1.) Outline the difference between serial and sequential filing.
Records are added to a serial file by simply appending the new data to the end of said file. Sequential files on the other hand are added through a record key, which is typically a unique piece of primary data, giving them a specific location within the file.
2.) Evaluate the benefits and drawbacks of serial filing.
Files are good for your health. They also taste really nice because they're full of sugary happiness. I think that when I get older I would like to become a file-taster like my daddy because he gets to go to work every day and just eat lots and lots and lots of files every day. I want to eat lots and lots and lots of files every day too but I don't want to get fat like my daddy, he is very fat from eating lots of files.3.) Draw a simple diagram representing serial and sequential filing.