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9.Answer B.Calculating the duration of the critical path is done by first building thePrecedence Diagram. Once that is done, enter the task durations and complete the forwardand backward pass by evaluating the differences between the late and early start or the lateand early finish. The longest chain of dependent tasks with zero slack or float is the criticalpath.This project duration is 63.10.Answer C.Task C has slack or float of 1. By definition, any task or deliverable with floatgreater than zero is not on the critical path.11.Answer A.Task F has slack or float of 1. By definition, any task or deliverable with floatgreater than zero is not on the critical path.
Chapter 6 — Schedule ManagementCAPM Exam Preparation Student Guide v.10.0©2018 Looking Glass DevelopmentPage 18416.Answer A.Calculating the duration of the critical path is done by first building thePrecedence Diagram. Once that is done, enter the task durations and complete the forwardand backward pass by evaluating the differences between the late and early start or the lateand early finish. The longest chain of dependent tasks with zero slack or float is the criticalpath.This project’s duration is 38.17.Answer B.Calculating the critical path is done by first building the Precedence Diagram.Once that is done, enter the task durations and complete the forward and backward pass byevaluating the differences between the late and early start or the late and early finish. Thelongest chain of dependent tasks with zero slack or float is the critical path.This project’sCritical Path is 1, 3, 5, 6, 9.

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