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## 20 Requirements Management Questions and Answers:

### 1 :: Find the number of sides of a regular convex polygon whose angle is 40degrees?

The measure of one vertex angle of a regular polygon is given by:
where n is the number of sides of the regular polygon...and, of course, it goes without saying, that n must be an integer >2(i.e, 3, 4, 5, 6, ...).
If the measure of one vertex angle of a regular polygon is 40 degrees, then we can write:
Simplify and solve for n.
Multiply both sides by n.
Subtract 40n from both sides.
Divide both sides by 140.
This is not possible since a regular polygon must have an integral numer of sides.
Conclusion:
There is no regular polygon whose vertex angle is 40 degrees

### 2 :: Maximum numbers that can be formed using all the 4 digits 6 4 8 1 without repetition and which is divisible by 9?

6+4+8+1=19 which is not divisible by 9 so the nos created
from them are not divisible by 9.
so the ans is "ZERO"

### 3 :: Explain what are the purposes of a requirements document?

Requirement documents are base line for further design and development so it requirement must be documented in form of SRS by the approval of all stakeholders so changes can be make after start without any ambiguity.

### 4 :: Tell me difference between SAP BI & business object DW/ reporting?

A) BusinessObjects itself does not build any OLAP cubes.
SAP BW does.
B) BusinessObjects can access Non-SAP data sources.
C) SAP's cash-cow used to be ERP, BusinessObjects is all
systems, etc.
D) BusinessObjects provides far better reporting and
analysis than SAP did.
E) SAP wants to be the market leader in the BI sector, so

### 5 :: Explain falls method?

In Royce's original waterfall model, the following phases
are followed in order:
1. Requirements specification
2. Design
3. Construction (AKA implementation or coding)
4. Integration
5. Testing and debugging (AKA validation)
6. Installation
7. Maintenance

### 6 :: Suppose There are four dogs, each at the counter of a large square. Each of the dogs begins chasing the dog clockwise from it. All of the dogs run at the same speed. All continously adjust their direction so that they are always heading straight towards their clockwise neighbor. How long does it take for the dogs to catch each other? Where does this happen? (Hint: Dogs are moving in a symmetrical fashion, not along the edges of the square?

they should meet at the center of the square.
there path converges towords the center.

### 7 :: Mike has \$20 more than Todd. How much does each have given that combined they have \$21 between them. You cant use fractions in the answer?

Todd is having \$1 and Mike is having \$20
Each one of them should give 1\$ each , so in total they can
have \$21.

### 8 :: Why is it that hot water in a hotel comes out instantly but at home it takes time?

Simple. Hotel has customers and a customer will never wait
for things. They have to be ready to him handy. Thats why
they have a overhead tank with water heating 24*7.

Where as in home its all our schedule and we can do the way
what ever we like (:) you can't blame anybody)

Ofcourse these days getting 24*7 hot water is a quite
common in home's too..

### 9 :: Why are beer cans tapered at the top and bottom?

The metal on the lid of the can is significantly thicker
than the metal on the sides. This means that a great deal
of raw materials can be saved by decreasing the diameter of
the lid, without significantly decreasing the structural
integrity or capacity of the can. This results in savings
of about 15% versus a non-tapered can.