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1. Earliest due date (EDD) is a priority sequencing rule that states the job requiring the shortest processing time is the next job to be processed.

2. Dispatching is the assignment and commitment of incoming jobs to one or more specific work centres, for the day or week.

3. The DDATE priority sequence rule will always minimize average job lateness.

4. Activities on the critical path exhibit positive slack times.

5. The variance of project completion time equals the variances of all activities in the project.

6. The dummy activity has an expected time of zero by definition.

7. The project-group approach extends little or no formal authority to the project coordinator.

8. The DDATE priority sequence rule will always minimize average job lateness.

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