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Handout #1: Given the project diagram below and the table of info: Calculate the critical path and slacks If the company wants to shorten the project by 3 weeks and spend no more than \$5,000, is it possible? Assume no task can be crashed more than twice. Explain

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Handout #1:
• Given the project diagram below and the table of info:
• Calculate the critical path and slacks
• If the company wants to shorten the project by 3 weeks and spend no more than \$5,000, is it possible? Assume no task can be crashed more than twice. Explain
• Using original data: if activity D is delayed by 5 weeks, is there a delay in the entire project? If so, by how much?

C

A

B

D

H

E

F

G

Handout #2:
• Given the project diagram below and the table of info:
• Calculate the critical path and slacks
• The company has crash costs as shown (costs are listed for 1st week crash and 2nd week. If no cost shown, it cannot be crashed). The company would like to crash the project by 4 weeks. How much will it cost to do this and what tasks will be crashed and by how much?

B

C

E

G

A

I

J

H

D

F

Handout #3:
• Given the project diagram below and the table of info:
• Calculate the critical path and slacks
• If task D were to slip by 4 weeks, would there be a delay in the project? If so, by how much?
• Given the original info, the company must complete the project in 20 weeks or else be fined \$2000 for each week beyond 20. Is it possible for the company to complete the project and NOT be fined? If so, how would they do so?

B

F

D

A

I

C

E

H

G