For this question, consider the Gina3000 project described in Examples 14.1 and 14.2.
a. Consider Table 14.4 and Figure 14.5. Every week the project continues costs the Courter Corporation an additional $5,000 in lost profits. The quality control manager says she can crash activity H from 3 weeks down to 2 weeks by working overtime. Doing so would cost an additional $2,000. Should Courter do it?
b. Writing up the product specifications (activity F) is taking longer than expected. Assuming that no other activities have been delayed or crashed, how many weeks can activity F be delayed without delaying the entire project?

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