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### Civil Engineering :: Construction Planning and Mgmt

1. The normal time required for the completion of project in the above problem is

2.  A.  9 days B.  13 days C.  14 days D.  19 days   3. If to, tp and tm are the optimistic, pessimistic and most likely time estimates of an activity respectively, the expected time t of the activity will be

4.  A.  to + 3tm+ tp/3 B.  to + 4tm+ tp/4 C.  to + 4tm+ tp/5 D.  to + 4tm+ tp/6   5. A construction schedule is prepared after collecting

6.  A.  Number of operations B.  Output of labour C.  Output of machinery D.  All the above   7. If an activity has its optimistic, most likely and pessimistic times as 2, 3 and 7 respectively, then its expected time and variance are respectively

8.  A.  3.5 and 5/6 B.  5 and 25/36 C.  3.5 and 25/36 D.  4 and 5/6   9. Bar charts are suitable for

10.  A.  Minor works B.  Major works C.  Large projects D.  All the Above   11. The first stage of a construction, is

12.  A.  Preparation of estimate B.  Survey of the site C.  Initiation of proposal D.  Preparation of tender   13. A father notes that when his teenage daughter uses the telephone, she takes not less than 6 minutes for a call and som? times as much as an hour. Fifteen minutes call are more frequent than calls of any other duration. If these phone calls were an activity in PERT project, then phone calls expected duration will be

14.  A.  15 minutes B.  20.143 minutes C.  21 minutes D.  27 minutes   15. The probability of completion of any activity within its expected time is

16.  A.  50 % B.  84.1 % C.  99.9 % D.  100 %   17. For a given activity, the optimistic time, pessimistic time and the most probable estimates are 5, 17 and 8 days respectively, The expected time is

18.  A.  8 days B.  9 days C.  10 days D.  15 days   19. For the network shown in the given figure, the expected time for the activity 20.  A.  1-2 is 4 B.  2-3 is 7 C.  3-4 is 8 D.  All the above   