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What is a variance threshold for costs or other indicators to indicate the agreed amount of variation allowed called?



A. Variance limits
B. Control threshold
C. Cost limit
D. Acceptable threshold

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F. Ray

F. Ray, Student, Kansas City

Answered Aug 29, 2018

The answer to this is C. Control threshold is often described as the limit of the project. For example, there might be a threshold in the finances that will be used for a certain project. This means that it can only reach up to that certain amount and the finances will not go beyond that anymore.

This may also refer to the quality of the product before it will be released to the public. There are times when the quality control is really bad and it can be the downfall of the company. Making sure that there is a threshold will at least allow some control over various factors that the company finds important.

 

anetlemos

Anetlemos

Answered Mar 02, 2017

Control threshold. It must be under limits of the variance
 

John Adney

John Adney

Answered Mar 02, 2017

Control threshold. It must be under limits of the variace
 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Dec 14, 2016

Control threshold

B - Control thresholds are variance thresholds for costs or other indicators such as person days and indicate the agreed amount of variation allowed.
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John Adney

Agreed, it must be under the limits of the variance

anetlemos

Contol threshold

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