Answers to the following questions can be found in chapter 2, ''Time Management,'' unless otherwise noted.
Note that activities in a calendar schedule start on the beginning of the time period that they start on and end at the end of the time period that they finish on. A two-day activity starts on May 5 and ends on May 6, ES and EF.
The free float or slack is the amount of time that an activity can be delayed before it affects the schedule of any other activity. Activity F has free float but activity D does not. Both have seven days of float, total float, or plain old float. When calculating schedules and float with leads and lags, it is best to look at the next activity with no lead or lag and, after ...