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E(7) F(2) G(3) H(2) I(3) J(5) K(4) A(3) B(4) O End Start e C(2) D(2)Find the critical time for each task for the project whose PERT chart is given below. Then, create a schedule for three processors using the critical path method. Finally, discuss whether or not you know the schedule is optimal by using the average time for three processors and the critical time of the project.

PLEASE FOLLOW THIS FORMAT FOR THE CREATION OF A SCHEDULE!!!!Create a schedule for two processors based on the priority list: H, G, F, D, E,C, B, A Step 1: The project starts, so at this point it is easiest to look for the tasks that are ready (those are tasks where every task preceding it is complete). At the beginning these are always the tasks that are directly connected to start. For this project, they are A, B, and C. Now look at the priority list and see that C is first in the priority list (out of A, B, and C) so C is assigned to P1 and once C is assigned, B is the first ready, not assigned task to be completed in the priority list so assign it to P2. Schedule so far: H. G, F, D, E,G, B, A 12 3 4 56 7 89 1011 12 13 14 15 16 1718 1920 21 22 23 2425 26 27 28 29 30 P1C(3) P2 B(2) Step 2: There is nothing to do until a processor is free so jump ahead to when B completes and P2 is free. At this point, look for tasks that are available and not being worked on. Task A and E since B s complete and B is the only task that precede E are available. Now look at the priority i st since E s the first in the list out of A and E t il assign to Schedule so far: H, G, F, D,E, ,B, A 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 910 11 12 13 141516 17 18 1920 21 22 23 24 25 26 2728 29 30 P1 C(3) P2 B(2) E(8) Step 3: Again there is nothing do until a processor is free so jump ahead to when C completes and P1 is free. At this point, look for tasks that are available and not being worked on. Task A and F (since B and C are complete and B and C precede F) are available. Now look at the priority list, since F is the first in the list, out of A and F, it will be assigned to P1

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