# Free Elective 2 (Computational Science) Prelim Exam

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- Q1A (real-world problem) draws upon and integrates techniques from mathematics, numerical methods, computer science, simulations, etc.FALSE, Computer ScienceTRUEFALSE, Computational ScienceFALSE, Computing Science30s
- Q2The three supporting sciences are theoretical, experimental, and computational, wherein (computational) findings "drive" the experimentation.FALSE, ObservationTRUEFALSE, TheoreticalFALSE, Experimentation30s
- Q3We can use the technologies of (observation) to implement algorithms or mathematical model on computers using computational software tools.FALSE, MathematicsFALSE, ApproximationTRUEFALSE, Computer Science30s
- Q4In scientific computing task, (Numerical treatment) is the creation of a mathematical model or computational model to describe the real-life situation.FALSE, Mathematical TreatmentTRUEFALSE, ModellingFALSE, Implementation30s
- Q5In scientific computing task, (Implementation) is the part where the simulation starts, where the model and the solvable equations must be applied.FALSE, Numerical TreatmentFALSE, ValidationFALSE, IntegrationTRUE30s
- Q6In scientific computing task, (visualization) is the part where the numerical treatment and model that are simulated is applied on real-life scenario.FALSE, ImplementationFALSE, validationTRUEFALSE, Integration30s
- Q7A scientific computing task which is the results of the experiment is compared to the model created and real-life situation/event and checking the result if it is reliable and approximately reflect the reality is called (Visualization).FALSE, ImplementationFALSE, IntegrationFALSE, ValidationTRUE30s
- Q8Most computational models are (qualitative) which is use to predict numbers that are compared to the numbers obtained from the actual measurement in real-life. This statement is not False.TRUEFALSE, QuantitativeFALSE, ApproximationFALSE, Tools30s
- Q9The computational studies exploring models for systems in nature is called (Approximation). This is performing a virtual experiment of the real-world problem.FALSE, SimulationFALSE, ApproximationFALSE, ExperimentationTRUE30s
- Q10(data analysis) have the goal of determining a set of model paramethers that best describe the data resulted from the observation or simulation. This applies statistical model to data.FALSE, Computational ModelFALSE, ApproximationTRUEFALSE, Data science30s
- Q11The (model) is the documentation for computing the actual numbers that could be compared to observation. It serves as the "recipe" in creating a computable model.FALSE, Data analysisFALSE, Computable modelTRUEFALSE, Approximation30s
- Q12A (tool) is the result of or develop on mastering the use of tools, experiences and trainings.FALSE, Mental ModelFALSE, Mathematical ModelFALSE, Observational ModelTRUE30s
- Q13A (numerical treatment) in scientific computing task is a formal abstraction of the reality.FALSE, MethodTRUEFALSE, Mathematical ModelFALSE, Approximation30s
- Q14Models are improved with the progress of science, whereas computational tools are improved following changes in computing technology. This is (True)FALSE, TrulseFALSE, not TrueFALSE, FalseTRUE30s
- Q15A theory is an assumption or idea which is used to explain or interpret a certain phenomena. This is not (False)FALSE, TrulseTRUEFALSE, FalseFALSE, True30s