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Agile Project Management Week 3 All Practice Quiz Answer

Week 3 Practice Quiz 1
Test your knowledge: The Product Backlog

Question 1) Which Scrum Role is primarily responsible for owning and updating the Product Backlog?

  • High-Influence Stakeholder
  • Scrum Master
  • Product Owner
  • Development Team


Question 2)
Which of the following are key characteristics of a Product Backlog? Select all that apply.

  • It is owned and adjusted by the entire team.
  • It is rarely updated.
  • It is a living artifact. 
  • It is a prioritized list of features.


Question 3)
What long-term objective for the Scrum Team is included in the Product Backlog? 

  • Product Goal
  • Product Owner
  • Product requirements document
  • Sprint Goal


Question 4)
When building a Product Backlog, you include how much effort the Developers state it will take to finish an item. You should capture this information in which Backlog item attribute?

  • Item value field
  • Item order
  • Item description 
  • Item estimate


Question 5)
When building a Product Backlog, you compare the importance of each Backlog item to the other Backlog items. This helps you rank and organize the Backlog items from highest to lowest priority. You should capture this information in which Backlog item attribute? 

  • Item order
  • Item value
  • Item effort estimate
  • Item description

Week 3 Practice Quiz 1
Test your knowledge: The Sprint

Question 1)
Which of the following are included in a Sprint’s set of events? Select all that apply.
  • Sprint Retrospective
  • Sprint Review
  • Daily Scrum
  • Sprint Closing
  • Sprint Planning 
Question 2)
What are the benefits of timeboxes? Select all that apply.
  • They enable the team to visually understand the work.
  • They create a sense of urgency to drive prioritization.
  • They help the team develop a predictable rhythm to their work.
  • They provide a window of focus to improve productivity.
Question 3)
How long is a typical Sprint’s timebox?
  • Between one and three days
  • Between one and four weeks
  • Between two and three months
Question 4)
Which of the following factors should you consider when setting the length of a Sprint’s timebox? Select all that apply.
  • The likelihood that the project will go over budget
  • The expected frequency of changes
  • How much focused time the solution Developers need to build a Backlog item
  • How much overhead—such as testing and review—goes into the delivery of the product