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Suppose you are working on a project with an original scope of a few months and you are told that you instead now have a few days -- how would you handle it?
Assuming the scope reduction is feasible, I would toss out everything except the highest priority deliverable.
As long as the project is on track and I am in day >55, I'd say; " No issue."
I would say evaluate the overall impacts and risks then communicate it with your sponsor (customer). Let he/she to decide then document it.
They asked a question that was somewhat confusing at the time but made a lot of sense later. They asked how I would deal with monitoring the work done by payroll administrators even as I was not their supervisor but was still responsible for the accuracy and quality of their work. Ironically, this question rang in my ears for a long time--it was definitely a dilemma.
Q2: A pnp transistor with its base connected to a voltage source, the V source is connected to a +10V source. The emitter of the transistor is connected to a resistance, and then to the same +10V source. The collector side is connected to a capacitor, which is not charged at t=0-. Given the graph of Vsource = 10 V stepping up at t = 0 to further, draw the graph of Vout. Vout is between the point of collector and capacitor.
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