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Chapter 10 / Exercise 30
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67.The Product Owner is accountable for the functionality included in each Increment. Does he or she have the final say over the definition of “Done”?A)Yes, the Product Owner is responsible for the definition of “Done”. The Development Team may be consulted.B)No, the Development Team is responsible for the definition of “Done”. TheProduct Owner may be consulted.
68.Which three of the following are timeboxed events in Scrum?
69.Which phrase best describes a Product Owner?
70.What are criteria to order Product Backlog items?
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71.Multiple Scrum Teams working on the same project must have the same start date.A) TrueB) False
72.The value delivered by a product only be determined by revenue.
73.*Scrum Master is a “management” position?
74.The Product Owner must write all of the Product Backlog items (e.g. user stories, non-functional requirements, etc.) on the Product Backlog before handing them over to the Development Team.
75.The Sprint Goal is a result of Sprint Planning, as is the Sprint Backlog.A) TrueB) False
76.The Product Owner must use: (Choose all that apply)
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77.If burndown charts are used to visualize progress, what does a trend line though a release burndown chart indicate?
78.Items on the Product Backlog tend to be:
79.*Scrum does not have a role called “Project Manager.”A) TrueB) False

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