1. B and C. Other than the two listed correct answers, the local router also adds connected routes for which the network command matches the corresponding interfaces, so it might not add all connected routes. Also, EIGRP does not add static routes to the EIGRP topology table, unless those routes are redistributed.
2. B and D. EIGRP sends bandwidth, delay, reliability, load, MTU, and hop count in the message. The formula to calculate the metric includes bandwidth, delay, reliability, and load.
3. A. EIGRP performs WAN bandwidth control without any explicit configuration, using default settings. Because no bandwidth commands have been configured, each subinterface uses the default 1544-kbps setting. For S0/0.1, WAN bandwidth control ...