College Wedding

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College Wedding

COLLEGE WEDDING A
Questions
1. Given the activities and precedence relationships, our network diagram is in the attached file which title name is the "project part A, before crash."
2. The critical path is in the 2nd page of attached file which title name is "project part A, before crash".
3. Given the following plan Miss Jackson can not have her wedding.
BECAUSE
although the main resources (Father, Mother, Mary) are allocated effectively the final fitting can not be completed by the rehearsal night. So order and receive material for the wedding dress should be crashed to reduce time of the critical path. although choosing and order invitations, addressing and mailing them can be completed by the rehearsal night the family want them to go out at least 10 days before the wedding because some of the relatives would make them mad.
4. "project A"

Activity
Normal time
Crash time
Crash cost
Order and receive the material for the dress
8 days
3 days
$ 25 total
Order invitations
12 days
7 days
$ 35 total
Addressing the invitations
4 days
2 days
$ 25 per day.

According to table "project A"
We crashed "order and receive the material" by 3 days which costs 25$ total.
We crashed "order invitations" by 7 days which costs 35$ total.
We crashed "addressing the invitations" by 1 day which costs 25$ *1= 25$

The exact costs of each works are not given in the article so we assume that the minimum cost plan is $85.

5. The exact costs of each works are not given in the article so we assume that the minimum cost plan is $85. So Miss Jackson organizes and makes the wedding. There is no need to elope.

Questions College wedding - B
1)According to our "project part A" we found irrelevant to crash the cost of church because it was also unnecessary to reduce the notice. It is also in the attached file of project part…...

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