13. The is the tangible end product that the project team or contractor must produce and deliver in order for the sponsor or customer to achieve the expected benefits from implementing the project. A) network diagram C) objective B) project plarn D) work breakdown structure 14. It is important to know what types of resouroes are available, in what quantities, and during what time periods to determine A) that the project team will be larger than necessary to complete the peoject B) how to enter resources into a project management information system C)ifthe right types ofesorcei will be available in nfiant ities hring the time periods that the project requires Dithat the peojoct will be less expensive than estimatod Table1 15. What is the early start time for Activity D vm the activity times and peecedence D) 18 16. What is the late start time for Activity B ghem the activity times and precedence requirements shown in Table 1? A) 5 B)9 C) 13 requirements shown in Table 1? A) 18 B) 13 9 D) 5 17. What is the early finish time for Activity C ghvem the astivity times and precedence requirements shown in Table 17 A) 5 B)9 C) 13 D) 18 18. What is the late start time for Activity C gives the activity simes and requirements shown in Table 17 A) 18 B) 13 os D) 5 ENCT 111

13. The is the tangible end product that the project team or contractor must produce and deliver in order for the sponsor or customer to achieve the expected benefits from implementing the project. A) network diagram C) objective B) project plarn D) work breakdown structure 14. It is important to know what types of resouroes are available, in what quantities, and during what time periods to determine A) that the project team will be larger than necessary to complete the