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163 New PMP Process Questions & Answers with explanation

1.

A small sample of your project’s PERT calculations is shown here. What is the total duration of the project?

Activity
Optimistic
Pessimistic
Likely Expected Value
1101412
2203023
3333


Select one
2.
A project manager meets with the team to discuss how they will measure budget performance moving forward. What activity is the team engaged in?
Select one
3.
Risk strategy, methodology, and risk-related roles and responsibilities are all elements of what?
Select one
4.
The characteristics of project life cycles vary and should be considered when determining which life cycle is the best fit for a project. Match the delivery life cycle approach based on where it falls on the continuum when considering frequency of delivery and degree of change.
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Life Cycle Continuum
Predictive
High frequency of delivery and low degree of change
Iterative
Low frequency of delivery and high degree of change
Incremental
Low frequency of delivery and low degree of change
Agile
High frequency of delivery and high degree of change
5.
Match the Agile approach with its description.
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Agile Approach Description
Scrum
Allows for continuous flow of work and value to the customer. This approach is less prescriptive and pulls single items through the process continuously.
Kanban
Used to meet the needs of a large software development project. This approach revolves around six core roles and is organized around five activities that are performed iteratively.
eXtreme programming
Used for software projects and features accelerated cycles and less heavyweight processes. This approach focuses on performing more iterative cycles across seven key disciplines and incorporates feedback before formal delivery.
Feature-driven development
A software development method based on frequent cycles. This approach attempts to distill a best practice into its simplest and purest form and then applies that practice continuously.
Agile unified process
A single-team process framework used to manage product development. This approach uses timeboxed sprints of one month or less and revolves around three core roles.
6.
Match the term with its definition.
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Term Definition
Story points
A unit-less measure used in relative user story estimation techniques
Burndown chart
A visual representation of the work completed toward the release of a product
Burnup charts
The sum of story point sizes for features actually completed during the iteration
Velocity
A visual representation of the work remaining versus the time left in a timebox
7.
Match the quality theorist with the theory they are responsible for.
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Quality Theorist Theory
Philip Crosby
Pareto Principle
Joseph Juran
Plan-Do-Check-Act
W. Edwards Deming
Total Quality Management (TQM)
Walter Shewhart
Zero Defects
8.
Match the project life cycle with its respective description.
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Life Cycle Name Description
Predictive life cycle
A traditional approach where the majority of planning occurs up front, followed by execution of the work
Iterative life cycle
An approach that is both iterative and incremental to refine work items and deliver frequently
Incremental life cycle
An approach that provides deliverables to the customers to use immediately
Agile life cycle
An approach that allows feedback on unfinished work to improve and modify the work
9.
Match the name of the Project Management Knowledge Area with its description
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Knowledge Area Name Description
Project Integration Management
Contains the activities required to manage the timely completion of the project
Project Schedule Management
Contains the activities to identify, acquire, and manage the resources needed for the successful completion of the project
Project Procurement Management
Contains the activities necessary to purchase or acquire products, services, or results needed from outside the project team
Project Resource Management
Contains the activities to identify, define, combine, unify, and coordinate the various processes and project management activities within the various process groups
Project Stakeholder Management
Contains the activities required to identify the people, groups, or organizations that could impact or be impacted by the project, analyze them, and develop strategies for engaging them
10.
A method of managing projects in small, incremental portions of work that can be easily assigned and completed within a short period of time describes what methodology?
Select one