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This video is part of the Year 12 VCE (Units 3 and 4) General Maths course relating to Networks. This video looks at the final part of the course and Crashing. Crashing looks at how we can change the critical path by reducing the time it takes to complete certain activities. Whilst it sounds easy, this can be a time consuming process. This video shows the easiest of all algorithms to be able to crash a network. It also looks at how we can crash with cost. There are lots of worked examples and a really challenging VCAA questions too! All delivered in an easy to understand way and with some humour.
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