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A. Time, quality B. Quality, resource C. Cost, time D. Quality, cost E. Time, resource 12. Regina's boss has told her that her project is very important. If the critical path is delayed, she will be given whatever she needs to get it back on schedule. Her project is ________ constrained. A. Time B. Quality C. Cost D. Performance E. Resource 8-3 Downloaded by zoljargal byambadorj ([email protected]) lOMoARcPSD|3016524
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Chapter 08 - Scheduling Resources and Costs 13. In reviewing the status of her project with top management, Shirley was told that there only were two programmers that she could use for her project. Her project is __________ constrained. A. Time B. Quality C. Cost D. Performance E. Resource 14. All resource leveling techniques involve A. Delaying noncritical activities B. Delaying critical activities C. Using negative slack D. Both A and C are correct E. A, B, and C are all correct 15. Scheduling time-constrained projects focuses on resource A. Demands B. Increases C. Assumptions D. Utilization E. All are correct 16. The most widely used approach to apply heuristics, which have been found to consistently minimize project delay over a large variety of projects is the A. Parallel method B. Resource method C. Materials D. Both A and C are correct E. A, B, and C are all correct 8-4 Downloaded by zoljargal byambadorj ([email protected]) lOMoARcPSD|3016524
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Chapter 08 - Scheduling Resources and Costs 17. Resource leveling can provide A. Lower peak demand B. Reduced resource need over the life of the project C. Reduced fluctuations in resource demand D. Both A and B are correct E. A, B, and C are all correct 18. Jan is trying to reallocate resources in a time-constrained project to create smoother resource utilization with a low level of risk. She should move to activities with the A. Smallest duration B. Least slack C. Most slack D. Lowest identification number E. Highest cost 19. In a resource-constrained project, which of the following is most likely to be changed? A. The completion date B. The budget C. Project quality D. Both A and B are equally likely E. A, B, and C are all equally likely 20. In a resource-constrained project, the first priority in assigning resources is usually given to activities with the A. Smallest duration B. Least slack C. Most slack D. Lowest identification number E. Highest cost 8-5 Downloaded by zoljargal byambadorj ([email protected]) lOMoARcPSD|3016524
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Chapter 08 - Scheduling Resources and Costs 21. In a resource-constrained project the second priority in assigning resources is usually given to activities with the A. Smallest duration B. Least slack C. Most slack D. Lowest identification number E. Highest cost 22. The word Heuristics means A. Resource constraints B. Flexibility C. The critical path changed D. Parallel activities become sequential E. Rule of thumb 23. Splitting an activity creates the following situation: A. More people working on the same activity B. There are possible startup and shutdown costs C. A resource may be moved from one activity to another and then back D. Both B and C are correct E. A, B, and C are all correct 24. The U.S. Forest Service "snapshot from practice" illustrated the importance of
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