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13443vk.vaishnani ketankumar.HW4.CS521E

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13443vk.vaishnani ketankumar.HW1.CS521E.docx Assignment - 4 Gantt chart for Healthcare system
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13443vk.vaishnani ketankumar.HW1.CS521E.docx Float/Slack Analysis Project float, also known lack, is the amount of time by which a given task with in a project can
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13443vk.vaishnani ketankumar.HW1.CS521E.docx be delayed be for pacts the deadline for the project. Float (slack) is amount of time task can be delayed without causing a delay to: Subsequent tasks. Project completion date. Project managers and developer project float time to schedule the specific timing of tasks as well as the time frames for making decisions to be sure that projects come in on time. Total float is the span of time between the target end dates of the last task on the critical path and the target date for project completion. Free float is the time an individual task can be delayed be for the task that follow, defined as The difference between the task’s earliest and latest possible finish dates. ActivityIdentitybox To calculate float of the activities in project, we have to find firstLF andEF. Float of an activity=LF–EF. Below tables how the activity, time to complete it and its dependency for above Health Care system.
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