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Which of these describe groups or pairs of projects where you can accept one but not all? a. Mutually exclusive. b. Normal. c. Independent. d. Contingent.


Mutually exclusive.

  • List out the different options and their definitions. A: a. Mutually exclusive - Projects that cannot be done at the same time. b. Normal - Projects that can be done independently. c. Independent - Projects that do not affect each other's outcome. d. Contingent - Projects that need to be done together.
  • Identify the answer we are looking for. A: Mutually exclusive.
  • Explain the answer. A: Mutually exclusive projects are those that cannot be done at the same time, so choosing one means that the other options are not possible. This is different from independent projects where all projects can be accepted, and contingent projects where projects must be accepted together.