Understanding Databases Quiz The Place For Free Online Training Courses This quiz is designed to test your knowledge of the contents of the Understanding Databases Course, part of the Office Software Suite series. These quizzes are designed to improve your database skills. There are twenty questions. The pass mark is 70 out of a potential 100 points, 5 for each question. Once you are satisfied with your answers, complete your name and email address and select “Submit Quiz“ to have your answers marked. You will shortly receive an email advising you of your score, whether you have passed the quiz, and how your answers have been scored. It will also include your Free Online Training course quiz completion Certificate for the appropriate quiz. 1. To export data from a table or query you have to select records, copy, then paste into Calc or Writer.. True False2. To hide or unhide fields in a query you check or uncheck the 'Visible' box… True False3. If you use criterion <5 AND >=25 in a query, which set of values for that field could possibly be returned from the following? -9, 0, 4, 25, 160 5, 26, 29, 56, 100 1, 2, 13, 32, 50 -2, 3, 24, 60, 704. In a form, if you change the data it will automatically update the table without selecting save? True False5. What is the keyboard shortcut to run a query? F4 F5 F6 F106. The unique identifying field that must be set in each database table is called the… Unique ID Special Key Primary Key Primary Field7. After you have saved a table for the first time in Base, you can add fields in-between existing ones by right clicking and selecting 'insert' True False8. What word(s) could be returned from a query that used the criterion "LIKE No?" from the following? North Not Nothing All of the above9. What is the purpose of a database report ? It exports data from tables or queries to a text document It allows you to view and save a snapshot of records at any given time It lets you view specific records that are generated in a query All of the above10. What does a database administrator do? Design and create databases Enter data into a database Provide access to specific records for users All of the above11. When creating a relationship, when would you select 'update cascade'? To update records in tables after running a query To make all related fields the same To create a relationship that can be changed easily To ensure any changes in related fields are updated across tables12. To generate whole numbers automatically in a table, what must you select from 'field type' and 'field properties'? Integer / FillValue Integer / AutoValue Whole / AutoValue Whole / AutoCount13. The keyboard shortcut to close a query that you have previously run is… F1 F4 F6 F1114. To add records to an existing table you should… Double click the table in the main window Right Click and select "Edit" Use a query Go to File, Open, Table15. When filtering records, if you select <= 40 it will return values that are.. Less than 40 Between zero and 40 Slightly less than 40 Less than or equal to 4016. If you want to report the average amounts of a field you should… Click on the average icon in the table design mode In query design mode, right click the field and select average, then run a report Create a query with average in the criterion for that field, then run a report Make a query with a formula that adds up all the values, and divides by how many there are17. What symbols do you use in a function or formula to represent 'not equal to'? <> #= /= |=18. The label field is… An entry box in a form An entry box in a report A text box in a report A heading in a table19. Why would you want to use a grouped report? To stop fields from being duplicated To make sure that similar data is kept together To prevent errors being created in the database To allow tables and queries to be reported together20. To change the orientation of a report or exported table or query, you should… Click edit menu, then orientation Click Format, then page Right click the document or spreadsheet and select edit Click propertiesBe sure to click Submit Quiz to see your results! Name Email Post navigation ← Understanding Databases – Printing Comments are closed.