You really don't want to start seeding the site with "textbook" questions in the earliest days of the beta. That will set a very bad tone for the professional nature of this site.
Please read Asking the First Questions:
It has long been established that no question is too entry-level nor too basic. Everyone is welcome. But, in these earliest days, we are DESIGNING a site for experts. To attract experts, you need a site where people are asking very interesting and challenging questions, not the basic questions found on every other Q&A site. Remember, the pro sites WILL attract the enthusiasts, but not the other way around!
The earliest questions on a site will set the tone and topic of the site for a long time.
I am concerned that the questions on the PM Stack Exchange already lean heavily towards very broad, beginners' questions. That will not attract professional project managers. The early beta is supposed to establish the type of site you are building, and "textbook" questions do not reflect the actual content that we want this site to contain, and are not representative of it.
I just wrote a related post on this subject: Please avoid very broad, beginners' questions during the beta.
Those questions are okay for a thriving site. But please hold off on them for now. They will only hurt the long-term prospects for the site.