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 Name E-mail Your e-mail address will never be displayed on the site. Subject Message [quote="Arjie Maghanoy" post=20013][url=http://www.pm-exam-simulator.com/][img]http://www.pm-exam-simulator.com/images/logorandom/simulator-header3.jpg[/img][/url] Which value is not used to calculate the estimated duration using three-point estimating techniques? A. Most likely estimate B. Standard estimate C. Optimistic estimate D. Pessimistic estimate -------------------- HINT: Look for the estimate that is not mentioned in the [i]PMBOK[sup]®[/sup] Guide[/i]. -------------------- All our questions are updated to the latest [i]A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK[sup]®[/sup] Guide)[/i] standard. Stop by at http://free.pm-exam-simulator.com/ and try the PM Exam Simulator free for 7 days. Answer and Explanation: The correct answer is B Most likely, optimistic, and pessimistic estimates are the three types of estimates used to define an approximate value and range for an activity's duration using three-point estimating techniques. Details for each option: A. Most likely estimate [i]Incorrect. The most likely estimate is one of the three values. [/i] B. Standard estimate [i]Correct. 'Standard estimate' is not a PMBOK® Guide term. [/i] C. Optimistic estimate [i]Incorrect. The optimistic estimate is one of the three values. [/i] D. Pessimistic estimate [i]Incorrect. The pessimistic estimate is one of the three values. [/i] Reference: [i]Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK[sup]®[/sup] Guide)[/i] – Sixth Edition, Project Management Institute Inc., 2017, Page(s) 201[/quote]

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Which value is not used to calculate the estimated duration using three-point estimating techniques?

A. Most likely estimate
B. Standard estimate
C. Optimistic estimate
D. Pessimistic estimate

HINT: Look for the estimate that is not mentioned in the PMBOK® Guide.

All our questions are updated to the latest A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) standard. Stop by at free.pm-exam-simulator.com/ and try the PM Exam Simulator free for 7 days.

Most likely, optimistic, and pessimistic estimates are the three types of estimates used to define an approximate value and range for an activity's duration using three-point estimating techniques.

Details for each option:

A. Most likely estimate
Incorrect. The most likely estimate is one of the three values.

B. Standard estimate
Correct. 'Standard estimate' is not a PMBOK® Guide term.

C. Optimistic estimate
Incorrect. The optimistic estimate is one of the three values.

D. Pessimistic estimate
Incorrect. The pessimistic estimate is one of the three values.

Reference: Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition, Project Management Institute Inc., 2017, Page(s) 201

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