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1.Develop an estimated duration for each activity.Below is a table showing the activities that will take place at a wedding and the estimated time for each activity.ActivityEstimated time(days)Setting up a date4Coming up with the budget20Identifying the guests14Selecting the vendors and the caterers28Setting up the themes10Deciding on the cake5Getting the best man and the bridesmaid and their dresses21Wedding dress14Honeymoon reservations5Enrolling for dance classes21Confirming the head count5Preparing for the big day52.Calculate the ES, EF, LS, and LF times and total slack for each activity, using a project start time of 0 (or January 1) and a required project completion time of 180 days (or June 30). If your calculations result in a project schedule with negative total slack, revise the project scope, activity estimated durations, and/or sequence or dependent relationships among activities to arrive at an acceptable baseline schedule for completing the project within 180 days (or by June 30). Describe the revisions that