# Week 1: Battle For Brooklyn Bridge!

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This quiz primarily looks at the Optimising Cube Performance competency and is based on the first chapter of volume 2 of the TM1 10. 1 training course.

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• 1.
What is the main purpose of the SKIPCHECK statement in TM1?
• A.

For the purposes of efficient cube design where there are no N-level calculates, as it skips the checking of these and assumes there is no calculation.

• B.

Complements the FEEDERS statement by telling TM1 that it can skip the checking of FEEDERS.

• C.

Skips the rule below it in the rule file.

• D.

Skips cell-based checking for blank and non-zero values, significantly increasing the efficiency of cubes.

• 2.
Which of these purposes does the FEEDERS statement fufill?
• A.

It is the actual statement that feeds the rules to TM1, so it knows when to run them

• B.

Tells TM1 that the TM1 cube has subsets and which subsets are associated with that cube

• C.

Donates \$1 to the TM1 developers each time the statement is ran so they don't go hungry

• D.

Tells TM1 which calculated cells will receive non-zero values from rules

• 3.
What is the correct way of writing a FEEDER statement? (Syntax)
• A.

['membername']=>['rulereference']

• B.

FEED=>[membername]=[reference]

• C.

['membername']=['rule']*['reference']

• D.

There is no syntax, TM1 10.1 handles the creation and removal of all FEEDER statement automatically

• 4.
What does over-feeding mean?
• A.

Feeding too many cells

• B.

Feeding more cells than are necessary, such as cells whose result will be zero anyway

• C.

Feeding cells whose value is equal to something other than zero

• D.

Eating too much

• 5.
Is it better to over-feed or under-feed?
• A.

Over-feed

• B.

Under-feed

• C.

None - they are both equally bad

• D.

It is impossible to under-feed and you should never over-feed

• 6.
When might you need to feed a rule applied to a string cell?
• A.

When the rule pulls the string into another cube

• B.

If the rule is populating a pick list

• C.

When the target is using suppress zeros

• D.

All of the above

• 7.
How do you feed a string cell?
• A.

Use the normal FEEDERS declaration for the cell

• B.

Use the FEEDSTRINGS declaration

• C.

Press the "Feed String" icon in the rule editor

• D.

Create an N-level calculation to perform the string feeding

• 8.
• A.

What your organisation should be doing (e.g. planning questions)

• B.

Report on how your organisation is doing (e.g. Scorecarding and dashboarding)

• C.

Perform analysis and reporting (e.g Evaluate why you are doing something in a certain way)

• D.

All of the above

• 9.
What does OLAP stand for?
• A.

Open Learning and Planning

• B.

Online Analytic Processing

• C.

Online Learning and Performance

• D.

Oxford London Analysis and Performance

• 10.
What is the rumored meaning of the acronym "TM1"?
• A.

Trent Matthews 1

• B.

Table Manager 1

• C.

Total Management 1

• D.

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