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You have completed your project to construct a railway bridge. The project is in the closing phase and you are now archiving various documents such as the stakeholder register, risk register, project calendar, etc. All these documents are part of:
  1. Project closure documents
  2. Historical information
  3. Project files
  4. Enterprise environmental factors

Q2. Adhering to legal requirements, satisfying competing needs, providing accurate and truthful representations, and disclosing conflicts of interest are all:

  1. Examples of scope management
  2. Examples of the professional and social responsibility of the project manager.
  3. Examples of project closure activities
  4. Examples of the intellectual property requirements of subcontractors.
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Q3. A project team is scattered across North America, South America, and Europe. There are seven companies working on the project and 67 core team members. Which of the following would have the GREATEST impact on making the situation easier to manage?

  1. A project scope statement
  2. A staffing management plan
  3. A change control system
  4. More time spent scope planning.
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Q4. An activity needs more time because an identified risk has occurred. The project manager determines that there is enough reserve to accommodate the change. Who needs to approve the change?

  1. Management
  2. Project manager
  3. Team member
  4. Functional manager
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Q5. You are in the process of subdividing project deliverables and project work into smaller, more manageable parts so the project management team can get a structured vision of what has to be delivered. Which of the following is an output of this process?

  1. Scope baseline
  2. RBS
  3. Network diagram
  4. OBS
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Q6. While preparing your risk responses, you realize that you have not planned for unknown risk events. You need to make adjustments to the project to compensate for unknown risk events. These adjustments are based on your past project experience when unknown risk events occurred and knocked the project off track. What should you do?

  1. Include a management reserve in the budget to try to compensate for the unknown risks, and notify management to expect unknown risks to occur.
  2. Document the unknown risk items and calculate the expected monetary value based on probability and impact that may result from the occurrence.
  3. Determine the unknown risk events and the associated cost; then, add the cost to the project budget as reserves.
  4. With the stakeholders, determine a budget of the known risk budget to allocate to a management reserve budget.
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Q7. You just found out that a major subcontractor for our project consistently provides deliverables late. The subcontractor approaches you and asks you to continue accepting late deliverables in exchange for a decrease in project costs. This offer is an example of.

  1. Confronting.
  2. Compromise.
  3. Smoothing.
  4. Forcing.
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Q8. During a work breakdown structure meeting, you have decomposed the deliverables into work packages and created your WBS dictionary. However, you now want to decompose the work packages to assist you in estimating, executing, and controlling the project. These decomposed work packages are:

  1. Work packages can't be decomposed into smaller units
  2. Activities
  3. Milestones
  4. Control Accounts
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Q9. Daniel is the project manager for a factory construction project. Daniel has recently joined this organization and is not fully aware of the organization’s culture and structure. In order to manage his project stakeholders, Daniel has to understand his project stakeholders better. Which of the following can provide Daniel some historical information regarding stakeholder management on previous projects?

  1. Enterprise environmental factors
  2. Project management plan
  3. Project charter
  4. Organizational process assets
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Q10. You have a project with the following activities: Activity 1 can start immediately and has an estimated duration of four. Activity 2 can start after activity 1 is completed and has an estimated duration of eight. Activity 3 can start after activity 2 is completed and has an estimated duration of five. Activity 4 can start after activity 1 is completed and has an estimated duration of eight. Activity 5 has an estimated duration of three and must take place concurrently with activity 3. It can start after activities 4 and 2. What is the duration of the critical path of this project?

  1. 15
  2. 18
  3. 17
  4. 12
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