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13.The most detailed tasks required to be completed and identified in the time-based Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) are directly linked through which element of the event-based Integrated Master Plan (IMP) first? a.Assignment b.Event c.Accomplishment d.Criteria
14.Which schedule duration estimating method considers the optimistic estimate, the pessimistic estimate, and the most likely estimates?
15.One of the components of the Critical Path Method (CPM) involves moving from the first task through the network to the last task, while adhering to task relationships. This method results in the earliest start and finish dates for all tasks. This describes which of the following components?
16.What are the last three steps in the process for building a Precedence Diagramming Method (PDM) schedule?
17.How are schedules in a schedule change management system similar to project elements under configuration management (CM)? a.In both a schedule change management system and CM, versions are monitored only by the program manager (PM) b.In both a schedule change management system and CM, changes to versions can be made without notifying team members c.In both a schedule change management system and CM, each version needs to be managed, controlled, and constantly monitored d.In both a schedule change management system and CM, the first version is used consistently throughout the entire project
18.In which step of the Schedule Development and Management Process do you describe all the tasks and activities that must be completed to achieve program objectives?
19.After starting the Schedule Development and Management Process by identifying a comprehensive list of program tasks, assigning identifiers, and including additional information such as potential constraints, what sort of product should the program manager (PM) expect to have?

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