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Journey Ellison Problem 9.1 a) Activity Predecessors A none B A C B D B E C, D F C, D G E, F H D, G 0) b) The network activity can be solved as shown in Figure 9.26. The merge points in the network are activities E, G, an H. The burst activities are ac- tivities B, C, and D. Problem 9.2 (2+4x4+12)/6 (2+16+12)/6 30/6 Answer: 5 days Problem 9.3 (24+4x48+68)/6 (24+192+68)/6 284/6 Answer: 142 days Discussion 10.1 Lag is a modification of a logical relationship that directs a delay in the suc- cessor activity. The most common type of logical sequencing between tasks is the finish to start relationship. Finish to finish relationship require that two linked activities share a similar completions point. Start to start lags are be- coming increasingly used as a means to accelerate projects through fast- tracking. The least common type of lag relationship is the start to finish when a successor s finish is dependent upon a predecessor s start.
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  • Spring '14
  • VictoriaM.McCarthy
  • Project Management, project manager, Gantt charts, project schedule baseline, similar completions point

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