To answer this question, we need to understand the format of the TIME parameter in the context of job scheduling.

In job scheduling, the TIME parameter is used to specify the time at which a job is to be executed. The format of the TIME parameter is typically HHMM, where HH represents the hours and MM represents the minutes.

In this case, we want the job to run within 7 minutes and 30 seconds. To represent this in the TIME parameter format, we need to convert the time to hours and minutes.

7 minutes and 30 seconds can be converted to 0 hours and 7 minutes (since there are 60 seconds in a minute).

Now, let's go through each option to determine the correct answer:

Option A) TIME(07,30) - This option is correct because it represents the time as 07:30, which corresponds to 7 minutes and 30 seconds.

Option B) TIME(00,07,30) - This option is incorrect because it represents the time as 00:07:30, which includes hours, minutes, and seconds. The question specifies that the job should run within 7 minutes and 30 seconds, not hours, minutes, and seconds.

Option C) TIME(07:30) - This option is incorrect because it uses a different delimiter (":") instead of a comma (",") to separate the hours and minutes. The TIME parameter format requires a comma as the delimiter.

Option D) TIME(30:7) - This option is incorrect because it represents the time as 30:7, which does not follow the standard HHMM format. The hours should be represented in two digits (0-23) and the minutes should be represented in two digits (0-59).

Therefore, the correct answer is A) TIME(07,30). This option correctly represents the time as 07:30, which corresponds to 7 minutes and 30 seconds.