Consider a project such as moving to a new neighbourhood, completing a long-term school assignment, or even cleaning your bedroom. Develop a set of activities necessary to accomplish that project, and then order them in a precedence manner to create sequential logic. Explain and defend the number of steps you identified and the order in which you placed those steps for the best completion of the project. In crashing a project, we routinely focus on those activities that lie on the critical path, not activities with slack time. Explain why this is the case. Identify and discuss some of the problems or dangers of using project networks. Under what circumstances can they be beneficial, and when can they be dangerous?