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Microsoft Exam DP-500 Topic 1 Question 31 Discussion

Actual exam question for Microsoft's DP-500 exam
Question #: 31
Topic #: 1
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From Power Query Editor, you profile the data shown in the following exhibit.

The loT GUID and loT ID columns are unique to each row in the query.

You need to analyze loT events by the hour and day of the year. The solution must improve dataset performance.

Solution: You split the loT DateTime column into a column named Date and a column named Time.

Does this meet the goal?

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Suggested Answer: B

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Lanie
2 months ago
I don't know, you guys. This question is making my head hurt. Can we take a quick coffee break before we dive back in? I need to recharge my brain.
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Quinn
2 months ago
Hmm, I'm on the fence about this one. Splitting the DateTime column could make it easier to work with the data, but it also adds an extra step. Maybe there's a more streamlined way to get the same information without creating additional columns.
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Brett
2 months ago
I agree, splitting the DateTime column seems like it could be overkill. We should focus on finding a solution that's more efficient and directly addresses the requirement to analyze IoT events by hour and day of the year.
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Jerry
2 months ago
I'm not sure if splitting the DateTime column is the best solution here. While it might make the data a bit more organized, I'm not convinced it will actually improve the dataset performance.
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Peggie
29 days ago
A
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Catarina
1 months ago
Yes, we should explore other options before making a decision.
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Tony
1 months ago
B
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Arlene
1 months ago
I see your point. Perhaps there is another solution that can improve dataset performance without splitting the column.
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Nathalie
1 months ago
A
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Val
1 months ago
But wouldn't splitting the column increase the complexity and possibly slow down the performance?
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Holley
1 months ago
B
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Aja
1 months ago
I think splitting the DateTime column into separate Date and Time columns will help in analyzing loT events by hour and day.
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Noe
1 months ago
A
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