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This is a horribly phrased question (which I think someone has posted about before).
The real question they they mean to ask is, "Which native Marketo functionality will be available for this embedded form?"
- a. Cannot be the correct answer, since reCAPTCHA can only be added via customization (it's not a native feature).
- b. Cannot be correct because it doesn't work when a form is embedded elsewhere.
- d. Is a random allusion to an old blog post, but still refers to a non-native functionality, so can't be the answer.
Therefore the only feasible answer is c., since ProgPro is a native feature and does work on embedded forms.
However, the question sounds like it was generated by a circa-1982 Apple II "computer therapist" app, so it's not surprising that you were confused! And no, the linked URL doesn't shed any light. The main goal of the Q is to make you think about what forms do and don't do and in what context.
Yes, this is a poorly worded question. On the Beta, this question was there and I flagged it. I suppose it still got through. This question was also flagged a month ago on a different thread.
Ayana Nickerson - perhaps we should go through my comments from the Beta?
Sanford, appreciate your reference yet, the questions were designed by a group of humans.
I just passed the new cert.
This question is a mistake. I recognize the answer and the reasoning, and the question above is not the right question.
So don't let it throw you off.
The idea here is to put in superfluous / extra information to confuse the person. If you remember from college, a lot of professors would do this in order to throw you off.
I wouldn't impute this to academic-level mind games; "is used for" is just bad writing, and the link is broken.