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    Given the activities and precedence relationships described in the case, develop a network diagram for the wedding plans.

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    I'm having a hard time with the Campus Wedding A & B

    Case A:
    1. Given the activities and precedence relationships described in the (A) case, develop a network diagram for the wedding plans.
    2. Identify the paths, which are critical?
    3. What is the minimum-cost plan that meets the April 22 date?

    Case B:
    1. Given your answers to the (A) Case, describe the effects on the wedding plans of each incident noted in the (B) Case.

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    Please look at the attached diagram.
    The critical paths are:
    Start - choose pattern of dress - order and receive lace - sewing the dress - cleaning & pressing- fitting - finish
    Start - choosing invitation - printing by Bob - addressing - mailing - postal time - finish.

    In both the cases the time taken is 21 days that is exactly the maximum time available for the wedding.

    The minimum cost plan is $100 church donation, Ordering and ...

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    Here is just a sample of what you'll find in this solution:

    "If 3 days are taken for decoration, the church will be ready by 21st. Then this will become the third critical path."

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