Pmp Exam Preparation Questions

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Test 1 1 Design of experiments, Ishikawa diagrams, cost-benefit analysis, and quality audits are all Perform Quality assurance tools. Ishikawa diagram illustrates how various factors might be linked to potential problems or effects. As part of the project 's quality assurance efforts, your audit team is using these tools in your software development project. Which stage of the project management life cycle are you in? A Planning process group B Executing process group C Monitoring and controlling process group D Closing process group
2 Which one of the following statements expresses the difference between quality and grade? A High quality is a problem, but low grade may not be B Low quality is not a problem but low
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Kodak plans to create two million of these units in the next three years and expects even newer technology to replace these eventually. Which one of the following statements is MOST appropriate: A Creation of a digital camera goes through the project life cycle followed by the product life cycle B The project life cycle goes through a series of phases in order to create the digital camera, whereas the product life cycle generally includes the ideas, creation, operations, marketing and product retirement C Kodak’s decision to create and market two million units implies that the project life cycle and the product life cycle are intertwined D The product life cycle goes through a series of phases in order to create the digital camera, whereas the project life cycle includes the ideas, creation, operations, marketing and product retirement
12 The economic value of all goods and services we must give up is known as: A Sunk cost B Expected present value C Opportunity cost D Variable cost
13 Troy Motors has decided to give out 50% of its fuel cell project to an outside vendor. Which one of the following involves consideration of whether, how, what, how much, and when to acquire goods and services from outside the performing organization? A Plan
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