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Question # 4

During the sprint review the project is assessed against the ____________

A.

Sprint goal

B.

Sprint Planning

C.

Sprint review

D.

Sprint retrospective

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Question # 5

Which of the following are artifacts associated with Scrum?

A.

Product specification

B.

Effort chart

C.

Sprint backlog

D.

Product owner list

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Question # 6

Which of the following is not a Product Owner responsibility?

A.

Running the daily scrum meeting;

B.

Executando a reunião diária scrum ;

C.

Running the daily scrum meeting

D.

Gathering requirements for Product Backlog items

E.

Inspecting work at Sprint Review

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Question # 7

What is the maximum duration of each Sprint planning meeting section?

A.

1 hour

B.

30 minutes

C.

4 hours

D.

2 hours

E.

15 minutes

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Question # 8

________________ constitute the Sprint Backlog and are often estimated in hours.

A.

Stories

B.

Use Cases

C.

Features

D.

Tasks

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Question # 9

How many principles form the foundation of the Manifesto for Agile Software Development?

A.

10

B.

9

C.

12

D.

15

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Question # 10

Who determines whether the development team has been assigned enough work in a Sprint?

A.

The Development Team

B.

The Product Owner

C.

The Product Owner and the Scrum Master

D.

The Scrum Master

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Question # 11

What is the maximum time that Scrum recommends the team spend in the daily scrum (daily standup)?

A.

Fifteen minutes

B.

Thirty minutes

C.

One hour

D.

Four hours

E.

As long as it takes

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Question # 12

Which of the following statements best describes Product Backlog items?

A.

Undefined or poorly defined Product Backlog items should be placed on the Product Backlog with a low priority

B.

All Product Backlog items are the result of a(n) analysis, requirements and/or design phase(s).

C.

Undefined or poorly defined Product Backlog items should be kept out from the Product Backlog until sufficient detail is known.

D.

Every Product Backlog item, whether low priority or high priority, should possess sufficient detail for the Team to complete in a Sprint.

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Question # 13

When many Scrum Teams are working on the same product, should all of their increments be integrated every Sprint?

A.

No, that is far too hard

B.

No, each Scrum Team stands alone

C.

Yes, but only the Scrum's Teams whose work has dependencies

D.

Yes, otherwise Product Owners may not be able to inspect what is done accurately

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Question # 14

You are the Scrum Master. The Sprint will complete in two days. Each day of the Sprint is equivalent to 8 hours. The team has just enough time to complete all tasks in the remaining 16 hours with the exception of three tasks. Of these three tasks, two tasks (a total of 6 hours) are required to complete one Product Backlog item and one task (an estimate of 2 hours) is required to complete another Product Backlog item. How should the development team handle the remaining three tasks?

A.

The development team should negotiate with the Product Owner on the definition of "done".

B.

The development team should work the extra 8 hours to complete their commitment to the Product Owner

C.

The development team should place the two Product Backlog items back onto the Product Backlog

D.

The development team should keep the three tasks on the Sprint Backlog for the next Sprint and complete those tasks first

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Question # 15

A _____________________ is created during the first half of the Sprint planning meeting and a

_________________ is created during the second half of the Sprint planning meeting?

A.

Sprint Backlog, collection of tasks

B.

Product Backlog, collection of tasks

C.

Sprint Goal, Sprint Backlog

D.

Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog

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Question # 16

What are the four stages of team development?

A.

Forming. Storming. Norming. Performing

B.

Low. Medium. High

C.

Developing. Shaping. Finishing

D.

Gathering. Building. Developing. Educating

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Question # 17

A classification for any development methodology based on iterative and incremental development, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams is called:

A.

Scrum

B.

Application Development

C.

Waterfall Development

D.

Agile Development

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