PM WA 5 Alex Swenda

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Written Assignment 5 Alex Swenda MAN-435-OL009: Project Management Mentor: Mark Aglio
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WA 5 2 1. Define each of the following terms: (a) path, (b) activity, (c) early start, (d) early finish, (e) late start, (f) late finish, (g) forward pass (h) backward pass, (i) node, (j) AON, (k) float, (l) critical path, (m) PERT (a) path: the order of activities that defines the project network logic. (b) activity: tasks that need to be completed within a project. (c) early start: the earliest date which incomplete portions of an activity can be started. (d) early finish: the earliest date perceived that a scheduled activity will be completed. (e) late start: the latest date to which an activity must begin in order to avoid delaying a milestone. (f) late finish: the latest date that a scheduled activity must be completed. (g) forward pass: Calculations that determine the earliest start and earliest finish dates based upon working forward through activities in the network. (h) backward pass: Calculations of the late finish time on incomplete activities based upon working backwards through activities in the network. (i) node: a defining point in network logic that joins paths.
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