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1. What is the difference between lag and slack?
Lag represents the time you define between when one task starts and another finishes. Slack is always zero, which means the task is on the critical path.
Lag and slack are the same thing.
Lag represents the time you define between when one task starts and another finishes. Slack is the amount of free time a task has before one task starts and the other finishes.
2. In graphical views, like the Gantt chart display, what color does Microsoft Project use to represent critical tasks?
3. If a task is on the critical path, what is the slack threshold?
Between zero (0) and 1 day.
Zero (0) days.
Any number of days greater than zero (0) days.
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