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EADP19-001 ArcGIS Desktop Professional 19-001 Questions and Answers

Question # 6

An ArcGIS user processes a point feature class using the Collect Events tool. The user finds that the output value for each feature is 1. Why did the tool only produce values of 1?

A.

NONE of the points are co-located

B.

mere is only one event to collect

C.

All points are within a standard distance of one other point

D.

The total value of all events adds up to 1

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Question # 7

An ArcGIS user is tasked with creating a map of the state of Utah displaying all the rivers for a conservation group. The conservation group is only interested in seeing rivers longer than 15 miles, where the longer rivers appear thicker using graduated symbols.

What are two ways the ArcGIS user can eliminate rivers less than 5 miles in length from appearing in the map? (Choose two)

A.

Build a label expression

B.

Built a data exclusion expression

C.

Build a definition query

D.

Build a layer expression

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Question # 8

An ArcGIS user has multiple tables that must be input into a single model. What can the user add to the model to automate the model to run on all tables?

A.

Environment variable

B.

Iterator

C.

parameter variable

D.

precondition

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Question # 9

An ArcGIS user is making a map and needs to symbolize cliff and escarpment features above contour features. How can the features be ordered correctly if they are all in the same layer?

A.

set a definition query

B.

use symbol level drawing

C.

use scale-dependent drawing

D.

reorder the symbols in the symbology properties

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Question # 10

When designing a geometric network where should the feature classes be stored?

A.

inside a single feature dataset

B.

outside a feature dataset

C.

inside any feature datasets sharing the same spatial reference

D.

inside a topology

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Question # 11

A taster contains pixels with decimal values.

Which method is used to round raster pixel values to the nearest whole number?

A.

use the Round Up tool (Spatial Analyst), then the Round Down tool (Spatial Analyst)

B.

use the Round Down tool (Spatial Analyst), then the Round Up tool (Spatial Analyst)

C.

use the Plus tool (Spatial Analyst) to add 1. then the Minus tool (Spatial Analyst) to subtract 0.5

D.

use the Plus tool (Spatial Analyst) to add 0.5, then the int tool (Spatial Analyst) to truncate to the nearest integer

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Question # 12

An ArcGlS user is given a populated geodatabase thai contains a few highly accurate feature classes and a few feature classes that are less accurate.

When designing a geodatabase topology, which coordinate rank should be assigned to feature classes of less accuracy when compared with feature classes of higher accuracy?

A.

rank them higher so the coordinates of highly accurate feature classes are adjusted

B.

rank them lower so their coordinates are adjusted to highly accurate feature classes

C.

rank them the same as highly accurate feature classes so their coordinates are adjusted to weighted average

D.

rank them higher so their coordinates are not adjusted

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Question # 13

An ArcGIS user creates a map showing the level of human Impact on the natural landscape. Major habitat types are shown with unique colors, and the level of disturbance for each habitat Is shown with a graduated symbol.

What is this type of map symbology?

A.

Multisymbol

B.

multivariate

C.

unique value many fields

D.

proportional symbol

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