Calculate the development time, Software Engineering

Q. Assuming the Putnam model and given S = 100,000 C = 5000 and D0 = 15 calculate the development time td. 

Ans: In Putnam model

(S/C ) 3 = D0td7

lhs = 203 = 8000

td7 = 8000/ 15

td is seventh root of 533.33

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