AAA Mechanics Ltd has tasked your team to develop the requirements for their vehicle mechanical service company

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AAA Mechanics Ltd has tasked your team to develop the requirements for their vehicle mechanical service company

system. The system is to allow the company to record client information – their details (for example name, address, contact details), vehicle details (for example make, model, colour, registration), and service history (for example service dates and odometer readings, details of the services performed separated into labour tasks and parts used, the mechanics involved). The system must also keep records of the mechanics employed by the company – their personal details, their qualifications and special licenses, time sheet information, emergency contact details, supervisor details. The company has a pool of ten mechanics who are entitled to a rostered day off per fortnight and so the system must be able to produce a roster for the mechanics ensuring that there is always at least five mechanics working on a day and one mechanic available for emergency call in, in the event of illness or extra work demand. Mechanics can enter information into the system at any of five terminals to be placed in the workshop area; front office staff can enter information at any of two terminals in the front office; and roadway staff can enter details at an outside terminal on arrival of the client with their vehicle. The company also provides loan cars to clients on request and so must keep information on when loan cars are available for clients and who has a loan car at any given time and for how long. AAA Mechanics Ltd needs to manage an inventory of common parts and consumables that the mechanics use for jobs. Mechanics decrement the inventory as they use parts and consumables. The purchasing officer for AAA Mechanics Ltd needs to be able to check inventory levels at any time and order additional stock (typically via email to a supplier as necessary). However, the purchasing officer should also receive a warning email if stock levels decrement below a threshold. The system should be able to handle up to 5000 part numbers (a consumable also has a part number) and the purchasing officer set the thresholds for the warning levels for each part as they require. A part or consumable has a name, a number, a supplier and a minimum order quantity. AAA Mechanics Ltd has a finance manager who must be able to extract information related to car services and bills paid (clients pay the front office staff on completion of a job) as well as invoices paid to suppliers, for parts ordered by the purchasing officer. The finance manager prefers to use Microsoft® Excel® and MYOB® for accounting activities. AAA Mechanics Ltd has a marketing manager who needs to be able to set up mail out reminders to clients when their car might be coming due for a service and any special offers. The marketing manager also likes to use Corel® Draw®, as well as Microsoft® Excel®. There has been some consideration to giving mechanics a tablet computing device so that they can enter information more freely as they move around the workshop but there are concerns about the robustness of such devices (mechanics like to drop things) and the need for a local wireless area network – if possible this is desirable, but not mandatory. AAA Mechanics Ltd has an IT administrator to maintain the system, perform backups and set access permissions, for example. The team, apart from the IT administrator, finance manager and marketing manager are generally fairly IT illiterate and so need very simple user interfaces.

Identify and describe appropriate non-functional requirements for the system.

Engineering Technology

Bringes a retail chain has retail stores across three states With its current legacy system Bringes is having

Question

Bringes, a retail chain, has retail stores across three states. With its current legacy system, Bringes is having

problems tracking the inventory levels for its stores. It is planning to implement an Oracle database system to replace this legacy system. Which of the following most supports Bringes’ decision to replace its legacy system with an Oracle database system?

Conversion cost required for the implementation of an Oracle database system is not supported by the IT budget.

Maintenance of an Oracle database system is more expensive than the legacy system presently in use.

Bringes’ channel partners use a database system that supports the Oracle database system.

Implementing an Oracle database system will require Bringe to hire additional specialized personnel to manage it.

Partial implementation of the Oracle database system can create more problems than it is likely to solve.

QUESTION 32

Which of the following statements best describes the productivity paradox of technology investment?

As investment in technology increases, productivity decreases steadily.

The productivity of any technology is directly proportional to the investment in that technology.

While it is easy to quantify the costs associated with developing an information system, it is often difficult to quantify tangible productivity gains from its use.

The productivity of an information system is in no way related to the investment in the technology.

While it is easy to identify and quantify the intangible benefits of an information system, it is not easy to quantify the tangible benefits.

QUESTION 33

A metric deemed most critical to accessing progress toward a certain goal is referred to as a(an) ________.

performance metric

critical performance initiative

key performance indicator

critical factor

critical performance indicator

QUESTION 34

Which of the following statements is true about a mashup?

It is used to disseminate information to a narrow audience.

It is the process of allowing companies to use everyday people as a cheap labor force.

It is used to increase brand awareness through the network effect.

It is an application or a Web site that uses data from one or more service providers.

It is a small interactive tool used for a single purpose.

QUESTION 35

________ is the dubious practice of registering a domain name and then trying to sell the name for big bucks to the person, company, or organization most likely to want it.

Cybersquatting

Logic bombing

Spear phishing

Hacktivism

Bot herding

QUESTION 36

Whenever an order is placed with online retailers, the retailers put together the order, ship it, and charge the payment to the customer’s credit card. This process of selling a product or service is known as the ________ process.

make-to-stock

order-to-cash

time-to-market

procure-to-pay

make-to-order

QUESTION 37

Which of the following statements about a just-in-time strategy is true?

Companies using this strategy allow suppliers to manage the manufacturer’s inventory levels based on pre-established service levels.

Retailers using this strategy allow suppliers to maintain ownership of inventory within their warehouses or stores until items are scanned at the point of sale.

Companies using this strategy try to optimize their ordering quantities such that parts or raw materials arrive just when they are needed for production.

Companies using this strategy maintain large inventories of supplies, parts, warehousing resources, and extra workers to meet production contingencies.

A manufacturer or retailer using this strategy shares real-time sales data with suppliers who maintain inventory levels based on pre-established agreements.

QUESTION 38

A dataset comprised of extremely large amounts of complex data would best be described as ________.

network data

big data

extreme data

mega data

a database

QUESTION 39

When a company uses a fingerprint recognition system instead of access cards, it helps the company prevent unauthorized physical access. Which of the following technologies is used for authentication here?

access-control software

passwords

smart cards

encryption

biometrics

QUESTION 40

In the context of GPS-enabled location-based services, the ability to determine the basic geographic position of a cell phone is an example of ________ service.

tracking

reintegration

navigation

location

mapping

QUESTION 41

An enterprise license is also known as a(n) ________ license.

click-wrap

volume

implied

shrink-wrap

shareware

QUESTION 42

Amazon.com took crowdsourcing mainstream with its micro-task marketplace called ________.

Citizen Science

Smart Mob

Click Workers

Mechanical Turk

Crowd Fixing

QUESTION 43

Companies implementing ________ enterprise resource planning (ERP) can benefit from scalability and agility.

in-memory

hard drive

subsidiary

cloud-based

internal-drive

QUESTION 44

Which of the following occurred in the 1946-1958 generation of computing?

The mainframe era began.

The internetworking era ended.

The mainframe era ended and the personal computer era began.

The personal computer era ended and the interpersonal computing era began.

The interpersonal computing era ended and the internetworking era began.

QUESTION 45

________ customer relationship management (CRM) systems help to create mass e-mail marketing campaigns wherein each consumer receives an individualized e-mail based on their prior purchase history.

Structured

Collaborative

Integrated

Analytical

Operational

QUESTION 46

Which of the following statements is true about companies pursuing a click-only business strategy?

These companies operate in both physical and virtual arenas.

These companies approach business activities by operating in physical locations.

These companies conduct business electronically in cyberspace.

These companies are only involved in export business activities.

These companies choose to operate their business activities solely in the traditional manner.

QUESTION 47

________ is a group meeting-based process for requirements collection.

Human-computer interface

Joint application design

Computer-aided design

Total ownership

Reverse engineering

QUESTION 48

When we consider entities as tables, each row is a ________.

form

field

record

bot

query

QUESTION 49

________ is the process of gathering and organizing information from users, managers, customers, business processes, and documents to understand how a proposed information system should function.

Data modeling

End-user development

Requirements collection

External acquisition

Beta testing

QUESTION 50

Which of the following is likely to have the suffix .com after the domain name in its URL?

The Federal Reserve

Microsoft

The World Wide Fund for Nature

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

UNICEF

QUESTION 51

________ testing is performed by actual users of the system.

Developmental

Alpha

Beta

Evolutionary

Comparative

QUESTION 52

Identify the software that is cost effective, since the vendor that builds the application spreads out the development costs by selling copies to a large number of users?

bespoke software

custom software

corrected software

adapted software

packaged software

QUESTION 53

________ refers to the process of identifying, quantifying, and presenting the value provided by a system.

Deploying a software product

Testing a process

Refining a prototype

Making a business case

Making a prototype

QUESTION 54

Subprocesses of the procure-to-pay process include ________.

creating customer records

speeding up the collection process

collecting the payment

price and terms negotiations

creating customer satisfaction

QUESTION 55

The term urbanization is best described as ________.

the movement of rural populations to urban areas

the movement of urban areas to the country

the movement of people between cities

the loss of people in major cities

the expansion of city boundaries

QUESTION 56

Which of the following statements is true about key-indicator reports?

They highlight situations that are out of the normal range.

They answer unplanned information requests to support a non-routine decision.

They help analyze why a key indicator is not at an appropriate level or why an exception occurred.

They are produced at predefined intervals to support routine decisions.

They provide a summary of critical information on a recurring schedule.

QUESTION 57

In electronic commerce, ________ is defined as the percentage of single-page visits.

showrooming

bounce rate

value chain analysis

freecycling

exit rate

QUESTION 58

The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 prohibits ________.

the use of external devices to provide access and information to companies’ confidential information

stealing or compromising data about national defense, foreign relations, atomic energy, or other restricted information

access to companies’ extranets when outsourcing work to clients overseas

signing contracts with consultants outside the United States to process information

accessing company intranet and confidential information from public computers

QUESTION 59

Which of the following statements is true about peer production?

A guest is a person who can only view the digital information.

The creator is responsible for publishing new information.

Anyone can help in producing or improving the final outcome.

Only editors have the right to develop new content.

It is also known as an enterprise content system.

QUESTION 60

Which of the following types of information systems supports the coordination of suppliers, product or service production, and distribution?

intelligent system

collaboration system

electronic commerce system

supply chain management system

geographic information system

Engineering Technology

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Problem 1For a simple random sample n = 700 and p = 0 63 At the 0 025 level test H0

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Problem 1

For a simple random sample, n = 700 and p = 0.63. At the 0.025 level, test H0: ≤ 0.60 versus

H1: 0.60 by answering the following questions:

Please round your answer to 2 decimal places

a. The test statistic is .

b. The critical value is

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The director of admissions at a large university says that 15% of high school juniors to whom she sends university literature eventually apply for admission. In a sample of 300 persons to whom materials were sent, 30 students applied for admission. In a two-tail test at the 0.05 level of significance, answering the following questions to determine whether we should reject the director’s claim:

Please round your answer to 2 decimal places

a. The critical values are +/-

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For a simple random sample, n = 200 p = 0.34. At the 0.01 level, test H0: pi = 0.40 versus H1: pi ≠ 0.40 by answering the following questions:

Please round your answer to 2 decimal places

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b. The critical values are +/-

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For a sample of 35 items from a population for which the standard deviation is = 20.5, the sample mean is 458.0.

Please round your answers to 2 decimal places.

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Following maintenance and calibration, an extrusion machine produces aluminum tubing with a mean outside diameter of 2.500 inches, with a standard deviation of 0.027 inches. As the machine functions over an extended number of work shifts, the standard deviation remains unchanged, but the combination of accumulated deposits and mechanical wear causes the mean diameter to drift away from the desired 2.500 inches. For a recent random sample of 34 tubes, the mean diameter was 2.509 inches.

Please round your answer to 3 decimal places.

a. The lower bound of the 99% confidence interval for the population mean is .

b. The upper bound of the 99% confidence interval for the population mean is

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Please Use autoCad to sketch these 4 drawings. You Must submit them each as a separate file , so you will submit 4

files. There is video attached to help with directions, please watch the video. Let me me know if there is anything you need.

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Part 1. Select an object from your everyday life that GDT could be applied to. Attach a

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Part 2. Identify two primary functions of this part (e.g. must assemble to other part(s), smooth rolling, must not wobble when placed on a flat surface). Briefly describe the functions.

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Determine the position of the centroid of the attached shape.

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a) 17.3 mm in the x

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Mechanical Engineering

Please provide some ideas for 300 words essay!According to one historian R S Westfall the mechanical

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Please provide some ideas for 300 words essay!

According to one historian, R.S. Westfall, the mechanical

philosophy that posited a physical world of little corpuscles or atoms in motion was startling in its bleakness—but admirably contrived for the purposes of modern science. The belief in a material substratum devoid of secondary properties (colours, sounds, tastes etc.) appealed to most of the leading seventeenth-century natural philosophers, notably Galileo, Descartes, Boyle, and Newton. Yet, this microscopic world was beyond the reach of human observation. Why was the mechanical philosophy so deeply rooted and so widespread? In what respects did it reinforce some of the new scientific theories and methods, in astronomy, physics, and chemistry?

History

A 3 kg mass (m) is attached to a stationary ceiling through a spring with stiffness ( K ) and damper A force is

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A 3 kg mass (m) is attached to a stationary ceiling through a spring with stiffness ( K ) and damper. A force is

applied to create oscillating motion. This force is applied until time equals zero. After a short interval after time, a data recorder measures the mass’s position. This position data is plotted as a red line in the diagram below. Two of the maximum displacement positions are measured at 35 and 20 mm, respectively.

a) If the time interval between the +35 and the +22 mm displacements is 0.7 sec, determine the value of K.

b) Determine the unknown (??) displacement amplitude.

Mechanical Engineering

THE ATTACHED FILE CONTAINS 102 MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS ON MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CHECK

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3. What are the advantages of the hydrostatic extrusion process?

4-.What factors determine the minimum bend radius for a material?

5. What is the function of the blank holding force in sheet drawing process?

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Mechanical Engineering

A closed tank contains 2 kg of saturated liquid water initially at 80°C (state 1) Heat transfer occurs and the

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A closed tank contains 2 kg of saturated liquid water, initially at 80°C (state 1). Heat transfer occurs and the

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Mechanical Engineering

A hydraulic jump is in place downstream from a spillway as seen in the figure Upstream of the jump the depth of

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A hydraulic jump is in place downstream from a spillway as seen in the figure. Upstream of the jump, the depth of

the stream is 0.6 ft and the average stream velocity is 18 ft /s. Just downstream of the jump, the average stream velocity is 3.4 ft/s. calculate the depth of the stream, h, just down-stream of the jump. Figure given below attached.

Mechanical Engineering

A 12 Horsepower motor has a speed of n=1790 rpm and drives a fan at 250 RPM

The sheave mounted on the motor has

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A 12 Horsepower motor has a speed of n=1790 rpm and drives a fan at 250 RPM. The sheave mounted on the motor has

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The book is Shigley’s Mechanical Engineering Design

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Please do the following questions in detail, MATLAB can be used.

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Consider a 210 MW steam power plant operating on the ideal Rankine cycle Steam enters the turbine at 10 MPa and

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Consider a 210 MW steam power plant operating on the ideal Rankine cycle. Steam enters the turbine at 10 MPa and

500C (State 1) and exits the condenser as saturated liquid (State 3) at a pressure of 10 kPa.Now consider that both the turbine and pump of the power plant have isentropic efficiency of 85%.

Questions: (d) Determine the quality of steam at the exit of the turbine.

(e) Calculate the mass flow rate (kg/s) of steam.

(f) Find thermal efficiency (%) of the cycle.

(g) Show the actual and ideal cycle on T-s diagram. Label states, indicate appropriate lines of constant pressure, and show property values.

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SP18 – The boilers at Purdue’s Wade Utility Plant produce steam at 600 psig (~4.2 MPa)

and

825 F (~440°C). After partial expansion through the turbine generator, steam at 15 psig (~205

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What is the turbine power rate? Report your answer in MW.

Mechanical Engineering

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A rigid tank is divided into two equal parts by a partition. One part of the tank contains 3.5 kg of compressed

liquid water at 400 kPa and 600C while the other part is evacuated. The partition is now removed, and the water expands to fill the entire tank. Determine the entropy change of water during this process, if the final pressure in the tank if 60 kPa

Mechanical Engineering

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A car of weight 13.7kN is travelling around a curve of constant curvature ρ.
Suppose that the tires are

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