Why is it different from the number in cell k27?

Review all of the inputs and formulas and compare them to the definitions you find in the chapters that you read this week. Respond to the following questions:
How would you prepare to manage this conflict using each of the guidelines from the chapters that you read this week as the objective of your proposed action or proposed readiness (an action you will take if needed)?
What is the difference between the red and blue definitions in column A? Which are used in the remainder of the workbook?
What is the meaning of the PV numbers in cells F3:F8?
What is the meaning of the PV numbers for Task C shown in cells J5:M5?
Distinguish between the numbers in row 9 and those in row 10? What is the significance (and definition) of the number shown in R10?
How was the number in cell J27 calculated. Describe in words exactly what transpired in the task to cause this number to be reported. Is it an input or an output?
How was the number in cell K37 calculated. Describe in words exactly what transpired in the task to cause this number to be reported. Is it an input or an output? Why is it different from the number in cell K27?
Summarize the status of the cost performance (using Cost Variance) for each task at the conclusion of Period 6.
Summarize the status of the schedule performance (using Schedule Variance) for each task at the conclusion of Period 6.
Describe the meaning of the cumulative CPI (cell M69) and SPI (cell M87) at the conclusion of Period 6.
What if the meaning of the cumulative EAC (cell M105) at the conclusion of Period 6?
What is the project VAC at the end of Period 6?
Look at the Performance Chart tab of the workbook. As of period 6, is Actual Cost more or less than Earned Value? Is this good or bad? What is the ideal appearance of the charted values displayed?

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