Prior to using the 14 point schedule metrics the

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10) Prior to using the 14-Point Schedule Metrics, the number of each type of the four relationships (Finish-to-Start [FS], Finish-to-Finish [FF], Start-to-Start [SS], and Start-to-Finish [SF]) for incomplete tasks needs to be calculated. This describes which of the following data types? [4.8.1 Choose the type of data that needs to be calculated in preparation for using 14-Point Schedule Metrics.]-Relationship CountBaseline CountComplete TasksIncomplete Tasks
11) What are the first three steps in the process for building a Precedence Diagramming Method (PDM) schedule? [4.9.1 -Construct a simple network schedule using the PDM format.][Remediation Accessed :N] Identify the tasks, sequence the tasks, determine resource requirementsEstimate task durations, determine resource requirements, sequence the tasksSequence the tasks, identify the tasks, estimate task durationsDetermine resource requirements, estimate task durations, identify the tasksBack to Status pagePage 3 of 3DAU10/25/2018
Module 4 Exam Here is your test result.The dots represent the choices you have made. The highlighted questions are the questions you have missed. Remediation Accessed shows whether you accessed those links.'N' represents links not visited and 'Y' represents visited links. Back to Status pagecontains 1 Questions1) Which of the following is the correct order of the process for building a Precedence Diagramming Method (PDM) schedule? [4.9.1 -Construct a simple network schedule using the PDM format.]Identify the tasks, sequence the tasks, determine resource requirements, estimate task durations, construct schedules, monitor and control schedulesDetermine resource requirements, identify the tasks, sequence the tasks, estimate task durations, monitor and control schedules, construct schedulesEstimate task durations, determine resource requirements, identify the tasks, sequence the tasks, construct schedules, monitor and control schedulesIdentify the tasks, sequence the tasks, estimate task durations, determine resource requirements, monitor and control schedules, construct schedulesBack to Status pagePage 1 of 1DAU10/25/2018

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