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Free Elective 2 (Computational Science) Prelim Exam

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25 questions
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  • Q1
    A (real-world problem) draws upon and integrates techniques from mathematics, numerical methods, computer science, simulations, etc.
    FALSE, Computer Science
    TRUE
    FALSE, Computational Science
    FALSE, Computing Science
    30s
  • Q2
    The three supporting sciences are theoretical, experimental, and computational, wherein (computational) findings "drive" the experimentation.
    FALSE, Observation
    TRUE
    FALSE, Theoretical
    FALSE, Experimentation
    30s
  • Q3
    We can use the technologies of (observation) to implement algorithms or mathematical model on computers using computational software tools.
    FALSE, Mathematics
    FALSE, Approximation
    TRUE
    FALSE, Computer Science
    30s
  • Q4
    In scientific computing task, (Numerical treatment) is the creation of a mathematical model or computational model to describe the real-life situation.
    FALSE, Mathematical Treatment
    TRUE
    FALSE, Modelling
    FALSE, Implementation
    30s
  • Q5
    In scientific computing task, (Implementation) is the part where the simulation starts, where the model and the solvable equations must be applied.
    FALSE, Numerical Treatment
    FALSE, Validation
    FALSE, Integration
    TRUE
    30s
  • Q6
    In scientific computing task, (visualization) is the part where the numerical treatment and model that are simulated is applied on real-life scenario.
    FALSE, Implementation
    FALSE, validation
    TRUE
    FALSE, Integration
    30s
  • Q7
    A 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, Implementation
    FALSE, Integration
    FALSE, Validation
    TRUE
    30s
  • Q8
    Most 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.
    TRUE
    FALSE, Quantitative
    FALSE, Approximation
    FALSE, Tools
    30s
  • Q9
    The computational studies exploring models for systems in nature is called (Approximation). This is performing a virtual experiment of the real-world problem.
    FALSE, Simulation
    FALSE, Approximation
    FALSE, Experimentation
    TRUE
    30s
  • 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 Model
    FALSE, Approximation
    TRUE
    FALSE, Data science
    30s
  • Q11
    The (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 analysis
    FALSE, Computable model
    TRUE
    FALSE, Approximation
    30s
  • Q12
    A (tool) is the result of or develop on mastering the use of tools, experiences and trainings.
    FALSE, Mental Model
    FALSE, Mathematical Model
    FALSE, Observational Model
    TRUE
    30s
  • Q13
    A (numerical treatment) in scientific computing task is a formal abstraction of the reality.
    FALSE, Method
    TRUE
    FALSE, Mathematical Model
    FALSE, Approximation
    30s
  • Q14
    Models are improved with the progress of science, whereas computational tools are improved following changes in computing technology. This is (True)
    FALSE, Trulse
    FALSE, not True
    FALSE, False
    TRUE
    30s
  • Q15
    A theory is an assumption or idea which is used to explain or interpret a certain phenomena. This is not (False)
    FALSE, Trulse
    TRUE
    FALSE, False
    FALSE, True
    30s

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