## Math Problem Statement

The Table below show the schedule for eight activities in a project.

Activity

Immediate Predecessor

Time

(Weeks)

Early Start Time (Weeks)

Early Finish Time (Weeks)

Latest Start Time (Weeks)

Latest Finish Time (Weeks)

A

6

0

6

3

9

B

5

0

5

0

5

C

A

3

6

9

11

14

D

A

2

6

8

9

11

E

B

4

5

9

10

14

F

B

6

5

11

5

11

G

C, E

5

9

14

14

19

H

D, F

8

11

19

11

19

If the cost to execute activities A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H for this project are R10200, R6500, R5100, R4200, R8400, R4800, R5200, and R4000 respectively, then:

The total cost of executing the activities in the 11th week of the project, if the project started early is:

Question 6Answer

a. R1840

b. R500

c. R4600

d. R6700

e. None of the above

## Solution

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## Math Problem Analysis

### Mathematical Concepts

Project Management

Cost Calculation

Scheduling

### Formulas

Total cost = Sum of costs of active activities during the specified week

### Theorems

Critical Path Method (CPM)

### Suitable Grade Level

University/Professional Level (Project Management)

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