Reply: Duration question

Name
E-mail
Your e-mail address will never be displayed on the site.
Subject
Message

Topic History of : Duration question

Max. showing the last 6 posts - (Last post first)
1 year 7 months ago #13365

Tracy Shagnea, PMP

Tracy Shagnea, PMP's Avatar

Rosa,

I don't see the attachment you referenced in your latest post.

Tracy
1 year 7 months ago #13364

Rosa Baumgarten

Rosa Baumgarten's Avatar

Sorry I attached the wrong diagram. The question came from Oliver Lehman's 75 free sample questions # 31. His answer is 37 days. I have attached the right diagram. Thank you for your explanation.
1 year 7 months ago #13359

Anonymous

's Avatar

In ref to 1st post, when activities have FF relationship we need to consider larger duration due to overlapping each other: Activity 1 (20 d)+ Activity 2 (10-2 =8 d+3 )+ Activity 4 (6 d) = 37 days.

In ref to the attached PDF, the correct answer is "B".
Thanks,

Mahabub
1 year 7 months ago #13246

Rosa Baumgarten

Rosa Baumgarten's Avatar

I have attached a PDF of the diagram to help with the question.

Thank you
Attachments:
1 year 8 months ago #13175

Steven Mudrinich, PMP

Steven Mudrinich, PMP's Avatar

Rosa,

I suspect you haven't received an answer yet because your question is a little difficult to comprehend. Can you display the schedule problem as a graphic? This would help us better visualize it and work out a solution for you. Thanks!

- Steven
1 year 8 months ago #13130

Rosa Baumgarten

Rosa Baumgarten's Avatar

Can someone help explain the correct answer ?

Activity 1 has a duration of 20 days, activity 2 of 10 days, activity 3 of 5 days and activity 4 of 6 days.

with the following path

MILSTONE A --FS-- -ACTIVITY 1 ---FS ---ACTIVITY 2 ----FF-2days
ACTIVITY 3---FS +3 days
ACTIVITY 4----FS----MILESTONE B

What is the minimum total duration between the milestones A and B?



36 days
37 days
39 days
42 days

Why is the answer 37 days?

OSP INTERNATIONAL LLC
OSP INTERNATIONAL LLC
Training for Project Management Professional (PMP)®, PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)®, and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®

Login