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ANSWER: B
This question can be tricky, especially if you have spent so much time studying that you have forgotten some good project management practices. A quick look at Rita's Process Chart in the PMP Exam Prep book might draw you to conclude that the FIRST thing would be to start planning. Wouldn't it be smart to make sure what you have in the initial project scope statement and project charter are clear and complete before moving on? This is why choice B is the best choice.
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