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Question: Crashing in the Critical Path Method (CPM)


Crashing in the Critical Path Method (CPM) assumes that the cost of crashing an activity is linearly proportional to the amount of time the activity is crashed; that is, the rate of cost increase is constant (see Exhibit 19.12). Is this a reason- able assumption? Why or why not? How might the concepts of economies and diseconomies of scale help to address this issue?

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