HSC Together Year 12 Maths Standard: What is Critical Path Analysis?

#### Maths Standard

• Simultaneous Linear Equations
• Non-linear Relationships
• Non-Right Angled Trigonometry
• Rates and Ratios
• Investments and Loans
• Annuities
• Bivariate Data Analysis
• The Normal Distribution
• Network Concepts
• Critical Path Analysis
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# What is Critical Path Analysis?

Critical Path Analysis is a technique that identifies the activities required to complete a project, the time necessary to complete each activity and the relationships between the activity. It helps predict when a project is due to be finished and when the earliest and latest a project may be finished. It uses Activity Charts to state each activity and their duration, along with immediate predecessors and scheduling, which highlights what activity must be done before conducting another.

### What is Critical Path Analysis?

The following video introduces the concept and its uses.

### Filling in Precedence Tables

This video highlights how to fill in precedence tables to allow you to complete Critical Path questions.

### Example

This video completes a real-life example and how it is beneficial.

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