BAC=500, PV=325, AC=275, CPI=0.9, EV=250

You are using actual cost to date and assuming ETC using budgeted rate. VAC tell you which of the following-

25

-52

52

25

?

## Calculate VAC

### Re: Calculate VAC

Here , EAC = AC + BAC - EV

= 275 + 500 - 250

= 525

So , VAC = BAC - EAC

= 500 -525

= - 25

Option # A , i.e, -25

= 275 + 500 - 250

= 525

So , VAC = BAC - EAC

= 500 -525

= - 25

Option # A , i.e, -25

Regards ,

Ranjit

Ranjit

### Re: Calculate VAC

Sud, what is the source of this question

I suppose here the second line is defining a bit on using BAC-EV as ETC...So explanation given below should be fine

I suppose here the second line is defining a bit on using BAC-EV as ETC...So explanation given below should be fine

### Re: Calculate VAC

i do not understand, how the second phrase is leading to current variances that are thought to be atypical of the future.

If you can please detail ...

If you can please detail ...

### Re: Calculate VAC

Here, rather than giving scenario, its openly mentioned to use Budgeted rate for ETC

You are using actual cost to date and assuming ETC using budgeted rate

### Re: Calculate VAC

thanks for the answer Namita.

For me it is not very clear what " Budgeted rate" means .... i'am not familiar with this terminology.

To my mind it was " a rate that was budgeted from the begging,that has no variances from start to end.

Can u please re-direct me to some material, where i can read more about this ?

For me it is not very clear what " Budgeted rate" means .... i'am not familiar with this terminology.

To my mind it was " a rate that was budgeted from the begging,that has no variances from start to end.

Can u please re-direct me to some material, where i can read more about this ?

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