Describe the extent to which the Singaporean economy was affected by the 2008-9 global financial crisis

Describe the extent to which the Singaporean economy was affected by the 2008-9 global financial crisis, and the reasons for this.


Overall word limit 4,000 words


Should focused on:

1. How crisis starts?

2. Effects on Singapore?

Eg: what MAS did?

3. Why? Why MAS act so fast than other country?


4. Aftermath.

15BSB695 FSMI coursework 1 15BSB695 Financial Systems, Markets and Institutions Group Coursework GROUP TASK With explicit reference to the concepts and topics covered in your 15BSB695 lectures, describe the extent to which the Singaporean economy was affected by the 2008-9 global financial crisis, and the reasons for this. Overall word limit 4,000 words (see next page) 15BSB695 FSMI coursework 2 Coursework Notes: 1. This is a group assignment. Student groups (minimum 3 members, max. 5 members) should be chosen by students and advised to Christopher Spencer and David Tan by Friday 11th March 2016. 2. Each GROUP member will be awarded a mark based on the GROUP mark. 3. The report will count 25% towards your overall assessment in this module. 4. The report should be of a maximum 4,000 words. The word count excludes references and relevant appendix materials (maximum 10 pages) but includes tables, reference citations in the text, diagrams, contents pages and headings. Reports that are over-length will have marks deducted by 1% for every 100 words over the limit. There are no specific word limits on each part of this task as areas do overlap and a more integrated report is sought. 5. The report should be submitted via the Coursework box by 7pm on Friday 6th May 2016, together with a Group Coursework coversheet. 6. The assessment criteria noted in Appendix A will be used to mark this assessment and as a basis for feedback. 15BSB695 FSMI coursework 3 Appendix A 12BSB695 Group Coursework Assignment – Criteria for assessment In assessing the assignment the following equally weighted criteria will be used. The statements in the mark ranges are indicative. Criterion <40% 40-49% 50-59% 60-69% >70% Content Very basic detail, some inaccurate reporting of case. Little detail or explanation, general “headlines” without much supporting text. Reasonable level of detail. Some key points missed. Good level of detail and explanation. Most key points covered. Clear facts, very well explained, Good level of detail (not overboard) Use of models / concepts No basis in theory or accepted models. Basic use of theory, derived from lectures alone. Good use of theory, based largely on lectures Good use of relevant theories /models / concepts extending beyond the lecture notes. Excellent use of relevant theories and models, extending beyond the lecture notes. Evidence of Research No citations / references. Statements have no supporting evidence. Statements often not supported by evidence, few sources cited. Statements supported, some meaningful research undertaken. Good referencing, statements supported by evidence. Good sources used. Wide range of research. Excellent sources of data and references. Analysis / application No real analysis or application of theories. Descriptive, shallow, shows basic information without any analysis. Good attempt to analyse, or prioritise issues. Good attempt to analyse, or prioritise issues and to draw conclusions. Evidence of argument, analysis and discussion. Good conclusions drawn. Presentation of report Unstructured, messy, spelling and grammar mistakes Neat and tidy but with no real structure. Some spelling errors. Well presented with minimal errors. Room for improvement in structure. Well presented with a good attempt to structure. Good logical structure, neat and tidy. Good “signposts” (headers / footers / sub-headings)

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The following True/False and Multiple Choice questions cover the material introduced in Chapters 1-2; 4, 6, and 7-8. Each question is worth two (2) points. Please indicate (T) for True or (F) for False for the True/False Statements. For Multiple Choice, please select the letter that corresponds to the best response. There are 50 questions in this section. This section is worth 50 points.


  1. All but which of the following are examples of special courts in the federal system:

    a. U.S.TaxCourt

    b. U.S. Bankruptcy Court

    c. U.S.CourtofFederalClaims

    d. Pierce County Superior Court

    e. U.S.CourtofAppealsfortheArmedForces

  2. Which of the following statements IS NOT true as it relates to the authority of the U.S. Supreme Court?
    1. TheU.S.SupremeCourtisthefinalauthorityonallmattersoffederal jurisdiction.
    2. The primary function of the Supreme Court is one of review.
    3. The key element in the Supreme Court’s authority is that a federal issue must be at stake, either in the form of the parties (diversity

      jurisdiction) or in the constitutionality of a state or federal law.

    4. Every case may be submitted to the United States Supreme Court for


    5. Alloftheabovestatementsaretrue.
  3. Judicial review refers to the system by which each branch of government can use its specially designated powers to make sure the other branches act within their constitutionally prescribed limits.
  4. The principle of stare decisis precludes the court from correcting erroneous decisions that were previously issued.

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  1. The party responding to a civil action has the initial burden of proof.
  2. Equity law is the body of law developed by the courts that serves as precedent for the determination of later controversies.
  3. Quasi-in-rem jurisdiction refers to the ability of a court to exercise jurisdiction over a person involved in litigation in the state in which the court is situated.
  4. Subject matter jurisdiction refers to the authority of a particular court to hear a matter. If the court does not have proper subject matter jurisdiction, the judgment rendered is void.
  5. Where there is diversity of the parties and the amount in controversy exceeds $75,000, the plaintiff may file his action in state court and only upon agreement of the other party, can it be removed to federal court.

10.Under the due process clause, a Washington court may not assert personal jurisdiction over a person unless:

a. Thepersonisgivenadequatenotice

b. The person is given an opportunity to be heard

c. Thepersonhashad“minimumcontacts”withtheforumstate d. A,B,&C

e. A&B

11.The doctrine of preemption precludes states from making laws on matters for which another state has already created regulations.

12.Which of the following is a remedy that can be obtained from a court of

equity?a. Amaxim

b. Specific performance

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c. Moneydamages d. Staredecisis


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13.The necessary elements of actionable negligence are: duty to exercise reasonable care; breach of duty to exercise reasonable care; foreseeable damages proximately caused by breach of duty to exercise reasonable care; and damages.

14.An independent intervening cause is a defense to the tort of negligence, if it is an unforeseeable cause, rather than a foreseeable event.

15.Strict liability in tort imposes liability without requiring any proof of lack of due care.

16.Battery is the tort of intentionally causing fear or apprehension of offensive or harmful contact in another person.

17.Libel and slander are both forms of defamation. Libel is defamation expressed orally, while slander is defamation expressed in writing or pictorially.

18.A licensee is a person invited upon the land as a member of the public or for a business purpose.

19.A trespasser is a person who enters or remains upon the land of another without permission or privilege to do so. Such individuals are entitled the same standard of care as invitees.

20.Res Ispa Loquitor refers to the direct evidence that the defendant’s conduct caused the alleged harm.


21. Corporations may not be held criminally liable.

22. In the movie My Cousin Vinny, the officers appropriately advised the

defendants of their Miranda rights.

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23.If Gene mistakenly hits Audrey with his truck and kills her, when he intended to hit and kill Cerise, his intent to kill Cerise is transferred to Audrey, regardless of whether he even knew Audrey, for the purpose of fulfilling the mental element of the crime.

24.Driving under the influence is a crime while a person drives a vehicle under the influence of intoxicating liquor, marijuana, or any drug. A person is considered under the influence when the alcohol concentration is 0.02 or higher in his/her body within two hours of driving.

25.Misdemeanors are less serious crimes than felonies and punishable by a fine or imprisonment in a local jail.

26.The same conduct cannot be both a crime and a tort, which is a civil wrong. 27. Under the United States legal system, guilt is never presumed by the court.

28.The Fifth Amendment would protect a defendant from having to give blood samples to the prosecution since it would be a form of self-incrimination as interpreted by the courts.

29.Bill has had a problem with vandalism at his business, so he rigs up a spring gun at the entryway to his store, so that any after-hours intruder will be shot upon entry. Bill may legally use this deadly force to protect his business.

30. An officer may conduct a search of a person if that person looks suspicious.

31. The defendant must testify in a criminal proceeding.

32. The Fifth Amendment protects all individuals against unreasonable searches and seizures.

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33. The Sixth Amendment protects persons against self-incrimination, double jeopardy, and being charged with a capital offense except by grand jury indictment.

34.Which one of the following IS NOT true of a criminal case?

  1. Criminalcasesarebroughtbythegovernment,notbyanindividual.
  2. In a criminal case, the defendant is presumed guilty until proven


  3. Acriminalconvictionmayresultinjailandfines.
  4. A criminal case requires a higher burden of proof.

35.Which of the following constitutes computer crime?

a. Theftorvandalismofcomputerhardware,software,orsecrets. b. Distributing child pornography via computer.

c. Implantingamaliciouscode.

d. All of the above.

36. The fraudulent conversion of another’s property by one in lawful possession of it is:

a. robbery.

b. theft.

c. larceny.

d. embezzlement.

37. The defense of entrapment arises when:

b. a law enforcement official induces a person to commit a

crime the person was already thinking about committing. d. any person induces any other person to commit a crime

when the person induced would not ordinarily have done


f. a police officer or other government official or agent acts

to induce an individual to commit a crime when that

individual would not ordinarily have done so.

h. law enforcement officials act aggressively to prevent a


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38.Action taken by private citizens may constitute state action if the state has encouraged the challenged private action.

39. The federal government’s authority to govern economic matters flows from the Commerce Clause.

40.The Supreme Court has defined the scope of the Commerce Clause narrowly and, therefore, has restricted the powers of the federal government to regulate business.

41.The Commerce Clause allows the federal government to invalidate state laws that burden interstate commerce.

42.The First Amendment allows free speech in any and all circumstances.

43.The Minnesota Housing Authority plans to begin eminent domain proceedings to acquire 100 homes to rent to low-income persons. The Housing Authority wants to pay as little as possible for the homes so that it can acquire more homes in the future, but the homeowners insist they are entitled to the fair market value of the property. In a court hearing on the matter, the homeowners are likely to prevail.

44.The Wyeth v. Levine case illustrates the point that when Congress has not intended to displace all state legislation, nonconflicting state legislation is permitted.

45.The Bill of Rights restricts the power and authority of the federal government.

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46. “Commercial speech” includes:

  1. expressionsrelatedtotheeconomicinterestsofthespeaker

    and her audience.

  2. speech proposing commercial transactions.
  3. advertisementsforaservice.
  4. All of the above.

47.The main purpose of the Bill of Rights was to:

  1. enumerate all of the rights of U.S. citizens.
  2. list the powers of the federal government.
  3. provide for restrictions on the power of the federal


  4. provide limitations on the powers of individuals.

48.The states may enact legislation concerning a subject in which there is a federal statute if:

a. Congress has not clearly indicated that it intends to control that subject matter.

b. the states petition the Supreme Court for permission. c. the state legislation falls within the “necessary and

proper” clause.

d. the states reserve the right at the time the federal statute

is enacted.

49. All but which of the following classifications are deemed to be suspect classifications subject to the strict scrutiny analysis:

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  1. race
  2. national origin
  3. ethnicity
  4. legitimacy

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50. If a law falls under the rational basis test, which of the following statements are true:

  1. The state carries the burden of proof.
  2. The plaintiff carries the burden of proof.
  3. The regulation is presumed valid.
  4. The regulation is presumed to be invalid.
  5. A and C.
  6. B and C.


The following questions are designed to evaluate your APPLICA TION (CRITICAL READING AND ANALYSIS) of the legal principles as applied to various fact patterns and scenarios. Refer to each specific question for the associated point value. You may select any combination of questions to reach 50 points. Please be sure to clearly identify which question(s) to which you are responding. So for example, if you select “A,” please be sure to write “A” on your paper next to and/or at the beginning of your response.

A. John is not a resident of Washington State. In June of 2009, John was using his parent’s vacation home in Washington State and was involved in a vehicle accident with local resident Stacey. Stacey’s car was damaged and she was out of work for an extensive period of time. Stacey is seeking over $120,000 in damages. Stacey filed her action in King County District Court Court. More than 100 days later, Stacey had John served. At the time service was attempted, John’s neighbor was housesitting and appeared less than sober when he answered the door.

When John filed his response, he made a counter claim for $15,000 and sought to remove the case to federal court. John is raising a defense that is recognized under Idaho law, which his state of residence. Stacey’s cousin, outraged about the accident, is also bringing a suit against John. (Assume the Statute of Limitations is three years from the date of incident.)

Identify and address five (5) of the various legal/jurisdictional issues presented in this fact pattern. You must identify the issue presented (2 points); the legal principle/rule that governs this issue (1 point); and the specific facts relevant

to the issue identified (2 points). This question is worth 25 points.

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B. Glen noticed Miguel and his pregnant wife Jacki walking down the street and drove his car within inches of Miguel as a joke. Police and medics responded to the scene. Miguel wasn’t injured, but his wife suffered severe mental distress and needed to be hospitalized in order to save the pregnancy. About an hour before this incident, officers had cited and released Glen for driving under the influence. As police were escorting Glen into the back of the patrol car, Miguel approached with his fights waived angrily in the air and yelled, “I am going to get you. You better hope they keep you locked up this time.”

Prosecutors ultimately dropped the charges against Glen after evidentiary issues precluded them from successfully proceeding. When Miguel learned of this, he was outraged and started making phone calls to the local newspapers, asking them to do a story on Glen, who he characterized as a drunken murderer. Stacey, a new reporter, immediately jumped on the story and wrote a full three page spread based on the information she obtained from Miguel. After reading the article, Glen located an address for Miguel and Jackie and confronted Jackie as she was just arriving home. Jackie’s neighbor heard the commotion, as he was out walking his “pet bull,” who has freely roamed the neighborhood without incident for nearly five years. However, upon hearing Jackie scream at Glen, rushes over and bites him in the leg. The commotion has just about settled down, when another neighbor arrives with his shot gun and threatens to shot Glen. Law suits are filed.

Identify and address five (5) of the various tort issues presented in this fact pattern. You must identify: which party has a claim against whom (2 points); what legal claim the party has (2 points); the elements of the legal claim (2 points); the facts supporting the legal claim (2 points); and at least one potential defense (2 points). This question is worth 25 points.

C. Professor Tickle has been asked by Twlight Community College to attend a training in Eastern Washington. She has been provided with a state car for transportation. While in route, she visits a fellow professor who just retired from teaching at TCC. They have a glass of white wine. As she leaves this professor’s home and heads back to the freeway to continue on to the training, she is involved in an accident. As she was approaching the on ramp and entering the freeway, another vehicle, going 15 miles over the speed limit, raced passed her, and they

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collided. The other lane of travel had been clear such that the driver, even though he was speeding, could have simply changed lanes. Professor Tickle is later fired and after several unsuccessful attempts to obtain employment, she contacts a private investigator.

The private investigator suspects that her former employer may not be providing a good reference and contacts TCC disguided as a potential employer seeking a recommendation for Professor Tickle. He is informed that Professor Tickle was fired because she was a “lazy” employee is “drank too much.” The employee also suggests that Professor Tickle might be having a nervous breakdown because her husband and her five cats ran away. He’d happened to overhear her making an appointment to see a therapist. Outraged upon hearing this information from, Professor Tickle speeds to this employee’s home, where she confronts him at his front door. When he attempts to move past her to leave his home for work, Professor Tickle blocks his path.

The employee’s neighbor is out walking his pit bull. His dog has only bitten one person in the past and it was only because the person was unknown to him. He knows everyone who visits the neighborhood and since no one is home today, he had decided to walk his dog. The dog is running ahead of him, seeings Professor Tickle and immediately launches at her. Another neighbor, just arriving home sees the attack that has left Professor Tickle with nasty bite to her left leg and a few scratches.

In an effort to help, she immediately drags Professor Tickle in the back of her vehicle, bumping her head. She then speeds off to the nearest hospital. While in route, she takes a phone call which requires her look down and when she looks up, she has to come to an abrupt stop which causes Professor Tickle to bang her head on the back of the seat, resulting in a cut to her forehead.

Identify and address ten (10) of the various issues presented in this fact pattern. You must identify 1) Which party has what claim 2) against whom; 3) the elements of the legal claim/defense; 4) the facts supporting the legal claim; and 5) a potential defense. This question is worth 50 points.


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Performing Effective Project Monitoring and Risk Management

Imagine that you are employed as an IT project manager by a prestigious coffeemaker organization. This organization operates many coffee shops within the region and would like to promote its brand by creating a mobile application that will provide its customers with the ability to view the nearest coffee shop location within their geographical area.


As a member of the software development team, you estimate a total project cost of $150,000. You have designated control points to measure project progress. At control point 2, the following data is available:


Budget Cost of Work Performed $ 24,000
Actual Cost of Work Performed $ 27,500


There are various stakeholders that are interested in the progress of the project. These stakeholders include the marketing management team (internal customers), software designers, programmers, testers, and upper management. The software development team has attempted to release a mobile application of this magnitude in the past; however, lack of sponsorship, mobile development expertise, and technical infrastructure has limited the team’s success.


Write a four to six (4-6) page paper in which you:

  1. Identify at least four (4) attributes of the mobile application development project that can be measured and controlled and evaluate how each is a critical factor for the success of the project.
  2. Generate a project plan summary of the various project milestones. Develop a WBS that details work packages required to complete project scope.
  3. Develop a workflow model that can be used to inspect and detect defects during the acceptance of this mobile product through the use of graphical tools in Microsoft Word or Visio, or an open source alternative such as Dia. Note: The graphically depicted solution is not included in the required page length.
  4. Describe how the defects detected during the acceptance of the mobile application should be reported and explain the circumstances in which a defect may not require reporting.
  5. Analyze the communication needs of the different project stakeholders. Explain the types of project status reports that would be useful to each.
  6. Compute the cost variance, schedule variance, cost performance index, schedule performance index, and estimated actual cost using the information presented at control point 2. Interpret the project schedule and budget status from the calculations.
  7. Explain how work package, binary tracking, and earned valued reporting can be used effectively during the maintenance phase of the software life cycle if various change requests may be assigned to individuals and processed on an individual basis.
  8. Develop a risk register that will document all of the estimated risks. Assign one (1) risk management technique for each risk and explain the basis for your selection.
  9. Use at least three (3) quality resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and similar Websites do not qualify as quality resources.


Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

  • Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
  • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.
  • Include charts or diagrams created in Visio or Dia. The completed diagrams / charts must be imported into the Word document before the paper is submitted.


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Individual Client Health History and Examination (A Direct Care Experience)

n this assignment, you will be completing a health assessment on an older adult. To complete this assignment, do the following:

1.Perform a health history on an older adult. Students who do not work in an acute setting may “practice” these skills with a patient, community member, neighbor, friend, colleague, or loved one. (If an older individual is not available, you may choose a younger individual).

2.Complete a physical examination of the client using the “Individual Health History and Examination Assignment” resource. Use the “Functional Health Pattern Assessment” resource as a guideline to assist you in completing the template.

3.Document findings of complete physical examination in Situation-Background-Assessment-Recommendation (SBAR) format. Refer to the sample SBAR Template located on the National Nurse Leadership Council website at as a guide.

4.Document the findings of the physical examination in the assessment worksheet.

5.Using the “Individual Health History and Examination Assignment” resource, provide the physical examination findings summary with planned interventions for the client. Include any community services in the interventions.

APA format is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.

This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.


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Debate about issues related to stress and coping.


Merely giving your opinion in your initial response and subsequent responses to classmates will be sufficient. YOU MUST CITE SPECIFIC RESEARCH STUDIES TO SUPPORT YOUR POSITION, GIVING A COMPLETE APA FORMAT BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION.

The debate this statement…………“Problem-focused coping is more effective and appropriate than emotion-focused problems, regardless of the situation.”

>>>>>You will take the nay/no (or against) position on this issue>>>>>>>



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Composition: Speculating about Causes and Proposing Solutions for Homelessness in America

Explore the topic What Would It Take to Combat Homelessness in America, at leastone of its causes, and a potential solution. Provide proof that this problem exists and has potential to be solved.

Begin by stating a thesis that defines the problem, identifies and evaluates at least one aspect of the cause, and offers one potential solution. These three points—problem, cause, and solution—will be used as level I headings for the major parts of the body content.

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Abnormal Behavior

  • Construct a diagnosis for the case “Depression in a Native American Elder” described on page 10 of your text.
  • Be sure to fully justify the diagnosis with appropriate references to the Learning Resources, and include necessary descriptors.
  • Explain any additional information that might be significant to the assessment, treatment, and welfare of this client.

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Managing a Telecom Project

Due to your extensive ability and knowledge of project management, you have been promoted as a senior project manager for a national telecom organization. For this role, you will be responsible in managing the launch of a new telecom service that will attract new customers. This project will require:
  • Updating cloud-based systems that interface with customers. This effort requires programmers to update databases and Web interfaces that will include new telecom service details.
  • Performing billing configurations to financial information systems. This effort includes modifying the back-end programs that calculate billing and financial reports data and include new telecom service rates.
  • Providing training on the new service for the company’s customer service staff. This effort includes developing an online training manual, conducting training for customer service staff, and updating an internal Website with a Frequently Asked Questions section for new telecom service.
Your job is to assist in the development of each described deliverable.
Your team is composed of three (3) Web-based developers, one (1) database manager, one (1) network specialist, two (2) technical trainers, and one (1) technical writer. They are devoted to operational management duties 30% of the time. One of the Web-based developers has recently joined the team and has minimal experience with configuring cloud-based systems.
The service product launch must be completed within six (6) months. Upper management is available to supply the necessary funding required to complete this project.
Section 1: Written Project Plan 
Write a ten to twelve (10-12) page paper in which you:
  1. Select a project management framework / methodology that could be used to develop this project and ensure that project objectives are met. Provide the rationale for your selection.
  2. Evaluate the possibility of using agile project management for any deliverables of the project.
  3. Develop a WBS that meets the project scope. Provide details at the activity level for the efforts required to achieve each deliverable. Note: WBS must be in indented format as shown in Figure 5.5B in Chapter 5 of the text.
  4. List all possible resources that would be required for completing this project. Assign resources to each activity. Describe each resource’s role and the level of experience each activity would require.
  5. Utilize estimation techniques to generate estimates of costs, resources, and durations for each activity. Determine the constraints that must be observed and the basis for each estimate.
  6. Determine the monitoring and control process that will be utilized for the project. Include discussion on how you would perform earned value analysis to provide details on project status. Determine the values that could be utilized to calculate planned costs, actual costs, and earned value.
  7. Develop a quality management plan that will minimize defects for project deliverables. Determine the frequency and metrics that will be utilized for inspections.
  8. Determine the techniques that could be used to enumerate the various risks that may exist within the project. Recommend risk management practices that will mitigate ongoing risks throughout the project.
  9. Use at least six (6) quality resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and similar Websites do not qualify as quality resources.
Section 1 of your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:
  • Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
  • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.
  • Include charts or diagrams created in Excel, Visio, MS Project, or one of their equivalents such as Open Project, Dia, and OpenOffice. The completed diagrams/charts must be imported into the Word document before the paper is submitted.
Section 2: Gantt Chart
Use Microsoft project to create a Gantt chart in which you:
  1. Record the data generated from the estimation process.
  2. Describe your assumptions and declare the dependencies for the logical succession of each activity.

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