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Question 1

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You have a Microsoft Excel workbook that is saved to Microsoft SharePoint Online. The workbook contains several Power View sheets.

You need to recreate the Power View sheets as reports in the Power Bl service.

Solution: Copy the workbook to Microsoft OneDrive for Business. From Excel, click Publish to Power Bl, and then click Upload

Does this meet the goal?



Answer : B

Question 2

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You have a Microsoft Excel workbook that is saved to Microsoft SharePoint Online. The workbook contains several Power View sheets.

You need to recreate the Power View sheets as reports in the Power Bl service.

Solution: From the Power Bl service, get the data from SharePoint Online, and then click Connect

Does this meet the goal?



Answer : B

Question 3

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You have a query for a table named Sales. Sales has a column named CustomerlD. The Data Type of CustomerlD is Whole Number.

You refresh the data and find several errors. You discover that new entries in the Sales table contain nonnumeric values.

You need to ensure that nonnumeric values in the CustomerlD column are set to 0.

Solution: From Query Editor, select the CustomerlD column and click Remove Errors.

Does this meet the goal?



Answer : B

Question 4

You have the following table named Location.

The GeoCode column represents the country where each customer is located.

You create a map visualization as shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit tab.)

You need to ensure that the map displays the country locations.

What should you do?



Answer : B

Question 5

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You have a Power BI model that contains two tables named Sales and Date. Sales contains four columns named TotalCost, DueDate, ShipDate, and OrderDate. Date contains one column named Date.

The tables have the following relationships:

Sales[DueDate] and Date[Date]

Sales[ShipDate] and Date[Date]

Sales[OrderDate] and Date[Date]

The active relationship is on Sales[DueDate].

You need to create measures to count the number of orders by [ShipDate] and the orders by [OrderDate]. You must meet the goal without duplicating data or loading additional data.

Solution: You create measures that use the CALCULATE, COUNT, and USERELATIONSHIP DAX functions.

Does this meet the goal?



Answer : A

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