# 11 which of the following are advantages of network

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11) Which of the following are advantages of network diagrams? (Select three that apply.) [4.4.3 Identify the advantages/disadvantages of network diagrams.] - Graphically depicts the relationship between project activities/events and their impacts Generally useful for information briefings and reviews Enables early detection of resource constraints Allows planners to do quick "what if" analyses of changes to the schedule Page 3 of 6 DAU
12) Consider the characteristics of the three types of network schedules: Program Evaluation 10/25/2018
and Review Technique (PERT), Arrow Diagram Method (ADM), and Precedence Diagramming Method (PDM). Which of the following is a true statement? [4.4.4 - Contrast the three network schedule types.] [Remediation Accessed :N]
13) Which of the following components of the Precedence Diagramming Method (PDM) is identified by expanding the schedule to display the Start and Finish columns? [4.5.1 - Using a simple PDM schedule format, identify the earliest and latest start and finish dates, critical path, and float (or slack).]
14) 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 the tasks. This describes which of the following components? [4.5.2 - Identify the components of the Critical Path Method (CPM).]
15) What is the primary difference between a resource-constrained schedule and a time- constrained schedule? [4.6.1 - Identify the differences between a resource - constrained schedule and a time - constrained schedule.] [Remediation Accessed :N] Limitations are imposed by the length of time or dates in a time-constrained schedule, whereas a resource-constrained schedule arises when the number and/or type of support required is greater than the number available. Limitations are imposed by the length of time or dates in a resource-constrained schedule, whereas a time-constrained schedule arises when the number and/or type of support required is greater than the number available. Limitations are imposed by the length of time or dates in a time-constrained schedule, whereas a resource-constrained schedule arises when the number and/or type of support required is less than the number available. Both resource and time-constrained schedules entail the same types of limitations.