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6.Consider the differences between the Arrow diagram method (ADM) and Precedence diagramming Method (PDM) network schedules. Which of the following is a true statement?a.PDM treats all activities as Finish-to-Start (FS) while ADM can show multiple types of task relationships b.PDM uses and ‘Activity-on-Node” method while ADM uses an “Actitivity-on-Arrow” method
7.Which schedule time constraint solution is best used when the project has some flexibility in theend date and a longer time to complete the project can be accommodated?
8.Prior to using the 14-Piont Schedule Metrics, the total number of task with “Actual finish” dates needs to be calculated. This describes which of the following data typed?
9.How are schedules in a schedule change management system similar to project elements under configuration management (CM)?
10.Which schedule duration estimating method uses information of data from a previous, similar Project (or projects) to calculate the estimates for a current project?
11.When using MS Project, how can you determine the earliest and latest start dates for each task in a Precedence Diagramming Method (PDM) Schedule?
12.How does the Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) related to the integrated Master Plan (IMP)?
b.The IMS provides a more detailed description of the tasks identified in the IMP
13.The results on the Identify Tasks step in the Schedule Development and Management Process is a comprehensive list of all the tasks that should be performed for the program. As a program manager (PM), in what ways can you elaborate on each task in the list?a.Determine what resources are required to perform the task b.Include any dependencies or relationships amoung tasks. c.Assign a numerical or alphanumerical identifier for each task.

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