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5. You are managing a complex project for a new method of heating and air
conditioning in vehicles. You will use both solar and wind technologies
in this project to reduce energy costs. Therefore, you must ensure that the
work of your project will result in delivering the project’s specied scope,
which means that you should measure completion of the product scope
against the—
a. Scope management plan
b. Project management plan
c. Product requirements
d. Requirements management plan
6. A key tool and technique used in Dene Scope is
a. Templates, forms, and standards
b. Decomposition
c. Expert judgment
d. Project management methodology
7. Alternatives generation often is useful in dening project scope. An example
of a technique that can be used is—
a. Sensitivity analysis
b. Decision trees
c. Mathematical model
d. Lateral thinking
8. Product analysis techniques include all the following EXCEPT
a. Value engineering
b. Value analysis
c. Systems analysis
d. Bill of materials
9. The baseline for evaluating whether requests for changes or additional work
are contained within or outside the project’s exclusion is provided by the—
a. Project management plan
b. Project scope statement
c. Project scope management plan
d. WBS dictionary
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10. Rather than use a WBS, your team developed a bill of materials to dene
the project’s work components. A customer review of this document uncov-
ered that a scope change was needed, because a deliverable had not been
dened, and a change request was written subsequently. This is an example
of a change request that was the result of—
a. An external event
b. An error or omission in dening the scope of the product
c. A value-adding change
d. An error or omission in dening the scope of the project
11. Collecting requirements is critical in project scope management as it
becomes the foundation for the project’s
a. Scope management plan
b. WBS
c. Schedule
d. Scope change control system
12. The project scope statement addresses and documents all the following
items EXCEPT
a. Project exclusions
b. The relationship between the deliverables and the business need
c. Product scope description
d. Project management methodology (PMM)
13. The rst step in collecting requirements on any project, large or small,
a. Talk with the project stakeholders through interviews
b. Review the scope management plan
c. Conduct facilitated workshops with stakeholders
d. Prepare a requirements document template that you and your team can
use throughout the collect requirements process
14. You want to structure your project so that each project team member has a
discrete work package to perform. The work package is a—
a. Deliverable at the lowest level of the WBS
b. Task with a unique identier
c. Required level of reporting
d. Task that can be assigned to more than one organizational unit

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