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Question 1: This use of "project" changed in the 1950s[citation needed] with the introduction of several techniques for ________.
Function modelProject managementSystems engineeringRequirements analysis

Question 2: That is, companies with license to carry out such works as design and construction of ________, power plants, industrial facilities, installation and erection of electrical grid networks, transportation infrastructure and the like.

Question 3: In ________ a project consists of a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service or result.
Requirements analysisFunction modelSystems engineeringProject management

Question 4: Polaris missile project: an ________ control-system
Anti-ballistic missileAir-to-air missileBallistic missileIntercontinental ballistic missile

Question 5: The scope of the project is specified on a ________ between the owner and the engineering and construction parties.
ContractShariaDuressDelegation (law)

Question 6: Contemporary Western ________ — characterized by a modern matrix organization and a cooperative culture — currently particularly favors project-based approaches.
BusinessCorporationCorporate lawCompanies law

Question 7: A project in ________ and science is a collaborative enterprise, frequently involving research or design, that is carefully planned to achieve a particular aim.
Corporate lawBusinessCorporationCompanies law

Question 8: The written report that comes from the project is usually in the form of a ________, which will contain sections on the project's inception, methods of inquiry, analysis, findings and conclusions.
ProfessorDoctoratePortugalThesis or dissertation

Question 9: Engineering projects are, in many countries, specifically defined by legislation, which requires that such projects should be carried out by registered ________ and/or registered engineering companies.
EngineerAerospace engineeringMechanical engineeringElectrical engineering

Question 10: ________, which landed humans on the moon
Space ShuttleSpace RaceApollo programNASA

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