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Unformatted text preview: b. 25 weeks c. Activities B and E both have slack times of 2 weeks d. First I would crash activity A, costing an additional $1,000.00 and shortening the schedule by 1 week. The critical path would remain the same. I would then crash activity C costing an additional $1,200.00 and shortening the schedule by 1 week. The critical path would remain the same and all together, crashing the project would cost an additional $2,200.00 11) a. b. critical path c. 18 weeks: no crashing = $500 17 weeks: crash A = $570 16 weeks: crash A,B = $650 15 weeks: crash A,Bx2,D = $810 14 weeks: crash A,Bx2,D,G = $960 13 weeks: crash A,Bx2,D,E,F,G = $1190 d. 18 weeks = $900 17 weeks = $920 16 weeks = $950 15 weeks = $1060 14 weeks = $1060 13 weeks = $1340 The minimum total project cost duration is 18 weeks...
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- Spring '08
- Management, Critical path, Critical path method