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2 months 1 day ago #29509

Alonso Mena

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Could you explain why in MsProject, EV is equal to AC and you can not modify the AC?
2 years 4 months ago #20432

Anonymous

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This helped out a lot thank you!
2 years 5 months ago #20067

Chetan

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the way you clarified that the EV is the value earned in the project and cost we put to earn it is the actual cost... clarified it all.

thanks
2 years 6 months ago #19796

Anonymous

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if earned value is greater than planned value cost so in this case , is there a concern ?
2 years 9 months ago #18828

Crystal

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Thank you for this thread! I was struggling with the same thought process and take the exam this afternoon. This really cleared up the confusion!

Crystal
3 years 2 months ago #17462

Anonymous

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Khurram, I have an exercise which states: a very small project has total BAC (budget at completion) value of USD100,000 and duration estimate of 5 weeks. After 2nd week of completion in the project, the project is 38% complete. According to the schedule, the project should be 48% completed. Draw the S-Curve and show PV, EV, and AC. I do not have cost incurred to date.
Thanks,
Luis

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