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7) How are schedules in a schedule change management system similar to project elementsunder configuration management (CM)? [4.3.6 - Identify the key factors of a schedule change management system, as part of monitoring and control of program
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schedules.]In both a schedule change management system and CM, each version needs to be managed, controlled, and constantly monitored.In both a schedule change management system and CM, the first version is used consistently throughout the entire project.In both a schedule change management system and CM, versions are monitored only by the program manager (PM).In both a schedule change management system and CM, changes to versions can be made without notifying team members.
8) When is Agile Project Management typically used during the scheduling process?[4.3.7 - Explain the effects of agile project management on scheduling.][Remediation Accessed :N]
9) Which schedule type is also referred to as a bar chart since it depicts a task as a horizontal bar imposed over a time line or calendar? [4.4.1 - Identify the types of schedules commonly used in program management.]
10) In a Gantt chart, which of the following is signified as a solid bar with a striped bar below it? [4.4.2 - Using symbology on a Gantt chart, interpret the different types of relationships.]Summary Task, In Progress
Summary TaskCritical TaskNon-Critical Task11) Which of the following are disadvantages of network diagrams? (Select two that apply.) [4.4.3 - Identify the advantages/disadvantages of network diagrams.]Prevents early detection of resource constraintsMay be too difficult to graphically portray larger projectsDifficult to conduct "what if" analyses in the event of schedule changesLess useful for information briefings and reviews
12) Consider the differences between the Arrow Diagram Method (ADM) and Precedence Diagramming Method (PDM) network schedules. Which of the following is a true statement?
13) In a Precedence Diagramming Method (PDM) schedule, the critical path is delineated by red bars, float/slack are identified in the Total Slack and Free Slack columns, and the earliest and latest start and finish dates are identified in which of the following? [4.5.1 - Using a simple PDM schedule format, identify the earliest and latest start and finish dates, critical path, and float (or slack).]Start and Finish columnsTask Name columnDuration column
ID column

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