Find a minimum cost spanning arborescence rooted, Mathematics

Find a minimum cost spanning arborescence rooted at r for the digraph shown below, using the final algorithm shown in class.  Please show your work, and also give a final diagram which shows your solution on the digraph, and states its final cost.

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