Esri eadp19-001 practice test

ArcGIS Desktop Professional 19-001 Exam

Question 1

An ArcGIS user is tasked with editing a layer containing a large number of features, using another
layer that is in a different coordinate
a system as reference. The user adds the layers in ArcMap
and starts an edit session. A warning message about editing data in a different coordinate system is
What is the most efficient way to edit the data to avoid potential distortion in the data?

  • A. change the data frame's coordinate system to match the coordinate system of the layer being edited
  • B. project the reference layer so the coordinate system matches with the one that needs to be edited
  • C. georeference the reference layer and start a new edit session
  • D. create a geodatabase topology with the two layers and add a rule so new data always snaps to thereference layer



Question 2

An ArcGiS user is working with a composite address locator that consists of the following:
Citywide Address Locator
Regional Address Locator
Nationwide Address Locator
How does a composite address locator work if no selection criteria are specified? (Choose two)

  • A. searches all locators in sequence
  • B. searches the largest address locator first
  • C. searches the smallest address locator first
  • D. searches until an address is found
  • E. searches the locator with the closest zone

B, D


Question 3

An ArcGIS user runs a geo processing tool and wants to create code in the Python window that
repeats the process. In which two ways can the user generate Python code from the results window?
(Choose two)

  • A. copy a tool as Python snippet and paste it into the Python window
  • B. copy an environment setting value into the Python window
  • C. copy and paste messages to the Python window
  • D. drag a previously executed tool to the Python window

A, D


Question 4

The ArcGlS user is given data for the Arctic and is asked to perform various types of analysis using the
a. The data extend from the North pole south to 70 degrees North Latitude Data layers may contain
points, lines, or polygons, and Include ice surveys from NOAA depth contours continental margins,
locations of Known and suspected oil reserves, endangered species habitat and territorial boundaries
for nations having Arctic coastline.
Given known petroleum reserves in the Arctic, plus areas reserved for endangered species habitat
the user must determine the area In square miles that is available for oil extraction development for
the United States.
Which protection is best suited for this analysis?

  • A. Lambert azimuthal equal area
  • B. double stereographic
  • C. Albers equal area conic
  • D. Lambert conformal conic



Question 5

The ArcGIS user is given data for the Arctic and is asked to perform various types of analysis using the
a. The data extends from the North Pole south to 70 degrees North Latitude Data layers may contain
points lines, or polygons, and include ice surveys from NOAA depth contours: continental margins,
locations of known and suspected oil reserves, endangered species habitat, and territorial
boundaries for nations having Arctic coastline.
Which map projection should be used for the data to allow the most accurate buffering of those
areas, in order to comply with the U.S court decision that ships may not approach closer than 20
nautical miles to a seal rookery?

  • A. azimuthai equidistant
  • B. polar stereographic
  • C. gnomonic
  • D. Lambert azimuthal



Question 6

An ArcGIS user requests polygon parcel data to use in a model linking geoprocessing tools. The data
the user receives covets the entire country and the large dataset causes the application to perform
How can the ArcGIS user improve the performance time without altering the model?

  • A. use a standalone variable In the model to set the area of Interest
  • B. convert the data to a Simple data type before using geoprocessing tools
  • C. increase the memory allotted to ArcMap while the tools running
  • D. limit the processing extent through the environment settings



Question 7

An ArcGIS user wants to create a hierarchy and differentiate cities on a map by categorizing the way
the features are labeled. What should be used to achieve the desired result?

  • A. label expressions
  • B. label classes
  • C. label stacking
  • D. label priority



Question 8

When is an ArcGIS user required to convert a triangulated irregular network (TIN) surface of
elevation to a raster?

  • A. when generating contours
  • B. when extracting slope information
  • C. when creating the steepest path
  • D. when performing map algebra



Question 9

An ArcGlS user has high-resolution single-band data and another raster data set that is multiband
with lower resolution. Which process is used to convert the single-band data to multi-band, while
retaining its resolution?

  • A. stack bands
  • B. NDVI
  • C. pan sharpen
  • D. visualize



Question 10

An ArcGlS administrator is creating a custom toolbar containing tools commonly used throughout the
administrator's organization. The tools include browsing, querying, and editing tools. All tools will be
located on a single custom toolbar.
How can this custom toolbar be designed to maximize efficiency?

  • A. by grouping commands to visually separate those used for different tasks
  • B. by placing the tools in context menus organized by tool type
  • C. by creating a geoprocessing model for each tool type
  • D. by combining the core toolbars after removing unnecessary tools


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