Data analysis is a technique

February 9, 2022

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10-Data analysis is a technique used in control scope process; variance analysis and data analysis are two different techniques of data analysis, which answer? describes variance analysis and trend analysis correctly A- Variance analysis examines project performance over time to determine if progress is deteriorating or improving, while trend analysis compares baseline to actual results and determines if preventive actions or corrective actions are required B- Trend analysis examines project performance over time to determine if progress is deteriorating or improving, while variance analysis compares baseline to actual results and determines if preventive actions or corrective actions are required C- Trend analysis categorize requirements, while variance analysis decomposes project scope into more manageable components D- Variance analysis categorize requirements, while trend analysis decomposes project scope into more manageable components 11- Which of the following are the outputs of collect requirements process A- Scope management plan. and requirements management plan B- Requirements documentation, and requirements traceability matrix C- Scope baseline, and project documents update D- WBS and WBS dictionary 12-How to measure the completion of the product scope and the project scope? A- The completion of the product scope is measured against the scope management plan, while the completion of project scope is measured against the requirements documentation B- The completion of the product scope is measured against the scope management plan, while the completion of project scope is measured against the requirements traceability matrix C- The completion of the product scope is measured against the project management plan, while the completion of project scope is measured against the requirements documentation D- The completion of the product scope is measured against the product requirements, while the completion of project scope is measured against the project management plan