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4. What is the term for the maximum weight a vehicle is rated to safely carry, including passengers and cargo? a) Curb weight b) Payload capacity c) Gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) d) Gross combined weight rating (GCWR) 5. What is the principle of diversification in risk management? a) Spreading investments across multiple asset classes b) Concentrating investments in a single asset class c) Maximizing risk exposure to a single risk factor d) Avoiding investments altogether 6. A quantitative study found that participants who received a cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) intervention had a significant reduction in their anxiety symptoms, compared to a control group who did not receive the intervention. The study also found that the CBT intervention was effective in improving the participants' quality of life. Which of the following is the best conclusion that can be drawn from this study? a) CBT is an effective treatment for anxiety disorders. b) CBT is safe and effective for all populations. c) CBT is the best treatment for anxiety disorders. d) CBT is the only treatment for anxiety disorders. 7. What is the term for a measure of an engine's power output, often used in the context of vehicles? a) Torque b) Horsepower c) Kilowatt d) Newton-meter
8. What are some important considerations in cryptographic key management? a) Secure generation, distribution, storage, rotation, revocation - prevent compromise. b) Relying on default vendor key management. c) Keys do not need special handling or access control. d) Focus protection only on public keys. 9. How can boundary value analysis complement equivalence partitioning during testing? a) Adds test cases at partition boundaries to find edge defects. b) Focuses on use cases near module interfaces. c) Confirms all partitions are correctly implemented. d) Verifies requirements match customer needs.
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