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# HW10 (blank) - 3 Chapter 16 – Problem 5 Using the...

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Brittany Braud Management 368 Homework 10 June 24, 2011 1. Chapter 16 – Problem 3: Jack’s Floating Banana Party Company is planning to add a new party vessel for the upcoming season. Jack has identified several activities that must be finished before the start of the season. Activity Activity Time (weeks) Immediate Predecessor(s) A 6 None B 5 None C 3 A D 3 B E 6 C, D F 9 D a. Draw the network diagram for this project b. Identify the critical path c. Calculate the expected project length Use the following project information for Problems 4 through 8 Activity Optimistic Time Estimate (weeks) Most Likely Time Estimates (Weeks) Pessimistic Time Estimates (weeks) Immediate Predecessors(s) A 3 6 9 None B 3 5 7 A C 4 7 12 A D 4 8 10 B

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E 5 10 16 C F 3 4 5 D,E G 3 6 8 D,E H 5 6 10 F I 5 8 11 G J 3 3 3 H,I 2. Chapter 16 – Problem 4: Using the information given, construct a network diagram using AON notation.
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Chapter 16 – Problem 5: Using the information given, calculate the expected time for each of the project activities. 4. Chapter 16 – Problem 6: Using the information given, calculate the variance for each of the project activities. 5. Chapter 16 – Problem 7: Using your results for Problems 4 and 5, a) Calculate the completion time for this project b) Identify the activities included on the critical path of this project. 6. Chapter 16 – Problem 8: Using your results from Problem 6, a) Calculate the probability that the project will be completed in 38 weeks b) Calculate the probability that the project will be completed in 42 weeks...
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