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You need to write an expression to calculate the compound interest that a bank needs. The formula for compound interest after one period is as follows:
I = (P * (1 + R)) – P
I = Compound interest
P = Principal that was invested
R = Rate of interest
after one period.
Which X++ expression is equivalent to the formula above using operator precedence in X+-+-?

A.    I = P*1+R-P
B.    I = P*(1+R-P)
C.    I = P*(1+R)-P
D.    I = (P*1)+(R-P)

Answer: C

You need to create a form with details from the master form style. This form needs to open in view mode with an Edit button so that it is editable. Which property should you set at the form design level to achieve this behavior?

A.    set Form.Design.Mode property to `Edit’ value
B.    set Form.Design.ViewEditMode property to `View’ value
C.    set Form.Design.ViewEditMode property to `Edit’ value
D.    set Form.Design.ViewEditMode property to `Auto’ Value

Answer: C

Which information does the Microsoft Dynamics AX development model contain?

A.    the OLTP database
B.    an element’s metadata and source code
C.    an element’s metadata only
D.    an elements source code only

Answer: D

Your solution stores customers in a table named Gust Table. CustTable contains a field named AccountNum, which is used to store the unique account number for a customer. Data in the AccountNum field is 4 characters in length. You need to retrieve only the records in CustTable where the second character of the Account Number is the letter “H”. How should you write the select statement?

A.    select * from CustTable where CustTable.AccountNum like “*H”
B.    select * from CustTable where CustTable.AccountNum like “*H?”
C.    select * from CustTable where CustTable.AccountNum like “H*”
D.    select * from CustTable where CustTable.AccountNum like “?H*”

Answer: B

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