What common error does a new systems analyst often make when analyzing a problem? What are the potential consequences of this error? What tool can be used to help avoid this problem?

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What common error does a new systems analyst often make when analyzing a problem? What are the potential consequences of this error? What tool can be used to help avoid this problem?

Page number: 237, question 3

Note: Please use the template file instead of using any other format. Please answer each question separately (which means you are required to copy the each question and answer it separately.) Reference is required from the book. You might need to download the book. Page number and question number will help you to indicate the chapter. One extra outside reference is allowed. Please remember in this paper you are required to analyse and answer each question with examples. Lastly please answer the student response in the template file as well. For more information please read the instruction file.

Instructions:
Content: Content is well developed with depth sufficient to convey a good understanding of the concept.
Structuring: The work is well-written using paragraphs and well-constructed sentences.
Examples: The work exhibits pertinent examples of all concepts easily related to the subject matter (sensible examples illustrating the concept).
Student Feedback: Student Feedback section is complete along with a good original feedback question.

Note 1: Please use the template to answer the question instead of using any format and give feedback in the student response as well. Please do not forget to use examples illustrating the concept. Please try to use book for the reference. If necessary, one extra outside reference is allowed
Note 2: You might need to download the book from the link. I have given the page number where the question is.
Citation for the book: Whitten, Jeffrey and Lonnie Bentley. Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design Methods. 7th.McGraw-Hill, 2007.

Link for the book: http://www.mediafire.com/file/9d1tbldlwdnw1q6/System+Analysis+and+Design+Methods+7th.pdf

Note 2: Student Response
1. Do you feel comfortable with the concepts of the question? If not, how can I help you understand it better?
2. Does the content of the question relate well to the area of the text you are studying this week?
3. Write a short essay question, which could appear on an exam that covers this concept.
Think of another way to ask this question. If you simply repeat the question, you will not get full credit for your answers. When you can dissect a concept in this way you will retain the information better.

Student response:
1. Do you feel comfortable with the concepts of the question? If not, how can I help you understand it better?
2. Does the content of the question relate well to the area of the text you are studying this week?
3. Write a short essay question which could appear on an exam that covers this concept. Think of another way to ask this question.

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