1.
A project manager determined that BAC is no longer viable and developed a forecasted EAC. What index can the project manager use to look at the calculated projection of cost performance that must be achieved on the remaining work.

8.
SPI less than one implies that

9.
Considering the impact of both schedule and cost performance; what the entire project is likely to cost is expressed by?

11.
Schedule Variance (SV) less than zero implies that

13.
Which of the following formulas answers the question; What is the remaining work likely to cost?

15.
Schedule Variance (SV) greater than zero implies that

16.
The planned value of task A is $150,000 and task B is $500,000. After six months the project manager does a performance analysis of the project and finds that the project is behind schedule. The actual cost incurred in completing task A is $175,000 and that for completing 80% of task B is $650,000. What is the cost performance index of the project?

18.
What is the upper limit imposed on Actual Cost (AC)

20.
Two efficiency indicators that reflect cost and schedule performance of a project are

22.
The Earned Value Methodology (EVM) can be used as a means to

23.
How much we will be over or under budget at the end of the project; is expressed by?

24.
A project is scheduled to complete in one year. After 3 months of execution the earned value is $45,000 and the planned value is $55,000. What is the schedule variance of the project?

25.
Considering the following project data what is the Estimate at Completion (EAC) if the work is performed at the budgeted rate? BAC = $22,000 EV = $13,000 PV = $14,000 AC = $15,000

26.
What is the TCPI of the project based on following project data? (1) EAC = $115,000 (2) BAC = $100,000, (3) EV = $25,000 (4) AC = $40,000.

27.
A project is estimated to cost $50,000 with a timeline of 50 days. After 25 days, the project manager finds that 80% of the project is complete and Actual costs are $50,000. What is the Cost Performance Index (CPI)?

28.
SPI greater than one implies that

29.
A project has a budget of $30,000 and the costs incurred till date is $20,000. The project has achieved $10,000 worth of work. The project manager believes that the future work will progress at the planned rate. What is the Estimate at Completion (EAC) of the project?

32.
What is EAC for the project if BAC = $50,000 AC = $10,000 EV = $7,000 manual bottom up ETC = $50,000

33.
A project is estimated to cost $200,000 with a timeline of 10 months. Due to shipment delay, the schedule was slightly delayed. This was however made up by receiving the first batch of materials for the project by air. The net result was that there was some additional cost in the project. At the end of the second month, he project manager reviews the project and finds that the project is 20% complete and actual costs are $50,000. The Estimate to Complete (ETC) for the project would be

36.
A project's current total Earned Value (EV) is $150,000 and the Actual Cost (AC) is $100,000. What is the Cost Variance (CV) of the project?

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