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## Earliest Expected Occurrence Time of Event i Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
earliest_occurence_i = EOT of j-Duration of i-j
TEi = TEj-tij
This formula uses 2 Variables
Variables Used
EOT of j - EOT of j is the earliest expected occurrence of even j, when we consider as activity i-j. (Measured in Day)
Duration of i-j - Duration of i-j is the expected time of activity i-j (Measured in Day)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
EOT of j: 100 Day --> 8640000 Second (Check conversion here)
Duration of i-j: 200 Day --> 17280000 Second (Check conversion here)
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
TEi = TEj-tij --> 8640000-17280000
Evaluating ... ...
TEi = -8640000
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
-8640000 Second -->-100 Day (Check conversion here)
-100 Day <-- EOT of i
(Calculation completed in 00.094 seconds)

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### Earliest Expected Occurrence Time of Event i Formula

earliest_occurence_i = EOT of j-Duration of i-j
TEi = TEj-tij

## What is Central Limit Theorem?

Central Limit Theorem states that if a project consist of large number of activities, where each activity has its own mean time, standard deviation and variance then the whole distribution of time for the project will be approximately a normal distribution.

## What is an Event and an Activity?

An event represents the accomplishment of some task. In a network diagram, beginning and ending of an activity are represented as events. Each event is represented as a node in a network diagram. An event does not consume any time or resource. Each network diagram starts with an initial event and ends at a terminal event. An activity is a physically identifiable part of a project, which consumes both time and resources. Activity is represented by an arrow in a network diagram. The head of an arrow represents the start of activity and the tail of arrow represents its end. Activity description and its estimated completion time are written along the arrow.

## How to Calculate Earliest Expected Occurrence Time of Event i?

Earliest Expected Occurrence Time of Event i calculator uses earliest_occurence_i = EOT of j-Duration of i-j to calculate the EOT of i, The Earliest Expected Occurrence Time of Event i gives the time required for the event i to occur at the earliest. An event occurs when all the activities leading to that event is completed. . EOT of i and is denoted by TEi symbol.

How to calculate Earliest Expected Occurrence Time of Event i using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Earliest Expected Occurrence Time of Event i, enter EOT of j (TEj) and Duration of i-j (tij) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Earliest Expected Occurrence Time of Event i calculation can be explained with given input values -> -100 = 8640000-17280000.

### FAQ

What is Earliest Expected Occurrence Time of Event i?
The Earliest Expected Occurrence Time of Event i gives the time required for the event i to occur at the earliest. An event occurs when all the activities leading to that event is completed. and is represented as TEi = TEj-tij or earliest_occurence_i = EOT of j-Duration of i-j. EOT of j is the earliest expected occurrence of even j, when we consider as activity i-j and Duration of i-j is the expected time of activity i-j.
How to calculate Earliest Expected Occurrence Time of Event i?
The Earliest Expected Occurrence Time of Event i gives the time required for the event i to occur at the earliest. An event occurs when all the activities leading to that event is completed. is calculated using earliest_occurence_i = EOT of j-Duration of i-j. To calculate Earliest Expected Occurrence Time of Event i, you need EOT of j (TEj) and Duration of i-j (tij). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for EOT of j and Duration of i-j and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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