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Microsoft Exam MB-335 Topic 12 Question 11 Discussion

Actual exam question for Microsoft's MB-335 exam
Question #: 11
Topic #: 12
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A beverage company uses Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management batch processing for production-

You need to identify the ingredient type used in batch processing when the base attribute of a product is added to a formula line.

What is the ingredient type?

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Theron
2 months ago
Hmm, I can see the logic in both C) filler and D) none. But what if the base attribute is something more complex, like a secret blend of herbs and spices? *raises eyebrows* In that case, maybe it's A) active. Just a thought.
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Willow
2 months ago
Ah, the age-old question of 'what's the ingredient type?' Classic exam material, am I right? *chuckles* Personally, I'm leaning towards D) none. I mean, if the base attribute is just being added to the formula line, then maybe there's no special ingredient type involved at all.
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Jordan
2 months ago
I'm not so sure about that. I was thinking it might be B) compensating. You know, to account for any variations in the base ingredient or something like that. But I'm not totally confident in that either. What do you guys think?
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Isreal
1 months ago
That's a good point. It could be D) none if no other ingredients are required.
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Yolande
1 months ago
I'm not sure either, but I think it might be D) none if there are no additional ingredients needed.
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Mattie
1 months ago
I think it could also be C) filler, to add substance to the formula.
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Kirk
2 months ago
I believe it's B) compensating, to adjust for any inconsistencies in the base ingredient.
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Tamesha
2 months ago
I'm leaning towards C) filler, as it fills in any gaps or spaces in the formula.
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Kiley
2 months ago
I agree with you, I also think it's A) active.
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Dorthy
2 months ago
I think it might be A) active, to show that the ingredient has a specific purpose in the formula.
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Theron
2 months ago
Hmm, this is an interesting one. I'm not entirely sure about the answer, but I think it might be C) filler. The question mentions that the base attribute of a product is added to a formula line, so the ingredient type used in batch processing would likely be a filler ingredient, right?
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