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A. It should include a method for controlling schedule B. It is better if it focuses on cost C. It is better if it concentrates on risk D. It should be created during the execution phase P.92 The characteristic of the precedence diagramming method that models construction projects differently than the arrow diagramming method is that it __________ A. uses arrows to signify logic in a network B. can be used to calculate the late start and late finish of all activities C. allows multiple relationship types to be associated with activities D. allows more than one critical path to be represented P.93 A project has seven activities: A, B, C, D, E, F, and G. Activities A, B, and D can start anytime. A takes three weeks, B takes five weeks, and D takes 11 weeks. A and B must be completed before C can start. C requires six weeks to complete. B, C, and D must be

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General Revision-1 Magda El Talawy MD, PMP, PSP, CCP Page 24 D. 11 P.97 Which of the following does NOT need to be done if there is a major delay on a non- critical path activity? A. Investigate the delay B. Reevaluate which path is critical C. Change the project schedule D. Review slack time for the task P.98 If the optimistic estimate for a task is 12 days and the pessimistic estimate is 18 days, what is the most likely estimate? A. 15 days B. 13 days C. 16 days D. Unknown, the most likely estimate is a separate estimate P.99 The sponsor of the project you are managing asks you to compress the duration of the project. Which of the following is correct?

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