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an AON project network represent: A. An activity B. Project flow C. Dependency D. Both B and C are correct E. Both A and B are correct 4. When translated into a project network, a work package will become A. A single activity B. One or more activities C. A milestone D. A critical path E. An arrow

1. Information to develop a project network is collected from the A. Organization breakdown structure B. Work breakdown structure C. Budget D. Project proposal E. Responsibility matrix 2. Wch of the following represents an activity on an AON project network? A. An arrow B. A line C. A node D. Both A and B are correct E. A, B, and C are all correct 3. Arrows on an AON project network represent: A. An activity B. Project flow C. Dependency D. Both B and C are correct E. Both A and B are correct 4. When translated into a project network, a work package will become A. A single activity B. One or more activities C. A milestone D. A critical path E. An arrow 5. Wch of the following is provided by a project network but not by the work breakdown structure? A. Dependencies B. Sequencing C. Interrelationsps D. Both A and B are correct E. A, B, and C are all correct 6. On a project network, the activity times are derived from the A. Organization breakdown structure B. Work packages C. Budget D. Project proposal E. Responsibility matrix 7. Part of a project is to . Ts is best classified as a(n) A. Event B. Path C. Activity D. Node E. Milestone 8. An activity that has more than one dependency arrow flowing into it is termed a(n) A. Parallel activity B. Critical path C. Burst activity D. Merge activity E. Independent activity 9. The critical path in a project network is the A. Shortest path through the network B. Longest path through the network C. Network path with the most difficult activities D. Network path using the most resources E. Network path with the most merge activities 10. A/an _________ activity has more than one dependency arrow flowing from it. A. Parallel B. Critical path C. Burst D. Merge E. Independent 11. An item on a project network is . Ts is best described as a(n) A. Event B. Path C. Activity D. Node E. Milestone 12. Activities wch can take place at the same time are termed A. Parallel activity B. Critical path C. Burst activity D. Merge activity E. Independent activity 13. A sequence of connected, dependent activities is termed a(n) A. Critical path B. Parallel path C. Activity chain D. Path E. Dependent chain 14. An AON project network uses wch of the following basic building blocks? A. Arrows B. Bars C. Nodes D. Both A and C are correct E. A, B, and C are all correct 15. Wch of the following is not one of the basic rules to follow when developing project networks? A. An activity cannot begin until all preceding activities have been completed B. Each activity must have a unique identification number C. Conditional statements are allowed but looping statements are not allowed D. An activity identification number must be larger that that of any preceding activities E. Networks flow from left to right 16. ________ activities must be completed immediately before a particular activity. A. Merge B. Burst C. Predecessor D. Successor E. Critical 17. ________ activities are to be completed immediately following a particular activity. A. Merge B. Burst C. Predecessor D. Successor E. Critical 18. The forward pass in project network calculations determines the A. Earliest time’s activities can begin B. Earliest time’s activities can be finished C. Duration of the project D. Both A and B are correct E. A, B, and C are all correct 19. The backward pass in project network calculations determines the A. Latest time’s activities can begin B. Earliest time’s activities can be finished C. Critical path D. Both A and C are correct E. A, B, and C are all correct 20. Wch of the following correctly calculates the early finish for an activity? A. LS + DUR B. ES + DUR C. LF + DUR D. ES + SL E. LF + SL 21. Wch of the following correctly calculates the late start for an activity? A. EF – DUR B. ES – DUR C. LF – DUR D. ES – SL E. LF – SLACK 22. The amount of time an activity can be delayed and yet not delay the project is termed A. Total slack B. Free slack C. Critical float D. Float pad E. Slip pad 23. Wch of the following will correctly calculate the total slack in an activity? A. LS – ES B. LF – EF C. LS – LF D. LF – ES E. Both A and B are correct 24. The laying pipe example in the text illustrates the concept of A. Laddering B. Hammock activities C. Critical path D. Concurrent engineering E. Forward pass 25. Using a special color copy macne for a tradeshow publication illustrates the concept of A. Laddering B. Hammock activities C. Critical path D. Concurrent engineering E. Forward pass 26. If, for some reason, the project must be expedited to meet an earlier date, wch of the following actions would the project manager take first? A. Check to see wch activities cost the least B. Check to see wch activities have the longest duration C. Check to see wch activities are on the critical path D. Check to see wch activities have the most slack E. Check to see wch activities have the ghest risk 27. Typically an activity on a project network represents A. A single work package B. One or more tasks from a work package C. Several work packages D. A sub-deliverable E. A cost account 28. Project network logic errors include wch of the following? A. Activities with less than 1 day duration B. Sequences such as “if test successful build prototype, if failure redesign” C. A sequence such as B succeeds A, C succeeds B, A succeeds C D. Both B and C are network logic errors E. A, B, and C are all network logic errors 29. Wch company utilized concurrent engineering to design a new line of cars and in the process completed its development six months ahead of schedule? A. General Motors B. Chrysler C. Ford D. Nissan E. Toyota 30. The minimum amount of time a dependent activity must be delayed to begin or end is referred to as: A. Hammock B. Laddering C. Lag D. Cuson E. Buffer All the Questions are Included..

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