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Victor Valley College **We aren't endorsed by this school
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ELCT 133
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Finance
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Nov 3, 2023
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a) Scotland b) Wales c) England d) Ireland 4. What is the formula for the dividend discount model in stock valuation? a) DDM = Dividends / (Required return - Dividend growth rate) b) DDM = Dividends * (Required return - Dividend growth rate) c) DDM = (Dividends * Required return) / Dividend growth rate d) DDM = (Dividends / Dividend growth rate) - Required return 5. What were some of the key innovations introduced by object-oriented programming compared to earlier approaches? a) Encapsulation, inheritance, polymorphism increased code reuse and modularity. b) Mainly syntactic sugar with minimal conceptual differences vs procedural languages. c) Garbage collection capabilities to automatically manage memory. d) Support for compilation to machine code instead of interpretation. 6. What is the term for a marketing strategy that aims to create a perception of scarcity or exclusivity to drive consumer interest and demand? a) Scarcity marketing b) Incentive marketing c) Niche marketing d) Viral marketing 7. What is the term for the change in frequency or wavelength of a wave in relation to an observer moving relative to the source of the wave? a) Doppler effect b) Hubble's law
c) Redshift d) Blueshift 8. In structural engineering, what is the term for a horizontal or inclined structural member that supports a load? a) Beam b) Column c) Truss d) Foundation 9. How can security testing techniques like fuzzing, penetration testing, and static analysis improve software quality? a) Discover vulnerabilities, strengthen inputs, and identify flaws - critical for secure code. b) Used primarily to test authorization and encryption - limited scope. c) Important but lower priority than functionality and reliability. d) Redundant due to frameworks guarding against threats.
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