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What does a path convergence represent in a project schedule network diagram?
  1. Activities with multiple predecessor activities
  2. Activities with multiple successor activities
  3. Activities that have no dependencies
  4. Activities that are not related to any other activities
B) They help in reducing misunderstandings and miscommunication

In a project schedule network diagram, a path convergence represents activities with multiple predecessor activities. This means that the activity cannot start until all its predecessor activities are completed.
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Meet your instructor, Michael Brown, a seasoned Project Management Professional years of experience in the field. Michael holds a Master's degree in Business Administration and has successfully led numerous high-profile projects across various industries. He is a certified PMP and has been teaching project management courses for the past 7 years.