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The assumption in PERT is

A. A project will always be behind schedule, if left uncorrected

B. Cost of project will always be more than the estimated cost, if no timely corrections are taken

C. A project can be subdivided into a set of predictable, independent activities

D. Activities are fixed and can't be changed

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