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Old 09-01-2011, 05:53 AM
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Default Simple Formula Questions Part 2 – Calculating Float

Many calculation type PMP questions are pretty straight forward. All you need to know is the right formula, and have a good understanding of the basic concepts to apply the formula in the right way.

In the first part of the series, I talked about the Three Point Estimate Questions. Today, I am going to tell you about Free Float and Total Float – as they apply to the Critical Path Method, under the Time Management Knowledge Area, and how to calculate Float for the PMP Exam.

First things first… on the PMP Exam, Float is also written as Slack. They mean the same thing. Float = Slack, and Slack = Float.

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When you calculate the float, it is crucial for you to calculate the float in the order of longest to the shortest.

thank you for the useful tip
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now I understand why having some float in a project is actually good, thanks for this post
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In my daily routine i always open this forum.And when I open means i have learn a new thing.So i would like to appreciate all those guys who wrote on this forum.
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I am really impressed with this formula .Its easy to use?
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