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Unformatted text preview: LUTHER SETZER Your test grade is 80 percent The professor has configured this test to allow students to review: z Questions answered incorrectly. z Questions answered correctly. z Students answers. z Correct answers. Question 1 - Multiple Choice ID: 5297959 Correct Question: Many companies have shifted to a process where two or more steps are carried out at the same time. This is an example of Simultaneous project tasks Concurrent project planning Concurrent engineering None of the above Question 2 - True/False ID: 5297970 Correct Question: A bubble-chart format is useful and effective for supporting the brainstorming format. True False Question 3 - Multiple Choice ID: 5297977 Correct Question: Zingwing, Inc. contracted with Miller, Inc. to have a new telescope developed. Two weeks into the project, Zingwing, Inc. changed the project specifications. Miller, Inc. had placed a statement in the contract which allowed for the renegotiation of price in the event of client-ordered changes. This clause is referred to as Mandated change Cost estimate error New learning Change control procedure Question 4 - Multiple Choice ID: 5297981 Correct Question: Coon, Inc. has been hired to design a prototype for Skates, Inc. As a part of the budget plan developed by Coon, Inc., they will include a series of indirect costs for the project. Which of the following is an example of indirect costs that Coon, Inc. will incur?...
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- Fall '10
- Project Management