# Question 1. Question : A graph that plots the total resources needed per period vs. time is called a

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A graph that plots the total resources needed per period vs.

time is called a(n) __________.

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Gantt Chart

Resource Loading Chart

Work Breakdown Structure

Project Network Chart

PERT/CPM Chart

Question 2. Question

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Considering the following Activity-On-Node (AON) project

(activity completion times are in days), what is the slack time associated with

activity E?

Activity-On-Node

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0 days

1 day

2 days

3 days

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Question 3. Question

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Considering the following Activity-On-Node (AON) project

(activity completion times are in days), how long will it take to complete the

project?

Activity-On-Node

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13 days

14 days

15 days

16 days

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Question 4. Question

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Consider the following Activity-On-Node (AON) PERT project.

The three values that represent each activity’s completion time (in days)

correspond to an optimistic time, most likely time, and pessimistic time,

respectively. What is the standard deviation associated with the completion

time of activity B?

Activity-On-Node-2

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0.0245 days

0.6667 days

0.3145 days

0.3333 days

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Question 5. Question

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Consider the following Activity-On-Node (AON) PERT project.

The three values that represent each activity’s completion time (in days)

correspond to an optimistic time, most likely time, and pessimistic time,

respectively. What is the expected completion time of activity A?

Activity-On-Node-2

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2 days

3 days

4 days

5 days

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Question 6. Question

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Jamie is planning a trip overseas. A variety of activities

must be completed before her departure. The following table describes the

relationships between these activities:

Immediate

Activity

Predecessors

A –

B A

C A

D B, C

E B, C

F D, E

G F

Jamie was also able to estimate the activity times as shown

in the table below:

Activity Time

(Days)

A 4

B 4

C 5

D 3

E 3

F 2

G 1

Considering the information above, what is the length of the

project?

11 days

12 days

14 days

15 days

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Question 7. Question

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Consider the following set of activities that must be

completed in order to prep a new home for painting:

Immediate

Activity

Predecessors

A –

B –

C A, B

D C

E C

F D, E

G E

H F, G

Also assume that the painters were able to estimate the

activity times as shown in the table below:

Activity Time

(Days)

A 3

B 2

C 4

D 5

E 3

F 2

G 4

H 2

Considering the information above, what is the earliest

finish time for activity F?

10 days

12 days

14 days

16 days

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Question 8. Question

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Consider the following set of activities that must be

completed in order to prep a new home for painting:

Immediate

Activity

Predecessors

A –

B –

C A, B

D C

E C

F D, E

G E

H F, G

Also assume that the painters were able to estimate the

activity times as shown in the table below:

Activity Time

(Days)

A 3

B 2

C 4

D 5

E 3

F 2

G 4

H 2

Considering the information above, what is the critical

path?

ACDFH

IN ACEFH

BCDFH

BCEGH

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Question 9. Question

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Francisco is planning a vacation to Germany. A variety of

activities must be completed before his departure. The following table

describes the relationships between these activities:

Immediate

Activity

Predecessors

A –

B –

C –

D A, B

E C

F D, E

G E

H F, G

I F

J I, H

Francisco was also able to estimate the activity times as

shown in the table below:

Activity Time

(Days)

A 3

B 4

C 5

D 3

E 2

F 1

G 4

H 3

I 2

J 5

Considering the information above, what is the slack for

activities F and G respectively?

0 days; 0 days

3 days; 0 days

4 days; 3 days

4 days; 0 days

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Question 10. Question

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Francisco is planning a vacation to Germany. A variety of

activities must be completed before his departure. The following table

describes the relationships between these activities:

Immediate

Activity

Predecessors

A –

B –

C –

D A, B

E C

F D, E

G E

H F, G

I F

J I, H

Francisco was also able to estimate the activity times as

shown in the table below:

Activity Time

(Days)

A 3

B 4

C 5

D 3

E 2

F 1

G 4

H 3

I 2

J 5

Considering the information above, what is the earliest

finish time for activity E?

5 days

6 days

7 days

8 days

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