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Which of the following project management processes is not included in the Monitoring & Controlling process group?
A. Control Scope
B. Perform Integrated Change Control
C. Control Quality
D. Perform Quality Assurance
HINT: Perform Quality Assurance is a process of quality auditing.
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Answer and Explanation:
The correct answer is D.
The Perform Quality Assurance process belongs to the Executing process group.