Question 1 cant really be answered unless the specifications of the proposed cameras are known. With the lack of information there are two answers that could be correct.
Question 7 What is this question trying to identify? I would expect similar results from similar settings but without knowing more details this question is meaningless. The lack of information also leaves more than one answer that could be considered correct.
Question 12 The correct answer given for this, in my opinion, is a perfect world scenario. Other factors not specified could play a part in this answer."
question number 8:
we need to know what power consumption per camera to calculate this. 802.3af offers 15.4w per channel but if your 12 cameras only draw 5W per camera (for example) then the total power budget of the 802.3af switch just needs to be 60W.
"How many SD cameras can a 5 megapixel camera replace?"
I think the use of 'can' to be problematic here, since its not clear what 'can' means here, i.e., 'in theory' or 'at most' or 'ever'. Reversing the question also helps show why, e.g.
True or False: A 5 MP can replace 16 SD cameras. True, it could if everything was perfect.
But just changing 'can' to 'will' fixes the problem. Sorry for the double post, but I feared the first one wasn't clear and it didn't actually reference the original question.
#6 on the tech quiz asks which component "most likely impacts bandwidth handling capability of a server?"
GPU is not wrong - as it most likely impacts the memory bandwidth handling capability of a server.
On two of the ones I missed, I had first selected one answer and then changed my mind and selected another. The test results picked up my first answer which was incorrect but my final answer had been the correct ones. Not sure how/why that would happen but might be worth looking into to make sure final answers are recorded? Specifically this was on Sales quiz #2 and #10. In any case, its clear I need more training! :)
Minor possible correction to Surveillance Integrator Sales Quiz
The first question is
1 1. You propose a camera with a .01 lux rating and your rival proposes a camera with a .000005 lux rating. The end user raises a concern about low light performance. Of the following options, which is most accurate?
the last answer choice is
A third camera with a lux rating better than .00005 will ensure that you have better low light performance than you competitor.
Which is not correct in any case, but may give one the mistaken idea that had it said .000005 (like in the question) instead of .00005, then it would have been correct.