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Chapter 8 / Exercise 3
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1) Each event detailed in the Integrated Master Plan (IMP) needs to be broken down into which of the following in the Integrated Master Schedule (IMS)? [4.2.1 - Relate the relationship of the Integrated Master Plan (IMP) to the Integrated Master Schedule (IMS).]TasksCriteriaMilestonesWork packages2) In which step of the Schedule Development and Management Process do you identify the quantity and types of labor categories required to complete a task? [4.3.1 - Select the six steps for the schedule development and management process.]Determine Resource RequirementsIdentify TasksEstimate Task DurationMonitor and Control Program Schedule3) Which task dependency is the most common type of schedule relationship and involves a successor not being able to start until the predecessor finishes? [4.3.2 - Given a task relationship scenario, identify the standard type of dependencies or relationships between schedule activities.][Remediation Accessed :N] Finish-to-Start (FS)Finish-to-Finish (FF)Start-to-Start (SS)Start-to-Finish (SF)4) What is the result of the Identification of Schedule Tasks step in the Schedule Development and Management Process? [4.3.3 - Identify the end result of the identification of schedule tasks step.][Remediation Accessed :N]
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Chapter 8 / Exercise 3
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A comprehensive list of all the tasks to be performed for the program A detailed table of all resources entailed for each task A roster of all personnel involved in the project A schedule baseline from which to monitor changes 5) Which schedule duration estimating method uses information or data from a previous, similar project (or projects) to calculate the estimates for a current project? [4.3.4 - Using a task duration estimating calculation, select the correct estimating technique.]Analogous EstimateParametric EstimateThree-Point EstimateSingle-Point Estimate6) What is the difference between a summary schedule and a detailed schedule? [4.3.5 - Identify the differences in schedules produced, as an output of constructing program schedules.]Summary schedules graphically depict the contractually required events and milestones to accomplish program objectives, whereas detailed schedules graphically depict the effort at the work package and planning package level.Summary schedules graphically depict the effort at the work package and planning package level, whereas detailed schedules graphically depict the contractually required events and milestones to accomplish program objectives.Summary schedules tie, or roll up, the detailed tasks in the detailed schedules to key events and milestones in the summary schedule(s); whereas detailed schedules graphically depict the contractually required events and milestones to accomplish program objectives.Summary schedules graphically depict the effort at the work package and planning package level; whereas detailed schedules tie, or roll up, the detailed tasks in the detailed schedules to key events and milestones in the summary schedule(s).

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