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PMP®:CAPM® Terms - Other names

"What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet".
The above line is from Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet. 

Many of us have have more than one name. Names given by parents,family members,friends,colleagues etc. Though our names belong to us, they are used a lot by others. 
Names are important to us as they give identity,they show love, they show friendship (Nick names).  
Of course names are important for any PMP® or CAPM® aspirants also. Not only the names of the concepts,diagrams,tools,inputs,outputs,methodologies etc., the knowledge of the other names of them will be helpful. You may expect questions based on the other names. 

Consider a sample question given below.
Which of the following is not used for analyzing the causes of problems. 
A.Cause and Effect Diagram
B.Fishbone Diagram
C.Ishikawa Diagram
D.Control Chart

The answer is D.Control Chart. Fishbone Diagram and Ishikawa Diagram are other names of Cause and Effect Diagram.