Koen Verbeeck (6/5/2012)
The answer is pretty easy to find, so I think most people just guessed (wrong).
Maybe some of them just can't do logic, because an awful lot of people must have been guessing from the whole set of six answers, not just from the logically possible two.
To date 39% have picked answers that have both 2 and 3 true, answers that should be eliminated by pure logic requiring no knowledge at all about 2012 BoL, no finding to do. In effect, I'm forced to believe that about 58% replied with random guess answers (if 39% of people hit the logically impossible answers by random guess we should expect that about 19% or 20% hit the two logically possible answers that way), presumably because they were unable to handle the elementary logic required to bring the number of options down to two. In other words because they were unable to do elementary logic of a kind which is absolutely required to achieve any degree of competence in any sort of database work (other than data entry with no discretion). A 6th of those 58% picked the one right answer out of the 6 options, leaving us with 48% wrong answers and 52% right (things have deteriorated slighly since Ron's comment, when only 47% had it wrong).
Like Ron, I'm surprised. I'm also appalled - don't database people think logically any more?