# Assignment: Activity Network Diagram Objective:Create an activity ...

## Question

Assignment: Activity Network Diagram
Objective:Create an activity network diagram using activity on node (AON), a Precedence Diagramming Method (PDM).
Assignment:
1.Using the following set of activities, create an activity network diagram using AON:
Activity          Duration in Days               Predecessor
A                            1
B                            2                                       A
C                            3                                       A
D                            4                                       A
E                            2                                       B
F                            3                                     C,D
G                            1                                       E,F
2.Complete a forward pass to calculate the early finish (EF) and early start (ES) dates for each activity.
3.Complete a backward passto calculate the late finish(LF)and late start(LS) dates for each activity. Tip:When completing a backward pass, take the lowest LS date when converging from multiple paths.
4.Calculate the total float(TF)for each activity.
5.Identify the critical path.

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