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3. Network diagram : Activity i-j, Name of Activity example ( Enter your problem )
  1. Example-1
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2. Network diagram : Activity i-j
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1. Example-1



1. Draw Network diagram
1-2A
2-3B
2-4C
3-4d
3-6D
4-5E
5-6F
6-7G
7-8H


Solution:
The given problem is
ActivityActivity
1-2A
2-3B
2-4C
3-4d
3-6D
4-5E
5-6F
6-7G
7-8H


Edge and it's preceded and succeeded node
EdgeNode1 `->` Node2
A1`->`2
B2`->`3
C2`->`4
d3`->`4
D3`->`6
E4`->`5
F5`->`6
G6`->`7
H7`->`8



The network diagram for the project is
 B `B : 2->3`
3
 D `D : 3->6`
6
 G `G : 6->7`
7
 H `H : 7->8`
8
1
 A `A : 1->2`
2
 d `d : 3->4`
 F `F : 5->6`
 C `C : 2->4`
4
 E `E : 4->5`
5



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2. Network diagram : Activity i-j
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4. Critical path, Total float, Free float, Independent float : Activity, Predecessors, Duration
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