PMP Question 156

During a discussion with the quality department, a project manager was given to understand that both prevention and inspection meant the same as applied to projects. However, he had a different understanding of the terms. What would you comment on this situation?

A. The project manager is correct. Prevention is about keeping errors out of the process whereas inspection is about keeping errors out of the hands of the customer.
B. The project manager is correct. Inspection is about keeping errors out of the process whereas prevention is about keeping errors out of the hands of the customer.
C. The project manager is wrong. Both inspection and prevention are about keeping errors out of the hands of the customer. They are used in different contexts.
D. The project manager is wrong. Both inspection and prevention are about keeping errors out of the process. They are used in different contexts.

A. The project manager is correct. Prevention is about keeping errors out of the process whereas inspection is about keeping errors out of the hands of the customer.