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Given the following information regarding a project involving an initial public offering (IPO): Activities Description Duration (weeks) Predecessors a. Check feasibility 3 — b. Determine funding 1 — c. Find possible banks 3 a d. Select two possible 4 a e. Interview two banks 4 b f. Analyze funding costs 5 b g. Determine chance of success 2 c ,e h Sign contract 3 f a) Draw the network. b) What is the critical path? c) Calculate the float for each activity. d) What is the effect on the project if activity e (approvals) takes an extra week? Two extra weeks? Three extra weeks?

Four analysts cover the stock of fluorine chemical. one forecasts a 6% return for the coming year. the second expects the return to be negative 6%. the third predicts a return of 8%. the fourth expects a 2% return in the coming year. you are relatively confident that the return will be positive but not large, so you arbitrarily assign probabilities of being correct of 35 % comma 8 %, 17 %, and 40%, respectively, to the analysts' forecasts. given these probabilities, what is fluorine chemicals expected return for the coming year
Consider a small island country whose only industry is weaving. the following table shows information about the small economy in two different years. complete the table by calculating physical capital per worker as well as labor productivity. hint: recall that productivity is defined as the amount of goods and services a worker can produce per hour. in this problem, measure productivity as the quantity of goods per hour of labor. year physical capital labor force physical capital per worker labor hours output labor productivity (looms) (workers) (looms) (hours) (garments) (garments per hour of labor) 2024 160 40 1,800 14,400 2025 180 60 3,900 23,400