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1.   A project is a temporary process used to manufacture a new product.  (Points :2)         True         False 2.   The project charter serves as a formal legal contract between the project team and the project  sponsor.  (Points :2)         True         False 3.   If a problem occurs during project execution, the Work Breakdown Structure can be used to understand  exactly where and why the problem occurred.  (Points :2)         True         False 4.   The length of time to perform an activity is often dependent upon who will do that work.  (Points :2)         True         False 5.   Customers may need to sacrifice expectations related to cost or schedule in order to realize their  expectations for scope or quality.  (Points :2)         True         False 6.   The most common type of logical dependency to determine the sequence of project activities is “finish- to-finish”. (Points :2)         True         False 7.   The project scope statement will frequently state what is excluded from the project in addition to stating  what is included . (Points :2)         True         False 8.   When developing a project schedule, slack refers to the time between the start and the finish of a  planned activity . (Points :2)         True         False 9.   The most conventional approach to create a Work Breakdown Structure is to adopt a “top-down”  approach.  (Points :2)         True         False
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2010 for the course MANA 6370 taught by Professor May during the Spring '10 term at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

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