3. Types of Feasibility Technical Feasibility: During this study, the analyst identifies the existing computer systems (hardware and software) of the concerned department and determines whether these technical resources are sufficient for the proposed system or not Economic Feasibility: Economic feasibility is the most important study that determines the cost and benefits of the proposed system and compares with the budget Operational Feasibility: determine whether it is operationally feasible or not, (whether the system will operate in the way that user wants.) Social Feasibility: Social feasibility is a determination of whether a proposed project will be acceptable to the people or not Management feasibility: It is a determination of whether a proposed project will be acceptable to management. Legal feasibility: Legal feasibility is a determination of whether a proposed project infringes on known Acts, Statutes, as well as any pending legislation. Time feasibility: Time feasibility is a determination of whether a proposed project can be implemented fully within a stipulated time frame. 4.What intangible benefits might an organization obtain from the development of an information system? Ans Intangible benefits an organisation may benefit from the development of an information system cannot be easily measured in dollars or with certainty however potential intangible benefits include competitive necessity, more timely information, improved organizational planning, and increased organizational flexibility. 5.Discuss why some systems developers believe that a data model is one of the most important parts of the statement of information system requirements Ans the characteristics of data captured during data modeling are crucial in the design of databases, programs, computer screens, and printed reports. data rather than processes are the most complex aspects of many modern information systems and thus require a central role in structuring system requirements. the characteristics about data are reasonably permanen 8. List and briefly describe the five activities of systems analysis. Ans -Gather detailed information - Define requirements - Prioritize requirements - Develop user interface dialogs - Evaluate requirements 9. What is the difference between functional requirements and non-functional requirements? Ans - Functional requirements are things the system does. - Non-functional requirements are quality attributes or aspects of how the system is designed, built or implemented. 10.List and briefly describe the six information gathering techniques.