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Questions Related to business skills

Which of the following variable names is valid?

  1. 4BirthDate

  2. $Cost

  3. Items

  4. Tax-Rate

Answer: 3

Which of the following files is a permanent SAS file?

  1. Sashelp.PrdSale

  2. Sasuser.MySales

  3. Profits.Quarter1

  4. all of the above

Answer: 4

In a DATA step, how can you reference a temporary SAS data set named Forecast?

  1. Forecast

  2. Work.Forecast

  3. Sales.Forecast (after assigning the libref Sales)

  4. a and b

Answer: 4

How many statements does the following SAS program contain? proc print data=new.prodsale label double; var state day price1 price2; where state='NC'; label state='Name of State'; run;

  1. three

  2. four

  3. five

  4. six

Answer: 3

Which statement prints a summary of all the files stored in the library named Area51?

  1. proc contents data=area51.all nods;

  2. proc contents data=area51 all nods;

  3. proc contents data=area51 all noobs;

  4. proc contents data=area51 all.nods;

Answer: 1

Interloper

  1. pertaining to the essential nature of a thing; inherent; situated within or belonging solely to a body part, as certain nerves and muscles

  2. Pompous: gradiloquent: arrogant

  3. To slobber drool: to talk stupidly or childishly

  4. to violate the legally established trading rights of others; to interfere in the affairs of others; intrude; meddle

Answer: 4

Infringe

  1. To slobber drool: to talk stupidly or childishly

  2. to break or ignore the terms or obligations of..; violate; to go beyond the boundaries or limits of; tresspass; encroach

  3. pertaining to the essential nature of a thing; inherent; situated within or belonging solely to a body part, as certain nerves and muscles.

  4. to make a guess or conjecture

Answer: 2

Bombastic

  1. Pompous: gradiloquent: arrogant

  2. A state of exhaustion or torpot.

  3. to violate the legally established trading rights of others; to interfere in the affairs of others; intrude; meddle

  4. Incite; urge

Answer: 1

Drivel

  1. to break or ignore the terms or obligations of..; violate; to go beyond the boundaries or limits of; tresspass; encroach

  2. Incite; urge

  3. to violate the legally established trading rights of others; to interfere in the affairs of others; intrude; meddle

  4. To slobber drool: to talk stupidly or childishly

Answer: 4

Exhort

  1. to violate the legally established trading rights of others; to interfere in the affairs of others; intrude; meddle

  2. To urge or incite by strong argument, advice, or appeal; admonish earnestly.

  3. pertaining to the essential nature of a thing; inherent; situated within or belonging solely to a body part, as certain nerves and muscles

  4. To slobber drool: to talk stupidly or childishly

Answer: 4