A finish-to-start logical relationship is one in which is successor activity cannot start until a predecessor activity has finished. This logical relationship is the most common and is often the default.
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You are using the precedence diagramming method to sequence the project schedule activities in your activity list. Of the following logical relationships between project activities, which is the most common?
A. Finish to finish
B. Finish to start
C. Start to start
D. Start to finish
Hint: By default, no project activities overlap, and each task must be completed before the next one can begin.