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You are a project manager responsible for constructing a new sports arena in preparation for upcoming Olympics. Construction begins on a project over a year ago. Stakeholders of the project want a status report on the performance of the project to the date. You have obtained the following measurement:

BAC=500, ETC=200, PV=500, AC=200, EV=300, CPI=1.5

You believe the type of variances that have occurred on the project to date to be atypical. Based on the information above what will be the EAC for the project?

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