Lay out the Figure 6.15 exercise as a critical-chain plan, with all of the appropriate buffers. As above, the first line in each box represents the task number. The second line represents the resource by color. The third line represents the (already-reduced) task time in days. (See the last question in Section 6.11 for the approximate length of the schedule you should have obtained.) Note that a good-enough schedule is within a small part of the project buffer.
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