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The Campus Wedding Case – The “A” case
1.Given the activities and precedence relationships described in the (A) case, develop a network diagram for the wedding plans. The following table contains the activities, expected activity times, and crashing information. ActivityDuration (days)Predecessor ActivitiesCrash CostCrash Time 1. Reserve Church1

2. Church Notice Wait171. Reserve Church$10010
3. Decorate Church32. Church Notice Wait
4. Travel from Guatemala10$5002
5. Fit Dress24. Travel from Guatemala
11. Sew Dress
6. Choose Cake2
7. Jack’s Catering Lead Time106. Choose Cake
8. Rehearsal Dinner17. Jack’s Catering Lead Time
18. Get Bridesmaids Gifts
9. Choose Pattern3
10. Order and Receive Lace89. Choose Pattern$255
11. Sew Dress1110. Order and Receive Lace$120/dayCan be crashed 5 days. 12. Clean and Press Dresses25. Fit Dress$301
13. Choose Invitations3
14. Order and Receive Invitations1213. Choose Invitations$355 15. Address Invitations414. Order and Receive Invitations
19. Prepare Guest List$25/dayCan be crashed 2 days.
16. Take to Post Office115. Address Invitations
17. Invitation Lead Time1016. Take to Post Office$2008
18. Get Bridesmaids Gift1
19. Prepare Guest List4
20. Wedding 13. Decorate Church
8. Rehearsal Dinner
12. Clean and Press Dresses
17. Invitation Lead Time

2. Identify the paths, which are critical.
There are 7 paths through the network. The paths and their length are as follows: PATH 1: Reserve Church (1) – Church Notice (17) – Decorate Church (3) – Wedding (1) -- length 22 days. PATH 2: Travel from Guatemala (10) – Fit Dress (2) – Clean & Press (2) – Wedding (1) -- length 15 days. PATH 3: Choose Cake (2) – Jack’s Catering (10) – Rehearsal Dinner (1) – Wedding (1) – length 14 days. PATH 4: Choose Pattern (3) – Receive Lace (8) – Sew Dress (11) – Fit Dress (2) – Clean & Press (2) –...
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