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EVM question

Postby nirajsys@gmail.com Mon Sep 04, 2017 2:07 am

EVM question...

On your current project, EV = $45,000, AC = $50,000, PV = $40,000. What is the schedule variance as a percentage of the work accomplished at this point in time?
-90%
+90.5%
-85%
+88.8%

SV = 45000-40000=5000.
How do we derive the worked accomplished at this point in time?

Basis SV,option 1& 3 are ruled out.
I am confused between option 2 & 4.

Pls advise on the logic.

Regards,
Niraj.
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Re: EVM question

Postby manishpn Mon Sep 04, 2017 1:28 pm

nirajsys@gmail.com wrote:EVM question...

On your current project, EV = $45,000, AC = $50,000, PV = $40,000. What is the schedule variance as a percentage of the work accomplished at this point in time?
-90%
+90.5%
-85%
+88.8%

SV = 45000-40000=5000.
How do we derive the worked accomplished at this point in time?

Basis SV,option 1& 3 are ruled out.
I am confused between option 2 & 4.

Pls advise on the logic.

Regards,
Niraj.

What is the schedule variance as a percentage of the work accomplished at this point in time?
so you need to calculate SV as % of EV
now attempt the question
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