Dummy activity in a PERT network allows us to
a- Specify the positive time and resources required to complete the activity.
b- maintain the precedence relationships.
c- add more starting nodes.
d- add more ending nodes.
Program evaluation and review technique (PERT) is a technique adopted by organizations to analyze and represent the activity in a project, and to illustrate the flow of events in a project. PERT is a method to evaluate and estimate the time required to complete a task within deadlines.
Answer and Explanation: 1
Dummy activities in a PERT network
(b).maintain the precedence relationships
Dummy activities often have a zero completion...
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fromChapter 14 / Lesson 7
Time-based decision methods are used a great deal when a manager or company looks at a time-based project. To ensure the project can be done on time, managers use PERT analysis, a tool for estimating the time it will take to complete a project. This lesson will outline PERT and help you to understand how it is used to predict time based projects.