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Posted 04 January 2014 - 10:39 PM

The following PMP® exam sample question is taken from the Free PMP Exam Simulator (The answer is at the very bottom):

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You are currently involved in the pre-sales of a telecommunications project. You are an employee of a telecommunications equipment vendor company that also provides telecom site selection, construction, equipment installation, site integration, and post-implementation support services. Your customer is negotiating a very aggressive project deadline. However, you know that the equipment ordering needs to be done at least a couple of months in advance. This means that you need to place the equipment order at least a couple of months before your planned project rollout. This dependency is an example of which of the following?

A) Preferred Logic
B) Preferential Logic
C) Hard Logic
D) Soft Logic

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Hint: The scenario refers to a dependency that is inherent in the nature of the work.
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Cornelius Fichtner, PMP
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Answer and Explanation:
The Correct Answer is C. The scenario refers to a dependency that is inherent in the nature of the work. Mandatory dependencies are those that are contractually required or inherent in the nature of the work. Mandatory dependencies are also sometimes referred to as Hard Logic. Conversely, Preferred Logic, Preferential Logic, and Soft Logic are synonyms for the discretionary dependency.
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