# Cost Estimation Trivia: Product Management

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• 1.
Provides an accurate estimate of project costs
• A.

Rough Order of Magnitude (ROM) Estimate

• B.

Definitive Estimate

• C.

Budgetary Estimate

• 2.
A document that describes how the organization will manage cost
• A.

Cost Management Plan

• B.

Bottom-Up Estimates

• C.

Parametric Modeling

• 3.
Use the actual cost of a previous, similar project as the basis for estimating the cost of the current project
• A.

Parametric Modeling

• B.

Analogous Estimates (Top-Down Estimates)

• C.

Cost Management Plan

• 4.
Estimating individual work items or activities and summing them up to get a project total
• A.

Cost Management Plan

• B.

Analogous Estimates (Top-Down Estimates)

• C.

Bottom-Up Estimates

• 5.
Uses project characteristics (parameters) in a mathematical model to estimate project costs
• A.

Analogous Estimates (Top-Down Estimates)

• B.

Bottom-Up Estimates

• C.

Parametric Modeling

• 6.
A time-phased budget that project managers use to measure and monitor cost performance.
• A.

Parametric Modeling

• B.

Cost Baseline

• C.

Earned Value Management (EVM)

• 7.
A project performance measurement technique that integrates scope, time, and cost data
• A.

Earned Value Management (EVM)

• B.

Cost Baseline

• C.

Cost Variance (CV)

• 8.
Portion of the approved total cost estimate planned to be spent on an activity during a given period
• A.

Estimate At Completion

• B.

Planned Value (PV)

• C.

Earned Value (EV)

• 9.
The total direct and indirect costs incurred in accomplishing work on an activity during a given period
• A.

Actual Cost (AC)

• B.

Planned Value (PV)

• C.

Budget At Completion (BAC)

• 10.
An estimate of the value of the physical work actually completed
• A.

Schedule Performance Index (SPI)

• B.

Planned Value (PV)

• C.

Earned Value (EV)

• 11.
The ratio of actual work completed to the percentage of work planned to have been completed at any given time during the life of the project or activity
• A.

Budget At Completion (BAC)

• B.

Rate of Performance (RP)

• C.

Schedule Performance Index (SPI)

• 12.
The earned value minus the actual cost
• A.

Budget At Completion (BAC)

• B.

Cost Variance (CV)

• C.

Estimate At Completion

• 13.
The earned value minus the planned value
• A.

Schedule Variance (SV)

• B.

Cost Variance (CV)

• C.

Schedule Performance Index (SPI)

• 14.
The ratio of earned value to actual cost and can be used to estimate the projected cost of completing the project
• A.

Schedule Performance Index (SPI)

• B.

Rate of Performance (RP)

• C.

Cost Performance Index (CPI)

• 15.
The ratio of earned value to planned value and can be used to estimate the projected time to complete the project
• A.

Schedule Performance Index (SPI)

• B.

Schedule Variance (SV)

• C.

Cost Variance (CV)

• 16.
An estimate of what it will cost to complete the project based on performance to date
• A.

Budget At Completion (BAC)

• B.

Schedule Variance (SV)

• C.

Estimate At Completion

• 17.
The original total budget for the project
• A.

Earned Value (EV)

• B.

Budget At Completion (BAC)

• C.

Rate of Performance (RP)

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