# How to calculate CWP, BCWS, ACWP, SV, CV, SI, and CI for each task and the whole project. • ### Question

• .    Consider the information about a project plan in the following table.

 Task Immediate Predecessor Duration Scheduled Cost/Day A - 3 \$1,000 B - 5 \$2,000 C A 4 \$4,000 D B 7 \$1,000 E C 6 \$2,000 F D 8 \$3,000

The following table shows the weekly control reports for the first two weeks (assume 5 working days each week).

 End of Week 1 End of Week 2 Task Actual % Completed Cumulative Actual Cost Actual % Completed Cumulative Actual Cost A 60% \$1,500 100% \$ 2,900 B 30% \$3,000 100% \$11,000 C 10% \$2,000 100% \$13,500 D 0% \$        0 90% \$10,000 E 0% \$        0 50% \$ 4,000 F 0% \$        0 0% \$        0

a. Use the earned value approach to calculate BCWP, BCWS, ACWP, SV, CV, SI, and CI for each task and the whole project.

b. Calculate the total variance and time variance for the project at the end of week 2.

c. Use the original estimate approach and the revised estimate approach to respectively estimate the final cost of this project at the end of week 1.

d. Use the original estimate approach and the revised estimate approach to respectively estimate the final cost of this project at the end of week 2.

Tuesday, October 6, 2015 2:16 PM

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• Hi,

I'm not sure whether or not there is a question in your post. If so what is exactly the question?

In case the question is related to the post's subject, so yes, Project will propose you the "earned value analysis" table which will give you all EV indicators for any single task, summary tasks and project summary task, meaning the whole project.

Hope this helps,

Tuesday, October 6, 2015 2:59 PM
• You did save a baseline before setting actual data?

Wednesday, October 7, 2015 6:03 AM
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