1/3rd of a year.

**NEW QUESTION: 4**

HOTSPOT

You have a Power BI model that has the following tables:

Sales (Order_id, Order_Date, Product_id, Salesperson_id, Sales_Amount)

Salesperson (Salesperson_id, Salesperson_name, address)

Product (Product_id, Product_Name)

You need to create the following relationships:

Sales to Product

Sales to Sales person

You need to ensure that you can create a report that displays the count of products sold by each salesperson.

How should you configure the relationships? To answer, drag the appropriate options in the answer area.

NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.

Hot Area:**Answer: **

Explanation:

Explanation/Reference:

Explanation:

References: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/desktop-create-and-manage-relationships

Therefore Choice 'b' is the correct answer. Taking cube roots of a matrix is not a possible operation, dividing by 3 gives a matrix meaningless in this context, and P x P x P will give us the transition matrix for 3 years, not

1/3rd of a year.

**NEW QUESTION: 4**

HOTSPOT

You have a Power BI model that has the following tables:

Sales (Order_id, Order_Date, Product_id, Salesperson_id, Sales_Amount)

Salesperson (Salesperson_id, Salesperson_name, address)

Product (Product_id, Product_Name)

You need to create the following relationships:

Sales to Product

Sales to Sales person

You need to ensure that you can create a report that displays the count of products sold by each salesperson.

How should you configure the relationships? To answer, drag the appropriate options in the answer area.

NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.

Hot Area:**Answer: **

Explanation:

Explanation/Reference:

Explanation:

References: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/desktop-create-and-manage-relationships

Therefore Choice 'b' is the correct answer. Taking cube roots of a matrix is not a possible operation, dividing by 3 gives a matrix meaningless in this context, and P x P x P will give us the transition matrix for 3 years, not

1/3rd of a year.

**NEW QUESTION: 4**

HOTSPOT

You have a Power BI model that has the following tables:

Sales (Order_id, Order_Date, Product_id, Salesperson_id, Sales_Amount)

Salesperson (Salesperson_id, Salesperson_name, address)

Product (Product_id, Product_Name)

You need to create the following relationships:

Sales to Product

Sales to Sales person

You need to ensure that you can create a report that displays the count of products sold by each salesperson.

How should you configure the relationships? To answer, drag the appropriate options in the answer area.

NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.

Hot Area:**Answer: **

Explanation:

Explanation/Reference:

Explanation:

References: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/desktop-create-and-manage-relationships

Therefore Choice 'b' is the correct answer. Taking cube roots of a matrix is not a possible operation, dividing by 3 gives a matrix meaningless in this context, and P x P x P will give us the transition matrix for 3 years, not

1/3rd of a year.

**NEW QUESTION: 4**

HOTSPOT

You have a Power BI model that has the following tables:

Sales (Order_id, Order_Date, Product_id, Salesperson_id, Sales_Amount)

Salesperson (Salesperson_id, Salesperson_name, address)

Product (Product_id, Product_Name)

You need to create the following relationships:

Sales to Product

Sales to Sales person

You need to ensure that you can create a report that displays the count of products sold by each salesperson.

How should you configure the relationships? To answer, drag the appropriate options in the answer area.

NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.

Hot Area:**Answer: **

Explanation:

Explanation/Reference:

Explanation:

References: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/desktop-create-and-manage-relationships

Therefore Choice 'b' is the correct answer. Taking cube roots of a matrix is not a possible operation, dividing by 3 gives a matrix meaningless in this context, and P x P x P will give us the transition matrix for 3 years, not

1/3rd of a year.

**NEW QUESTION: 4**

HOTSPOT

You have a Power BI model that has the following tables:

Sales (Order_id, Order_Date, Product_id, Salesperson_id, Sales_Amount)

Salesperson (Salesperson_id, Salesperson_name, address)

Product (Product_id, Product_Name)

You need to create the following relationships:

Sales to Product

Sales to Sales person

You need to ensure that you can create a report that displays the count of products sold by each salesperson.

How should you configure the relationships? To answer, drag the appropriate options in the answer area.

NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.

Hot Area:**Answer: **

Explanation:

Explanation/Reference:

Explanation:

References: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/desktop-create-and-manage-relationships

1/3rd of a year.

**NEW QUESTION: 4**

HOTSPOT

You have a Power BI model that has the following tables:

Sales (Order_id, Order_Date, Product_id, Salesperson_id, Sales_Amount)

Salesperson (Salesperson_id, Salesperson_name, address)

Product (Product_id, Product_Name)

You need to create the following relationships:

Sales to Product

Sales to Sales person

You need to ensure that you can create a report that displays the count of products sold by each salesperson.

How should you configure the relationships? To answer, drag the appropriate options in the answer area.

NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.

Hot Area:**Answer: **

Explanation:

Explanation/Reference:

Explanation:

References: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/desktop-create-and-manage-relationships

Therefore Choice 'b' is the correct answer. Taking cube roots of a matrix is not a possible operation, dividing by 3 gives a matrix meaningless in this context, and P x P x P will give us the transition matrix for 3 years, not

1/3rd of a year.

**NEW QUESTION: 4**

HOTSPOT

You have a Power BI model that has the following tables:

Sales (Order_id, Order_Date, Product_id, Salesperson_id, Sales_Amount)

Salesperson (Salesperson_id, Salesperson_name, address)

Product (Product_id, Product_Name)

You need to create the following relationships:

Sales to Product

Sales to Sales person

You need to ensure that you can create a report that displays the count of products sold by each salesperson.

How should you configure the relationships? To answer, drag the appropriate options in the answer area.

NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.

Hot Area:**Answer: **

Explanation:

Explanation/Reference:

Explanation:

References: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/desktop-create-and-manage-relationships

Therefore Choice 'b' is the correct answer. Taking cube roots of a matrix is not a possible operation, dividing by 3 gives a matrix meaningless in this context, and P x P x P will give us the transition matrix for 3 years, not

1/3rd of a year.

**NEW QUESTION: 4**

HOTSPOT

You have a Power BI model that has the following tables:

Sales (Order_id, Order_Date, Product_id, Salesperson_id, Sales_Amount)

Salesperson (Salesperson_id, Salesperson_name, address)

Product (Product_id, Product_Name)

You need to create the following relationships:

Sales to Product

Sales to Sales person

You need to ensure that you can create a report that displays the count of products sold by each salesperson.

How should you configure the relationships? To answer, drag the appropriate options in the answer area.

NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.

Hot Area:**Answer: **

Explanation:

Explanation/Reference:

Explanation:

References: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/desktop-create-and-manage-relationships

Therefore Choice 'b' is the correct answer. Taking cube roots of a matrix is not a possible operation, dividing by 3 gives a matrix meaningless in this context, and P x P x P will give us the transition matrix for 3 years, not

1/3rd of a year.

**NEW QUESTION: 4**

HOTSPOT

You have a Power BI model that has the following tables:

Sales (Order_id, Order_Date, Product_id, Salesperson_id, Sales_Amount)

Salesperson (Salesperson_id, Salesperson_name, address)

Product (Product_id, Product_Name)

You need to create the following relationships:

Sales to Product

Sales to Sales person

You need to ensure that you can create a report that displays the count of products sold by each salesperson.

How should you configure the relationships? To answer, drag the appropriate options in the answer area.

NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.

Hot Area:**Answer: **

Explanation:

Explanation/Reference:

Explanation:

References: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/desktop-create-and-manage-relationships

Therefore Choice 'b' is the correct answer. Taking cube roots of a matrix is not a possible operation, dividing by 3 gives a matrix meaningless in this context, and P x P x P will give us the transition matrix for 3 years, not

1/3rd of a year.

**NEW QUESTION: 4**

HOTSPOT

You have a Power BI model that has the following tables:

Sales (Order_id, Order_Date, Product_id, Salesperson_id, Sales_Amount)

Salesperson (Salesperson_id, Salesperson_name, address)

Product (Product_id, Product_Name)

You need to create the following relationships:

Sales to Product

Sales to Sales person

You need to ensure that you can create a report that displays the count of products sold by each salesperson.

How should you configure the relationships? To answer, drag the appropriate options in the answer area.

NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.

Hot Area:**Answer: **

Explanation:

Explanation/Reference:

Explanation:

References: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/desktop-create-and-manage-relationships