 1 10/10
* Direct manipulation
* The more visible function are, the more likely user will be able to know what to do next.
* Usability
* Smaller
* Data entry
* Icon
* Data manipulation
* Query interface
* Co-discovery
* Data entry from user's university web

Mac331 tma1

1, child
2, register
3, distribution
4, promotion
5, students
6, advertising
7, magazine
8, creative department
9, education
10, governing council


NSC213 TMA1

NSC213 HUMAN ANATOMY 2

1.RENEAL PELVIS

2.180 LITRES

3.GLUCOSE

4.ALL OF THE OPTION ABOVE

5.WITHOUT ADH,THE PROXIMAL PARTS OF THE NEPHRON ARE IMPERMEABLE TO WATER

6.ALBUMIN

7.ERYTHROPOIETIN

8.URETER

9.THE GLOMERULAR CAPSULE

10.LIVER


NSC207 TMA 1

NSC 207 introduction to biochemistry

1. Uracil

2. Transcription

3. Uracil

4. They alter â +G reaction

5. mtRNA

6. They have a very long life span

7. Lyases

8. Uracil

9. Thymine

10. Hydrogen bond


MTH 106 TMA1

MTH106


1. 1,2,3,4,6,8

2. intersection

3. Capital

4. Lower case (elements of set)

5. Union

6. Power

7. Se

8. 3,6

9. 2s

10. Common.


TmA 10/10


CIT 392 TMA1

CIT 392 TMA1. 10/10

Interface

Folder

Heap

Compiler

Software

Pereto

Multitasking

Algorithm

Main

Log file


CIT 322 TMA 1

CIT 322 TMA 1. 10/10

TCP/IP

Presentation

Data link

HTML

Resource reservation protocol

Resource reservation protocol

Area

DHCP

Modem

Communication


BUS 322 TMA1

BUS322


Three

Art

Organizing

Staffing

Planning

Individual

Drucker

Organizational Behavior

Directing

Systematic


BUS330 TMA1


Control

Materials

Two

Manipulation

Supervising

Employees

Badeian

Frederick

Conceptual

Management


BIO305 TMA1

BIO305 TMA 1 (10/10)

1. DNA and TNA

2. Polymerase chain Reaction

3. Grl electrphoresis

4. Bioinformatics and computational biology

5. Central dogma of molecular biology

6. agorose or polyacrylamide

7. DNA replication, the genetic code, Gene expression and protein synthesis

8. Polymerase chain Reaction or restriction enzymes

9. The size of the restriction fragments COLOUR that contain sequences within a DNA sample

10. genetics


CIT344 TMA 1

CIT 344 TMA 1. 10/10


2 inputs

Critical race

Flip flop

6 steps

Either change or never changed

1

Label output

Excitation table

q and q'

s and r


ENT301 TMA1

Ent301 10/10


1. Private


2. Yes


3. Neo-classical theory


4. Coon (2004)


5. Sociological factor


6. Diana Baumrind


7. Control


8. Personality


9. Factor


10. No


MAC323 TMA 1

Mac323 tma1 10/10


1, non-exclusive

2,Greek language

3, Louis Daguerre

4, Getty image

5, the line up photograph

6, the subject they work on

7, French Government

8, to draw

9, the author of the negative

10, hard


ECO 247 TMA1

Eco 247 TMA answer 10/10


1 federal government

2 poverty and hungry

3 Africa

4 provide routes for easy evacuation of cash crops from seaports to European ports

5 translate economy growth into equatable social development for all citizens

6 traditional and cultural beliefs of the people

7 fringe

8 short terms found

9 caneroun

10 capital market


INR 242 TMA 1

Inr242 tma 1 10/10

*Barriers

*natives

*success

*culture

*Africa

*diplomacy

*franca

*law

*technology

*slaves


BIO 192 TMA 1

Bio 192 (Tma1 10/10)

1) epidermal cell

2) ascomycota

3) 2 tissue type

4) chordata

5) Medusa (bell shaped cnidaria)

6) body of rotifers are divided into 3

7) A. Suum are found in pigs

8) 4 simple and independent cells

9) trematodes are commonly called flukes

10) corona



ESM 231 TMA 1

Esm 231


1. Zero

2. Dose dependent

3. Cytotoxicity

4. Chronic

5. Toxic

6. Sub acute

7. Pains

8. Concentration

9. 95

10. 50



Mth105 TMA 1

1. 36

2. A

3. - 32

4. -½

5. Vector

6. -1

7. x²+y²+6x-8y-24=0

8. Logical equilibrium to Qa-sq

9. Y=3x-1

10. 11



CIT461 TMA1

*CIT 461_TMA1*

👉🏻 Analog signal is converted to digital signal in DSLAM

👉🏻 Optical Cable

👉🏻 Convert analog signal into digital signal

👉🏻 Shadow fading

👉🏻 All of the options

👉🏻 All of the options

👉🏻 AON

👉🏻 Botnet

👉🏻 CMTS

👉🏻 Satellite access

10/10



CSS133 TMA 1

TMA 1 CSS133


1. LAWRENCE COHEN

2. CRIMES THAT

INJURED CITIZENS OR THEIR PROPERTY

3. ALL OF THE ABOVE

4. SOCIAL SCIENCES

5. A REASONABLE DOUBT

6. THE CRIME - CONTROL MODEL

7. INDELIBLE

8. MARCUS FELSON



CSS111 TMA 1

TMA 1 CSS112 10/10


1. RENAISSANCE

2. FUNCTIONALISM

3. 1917

4. THOMAS HOBBES

5. ADAM SMITH

6. AUGUSTE COMTE

7. THOMAS HOBBES

8. CRIMINAL LAW

9. EMILE DUKHEIM

10. CIVIL



CSS132 TMA1

TMA 1 CSS132 10/10


1. HERODOTUS

2. ETHNIC GROUP

3. CLASSIFICATORY

4. IDEAL

5. ETHNOGRAPHY

6. CULTURE

7. ETHNOLOGIST

8. TRIBE

9. ETHNOGRAPHY

10. ETHNOCENTRISM



CSS 136 TMA 1

TMA 1 CSS136


1. MAGISTRATE

2. 8-12 HOURS

3.CRIME

4. CRIMINAL

5. CRIMINOLOGY

6. PAUL TAPPAN

7 OPINION

8.CROSS - EXAMINE



BUS317 TMA 1

BUS 317 10/10

Engineering

Tonne

Process

Operation

Simplification

Manufacturing

Planned

Inspection

Interchangeably

Standardization



CHM 101 TMA1

Chm 101 10/10

1. Fuel

2. alkaline

3. Hydrogen

4. Ammonia

5. Metals

6. Hydrogen peroxide

7. 2HN3

8. Carbon

9. Protons and neutons

10. Hydrogen sulphide



MTH 101 TMA 1

MTH 101


1. C (7)

2. B (X<2)

3. D ( 5and 1/3)

4. B (x'2 + y'2 + 6x - 8y -24=0 )

5. D (-32)

6. B ( -1/2)

7. B (20x'3)

8. D (-i)

9. A (11)



CIT 102 TMA 1

CIT 102 TMA-1 10/10

1. Clicking

2. Programming

3. Liquid Crystal display

4. Fourth Generation

5. Operating

6. Procedural

7. Processor

8. Output

9.Back

10. Editing


CHM 102 TMA 1

CHM 102 TMA-1

10/10


1. poisoned

2. C=C

3. Ammonia

4. Terminal

5. Functional group

6. Alkane burn in excess air of oxygen to give carbonmonoxide and water

7. Aliphatic, alicyclic, aromatic

8. Alkylation

9. Divided into two main classes depending on the relative positions of the two double bonds in the molecule

10.Diels-Alder



BIO 305 TMA 1

BIO305 TMA 1 (10/10)

1. DNA and TNA

2. Polymerase chain Reaction

3.

CRD 305 TMA1

CRD305 10/10

1sociological

2 thre

3 Grl electrphoresis

4. Bioinformatics and computational biology

5. Central dogma of molecular biology

6. agorose or polyacrylamide

7. DNA replication, the genetic code, Gene expression and protein synthesis

8. Polymerase chain Reaction or restriction enzymes

9. The size of the restriction fragments COLOUR that contain sequences within a DNA sample

10. genetics



ACC 203 TMA 1

ACC 203 TMA 1......10/10

1••• Investment

2••• Relevance

3••• Fraudsters

4••• Cash discount

5••• 2

6••• Creditor

7••• Entity concept

8••• Accounting as an art

9••• Ledger proper

10••• An Auditor



CRD 305 TMA1

CRD305 10/10

1sociological

2 three

3 Urban

4 City

5 Decade

6 Negative

7.Rural

8 50 metres

9 Location

10 Japan




NSC 207 TMA1

NSC 207 introduction to biochemistry

1. Uracil

2. Transcription

3. Uracil

4. They alter â +G reaction

5. mtRNA

6. They have a very long life span

7. Lyases

8. Uracil

9. Thymine

10. Hydrogen bond



CIT 353 TMA 1

CIT 353 10/10

* Direct manipulation

* The more visible function are, the more likely user will be able to know what to do next.

* Usability

* Smaller

* Data entry

* Icon

* Data manipulation

* Query interface

* Co-discovery

* Data entry from user's university web



MAC212 TMA 1

MAC212 TMA1 10/10


Generic

Self concept

Understanding

Linking

Transferred

Group

Source

Action

Interpersonal

Low



ENT 411 TMA1

ENT411 TMA1 10/10


1. 200

2. Sun Tzu

3. 2009

4. Micheal porter

5. 50/50

6. 41

7. Measurement

8. 1967

9. 28

10. United State



BIO 102 TMA1

*BIO 102 TMA*


1. Fingers

2. Lungs

3. Feeding

4. All of the above

5. Sporangia

6. Merchantia

7. Anterior sucker

8. Sporophyte

9. All of the above

10. Archegonium



ACC 313 TMA1

ACC 313 10/10

Controlled decision

Chargeable expenses

Periodic

Costing

Costing

Absorption costing

Administrative cost

Ordinary shares

Knowing the performance of business

Incremental cost



ECO 232 TMA 1

eco 232 tma

1 isoquant

2 consumer

3 supply

4 arc

5 welfare

6 profit

7 A few large producer

8 variable cost

9 none of the options.



BIO 191 TMA 1

Bio 191 9/10

Stage micrometer

Small pit organs

Wedges

Darker chain

Bufo regular is

Pectoral

0.3cm

Laboratory technician

Gill cover



ECO 292 TMA 1

ECO 292. 10/10


1: thermodynamics

2: absolute terms

3: man-made or natural

4: market

5: prices

6: market system

7: resources

8: scarce resource

9: consumers preferences

10: product and factor markets.



CRD 204 TMA 1

CRD 204 TMA 1


1: lower

2: evolution

3: resourceship

4: three

5: three

6: waste

7: world

8: recycling

9: hypothesis

10: two



CHM 191 TMA 1

CHM 191 10/10

Red brown

Complex

2.71

Light yellow

Heat of reaction

Direct method

Starch solution

Thiospulphat

Blue black

Thermodynamics



ECO 122 TMA 1

Eco 122 10/10

1 price

2 effective demand

3 macroeconomics

4 Keynes

5 macroeconomics

6 Ragner Frisch

7 1929

8 aggregate economy

9 income

10 welfare



ENT 413 TMA 1

.

ENT413:

The essence of ___ is to eliminate extreme hungerpoverty sickness fear and other forms of vices Show Options

Answer: (A) Empowerment

.

ENT413: All governments particularly in Nigeria perceive community development as essentially_______ Show Options

Answer: (D) rural development

.

ENT413: The Concept_______ could be used to perhaps more accurately describe the social entrepreneurial activity Show Options

Answer: (B) civic innovation

.

ENT413: Social entrepreneurship is an important ___ used to tackle social challenges in the society Show Options

Answer: (A) Tool

.

ENT413: Majority of social challenges persist in the face of ___ Show Options

Answer: (C) poverty

.

ENT413: It is therefore necessary for social entrepreneurs to use ___ evaluators to evaluate their programmes Show Options

Answer: (D) independent

.

ENT413: Social economic and cultural development begins from the_______ Show Options

Answer: (B) grassroot

.

ENT413: A social entrepreneur is somebody who takes up a pressing social problem and meets it with an innovative Show Options

Answer: (C) solution

.

ENT413: The aim of the social entrepreneurs is to ___ the cause of social and environmental goals Show Options

Answer: (C) promote

.

ENT413: Early 17th century entrepreneurship was seen as ___ activities Show Options

Answer: (B) capitalist



BUS 207 TMA1

BUS 207

1. 52

2. Communication Training

3. Selective Listening

4. A Conjunction

5. Communication Studies

6. Interpersonal Communication is irreversible

7. Singing

8. Focus Sentence

9. A Publicity

10. Submittal



BUS 205 TMA1

BUS 205

1. Acceptance

2. Simple

3. Contact

4. Law

5. Business

6. Bonded

7. Binding

8. Contract

9. Kurfi

10. Quasi



BFN 209 TMA1

BFN 209

1. Investment Analysis

2. Acquisition of financial resources for the organization

3. Promissory note

4. Strategy

5. The Shorter Oxford English Dictionary

6. Real Assets Market

7. Webster Third

8. A general term to denote the theory and management and investment for analysis

9. Real Markets

10. Capital gain



PCR 112 TMA1

1. influence

2. Karl Marx

3. Multiparty system

4. Confederation

5. Sustainability

6. Two party system

7. Agreed societal arenas

8. Soviet Union

9. Writ of certiorari

10. Quasi executive



INR 122 | ENT 409 | TMA 1

INR 112

1. Oyo

2. Europeans

3. War

4. Archaeology

5. Africa

6. Shrines

7. Supernatural being

8. Humanely

9. Trade

10. Artefacts


ENT409 TMA1 10/10

1. Philippines

2. 1890’s

3. 15th

4. 18,000 BC

5. 19

6. 5000 BC

7. 70’s

8. Czech Republic

9. 40,000 years

10. France


CLL307 TMA1

CLL307


1. Statutory company

2. Hire purchase agreement

3. Section 50(1)

4. To refund all rents paid by the hirer

5. Section 14(1)

6. Bill of lading

7. 25 million

8. Transfer of title

9. Section 14 (1)

10. Tax



CIT 392 TMA1. 10/10
Interface
Folder
Heap
Compiler
Software
Pereto
Multitasking
Algorithm
Main
Log file


DAM301 TMA 1 10/10
1. is a subject-oriented, integrated, time-variant, nonvolatile collection of data in support of management decisions.  --------------------
Data Warehousing.Â
2. Data Mining. predicts future trends & behaviors, allowing business managers to make proactive,knowledge-driven decisions. -------------------
Data mining.Â
3. The time horizon in Data warehouse is usually _.Â
5-10Â years.Â
4. The important aspect of the data warehouse environment is that data found within the datawarehouse is.Â
All of the options

5. Expansion for DSS in DW is_.Â
Decision Support system
6. _describes the data contained in the data warehouse.Â
Metadata.

7. _ is the heart of the warehouse.Â
Data warehouse database servers
8. ____ is held in the catalog of the warehouse database system.
Algorithmic level metadata.
9. _defines the structure of the data held in operational databases and used byoperational applications.Â
Operational metadata.
10. __ is the specialized data warehouse database.
Redbrick.


CIT 381 10/10
Answers
*Logical I/I
*Usage count
*Pile/serial
*Three level directory
*None of the options
*Sequential
*Ease to access
*It is made up of a number of files
*File name extension
*Reliability



Css361 tma1

1. Latin

2. Adoption of the sharia penal code and criminal procedure code for the whole country

3. High court

4. Misdemeanor

5. Biological theory

6. Arrest and pre trial detention should be used as a measure of last resort

7. Nigeria union of teachers

8. Below 7

9. Only Lagos do juvenile offenders still enjoy some protection under the law

10. rehabilitative philosophy



Css343 information systems security management

1. ‘trust’

2. Preliminary study

3. interviewing top-level management,

4. Direct change over

5. Trojan horses

6. rely on information,

7. User or Operator Documentation

8. data flows,

9. ‘Changeover’.

10. maintaining systems.




Pcr373


1. 118

2. Acronyms

3. Social economic

4. Safe environment

5. Rape

6. Internal hostilities that are renders international

7. Transiting

8. Proliferation

9. Yakubu Gowon

10. 50%




Css341 tma1

1. Sarki

2. Detective

3. 1930

4. Court of first instances

5. Preventive measures

6. elders.

7. Divination

8. Surveillance

9. Lokoja.




Css 351 tma1


1. Open prison

2. Local government areas constituency

3. The gate lodge

4. Commitment warrant

5. 1861

6. Exoneration

7. Enactment of law

8. Minister of internal affairs

9. 1920




PHY 191 TMA 1

PHY191


1. A basic physical quantity is one of the following except _____________

Answer: Acceleration

2. Sorry i Failed to solve question 2

3. Which of the following graph will give a straight line graph that will not pass through the origins

Answer: The answer is “C”

4. Derived quantities are one of these except ____

Answer: Temperature

5. If P is plotted against V in Boyle's law equation, the graph is

Answer: non-linear

6. The change in position of an object with respect to time refers that time is _ variable

Answer: Independent

7. Which of the following equations of a simple pendulum gives a linear relationship between T and L

Answer: T^2=(4Ï€^2)l/g

8. Which of the following equations of a graph specifies negative slope __

Answer: y = m x + b

9. Given the equation, T = 2π√(M+m)/k reduce the expression to a linear one as y = ax + b . what is b?

Answer: (4Ï€^2m/k)

10. The constant of proportionality on a graph of y against x is given by

Answer: gradient of y and x



MAC 133 | MAC 111 TMA 1

MAC111 TMA1 10/10


PHYSICAL NOISE

PHYSIOLOGICAL NOISE

NOISE

PSYCHOLOGY NOISE

WRITING

LINGUISTIC NOISE

GROUPS ARE SOCIAL GATHERING

WIDE CHOREOGRAPHY

INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION

RECEIVER



MAC113 9/10

1891

THE PRESS

INTERPOL

120 COWRIES/ONE PENNY

ENGLAND

CAPTIVE AUDIENCE

1846

1857

MICHAEL OKPARA



CIT 411 TMA 1

cit 411

10/10

control unit

registers

assembly language

Interrupt

microprocessor

reduced instruction set computer

Addressing modes

RAM

IP SFR

microprocessor



CIT 465 TMA 1

cit465

10/10

ClassF

DHCP

II, III and V

IP Addressing

Organization

Wasted

I and II

192 168 24 43

Host-to-Host

Classless Addressing




CIT 427 TMA 1

cit427

10/10

Modeling Language

Data Structures

Rectangles

Ellipses

Web Services

Hierarhical model

Diamonds

Methods

Instance



CIT 208 TMA 1

Cit208 TMA1

intersecting.

Input process output.

Indent cannot be used when writing SQL statement.

Table name.

SELECT DISTINCT Column_name(s) FROM table_name.

Table name.

Data definition language (DDL).

to extract data from the database.

Providing computer for sale to staff.



CIT 322 TMA 1

CIT 322 TMA 1. 10/10

TCP/IP

Presentation

Data link

HTML

Resource reservation protocol

Resource reservation protocol

Area

DHCP

Modem

Communication



NSC 309 TMA 1

*NSC309 TMA1 10/10*

1) which of the ff is a legal aspect. Ans all of the options.

2) in recent times. Ans all of the options.

3) the normal estimated week of confinement. Ans 38-42.

4) the NMCN is a category B parastatal. Ans No 89,1979.

5) maternal and child health nursing can be visualized. Ans health promotion.

6) the objective of nursing and midwifery council of Nigeria include the ff. Ans negotiate salary structure.

7) pubarche is controlled by. Ans androgen.

8) the procedure that involves direct visualization. Ans laparoscopy.

9) the phase of health care in which the focus. Ans health restoration.

10) at what week of intrauterine life. Ans 10 weeks.



NSC 311 TMA 1

*NSC311 10/10*

1) nursing and _. Ans medicine.

2) benedictine order. Ans 6th.

3) the act of utilizing the environment. Ans Nightingale.

4) which of the ff options. Ans provide care.

5) Florence Nightingale became the ____. Ans founder.

6) in the ancient cultures. Ans religious leaders.

7) the order of deaconesses is similar. Ans public health nurse.

8) women entry into nursing. Ans 300.

9) nursing practice in the 21 century. Ans client.

10) Christianity taught that. Ans equal.



NSC 303 TMA 1

*NSC303 TMA1 10/10*

1) _ well being is the ability. Ans mental.

2) every individual and community have their. Ans health.

3) health is relative concept. Ans ecological.

4) reflect social values. Ans lifestyle.

5) defined health as a relative. Ans dubos.

6) determinants of health include all except. Ans age.

7) _ is pertains to the tissue. Ans A and B.

8) the ecological concept raises two issues. Ans imperfect man, imperfect environment.

9) ___ concept see disease or ill health. Ans biomedical.

10) physical and mental traits. Ans conception.



CSS 121 TMA1

Css121

Territory

Pre-natal

Human welfare

Information gathering

Learning

Naturalistic observation

Tested

Personality traits

Development psychology

Cultural background..



MTH 106 TMA 1

MTH106


1. 1,2,3,4,6,8

2. intersection

3. Capital

4. Lower case (elements of set)

5. Union

6. Power

7. Se

8. 3,6

9. 2s

10. Common.



CSS 121 TMA 1

Css 121 tma

1.developmental psychology

2.tested

3.cultural background

4.naturalistic observation

5.pre-natal stage

6.personality trait

7.information gathering

8.human welfare

9.territory

10.learning



CIT 392 TMA 1

CIT 392 TMA1.

Interface

Folder

Heap

Compiler

Software

Pereto

Multitasking

Algorithm

Main

Log file



STT206 TMA 1

TMA1 STT206:

10/10


1)_______ can be said to measure the degree of uniformity of observations in a given set of data.

Deviation

Domain

Quartile

Dispersion√√√


2)ρ=1−6∑d2in(n2−1)ρ=1−6∑di2n(n2−1) formula is called the ____

Student T- test statistic

Mann-whitney rank

Pearson's correlation coefficient

Spearman’s rank correlation√√√


3) _______the square root of the variance for a given set of data.

Range deviation

Quartile deviation

Mean deviation

Standard deviation√√√


4)_________ is a scientific approach to presentation of numerical information in such a way that one will have a maximum understanding of the reality represented by such information.

Statistics√√√

Variable

Sampling

Statistic


5)______ has all the properties of the nominal, ordinal and interval scales including the additional property of having an absolute zero point.

Ordinal Scale

Nominal Scale

Ratio Scale√√√

Interval Scale


6)__________ is a variable that is not measurable in numerical form or that cannot be counted.

Quantitative Variable

Continuous Variable

Qualitative Variable√√√

Random Variable


7)∑i=1n(xi−¯x)n−1∑ni=1(xi−x¯)n−1 is the ____ for a given set of an ungrouped data

Sampling

Variable

Standard deviation

sample Variance√√√


8)In probability theory and statistics, the _is the discrete probability distribution of the number of successes in a sequence of “n†independent yes/no experiments.

Bernoulli distribution

Poisson distribution

Binomial distribution√√√

Normal distribution


9) ________ is a sample drawn from a population in such a way that the results of its analysis may be used to generalize about the population from which it was drawn.

Random Sample√√√

Discrete Sample

Inferential Sample

Continuous Sample


10)Consider a set of data on monthly sales of a company’s product, the mean of which was found to be N240, 000; the mode found to be N135, 000; and the standard deviation found to be N85, 000. The Pearson’s No. 1 Coefficient of skewness would be ____

1.33

1.42

2.14

  1.24√√√



CIT 474 TMA 1

cit474

class

facet

demons

demons

person

table

Global database

Instance-Frame

Attributes

Opportunistic co operation



MAC111 | MAC113 TMA 1

MAC111 TMA1 10/10


PHYSICAL NOISE

PHYSIOLOGICAL NOISE

NOISE

PSYCHOLOGY NOISE

WRITING

LINGUISTIC NOISE

GROUPS ARE SOCIAL GATHERING

WIDE CHOREOGRAPHY

INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION

RECEIVER



MAC113 9/10

1891

THE PRESS

INTERPOL

120 COWRIES/ONE PENNY

ENGLAND

CAPTIVE AUDIENCE

1846

1857

MICHAEL OKPARA



CIT 202
10/10

Disk
MODEM
Hardware
Software
Cards
Disk
Monitor
RAM
Scanner
Storage media




DAM301 TMA 1 10/10


1. is a subject-oriented, integrated, time-variant, nonvolatile collection of data in support of management decisions.  --------------------
Data Warehousing.Â
2. Data Mining. predicts future trends & behaviors, allowing business managers to make proactive,knowledge-driven decisions. -------------------
Data mining.Â
3. The time horizon in Data warehouse is usually _.Â
5-10Â years.Â
4. The important aspect of the data warehouse environment is that data found within the datawarehouse is__.Â
All of the options

5. Expansion for DSS in DW is_.Â
Decision Support system
6. _describes the data contained in the data warehouse.Â
Metadata.

7. _ is the heart of the warehouse.Â
Data warehouse database servers
8. ____ is held in the catalog of the warehouse database system.
Algorithmic level metadata.
9. _defines the structure of the data held in operational databases and used byoperational applications.Â
Operational metadata.
10. __ is the specialized data warehouse database.
Redbrick.




Eco 122 10/10
1 price
2 effective demand
3 macroeconomics
4 Keynes
5 macroeconomics
6 Ragner Frisch
7 1929
8 aggregate economy
9 income
10 welfare




Css341 tma1 9/10


1. Sarki

2. Detective

3. 1930

4. Court of first instances

5. Preventive measures

6. elders.

7. Divination

8. Surveillance

9. Lokoja.






Disk
MODEM
Hardware
Software
Cards
Disk
Monitor
RAM
Scanner
Storage media




DAM301 TMA 1 10/10


1. is a subject-oriented, integrated, time-variant, nonvolatile collection of data in support of management decisions.  --------------------
Data Warehousing.Â
2. Data Mining. predicts future trends & behaviors, allowing business managers to make proactive,knowledge-driven decisions. -------------------
Data mining.Â
3. The time horizon in Data warehouse is usually _.Â
5-10Â years.Â
4. The important aspect of the data warehouse environment is that data found within the datawarehouse is__.Â
All of the options

5. Expansion for DSS in DW is_.Â
Decision Support system
6. _describes the data contained in the data warehouse.Â
Metadata.

7. _ is the heart of the warehouse.Â
Data warehouse database servers
8. ____ is held in the catalog of the warehouse database system.
Algorithmic level metadata.
9. _defines the structure of the data held in operational databases and used byoperational applications.Â
Operational metadata.
10. __ is the specialized data warehouse database.
Redbrick.




Eco 122 10/10
1 price
2 effective demand
3 macroeconomics
4 Keynes
5 macroeconomics
6 Ragner Frisch
7 1929
8 aggregate economy
9 income
10 welfare




Css341 tma1 9/10


1. Sarki

2. Detective

3. 1930

4. Court of first instances

5. Preventive measures

6. elders.

7. Divination

8. Surveillance

9. Lokoja.



NSC 402 TMA1

*NSC 402 TMA*


Pen torch exam

Bleeding

Closed

Tonometry

Ophthalmoscopy

Posterior chamber depth

Myopia

3 meters

Infantile glaucoma

Hypertension

10/10



CIT 381 TMA 1

CIT 381 10/10

Answers

*Logical I/I

*Usage count

*Pile/serial

*Three level directory

*None of the options

*Sequential

*Ease to access

*It is made up of a number of files

*File name extension

*Reliability



CIT 262 TMA 1

Cit262 9/10

TmA1

Memory line

6

CD-ROM

Control logic

Delayed addressing

Keyboard operation

Register

Memory flag

CPU



CIT383 TMA1

CIT383

Answers

* Factorability

* Method call

* Inheritance

* Composition

* Modules

* Indexer

* Method overriding

* Array



BUS 105 TMA 1

Bus 105

10/10


Manager

Purpose

Marketing

Manager

Sir reynolds

Management

Management

Weihrich and Koontz

Personnel



MKT 306 TMA

MKT306

Sales figure

Customers

Complaints

Competitors with a view

Lost

Indirect

Uncover

High

Monopoly

Strategic

10/10



ACC 206 TMA1

ACC206

1. DEBIT RAW MATERIALS 50,000 CREDIT ACCOUNT PAYABLE 50,000

2. ABSORPTION OF OVERDRAFT

3. DIVIDEND COVER

4. SUNK COST

5. 2.5% OF DIRECT MATERIAL COST ❌

6. VARIANCE ANALYSIS

7. ALLOCATION METHOD

8. STANDARD COST

9. PROCESS COSTING

10. STANDARD OVERHEAD



CLL 307 TMA 1

CLL307


1. Statutory company

2. Hire purchase agreement

3. Section 50(1)

4. To refund all rents paid by the hirer

5. Section 14(1)

6. Bill of lading

7. 25 million

8. Transfer of title

9. Section 14 (1)

10.



CHM 101 TMA 1

CHM 101

1. In metallurgy, hydrogen reduces metal oxides to_

Answer: metals

2. In space craft, hydrogen gas is used as __cells for generating electrical energy.

Answer: Fuel

3. Hydrogen reduses sulphur to __

Answer: hydrogen sulphide

4. Hydrogen react with oxygen at room temperature to form _

Answer: hydrogen peroxide

5. An atom that has accepted an electron(s) and have net negative charge is called_

Answer: anion

6. The mass number of an atom is defined as the number of __ in the atom

Answer: protons and neutrons

7. The balanced chemical equation for the reaction of hydrogen and nitrogen in the preparation of ammonia is _

Answer: 3H2+N2<−−−−−−>2NH3

8. Atom may combine in definite ratio to form larger groups of atoms or unit called _

Answer: molecules

9. One of the industrial uses of hydrogen is in the manufacture of __ in fertilizer plants

Answer: ammonia

10. Another name for group 1 element is ____

Answer: alkali metals



PUL 337 TMA1

PUL337

1. Function of government

2. Aristotle

3. Rousseau

4. Three

5. Law

6. Civil law

7. John Locke

8. Dicey

9. Wade and Philip

10. Nwabueze



PAD 341 TMA 1

PAD 341 TMA

1. The subject matter

2. Dimock(1937

3. Gullick and Urwick(1937)

4. Staffing

5. Nigro 1965

6. Basu(1994)

7. Very wide

8. The technique of mgt.

9. Waldo 1985

10. Walker



BUS 330 TMA 1

BUS330


Control

Materials

Two

Manipulation

Supervising

Employees

Badeian

Frederick

Conceptual

Management



PAD 305 TMA 1

PAD 305 10/10

Thomas Hobbes

Preamble to the Constitution

Institutions

Functionality

Purpose of the state

Sovereignty

Government

Government

Montesquleu

King James 1 of England


MKT 108 TMA1

MKT108

Population

5

Yes

Technology

Foreign market

Yes

Manager

System

Marketing

10/10



CSS343 TMA 1

Css343 information systems security management


1. ‘trust’


2. Preliminary study


3. interviewing top-level management,


4. Direct change over


5. Trojan horses


6. rely on information,


7. User or Operator Documentation


8. data flows,


9. ‘Changeover’.


10. maintaining systems


ECO 122 TMA1

Eco 122

1 price

2 effective demand

3 macroeconomics

4 Keynes

5 macroeconomics

6 Ragner Frisch

7 1929

8 aggregate economy

9 income

10 welfare


BIO102 TMA 1

*BIO 102 TMA*


1. Fingers

2. Lungs

3. Feeding

4. All of the above

5. Sporangia

6. Merchantia

7. Anterior sucker

8. Sporophyte

9. All of the above

10. Archegonium


ENG 122 TMA 1

Eng 122

1. A snake was killed by wassilat

2. Were

3. Is

4. Lend

5. Used to

6. Th ewitk has been done by us

7. Is being

8. Building materials are sold by him

9. Law is being studied by him

10. The plates have been washed by the girl.


POL 126 TMA 1

Pol126

1 Culture

2 Communitarian theory

3 Madieval era

4 Freemen

5 Repression of protest

6 Sovereignty

7 Rights

8 Positive natural duties

9 Max Weber

10 follow stress your head


POL124 TMA 1

Pol 124 10/10

Parliamentary

Constituency

Military rule

Confedral

State

Executive

Nigeria

Power

Diverse

Head of state


ENT204 TMA

Ent 204 tma 1 10/10

1. Entrepreneurs

2. Entrepreneur

3. Achievement

4. Perfection

5. 1900s

6. Michael Morris

7. Economists

8. Obstacles

9. Entrepreneurs

10. Entrepreneurship


BFN 104 TMA

Bbf 104, central bank

Sprayability

Bank

Explorative

1959

Lapo

Center bank

Chairmana

1912

Retail bankers

10/10


ECO342 TMA

10/10

Eco eco342

1 . Income

2. net national product,

3. disposable income

4, national income data

5, personal income

6, gross national product

7, circular flow income

8,spend thrift

9,real resources

10, the circular flow of


BIO101 TMA

BIO 101

1. The longest phase in the cell cycle is

Answer: Interphase

2. Which among the following options is not a kind of plant

Answer: Abacus

3. The activity of cambium ring lead to the formation of

Ans: Secondary Tissue

4. If an individual wants to view diakinesis, which of these plant would be better

Answer: Onion roots

5. Which among the plant group can survive both on land and in water?

Answer: Bryophyte

6. To say an organism is alive means

Answer: All the options

7. Which among the following options is a dehiscent plant

Answer: Pea

8. If there is an increase in the condensation of chromatin during the process of cell division there would be

Answer: Both A&B or heterochromatin decreases

9. What comes to your mind upon hearing that water passes through semi membrane

Answer: Osmosis

10. The number of DNA in the chromosome at the G2 stage of the cell cycle is

Answer: 2



CIT202 TMA

CIT 202

10/10


Disk

MODEM

Hardware

Software

Cards

Disk

Monitor

RAM

Scanner

Storage media


Eco324 TMA 1

Eco324


1 Ideology

2, division of labour

3, usury

4. Hebrew and Jewish

5 , cultural

6 athen Socrates

7, classical economic

8 economic consideration ,

9 equality

10, historical account of economic doctrine


ECO256 TMA 1

ECO256


1. 5,

2. integrand.

3, parts

4, one

5, marginal revenue

6. integration

7, definition

8, substitution

9, AR

10, mc


ACC 203 TMA1

ACC 203 TMA 1..

1••• Investment

2••• Relevance

3••• Fraudsters

4••• Cash discount

5••• 2

6••• Creditor

7••• Entity concept

8••• Accounting as an art

9••• Ledger proper

10••• An Auditor


ENG122 TMA 1

ENG 122

1. Were

2. Are been (the wrong one)

3. Lend

4. Law is being studied by him

5. Building materials are sold by him

6. Is

7. Used to

8. The work has been done by us

9. A snake was killed by Wasilat

10. The plates have been washed by the girl.


ENG121 TMA1

*ENG 121*


1. Fall

2. With regard to

3. Legacies

4. Against

5. Noise

6. Sober

7. Ten-man

8. But

9. Is

10. Challenge



MAC 221 TMA 1

Mac221,

1. Culmination

2. Raster

3. Microsoft window

4. Directing

5. Character

6. Back up

7. Communication

8. Control

9. Handwritten

10. Editing


MAC 213 TMA 1

1. purposive sampling

2. discrete and continuous

3. Content analysis

4. Hypothesis

5. generate conflict among scholars

6. Survey method

7. Items or object in a universe under study

8. Operational definition

9. Advertising research finding

10. Concept


ENG 141 TMA 1

ENG141


1 falling tune

2 Rhythm

3 Consonant

4 _

5 long

6 /m/ and /n/

7 _

8 final fricative

9 twelve

10 glides


CIT 351 TMA 1

Cit 351 Tma1


System object

Reference

single inheritance

Pointer types

.Net is the platform on which C# is built

Correct use of standards

Any number

European computer manufacturers association


ECO 342 TMA 1

TMA 1 Eco342


Income

Real resources

GNP

The circular flow of income

Disposable income

Persenal income

Spendthrift

National income data

NNP

Circular flow of income


CHM 101 TMA 1

Chm 101 10/10

1. Fuel

2. alkaline

3. Hydrogen

4. Ammonia

5. Metals

6. Hydrogen peroxide

7. 2HN3

8. Carbon

9. Protons and neutons

10. Hydrogen sulphide


CIT 215 TMA 1

CIT 215 - 10/10


1. Finiteness Criterion

2. Problem maintenance

3. System testing

4. NEXT

5. Totally machine-dependant

6. Algorithm complexity

7. Middle assertion

8. GWBASIC

9. REM statement

10. Output


POL 228 TMA 1

Pol228 tma 10/10


Models

Renaissance

Government

Institutions

States

Methodological

"What"

Parliamentary Government

Renaissance period

Different and similarity among countries


BIO 204 TMA 1

Bio204

10/10

Illumination control

Temporary

Diaphragm knob

Dark field

Rack Bob

Oil immersion lens

Bright field

Iluminator

Temporary

Dust jacket


POL 216 TMA 1

Pol216 10/10 tma 1


Political stability ✅

Republican ✅

Habe kings✅

Quasi sovereign ✅

Non western ✅

Local government ✅

Northern ✅

Local government ✅

Misappropriation✅

Local government ✅


CIT 392 TMA 1

CIT 392 TMA1. 10/10

Interface

Folder

Heap

Compiler

Software

Pereto

Multitasking

Algorithm

Main

Log file


ECO 344 TMA1

ECO344

Bottom up

Factor

Increasing

Market clearing

Marginal product

Monetary

Homogeneous

Market

PPF

Foreign direct investment



NSC 307 TMA 1

Nsc307 TMA1 answers

1- receptor

2- insulin

3- pharmacodynamics

4- ranitidine

5- Chemotherapy

6- relatively slow onset of action

7- Traditional medicines

8- suppositories

9- occurs in individuals exposed to environmental allergies

10- essential drugs


NSC 305 TMA 1

Nsc305 tma1 answers

1; 2 forms of immunity

2; specific immunity is also called acquired immunity

3; White blood cells

4; phagocytosis

5; which of these is the body's response against individual invading organisms? ( Acquired immunity)

6; cell mediated immunity is a type of acquired immunity

7; T- lymphocytes

8; inflammation

9; another name for natural immunity is innate immunity

10; Ribocytes


PCR 111 TMA 1

*Pcr111*10/10

1. justices

2.1979

3. Believers

4. sex

5. 2000

6. Life

7. enforcement

8. Perversion

9. Recurrence

10.1776


NSC207 TMA 1

NSC 207 introduction to biochemistry

1. Uracil

2. Transcription

3. Uracil

4. They alter â +G reaction

5. mtRNA

6. They have a very long life span

7. Lyases

8. Uracil

9. Thymine

10. Hydrogen bond



BUS800 TMA1
1) The study of system concept has ______ basic implications
Ans: Three
2) A system can be ______ , mechanical or socialAns: Conceptual
3) Adebayo et Al(2010) define_______ as a process whereby a complex life problem is converted into simple representation of the problem situationAns: Medelling
4) A system is closed when it does not interface with its_______. Ans: Environment
5) The term______ is used as a measure of disorganizationAns: Entropy
6)The Monte Carlo method of simulation was developed by ____ mathematicianAns: Two
7) According to _____ defined system as an integrate set of element that accomplish a defined objective.Ans: INCOSE
8) A ______ can also be defined as a collection of element or components or units that are organized for a common purpose.Ans: System
9) The term system is derived from Greek word ______Ans: systema
10) _______ Is primarily concerned with experimentally predicting the behavior of a real system for the purpose of designing the system. Ans: Simulation


======NSC314======
1. _______ Antidepressant medication are best avoided because of the potential for addiction
Sodium Valproate
Chlorpromazine
Fluoxetine
--->> Benzodazepines
2. The type of personality that operate according the pressure principle is called__________________?
--->> Id
Ego
Superego
Ego-Id
3. The three body types, according to Sheldon was established in the year_________?
1950
--->> 1954
1960
1963
4. Prevalence rates are 2 - 3% in the generation population and 10-15% in psychiatric inpatience population
Borderline
Antisocial
--->> Historionic
Narcissistic
5. ________Believe that genetics are the primary determinate of personality
B. F. Skinner
John B. Watson
--->> Hans Eysenck
Carl Rogers
6. _____Personlity disorder have a prevalence rate of 2% in the general population and 20% in psychiatric inpatient populations
--->> Borderline
Hisorionic
Narcissistic
Antisocial
7. The following are the examples of Neuroses Except______________?
Phobic Neurosis
Hysterical Neurosis
Anxiety Deurosis
--->> All of the above
8. The old name for Mental subnormality is called_____________________?
--->> Mental deficiency
Mental Disorder
mental retadation
None of the above
9. …………….. Are false beliefs which are not true to fact, cannot be corrected an appeal to reason or logic
--->> Delusions
Hallucination
Flight of Ideas
Emotional Reaction
10. _____is a pervasive pattern of gradiosity need for aadmiration and lack of empathy?
Antisocial
Borderline
Historionic
--->> Narcissistic


POL 111 TMA 1

Pol111 10/10

1 Equates politics with government

2 Economics

3 Behavioral revolution********

4 The impossibility of verification of data as well as the generalization

5 The methodology which a political science adopts

6 Thesame Answer as 5

7 Only possible solution to the problem of order

8 William bluhm

9 post - behavioralism****

10 Theoretical sociological

Are mostly inter-changed so be careful when choosing your answer


ECO 231 TMA 1

Eco 231

1, demand

2, price taker

3, total revenue

4, level of satisfaction connected with alternative choice

5, monopsony

6, budget line

7Buyer

8, Marginal rate of substitution

9 shut down


BUS 205 TMA 1

BUS 205

1. Acceptance

2. Simple

3. Contact

4. Law

5. Business

6. Bonded

7. Binding

8. Contract

9. Kurfi

10. Quasi


PCR 362 TMA 1

PCR 362

10/10

Poor planning

19th century

Global populace

Confrontation strategy

Evitable

Integrative

Thomos Hobbes

Slums

Transformation strategy

Inter-personal



POL 111 TMA 1

Pol111 10/10

1 Equates politics with government

2 Economics

3 Behavioral revolution********

4 The impossibility of verification of data as well as the generalization

5 The methodology which a political science adopts

6 Thesame Answer as 5

7 Only possible solution to the problem of order

8 William bluhm

9 post - behavioralism****

10 Theoretical sociological

Are mostly inter-changed so be careful when choosing your answer



MTH 312 TMA 1

Mth 312 tma1 10/10

1. Injective and surjective

2. (134)(25)

3. Kir IR =0

4. A cyclic group of order mn

5. 1234

6. A commutative ring with unity

7. H(HnK)=(HK)/K

8. 1,-1

9. 2

10. Failed dis


PCR 272 | PCR 274 TMA 1

Pcr 272 tma 1

Freetown

Glorious

1688

Written

Unwritten

Two

One

1787

1971

Regulate


Pcr 274 tma 1

Conflicts

Germany

Bath

Weber

Schmid

Russia

Chinese

Religious

Prayer

Ethnicity


PCR 362
10/10
Poor planning
19th century
Global populace
Confrontation strategy
Evitable
Integrative
Thomos Hobbes
Slums
Transformation strategy
Inter-personal



CSS 342 TMA 1

Css342

10/10

Organisational culture

Safety programme

Safety performance indicator

Leadership

Safety performance targets

Safety

Traditional

Incident

Modern (Proactive)

Systems


Css241
10/10
Copy and paste
Physical security
Security threat
Greek word
Idealism
Marxism
Security
Loan
Anti virus software
Computer security


CSS111

1. sociology as a discipline is a branch of social sciences
2. Auguste Camte. Advocate the use of scientific method in the use of study of the society
3. Sociology deals with the scientific study of group and society
4. Auguste Camte popularised the term sociology
5. Etymologically, the term sociology was drives from Latin and Greek language
6. Auguste Camte regarded as father of sociology
7. Sociology is regarded as mother of social sciences
8. The sociological title positivist philosophy is associated to Auguste Camte
9. Interaction between individual is the scope of sociology
10. While psychologist focus on the Intended sources of behavior, sociologist focus on the External sources of behavior


BUS 317 | Bus 325 All TMA1

Bus317 TMA 1

1. Inspection

2. Standardization

3. Manufacturing

4. Process

5. Engineering

6. Simplification

7. Operation

8. Tonne

9. Planned

10. Interchangeably


Bus325 TMA 1

1. Analysis of present and future circumstances

2. Picketing

3. Tell and sell approach

4. Responsibility

5. Reward power

6. To reward employee for effort, loyalty and achievement

7. Conductivity

8. East European contextual style model

9. job specification

10. Signed and sealed careers


PHY 101 TMA 1

Phy101 TMA1

20m-s

X'=x-vt,y'=y,z'=zt'=t

66.6cm

Temperature of the system

2.6*10^6

V2/4c( it's v square)

100.18cmsquare

I=1/✓46, m=3/✓46 n= 6/✓46

X= 1/2 y= -1/2 z= 0


POL 212 TMA1

Pol 212 10/10


Secondary sources

Tabular form

Tabulation

Population

George cantor

Estimation

Secondary sources

Distribution (the arrangement)

Statistics

Finite


JIL 516 TMA 1

JIL516


Question: Animus possedendi means to possess

Answer: none


Question: The kind of jurisprudence which deals with law as it ought to be is

Answer: ethical


Question: A jurist states that all the action of the sovereign namely pains and pleasure emanate from

Answer: Hedonism


Question: One of this is a source of law in ancient and contemporary society

Answer: precedent


Question: The term person is derived from Latin word persona which means

Answer: Mask


Question: Ownership is something that give a recognition to claim named

Answer: De jure


Question: The book Leviathan was written by who

Answer: Hobbes


Question: Summa theological is a something written by who

Answer: Book by Thomas Aquina


Question: Stare Decisis means previous judgment shall be

Answer: Upheld


Question: The thing on which the right is to be exercise is called

Answer: object


PHS 202 TMA 1

PHS 202

1) Proteomics

2)Genotype

3)Nutritional

4)Glycogen

5)All of the options

6)Skin color

7)Genomics

8)Religion/culture

9)Saturated fat

1o)Transcriptomics


BUS 401 TMA 1

*BUS401: 10/10*


*Devices


*Its own resources and run the hardware...........


*File


*Digital versatile disc


*An input device


*Information verification


*Agriculture


*it holds the web-based


*Data redundancy


*The retational Database


BED 416 TMA 1

BED416


1- BASIC & ADMIN

2- FUNCTIONS

3- TWO

4- SUBSET

5- SUPPORT

6- ALL WORKPLACE

7- OFFICE

8- OFFICE

9- OFFICE

10- OFFICE


EDU 282 TMA 1

Edu282

1: Wealth

2: Skills

3: Teaching

4: Psychomotor

5: Lecture

6: Reinforcement

7: Learn

8: Method

9: Teacher centered. Wrong answer

10: Office practice


CLL 307 TMA 1

CLL307


1. Statutory company

2. Hire purchase agreement

3. Section 50(1)

4. To refund all rents paid by the hirer

5. Section 14(1)

6. Bill of lading

7. 25 million

8. Transfer of title

9. Section 14 (1)

10. Tax


ACC 306 TMA 1

ACC306

1. Work in progress

2. Repairs of buildings

3. Perpetual inventory system

4. Production overhead (fail)

5. Multiple costing

6. Selling overheard

7. Simple average method

8. Quality, Quantity, price and delivery

9. Assessment

10. The charge to production is as closely related to current price level


EDU 114 TMA 1

EDU 114

1. Organizational

2. Intermediaries between God and the living

3. Industrial Revolution:

4. That there were high drop-out rates leading to shortage of teachers

5. Oral literature

6. Donations

7. Physical and spiritual

8. Fathers direct the male children

9. People’s way of thinking, beliefs, feelings and doing things

10. North and the South

10/10


CSS 132 TMA 1

CSS132 TMA 1

10/10


Culture

Ethnocentrism

Ethnography

Ethnic group

Tribe

Classificatory

Ideal

Ethnologist

Ethnography

Herodotus


PCR 276 TMA 1

Pcr 276 tma 1

Attitude

Information

Incorrect

Most important

Halo effect

Perception

Process

Culture **

Social perception

Out


INR 212 TMA 1

INR 212 tma 1 .10/10

Ambassador

Municipal

Diplomat

War

Treaty

Negotiation

First World War

Government

State

Diplomacy


BIO 102 TMA 1

*BIO 102 TMA*


1. Fingers

2. Lungs

3. Feeding

4. All of the above

5. Sporangia

6. Merchantia

7. Anterior sucker

8. Sporophyte

9. All of the above

10. Archegonium


CHM 102 TMA 1

CHM 102 TMA-1

10/10


1. poisoned

2. C=C

3. Ammonia

4. Terminal

5. Functional group

6. Alkane burn in excess air of oxygen to give carbonmonoxide and water

7. Aliphatic, alicyclic, aromatic

8. Alkylation

9. Divided into two main classes depending on the relative positions of the two double bonds in the molecule

10.Diels-Alder


PHY 101 TMA 1

Phy101


1) 20m-s

2) x'=x-vt, y'=y z'=z t'=t

3) 122.3

4)66.6cm

5) temperature of the system

6) 2.6*10^6

7)v²/4c

8)100.18cm²

9)l= 1/√46, m=3/√46, n=-6/√46

10)x=1/2, y=-1/2 Z=0


CIT215 | CIT 211 ALL TMA 1

CIT 215 - 10/10


1. Finiteness Criterion

2. Problem maintenance

3. System testing

4. NEXT

5. Totally machine-dependant

6. Algorithm complexity

7. Middle assertion

8. GWBASIC

9. REM statement

10. Output


CIT 211


1. The total time taken from the submission time till the first response is produced.

2. Preemptive scheduling

3. Preemptive scheduling

4. Allowing a job to use the processor (correct answer but they failed it)

5. tq= 15ms

6. if a process is executing in its critical section, then no other process must be executing in their critical sections.

7. using very large time slices converts it into First come First served scheduling algorithm.

8. all of the options

9. Critical section

10. after a process has made a request to enter its critical section and before the request is granted


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