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Given the following activities for a project:

Activity | TE (weeks) | Preceding Activities | a: Check feasibility | 3 | None | b: Determine funding | 1 | None | c: Find possible banks | 3 | a | d: Select two possibles | 4 | a | e: Interview two banks | 4 | b | f: Analyze funding costs | 5 | b | g: What chance of success? | 2 | c,e | h: Sign contract | 3 | f |

a. Draw the network (with complete details in nodes) b. Identify the critical path c. When do you think the project will be completed? d. What would be the impact to the project if activity e (interview two banks) takes an extra of three weeks?

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Pinnacle marketing received a contract from a large private hospital to design a nationwide advertising campaign for their recently approved new method of treatment for cancer patients. The new treatment is easily performed as compared to the current treatment. Pinnacle marketing has assigned to the task a project manager, who in turn, has delegated minor subprojects to subordinate managers.

The project will be evaluated using AOA analysis. Due to the extensoive length of the project, many activities were combined: the following is the result.

Activity | Time (months) | AB: Obtain patient lists | 3 | BC: Select interviewees | 6 | BD: Engage interviewers | 2 | BF: Train interviewers | 5 | BE: Interview patiens | 4 | CD: Collate results | 9 | DG: Summarize data | 20 | FG: Analyze rsults | 6 | EH: Identify main advantages | 11 | EI: Select advantages for ads | 19 | GJ: Determine media mix | 1 | HK: Compare to ad budget. | 3 | IL: Revise mix for budget | 9 | LM: Select ad style | 12 | KN: Choose ad type | 7 | JO: Design and campaign | 4 | MN: Check with sponsor | 15 | NP: Revise ad campaign | 13 | OP: Present for approval | 10 |

Identify the critical path and expected…...

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