## Oliver 175 - 82nd Question

jyotimayank
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### Oliver 175 - 82nd Question

Question 82

A project was budgeted at \$1,000,000. Meanwhile, the project is executed, and the following current figures have been assessed:
PV: \$500,000
EV: \$450,000
AC: \$550,000
Assuming that the cost variance was caused by one-time cost drivers, which are no more effective, what estimate at completion (EaC) can you derive from these figures?
A. \$900,000
B. \$1,000,000
C. \$1,100,000
D. \$1,222,222
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### Re: Oliver 175 - 82nd Question

Using , EAC = AC+(BAC-EV) .. One time Variation..
EAC=550000 + (1000000-450000)
=550000+550000
=11000000
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### Re: Oliver 175 - 82nd Question

Hi Manish,

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### Re: Oliver 175 - 82nd Question

Br,
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