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CHAPTER 2: RELATIONAL DATABASES AND MULTI-TABLE QUERIES Multiple Choice:

1.

Which does NOT describe the concerns about Y2K? A. Computers only stored the last two-digits of a year. B. This would impact poorly designed databases. C. The functionality of computers would be minimal or not at all. D. This was a program that contained a serious virus.

Answer: D

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

2.

Which of the following would NOT be a field used on a customer table? A. Address B. AcctNo C. Employees D. LName

Answer: C

Difficulty: Moderate

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2 Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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3.

Which of the following is NOT considered one of the essential guidelines when designing a database? A. Design for a 100-year usage B. Use calculated fields C. Store data in its smallest parts D. Design compliant with PNPI regulations

Answer: B

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

4.

When planning to build a database it is best to: A. determine the output, next design the tables. B. input the data, next design the reports. C. create and input the design of the table and reports at the same time. D. determine the input, then design the table

Answer: A

Difficulty: Difficult

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5.

Reserve space for a field with: A. PNPI regulations. B. the Sarbanes Oxley Act. C. field size property. D. validation rule.

Answer: A

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

6.

Which of the following would ensure that a value of 15 or greater is entered in a field? A. Field type B. Sarbanes Oxley Act C. Field size D. Validation rule

Answer: D

Difficulty: Difficult

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Which is NOT true of validation rules? A. They enforce a size limit. B. They check authenticity of data entered in a field. C. An error message will appear if a rule is violated. D. They protect from fraudulent practices.

Answer: D

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

8.

Which protects the general public and the shareholders of a company from accounting errors and fraudulent practices? A. PNPI Regulation B. Sarbanes Oxley Act C. Validation rule D. Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act

Answer: B

Difficulty: Moderate

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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9.

Which is NOT true of personal, nonpublic information laws? A. They protect social security numbers, credit card and bank account numbers. B. They protect medical, educational and other personal data. C. Sensitive data must be stored in a computer. D. Local laws govern the safeguarding of information.

Answer: D

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

10.

Which is NOT a reason to save the first and last name as separate fields? A. You can sort on last name. B. The first name could be used in salutation of a letter. C. It uses fewer fields. D. You can use ONLY the first or last name with a salutation.

Answer: C

Difficulty: Moderate

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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11.

Which is NOT true of a calculated field? A. Calculated fields should be stored in a table. B. The value of a calculated field is produced from an expression. C. A calculated field references other field(s). D. The result is useful at the moment the calculation is made.

Answer: A

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

12.

Which is NOT true of a birth date field? A. A birth date is considered a constant. B. A birth date would be defined as a date/time field. C. Using an Age field, which shows how old a person may be, is the same as a birth date field. D. Date arithmetic can be applied to a birth date field.

Answer: C

Difficulty: Difficult

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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13.

Which of the following is a special definition setting used on a field containing an employee’s date of hire? A. Date arithmetic B. Constant C. Date/time field D. Calculated field

Answer: C

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

14.

Which does NOT describe the term data redundancy? A. The same data exists in two tables. B. The data is always in linked tables. C. It requires updating in two locations. D. Output could be incorrect if the first and second location of same data is not updated.

Answer: B

Difficulty: Difficult

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15.

Which is the correct format of CamelCase notation? A. Years Of Svc B. Yearsofsvc C. YearsOfSvc D. YEARSOFSERVICE

Answer: C

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

16.

Access recognizes __________ data types. A. six B. nine C. five D. eight

Answer: B

Difficulty: Easy

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17.

A unique field (or combination of fields) that identifies each record in a table is called a: A. CamelCase notation. B. primary key. C. field. D. data type.

Answer: B

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

18.

All of the following are examples of primary keys EXCEPT: A. Student Id. B. Social Security Number. C. ISBN number on a textbook. D. Last Name.

Answer: D

Difficulty: Difficult

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Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries 19.

Which of the following statements is NOT true of the following example? <br><br><img src="images/EA2Fig03b.gif">

A. The numbering is assigned randomly to records. B. No natural identifier is available in the fields shown. C. The table contains a unique identifier assigned by AutoNumber. D. The field SpeakerID contains the unique identifier. Answer: A

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

20.

Which of the following is used to create a relationship between two tables? A. Primary key B. AutoNumber field C. Identification number D. Foreign key

Answer: D

Difficulty: Easy

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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Data that is organized and summarized in an easy to read view is known as a: A. table. B. PivotTable . C. design. D. report.

Answer: B

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

22.

Which is NOT true of a property? A. A property is an object’s characteristic or attribute. B. Tables, forms, queries, and reports have a set of properties. C. A property sheet is used to make changes. D. Design properties are displayed in Datasheet View.

Answer: D

Difficulty: Moderate

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Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries 23.

Which does NOT describe a caption property? A. A label can substitute for a field name in Datasheet View. B. The label can be used in place of a field name in an expression. C. The caption appears in Datasheet View, report, and form. D. The label allows spaces between words.

Answer: B

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

24.

Which is NOT true of locating and opening an existing database? A. Clicking the Cancel button will then display the option to open an existing or recently visited database. B. Existing databases can be viewed under the Browse folder. C. Existing database files found in the Browse folder cannot be opened if Blank Database is displayed above. D. Existing files can only be opened from the File button, under Open.

Answer: D

Difficulty: Difficult

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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From the following example, which does NOT apply to this view? <br><br><img src="images/EA2Fig07.gif">

A. The pencil indicates the row is being edited. B. The default name is used for the table name. C. The Design View of the table is displayed. D. The default field names are used for field1, field2, field3. Answer: C

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

26.

From the following example, which does NOT apply to this view? <br><br><img src="images/EA2Fig08.gif">

A. A primary key has been selected. B. Duplicates of data will be accepted on the BID field. C. Unique numbers will be assigned to the ID field. D. The Design View of the table called Branch is displayed. Answer: B

Difficulty: Difficult

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Which statement is NOT true of the following image display? <br><br><img src="images/EA2Fig10.gif">

A. The field Start Date type is set to a date field. B. The field name Start Date will display Manager’s Start Date in Datasheet View. C. This display shows that data will definitely be lost when the ‘Yes’ button is clicked. D. The primary key field is not Start Date. Answer: C

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

28.

Which statement is NOT true of working with tables? A. Backups of the table occur automatically. B. People do not spend time formatting the table. C. Most people do not even print a table. D. Tables are rarely used as output.

Answer: A

Difficulty: Moderate

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Which statement is NOT true when referential integrity is enforced? A. Access will reject changes that update or delete if in violation of the referential integrity. B. Access checks the accuracy of spelling in the tables. C. You can trust that the data is reliable. D. A record will not be added to the table if an ID that is referenced does not exist.

Answer: B

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 3

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

30.

What does the term cascading mean? A. Queries can retrieve data at a faster rate. B. Changes in the data travel from one table to another. C. Data is put in sequential order D. Records are arranged in order.

Answer: B

Difficulty: Moderate

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31.

Based on the following join relationship of a one-to-many relationship, which statement is TRUE? <br><br><img src="images/cascading.gif">

A. An order id can be changed in the Orders table. B. A change or update cannot be made in either table. C. An order id can be changed in the Order Details. D. An update or change can be made in both tables. Answer: B

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 3

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

32.

Which statement is NOT true of indexed property? A. An example of a setting is Yes (no duplicates). B. Indexing a table speeds the retrieval time. C. Primary keys must be indexed. D. Setting the index requires each record to be scanned sequentially.

Answer: D

Difficulty: Moderate

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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Objective: 3


Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries 33.

Which statement is NOT true about Access sharing data with Excel? A. Data can be moved easily between the two applications with cut and paste. B. A wizard can help facilitate the sharing of data. C. Tables of data can be imported and exported. D. The Get External Data command is used to do the importing.

Answer: A

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 4

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

34.

Which statement is NOT true about the following image? <br><br><img src="images/EA2Fig14.gif">

A. There are two worksheets from which to select.. B. There are four columns that will be put into four fields. C. Both tables can be selected at the same time. D. The first row of the sample data will become the field names. Answer: C

Difficulty: Difficult

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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Objective: 4


Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries 35.

Which statement is NOT true about importing Excel worksheets? A. Access uses Excel labels for field names. B. Imported data can be imported into a new table, appended to an existing table, or linked to an Access table. C. A preview of the data to be imported is displayed in a dialog box. D. There are always labels that are imported to fields.

Answer: D

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 4

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

36.

Which process is NOT an example of sharing data? A. Get External Data B. Collect and Update C. Cut and Paste D. Export data

Answer: C

Difficulty: Moderate

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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37.

Which is NOT a task when using the Import Wizard? A. Selecting a primary key B. Changing field types of fields C. Selecting the first row as column headings D. Deleting columns of data

Answer: D

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 4

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

38.

Which is NOT true of the following example of a one-to-many relationship? <br><br><img src="images/one_to_many002.gif">

A. It is the least used type of relationship. B. ID is a unique identification number that would be used in the Agents table and SellingAgent in the Properties table. C. Each record in the Agents table may match one, more than one, or no records in the Properties table. D. Each record in a Properties table matches only one record in the Agents table. Answer: A

Difficulty: Difficult

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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Objective: 5


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39.

Which does NOT describe the following one-to-one relationship? <br><br><img src="images/one_to_one.gif">

A. All the data in both tables can be used by all people accessing the database. B. Author and AuthorNew tables use the same primary key. C. More tables can be joined to either table. D. It may be used for security reasons to protect data availability. Answer: A

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 5

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

40.

Which does NOT describe a many-to-many relationship? A. There are many matching records in each direction between tables. B. There must be at least two tables. C. It uses a juncture table. D. It may be used to connect to Oracle and other databases.

Answer: B

Difficulty: Difficult

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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Objective: 5


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Which does NOT apply to the following relationship image? <br><br><img src="images/EA2Fig22.gif">

A. A one-to-many relationship is applied. B. The display is showing the Design View of relationships. C. One table is not joined to the other two tables. D. A join exists on two primary keys. Answer: D

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 5

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

42.

Troubleshooting a relationship requires doing all of the following EXCEPT: A. creating a relationship between like data types. B. checking the size of fields to be used in the relationship. C. checking that the correct type of relationship is established. D. deleting the relationship and field and then rebuilding.

Answer: D

Difficulty: Difficult

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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Objective: 5


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43.

Which does NOT describe queries? A. They perform calculations. B. They are run from a table Datasheet View. C. They display specific records from table(s). D. They ask questions about data in a database and return answers in a specified order.

Answer: B

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 6

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

44.

Which does NOT describe the Query Wizard? A. The Wizard only allows fields to be selected from tables. B. Fields can be selected in a different order than in the original table. C. It automates your work. D. A query name can be assigned when using the Wizard.

Answer: A

Difficulty: Moderate

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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45.

Which is NOT an example of an expression using an operand? A. >25 B. <>43 C. <=15 D. =23

Answer: D

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 7

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

46.

Which is an example of an expression using a wildcard? A. Date() B. Chapt??? C. *west D. #02/05/2005#

Answer: C

Difficulty: Moderate

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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Objective: 7


Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries 47.

Which is an example of an expression that will return records that are from either of two states? A. New York OR California B. New York AND California C. New York NOT California D. Is Not Null

Answer: A

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 7

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

48.

Which is an example of an expression that will return records that are more than 15 days older than the current date? A. Date()+15 B. <Date()-15 C. =Date()=15 D. >Date()-15

Answer: B

Difficulty: Moderate

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries 49.

Which would be used to return a field display result of missing or no value? A. Not #01/01/2008# B. Is Null C. Is Not Null D. <>

Answer: B

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 7

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

50.

Which does NOT describe copying and running a query? A. Saving multiple queries allows similar queries to be run quickly without making changes to the same query. B. After creating a query, it is necessary to run a query. C. All data from a table is included in a query. D. Each query is saved with a different name.

Answer: C

Difficulty: Moderate

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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Objective: 8


Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries 51.

Which is the correct format for a date criterion? A. 09/26/2008 B. #09/26/2008# C. *09/26/2008* D. “09/26/2008”

Answer: B

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 7

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

52.

Which does NOT describe the front end of a database? A. The queries, forms and reports are available. B. Not all data stored in a database may be available to everyone. C. The front end contains the data tables. D. Some level of security may be required to access the database.

Answer: C

Difficulty: Moderate

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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Objective: 10


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Which does NOT describe a large database system? A. Different users may have different levels of access to data. B. A database may be split into a front and back end. C. There may be multiple users of the database. D. Simultaneous log in to a database is not recommended.

Answer: D

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 10

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

True/False:

54.

T F Y2K referred to the date January 1, 2000, when many people thought that computers would not function properly─if they would function at all.

Answer: T

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

55.

T F If a database design has a flaw, the results produced will not be flawed.

Answer: F

Difficulty: Easy

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T F An example of a validation rule set at >14.99 would mean that a number of 14.99 or less could not be entered into a field.

Answer: T

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

57.

T F Visualizing the input is key to the design process to determine the output.

Answer: F

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

58.

T F The order of fields and the names of fields within a table are not of importance.

Answer: T

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

59.

T F Providing a bank customer with the total amount of funds in an account is an example of input.

Answer: F

Difficulty: Easy

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T F From the following example, the length of time a customer has been with a banking with a company could be calculated from the fields shown. <br><br><img src="images/EA2Fig01.gif">

Answer: F

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

61.

T F The field size property is set for each field, which reserves a defined space.

Answer: T

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

62.

T F A validation rule will check the spelling of data in a field.

Answer: F

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

63.

T F It is best to collect as much data as possible when building a database, even if it is not all used.

Answer: F

Difficulty: Easy

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Objective: 1


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T F The Sarbanes Oxley Act is enforced by the Security Exchange Commission.

Answer: T

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 1

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65.

T F An employer can cut a paycheck without knowing an employee’s social security number.

Answer: F

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

66.

T F It is more efficient and practical to save a name, such as Carolyn Graber, as one field.

Answer: F

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

67.

T F A calculated field uses the value within the field as a calculation in another field.

Answer: F

Difficulty: Moderate

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Objective: 1


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68.

T F A constant value may change when used in a formula.

Answer: F

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

69.

T F Subtracting the year 2000 from 2007 is referred to as date arithmetic.

Answer: T

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

70.

T F Date/time fields can be used in a calculation.

Answer: T

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

71.

T F Data redundancy refers to having repeated data in different tables.

Answer: T

Difficulty: Easy

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72.

T F A database created in Access works from memory.

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Objective: 1


Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries Answer: F

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 2

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73.

T F Table data can be imported from Excel .

Answer: T

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

74.

T F When working with Access, a file must first be created and then saved.

Answer: F

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

75.

T F Most databases do not allow spaces to be used in fields, objects, and filenames.

Answer: T

Difficulty: Moderate

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

76.

T F A numeric data type accepts letters in the field.

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Objective: 2


Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries Answer: F

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 2

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77.

T F Field names can be an unlimited number of characters in length. These characters can include numbers, letters, symbols, and spaces.

Answer: F

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

78.

T F A primary key identifies a unique record.

Answer: T

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

79.

T F In this example, the ISBN number would be a unique identifying number. <br><br><img src="images/EA2fig03a.gif">

Answer: T

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 2

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80.

T F A foreign key is also a primary key from another table.

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Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries Answer: T

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 2

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81.

T F A PivotTable View shows charts of data in tables.

Answer: F

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

82.

T F The PivotChart View will display a chart based on the PivotTable View.

Answer: T

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

83.

T F The Caption property applies to Datasheet View reports, not forms.

Answer: F

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

84.

T F Properties are set to a default value, depending on the data type, and cannot be changed.

Answer: F

Difficulty: Easy

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85.

T F The Blank Database button in Access will create a new database and cannot open an existing database.

Answer: T

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

86.

T F A pencil at the start of a row indicates that a record is being edited.

Answer: T

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

87.

T F A key placed next to a row indicates that the row is selected.

Answer: F

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

88.

T F When a properties setting for Index displays Yes (No Duplicates), this means that the field will allow the exact same characters to be typed for more than one record.

Answer: F

Difficulty: Difficult

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89.

T F The following dialog box message indicates that the size of a field has changed and could possibly eliminate data in the field if the Yes button is clicked. <br><br><img src="images/lostdatadialog.gif">

Answer: T

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

90.

T F The following example shows that the format of the Start Date will be displayed in a short format. <br><br><img src="images/EA2Fig10.gif">

Answer: T

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

91.

T F A shortcut to changing the field type, instead of scrolling through all the types listed, is to type the first letter of the type desired, such as D for Date/time, or T for Text.

Answer: T

Difficulty: Moderate

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92.

T F Changing the Field Properties of each field will make the database more efficient.

Answer: T

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

93.

T F A switch between Table Datasheet and Report View can be accomplished through the View button.

Answer: F

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

94.

T F Backup files should be created through the Office button, in case the original database becomes ruined.

Answer: T

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

95.

T F Referential integrity ensures that the data typed in a table is accurate.

Answer: F

Difficulty: Moderate

Reference: Multiple Table Database

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Objective: 3


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96.

T F It is a good practice NOT to use cascading delete through a database.

Answer: T

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 3

Reference: Multiple Table Database Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

97.

T F An example of a cascading update occurs when a customer opens a new account and provides a new address, and other accounts established in the system are updated automatically.

Answer: T

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 3

Reference: Multiple Table Database Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

98.

T F All primary keys must be indexed.

Answer: T

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 3

Reference: Multiple Table Database Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

99.

T F The indexed property is always set as to ON.

Answer: F

Difficulty: Moderate

Reference: Multiple Table Database Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007

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100. T F Access is capable of importing and exporting Excel worksheets through a wizard. Answer: T

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 4

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101. T F To append means to add records to an existing table. Answer: T

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 4

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102. T F When importing data, the terms Source and Destination refer to where the data is coming from and where will it go. Answer: T

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 4

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103. T F Excel worksheet data should be appended to an Access table rather than linked. Answer: F

Difficulty: Difficult

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104. T F Primary keys can be set while going through the import wizard. Answer: T

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 4

Reference: Multiple Table Database Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

105. T F A one-to-many relationship is where two different tables use the same primary key. Answer: F

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 4

Reference: Multiple Table Database Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

106. T F A criterion set to return records containing either one of two fields would use the OR operator. Answer: T

Difficulty: Moderate

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107. T F A criterion set to return records containing both of two fields would use the OR operator. Answer: F

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 7

Reference: Multiple Table Database Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

108. T F A criterion set to return records containing data would be set to Is Not Null. Answer: T

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 7

Reference: Multiple Table Database Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

109. T F A criterion set to >#03/15/2007# and <#03/20/2007# will return records containing dates that are between these two dates. Answer: T

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 7

Reference: Multiple Table Database Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

110. T F It is best to create and change the criteria of one query instead of copying and creating new queries, since there is a run button to keep the data current. Answer: F

Difficulty: Moderate

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Objective: 8


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111. T F Query Wizard will allow selections of tables and fields from both tables and queries. Answer: T

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 9

Reference: Multiple Table Database Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

112. T F A back end of a system provides security for all databases that can be accessed by all of the users. Answer: F

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 10

Reference: Multiple Table Database Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

Fill in the Blank:

113. The number of characters that will be saved within a field is determined by the field ____________ property. Answer: size

Difficulty: Easy

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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Objective: 1


Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries 114. To help ensure the operator does not make any data entry errors, a(n) ____________ rule can be set. Answer: validation

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

115. The Sarbanes Oxley Act requires businesses to save all records and electronic messages for a period of ____________ years. Answer: five

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

116. When one or more fields are referenced in a formula, the result is known as a(n) ____________ field . Answer: calculated

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 1

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117. A person’s birth date is an example of an unchanging or ____________ value. Answer: constant

Difficulty: Moderate

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries 118. Subtracting the start year of an employee from the current year indicates the years lapsed, by using ____________ arithmetic. Answer: date

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

119. When using dates in a field, it is best to define them as a(n) ____________ field. Answer: date/time

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

120. If a customer name field is stored in two tables of a database, this is an example of data ____________. Answer: redundancy

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

121. The example of a field named YearsOfService is an example of ____________ notation. Answer: CamelCase

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries Answer: type

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 1

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123. If the data displayed in a field was $14.99, the data type would be ____________. Answer: currency

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

124. Field names are descriptive and can be up to 64 characters in length, including letters, numbers, and ____________. Answer: spaces

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

125. A unique field that identifies each of the records in a table is called a(n) ____________. Answer: primary key

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

126. The ____________ field type assigns a unique identifying number to each record. Answer: AutoNumber

Difficulty: Moderate

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127. A primary key from a table that is used in another table in order to create a relationship is called a(n) ____________ key. Answer: foreign

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

128. The summary of data representing groups of records is organized in a(n) ____________ View for an easy display. Answer: PivotTable

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

129. A chart that is created based on PivotTable View is called a(n) ____________. Answer: PivotChart

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

130. A label that would be applied to appear instead of a field name is called a(n) ____________ property. Answer: caption

Difficulty: Easy

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131. ____________ control how objects and fields appear or behave. Answer: Properties

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

132. From the following image, a new customer database can be created by clicking ____________. <br><br><img src="images/EA2Fig06.gif"> Answer: blank database

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

133. Table1: Table, as shown in the image below, is a(n) ____________ name. <br><br><img src="images/EA2Fig07.gif"> Answer: default

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

134. The row being edited in the image below is indicated by a(n) ____________ icon. Copyright © 2008 Pearson Prentice Hall. All rights reserved. 47


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Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 2

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135. A primary key is indicated by a(n) ____________ icon. Answer: key

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

136. The ____________ relationship could be used to join a table of customer information and a table of sales representatives and their accounts by a primary key and foreign key. Answer: one-to-many

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 3

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

137. To ensure that field types match when joining two tables, use the ____________ option. Answer: referential integrity

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 3

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138. Excel worksheets can be brought into Access by using the ____________ feature. Copyright © 2008 Pearson Prentice Hall. All rights reserved. 48


Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries Answer: Import

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 4

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

139. A view of selected records or fields based on a table is called a(n) ____________. Answer: query

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 6

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

140. To display only the records that meet all the criteria selected in a query, you would use the ____________ operator. Answer: AND

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 7

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

141. Updating a query requires using the ____________ command. Answer: Run

Difficulty: Moderate

Reference: Multiple Table Database  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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Objective: 8


Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries 142. You can create queries by selecting tables, queries, fields, and other options presented through the ____________ dialog box. Answer: Wizard

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 9

Reference: Multiple Table Database Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

143. Groups of users assigned rights and privileges to print reports and create queries exemplify using the ___________ end of a system. Answer: front

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 10

Reference: Multiple Table Database Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

Matching:

144. Match the following five terms to their meanings: I.

Design View

A. a row of related fields

II. Datasheet View

B. set specific formats here

III. record

C. displays all records or collection

IV. field

D. name describing the type of data

V. data

E. smallest part stored (can contain characters, numbers and symbols)

Answer: B, C, A, D, E

Difficulty: Difficult

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Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries 145. Match the following five terms to their meanings: I.

validation rule

A. defined space of field

II. SOX

B. check authenticity of data entered

III. PNPI

C. enforces accounting practices

IV. FERPA

D. protects personal identity information

V. field size property E. protects educational records Answer: B, C, D, E, A

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 1

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

146. Match the following five Acts to what they are designed to protect:: I.

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

II. Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act

A. education records B. financial institution and customer data

III. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act

C. governs privacy of private information

IV. Personal, Non-Public Information Regulation

D. shareholders and general public from fraudulence and accounting errors

V. Sarbanes Oxley Act Answer: A, B, E, C, D

Difficulty: Moderate

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E. H\health information Objective: 1


Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries 147. Match the following five terms to their meanings: I.

calculated field

A. unnecessary duplicated data in a table

II. constant

B. uses a special data definition

III. date arithmetic

C. subtract a date from another date

IV. date/time fields

D. a value that does not change

V. data redundancy

E. result is derived from an expression

Answer: E, D, C, B, A

Difficulty: Easy

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

148. Match the following five terms to their meanings: I.

referential integrity A. unnecessary duplicated data

II. data redundancy

B. tables joined on a common field

III. linked relationship C. ensures consistent data is stored in related tables IV. multiple tables

D. data in one table has a relationship with data in another table

V. related table

E. grouped data by similarity

Answer: C, A, B, E, D

Difficulty: Difficult

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Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries 149. Match the following five terms to their meanings: I.

CamelCase notation A. an assigned unique identifier number to each record

II. primary key

B. used to create a relationship from another table

III. AutoNumber field

C. data brought into an Access table from another database or application

IV. foreign key

D. a unique field used to recognize each record in a table

V. imported table data E. format of field names that uses uppercase and no spaces Answer: E, D, A, B, C

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

150. Match the following five terms to their meanings: I.

caption property

A. summarizes and organizes data from groups of records

II. property

B. displays a chart of associated tables from PivotTable

III. PivotChart

C. ProductCostPerUnit

IV. PivotTable

D. a label other than the field name

V. CamelCase

E. characteristic or attribute of an object that determines how it will look and behave

Answer: D, E, B, A, C

Difficulty: Difficult

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Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries 151. Match the following five terms to their meanings as displayed in the example: <br><br><img src="images/EA2Fig06.gif">

I.

Create button

A. displays the options to activate a new database

II. Blank Database button

B. initiates a new database file

III. Filename box

C. input new database filename

IV. Browse button

D. returns to the initial screen with option to select existing databases

V. Cancel button

E. displays existing databases

Answer: B, A, C, E, D

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 2

Reference: Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards  Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

152. Match the following five terms to their numbers as displayed in the example: <br><br><img src="images/EA2Fig07matching.gif">

I.

Save button

A. 1

II. the record being edited

B. 2

III. default table name

C. 3

IV. create a new record

D. 4

V. Design View

E. 5

Answer: C, B, A, D, E

Difficulty: Difficult

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Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries 153. Match the following five terms to their meanings: I.

referential integrity A. connects any primary key change to tables that contain a foreign key

II. indexed property

B. a list that relates field values to the record that contains field values

III. cascade update

C. trusted relationship of data

IV. cascade delete

D. allows changes to travel from one table to another

V. cascade

E. searches and eliminates all related records

Answer: C, B, A, E, D

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 3

Reference: Multiple Table Database Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

154. Match the following five terms to their definitions: I.

append

A. could be used for creating e-mail mail merge and to manage e-mail responses

II. Offline SharePoint Lists

B. used to send portions of data to other applications

III. Collect and Update

C. used if immediate Internet connection is unavailable

IV. Export data

D. add on to a table of records

V. Get External Data

E. brings data into an Access database

Answer: D, C, A, B, E

Difficulty: Moderate

Reference: Multiple Table Database Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries 155. Match the following five terms to their definitions: I.

many-to-many

A. a primary key in the first table and a foreign key in the second table

II. one-to-many

B. many matched records in each direction between tables

III. one-to-one

C. a primary key is the same for two tables

IV. juncture line

D. shows the tables that have been added for relationships

V. Relationship window

E. shows a relationship between two tables

Answer: B, C, A, E, D

Difficulty: Difficult

Objective: 5

Reference: Multiple Table Database Chapter: 2  Application: Access 2007 Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

156. Match the following five terms to their definitions: I.

Query Wizard

A. records returned by a query

II. dataset

B. divides window into two parts

III. query design grid

C. automates creating a new query

IV. query

D. returns data that meets a query parameter or refined search, such as a range of dates

V. select query Answer: C, A, B, E, D

E. a view of selected data in a specified sequence Difficulty: Moderate

Reference: Multiple Table Database Chapter: 2  Application: Access Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

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Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries 157. Match the following five terms to their definitions: I.

field row

A. determines the order in which rows are displayed

II. show row

B. field name displayed

III. sort row

C. controls the datasets display of a field

IV. criteria row(s)

D. display of two panes

V. design grid

E. rows selected to be displayed

Answer: B, C, A, E, D

Difficulty: Moderate

Objective: 7

Reference: Multiple Table Database Chapter: 2  Application: Access Textbook: Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007

158. Match the following five terms to their description: I.

currency

A.True or False

II. date

B. display with dollar sign

III. Yes/No

C.#10/25/2008#

IV. ?

D. any number of characters

V. *

E. any single character

Answer: B, C, A, E, D

Difficulty: Moderate

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Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Multi-Table Queries 159. Match the following five terms to their meanings as displayed in the example: I.

front end

A. specifies what records are returned by a query

II. back end

B. assigned access to certain data

III. criterion

C. contains object forms, reports, and queries

IV. rights and privilegesD. contains only stored data V. database administrator E. the person managing the database Answer: C, D, A, B, E

Difficulty: Moderate

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