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6.2 Discussion: Controlling Direct Labor CostsEn-Chi, Kang2019/7/4A burn down chart is a graphical representation of work remaining versus time. The work remaining is often on the vertical axis, while the time is on the horizontal axis. It not only makes the project status visible but also encourages everyone in the project team to conduct the tasks more quickly since everyone’s work progresses are totally visible. On the other hand, the benefits of using a project burndown chart are project and sprit planning risk monitoring and work inspection. In the first place, with the knowledge of the total number of tasks and the average time that takes to finish each task. It is possible to predict and plan when functionality can be released (STX NEXT, n.d.). In the second place, through using the burn down chart, project manageris able to compare the actual work done with the project plan and then predict the delay and eliminate the risks. In the third place, the through reviewing the chart, the