#### (Solved): 1. Solve Part A 2. Solve Part B Part B. = How Much Would You Save In Total Project Costs With Your S ...

1. Solve part A
2. Solve Part B
Part B. = How Much would you save in total project costs with your schedule?
SOLVE PART A AND B
You are the project manager of the software installation project in the table below. You would like to find the minimum-cost schedule for your project. There is a \$1,000-per-week penalty for each week the project is delayed beyond wook 25. In addition, your project team determined that indirect project costs are \$1,500 per week Activity Immediate Predecessors) > AB - Immo Normal Time Normal Cost Crash Time Crash Cost weeks) (5) (weeks) (\$) 3,000 8.000 3,000 7.000 10,000 12,000 3.000 9,000 4,000 5,000 4,000 8,500 2,000 2,000 5,000 7.000 7,000 15.000 NOON E, F G C.F a. What would be your target completion week? The target completion week is week (Enter your response as an integer)

#### Expert Answer

ALL POSSIBLE PATHS: ACI = 20 BDFI = 35 ADFI = 30 ADFGH = 34 BDFGH = 39 BEGH = 23 CRITICAL PATH = B-F-G = 39 CRASHING SCHEDULE CRASH COST PER PERIOD = (CRASH COST - NORMAL C
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