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Mr. Perty's staff then estimates the cost of fully crashing the activity in this way as

compared to following the normal 8 -

put up the wallboard ) : Normal point : time = 8

Mr. Perty's staff then estimates the cost of fully crashing the activity in this way as

compared to following the normal 8 -

**week**schedule , as shown below . Activity I (put up the wallboard ) : Normal point : time = 8

**weeks**, cost = $ 430,000 .Page 503

TABLE 10.10 The project budget for Reliable's project Estimated Duration

Estimated Cost Cost per

TABLE 10.10 The project budget for Reliable's project Estimated Duration

Estimated Cost Cost per

**Week**of Its Duration Activity 23 - T -- I O amonos 2**weeks**4**weeks**10**weeks**6**weeks**4**weeks**5**weeks**7**weeks**9**weeks**7**weeks**8**weeks**4 ...Page 522

Therefore , he and the top management of 21st Century Studios have concluded

that they must accelerate production of their movie and bring it out at the

beginning of the summer ( 15

the year .

Therefore , he and the top management of 21st Century Studios have concluded

that they must accelerate production of their movie and bring it out at the

beginning of the summer ( 15

**weeks**from now ) to establish it as THE movie ofthe year .

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