activities should be crashed and the total cost of crashing if the goal is to

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activities should be crashed and the total cost of crashing if the goal is to shorten the project by three weeks as cheaply as possible. (Omit the "$" sign in your response.) Activity Duration (weeks) First Crash Second Crash 1-2 5 $8 $10 2-4 6 7 9 4-7 3 14 15 1-3 3 9 11 3-4 7 8 9
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1-5 5 10 15 5-6 5 11 13 6-7 5 12 14 Activity Cost First crash 1-5 $ 10 Second crash 2-4 and 5-6 $ 18 Third crash 4-7 and 6-7 $ 26 Explanation: Activity Duration (weeks) First Crash Second Crash 1-2 5 $ 8 #2 $10 2-4 6 7 9 4-7 3 $14 #3 15 1-3 3 9 11 3-4 7 8 9 1-5 5 10 #1 15 5-6 5 11 #2 13 6-7 5 12 #3 14 Path Initial Time After First Crash After Second Crash After Third Crash 1-2-4-7 14 wk 14 wk 13 wk 12 wk 1-3-4-7 13 wk 13 wk 13 wk 12 wk 1-5-6-7 15 wk 14 wk 13 wk 12 wk Second Crash = $7 + $11 = $18 Third Crash = $14 + $12 = $26
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2. award: 10 out of 10.00 points Problem 17-16 Chuck’s Custom Boats (CCB) builds luxury yachts to customer order. CCB has landed a contract with a mysterious New York lawyer (Mr. T). Relevant data are shown on the next page. The complication is that Mr. T wants delivery in 32 weeks or he will impose a penalty of $375 for each week his yacht is late. Note: No activity can be crashed more than two weeks.
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