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3. What is the concept in business analysis that refers to the overall plan for how an organization will achieve its goals and objectives? a) Business model b) Business strategy c) Business plan d) Business process 4. What term in philosophy refers to the belief that there are no objective moral values or duties? a) Utilitarianism b) Nihilism c) Absolutism d) Virtue ethics 5. The Bhagavad Gita, a 700-verse Hindu scripture, is part of which larger ancient Indian epic? a) Ramayana b) Mahabharata c) Bhagavata Purana d) Upanishads 6. What is the difference between licensing, franchising, and joint ventures for international business expansion? a) Licensing provides rights, franchising is a complete brand package, and joint ventures involve shared ownership b) There is no difference c) Licensing is complete ownership, franchising provides rights, and joint ventures involve shared ownership d) Licensing and franchising involve complete ownership while joint ventures involve shared ownership
7. What is the term for the point at which an object in freefall experiences no net gravitational force and therefore does not accelerate? a) Terminal velocity b) Escape velocity c) Weightlessness d) Geosynchronous orbit 8. What are some important considerations in disaster recovery and business continuity planning? a) RTO, RPO, backups, alternate sites, test plans - minimize downtime and data loss. b) Relying on auto-scaling cloud services to handle outages. c) Focus only on periodic tape backups for data protection. d) DR planning is an insurance waste with minimal ROI. 9. What is monkey testing and when can it be used in software testing? a) Random and unpredictable data input to find crashes - good for stress testing. b) Ensuring UI looks good on various screen sizes - used for compatibility testing. c) Exploratory tests without planning - used for minor features. d) Testing with live user traffic - used for performance testing.
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