Option #1: Direct Cost: Scenario 1
Assume the network and data that follow. Be sure to access the “Module 5 CT Option 1” file below.
Compute the total direct cost for each project duration. If the indirect costs for each project duration are $ 400 (17 time units), $ 350 (16), $ 300 (15), and $ 250 (14), compute the total project cost for each duration. Plot the total direct, indirect, and project costs for each of these duration on a cost-time graph. What is the optimum cost-time schedule for the project? What is this cost? Thoroughly address the questions in a 2-4 page paper, but include the charts and graphs as appendices to your paper.
Your well-written paper should meet the following requirements:
2-4 pages in length, not including the cover, references page, and appendix.
Formatted according to the CS-Global Guide to Writing and SPA.
Cite a minimum of three sources, two of which should be current academic peer-reviewed, scholarly sources to support your responses, and should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts that are presented in the course and provide new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. The CS-Global library is a great place to find these resources. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and the current CS-Global SPA and writing standards. Note: Current research in this class means the most recent five-year period. Although research older than five years may be used, it will not count toward the assignment requirement. Additionally, in lecture material for Module 1, you were reminded of what constitutes academic peer-reviewed, scholarly sources, and how to find them in the CS Global Library.
Appendix — remember that appendices follow the references page.
Refer to the Critical Thinking Assignment rubric available in the Module 5 folder for more information on assignment expectations and grading.
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