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Gantt Chart

Once you have found the Critical Path and calculate the shortest length of time it can take on the project, and then you can start to put tasks in a Gantt chart. It will begin to add more, the reality of the project timing. You will be able to add on weekends and holidays in the timeline.
Of course, this means that the total time of the project lasts (26 days instead of 20 days) is longer than the critical path limited duration.
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Example of Gantt Chart

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