Define the finish to finish activity, Civil Engineering

A finish-to-finish activity is best described as:

  1. The "from" activity must finish before the "to" activity can finish
  2. The "from" activity must finish before the "to" activity can start
  3. The "from" activity must start before the "to" activity can start
  4. The "from" activity must start before the "to" activity can finish  

Solution: 1. The "from" activity appears first and the "to" activity appears second in the sequence.

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