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TOPIC: Open ended activity ("dangle")

Open ended activity ("dangle") 3 years 5 months ago #16358

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Hi,

Could you please explain the attached question with diagram, and the concept of Open ended activity ("dangle") . Correct answer is (A).
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Julia
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Open ended activity ("dangle") 1 year 7 months ago #24637

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Dangling activities (also known as dangles) are loosely-tied activities in project schedules. They are activities with either open start dates or open end dates. All activities, except the first activity of a network, need to have a predecessor; otherwise, they will have open start dates.

Open ended activity ("dangle") 1 year 6 months ago #25544

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Activity F will start when activity E has reached 40% but there is no incentive of finishing activity E as there is nothing attached to its completion. The relationship is for its 40% completion so that activity might be get lost.
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