task 4

task 4.

Review the reading materials presented in the lesson.1) Create a concept map on Different Types of Carbohydrates and their health benefits and risks.Submit your work to Moodle.2. Recipe Optimization (Group Activity – Part 2)Step 1: Create your Profile on CronometerStep 2: Analyze the Selected RecipiesStep 3: Generate Nutrition ReportStep 4: Compare the nutrition profile of the selected recipes (calorie content, carbohydrates, total fat, sodium, fiber, and protein)Step 5: Write a comprehensive nutrition report on how to optimize the recipes.Submit your work to Moodle.3. Sensory Evaluation (Group Activity – Part 2)Step 1: Assign Students into 3 groupsStep 2: Sensory Evaluation of different recipes (texture, aroma, flavor, palatability)

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Computer Science Question

Do research on one-or-two large software systems that were implemented successfully and on
one-or-two large software systems that failed in their implementation. Write at least a 3-page
Word document, double-spaced, detailing each system.
Your paper should include a number of topic sections. Using the concept of A.D.D.I.E., create a
section to discuss the A.-Analysis that went into the system, a section to discuss the D.-Design of
the system, a section to discuss the D.-Development of the system, a section to discuss the I.-
Implementation of the system (successful or failed) and a section to discuss the E.-Evaluation of
the system (successful or failed). Provide the following:
1. An Introduction paragraph describing the assignment and a short description of the
systems selected.
2. A section that describes the first Software System (with an appropriate section Heading)
and a description of that Software System to include:
a. What is its purpose?
b. What operations it performs?
c. What are its inputs (resources, interfaces, when used)?
d. What are its outputs (interfaces, data)?
e. The system’s complexity/cost/feasibility.
f. Any constraints or risks found during the research.
3. Sections with details for each component of A.D.D.I.E. (with an appropriate section
Heading) to include:
a. Success or failures identified.
b. Issues or findings identified.
c. Recommendations or lessons learned.
Your paper should then conclude with a Findings section the compares the two systems. Provide
the following:
1. What made one system successful but make the other system fail.
2. What could have been done to make the failed system more successful.
3. What could have been done to make the successful system even more successful.
You must include at least 3 scholarly references with citations.
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task 4 Computer Science Assignment Help Review the reading materials in the lesson.1) Review the PowerPoint presentation on Lipids and answer the 11 questions. Submit your work to Moodle.2) Lab 2: Please review the Heart Health Lab. Ask your doctor for your most recent blood lipid profile test results (if you do not have one, please use the information from the generic tables in the lab). Answer the questions on page 6 and 7. Submit your work to Moodle.3) Create a table or brief summary highlighting the differences in the types of dietary fat and what is known about their health effects. Address any gaps in the knowledge.

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Computer Science Question

Emerging Technologies
Please find the attached document for the detail question!
Write a research paper that aligns with the assignment instructions as attached.
APA 7 student paper template APA 7 student paper template – Alternative Formats
This assignment is somewhat similar to the discussion board on emerging technology, but it is not the same. Make sure to read through the instructions for this assignment thoroughly.
You must cite and reference all external sources, per APA 7.
No Plagarisam
Copying the work of others is a demonstration of academic dishonesty, resulting in a grade of zero.

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Preparing the conceptual design Preparing the concrete design

Preparing the conceptual design Preparing the concrete design.

The designing process is the preparation for prototyping. It shall include a drawing and description of each UI design. Based on your analysis and findings from Question One, describe how the prototype will look and work. Your tasks are:
1. Preparing the conceptual design:Present a minimum of three model layouts that describeabstractly what the users require, how it cansolve the problem, and what the users can do with the prototype. You may want to include the knowledge from some of the interdisciplinary fields you have learned in Chapter 1 into your conceptual design.Conceptual design is discussed in Chapter 3. You can perform this task with a simple sketch too.
2. Preparing the concrete design:
Translate the conceptual design in (1) with the details, including the colors, sounds, images, menus, icons, etc. You may want to consider more concrete design issues discussed in Chapter 7 and 12. You may use any visual programming tools you familiar with.
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Project building help!

OverviewThis week you will continue to work on the 3D scene you already began
to build, based on a 2D image you previously selected. At this point
you should already have one complex object, a plane to orient the 3D
world, and camera navigation applied to the scene. Now it is time to
incorporate texture to create more detail and realism so the objects in
your scene will start to look more like their real-life counterparts.
PromptYou will complete your work in Visual Studio, being sure to work from
the project file you already began to create in prior milestones. This
file has the libraries set up correctly and contains the 3D objects you
built, which will be necessary for you to add to this week.
Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:
Apply texture to create a detailed appearance for a 3D object.
Select the complex object in your scene (the one that uses two or more
shapes to create a single object) and determine what image files you
should use to render it in 3D. You may wish to approach this
realistically or take some artistic license to create something more
creative. Refer to the Sourcing Textures Tutorial, linked in this week’s
Resources section, to ensure the textures you select are free and open
source. As you work, manipulate your texture to ensure it is not too
stretched or too small to match the object. Pay particular attention to
the resolution of the image you choose to use so that it does not appear
too pixelated for the object. However, you will also not want the image
to be too large so that it will take a long time to render. Continue to
check your work by running the code and viewing how the texture has
been applied to the object.
Apply a complex texturing technique to a 3D shape.
Depending on what makes the most sense for your scene, either tile a
texture or overlap two images on top of one another for one of the
shapes in your complex object. The selected technique should be used to
add detail to your scene in a particularly unique or interesting way.
Create a cohesive object using different textures on individual 3D shapes.
Because your 3D object is made of two or more 3D shapes arranged in
relation to one another, you will need to orient the textures in
relation to one another. Think about what different image files you may
want to use in order to emphasize the different components of the object
overall.
Create code that follows a logical flow without syntax errors.
The code you create has to be executable and all the code that is
included needs to be reached by the execution. Note that not everything
should be written in a single function and your work should be
well-modularized.
Apply coding best practices in your creations. Pay
particular attention to the way you format and comment your code.
Program code should be easy to read and follow industry standard code
formatting practices, such as indentation and spacing. Commenting best
practices should be in place to ensure the source code is briefly and
clearly explained using descriptive comments.
Guidelines for SubmissionSubmit a completed ZIP folder with all of your code, which may
include one or multiple CPP files along with Visual Studio project
files. Also make sure the ZIP folder includes an EXE file, because
without this your code will not be able to run. Checking for the EXE can
be used as a quick reference on the functionality of your code before
you submit.

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Preparing the conceptual design Preparing the concrete design Computer Science Assignment Help There are two works, class diagram (with attributes list) and presentation power points (10 mins). I have written the requirement below. Also, I can send you more information materials about this work once we start it. Please provide quality work on time! Remember one thing: don’t copy answers from the Internet! I have a way to recognize if you are cheating! Don’t be smart!
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intro to data mining 14

Week 14 Homework
Review the reading by Naouma and answer the following in essay format:
Denote what the study was about.
Discuss how random-field theory was used in the case study.
What were the results of the false recovery rate in the study?
In an APA7 formatted essay answer all questions above. There should be headings to each of the questions above as well. Ensure there are at least two-peer reviewed sources to support your work. The paper should be at least two pages of content (this does not include the cover page or reference page).
https://peerj.com/articles/8189/
The paper should meet the following requirements:
3-5 pages in length (not including title page or references)APA guidelines must be followed. The paper must include a cover page, an introduction, a body with fully developed content, and a conclusion.A minimum of five peer-reviewed journal articles

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Computer Science Question

Computer Science Question.

The final Project is due next week. There are no graded activities this week so be sure to continue working on the final project.
Develop a disaster recovery plan for an organization. There are many different templates available online for you to use as reference and guidance. Your plan should cover the following sections (these sections detail the elements in a DR plan in the sequence defined by industry compliance standards ISO 27031 and ISO 24762).
This section should summarize key action steps (such as where to assemble employees if forced to evacuate the building) and list key contacts with contact information for ease of authorizing and launching the plan.
Introduction
Roles and Responsibilities
Incident Response
Plan Activation
Document History
Procedures
Your paper should meet the following requirements:
Be approximately six to eight pages in length, not including the required cover page and reference page.
Follow APA 7 guidelines. Your paper should include an introduction, a body with fully developed content, and a conclusion.
Support your answers with the readings from the course and at least ten scholarly journal articles to support your positions, claims, and observations, in addition to your textbook. The UC Library is a great place to find resources.
Be clearly and well-written, concise, and logical, using excellent grammar and style techniques. You are being graded in part on the quality of your writing

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Part 1:OverviewIn this course, many assignments are paired with tutorials to help you to learn OpenGL and build the computer graphics skills that you will need to successfully complete your coding and design work.
In this assignment, you will create commented code for 2D shapes in modern OpenGL.
If you encounter any challenges while completing this assignment, be sure to post your questions or issues to the General Questions discussion. It is essential to ask for help when you need it and successfully complete each activity, as the course will continue to build on earlier learning as your skills progress.
PromptBefore you begin, be sure to review the module resources for this week’s topics. Then, if you have not done so already, navigate to the CS 330 folderin GitHub. From there, download the ZIP file containing all of the items within this folder, including assignment tutorials for Module Two through Module Six. There are two essential parts to these tutorials: the markdown (MD) files that walk you through how to work with different OpenGL capabilities, and the solution (SLN) file that contains all the code for each section of the tutorials. On your own machine, open the solution (SLN) file in Visual Studio and navigate to the Module Four tutorial sections in the Solution Explorer. While you may open the markdown (MD) file using an external text-based program, we recommend you instead follow along with the Module Four Tutorial in GitHub so it is easier to review the different sections, code, and supporting images. Going through all the sections in the tutorial and attempting the embedded exercises will help you practice the skills you will need to demonstrate in this assignment.
Once you understand the content in the tutorial, you will begin this assignment by opening a new Visual Studio project that has all the libraries set up correctly (which you learned how to do in a previous module). The goal of this assignment is to write commented modern OpenGL code that allows for panning, zooming, and orbiting a pyramid. Use the keyboard, mouse, and movement combinations below:
WASD keys: These keys should be used to control the forward, backward, left, and right motion.
QE keys: These keys should be used to control the upward and downward movement.
Mouse cursor: This should be used to change the orientation of the camera so it can look up and down or right and left.
Mouse scroll: This should be used to adjust the speed of the movement, or the speed the camera travels around the scene.
Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:
Create code to address the required functionality. The work you complete in OpenGL must meet the required functionality and visual representation that are outlined for this particular topic. Achieving this result may require multiple attempts or the application of programming strategies, but that is okay! Working in iterations is an important part of any coding project. You may also wish to refer back to relevant sections of this week’s tutorial for further guidance or review.
Apply logic and proper syntax to code. Source code should be free of logical or syntax errors that prevent the application from running as expected. You will be given credit for code that is well on its way to meeting specifications or solving the problem.
Apply commenting and formatting standards to facilitate understanding of the code. All code should be well commented. This is a practiced art that requires clarity and concision. Your comments should explain the purpose of lines or sections of the code and may also include the method you used to achieve a specific task in the code. Be sure to document any sections of code that are producing errors or incorrect results. Also, all code should be organized to meet formatting standards.
Guidelines for SubmissionSubmit a completed ZIP folder with all of your code, which may include one or multiple CPP files along with Visual Studio project files. Also make sure the ZIP folder includes an EXE file, because without this your code will not be able to run. Checking for the EXE can be used as a quick reference on the functionality of your code before you submit.
part 2

OverviewThis week you will be continuing to work on the 3D scene you already began to build, based on a 2D image you selected(see attachment). Now it is time to incorporate input devices and camera movement so you will be able to traverse your scene more easily.
PromptYou will complete your work in Visual Studio, being sure to work from the project file you already created in a previous milestone. This file already has the libraries set up correctly and contains the 3D object you built, which will be necessary for you to add to this week.
Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:
Create a 3D plane to situate a 3D scene. This will serve as the base for the rest of the objects in your world. Depending on your 2D image this plane may be used to represent a desk, the ground, a table, or something else entirely. It will be important to work on this first so you will understand the scope of the world your camera will be traversing. A plane is also a relatively simple shape so it will be a good place to start when managing the placement of different objects in your scene. Remember, you will need to take into account where the plane is located in relation to the 3D object you developed during a previous milestone (which used multiple 3D shapes).
Apply horizontal, vertical, and depth camera navigation around a 3D scene. It is recommended that you use the following keyboard controls to manipulate the basic camera movement:WASD keys: These keys should be used to control the forward, backward, left, and right motion.
QE keys: These keys should be used to control the upward and downward movement.

Apply nuanced camera controls to a 3D scene. It is recommended that you use the following mouse controls to allow a user more specific input options for how they view the 3D scene:Mouse cursor: This should be used to change the orientation of the camera so it can look up and down or right and left.
Mouse scroll: This should be used to adjust the speed of the movement, or the speed the camera travels around the scene.

Create perspective and orthographic displays of a 3D scene. Use the tap of a keyboard key to allow a user to change the view of the scene between orthographic (2D) and perspective (3D) views at will. (Hint: check the glViewport and the glOrtho functions.) For consistency, please use the letter “P” keyboard key. To accomplish this work, you will be switching the function call to retrieve either the perspective or orthographic projection matrix. Note that you will be keeping the camera in the same orientation that you already developed.
Create code that follows a logical flow without syntax errors. The code you create has to be executable and all the code that is included needs to be reached by the execution. Note that not everything should be written in a single function and your work should be well-modularized.
Apply coding best practices in your creations. Pay particular attention to the way you format and comment your code. Program code should be easy to read and follow industry standard code formatting practices, such as indentation and spacing. Commenting best practices should be in place to ensure the source code is briefly and clearly explained using descriptive comments.
Guidelines for SubmissionSubmit a completed ZIP folder with all of your code, which may include one or multiple CPP files along with Visual Studio project files. Also make sure the ZIP folder includes an EXE file, because without this your code will not be able to run. Checking for the EXE can be used as a quick reference on the functionality of your code before you submit.

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use Python beginner level programming to solve a problem

Computer Science Question Computer Science Assignment Help Do not use dictionary, use the list technique. Do not use object-oriented programming.
Run your code for multiple outputs. Document your code properly.
“Write draft to show the solutions first, then write codes in PYTHON LANGUAGE (beginner level) later on with comments to explain the codes”
Attached below is the problem!

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Please write a 150 word peer response for Answer 1 and another 150 word peer response for Answer 2.

Answer 1
Components of Composition in Data Visualization
Composition concerns settling on cautious choices about the actual properties of, and connections between, each visual property to guarantee the ideal comprehensibility and which means of the strong venture or project (“Kirk”, 2019). The features of composition can be divided between project-level composition and chart-level composition options:
Project composition: characterizing the design and chain of command of the whole representation project.
Chart composition: characterizing the shape, size and design decisions for all parts inside your graphs.
Project composition includes two methodologies for molding our thoughts:
Wireframing: Wireframing includes outlining the possible format and size of the multitude of significant substance of your plan thinking across a single-page view (“Kirk”, 2019).
Storyboarding: Storyboarding is something you would attempt with wireframing in case you have a task that will involve various pages, or a wide range of perspectives and you need to build up an undeniable level feel for the general design of content, its route and sequencing (“Kirk”, 2019).
Composition charts are utilized to perceive how a piece of your information analyzes to the entire and can show relative and outright qualities. You can imagine creation over numerous periods with region diagrams, which are basically the same as line graphs, and stacked bar or section outlines when you have a decreased measure of periods (“Gonzalez”, 2020). Chart composition includes three different components:
Chart scales: While considering your chart scales attempt to think how you may utilize these to tell the watcher something significant. This can be accomplished through keen decisions around the most extreme worth reaches and furthermore in the decision of reasonable spans for marking and gridline guides (“Kirk”, 2019).
Chart orientation: Choices about the orientation of your outline and its substance can now and then assist press with trip an additional a level of meaningfulness and which means from your presentation (“Kirk”, 2019).
Chart Value Sorting: Sorting content inside an outline is significant for assisting watchers with finding and think about rapidly the most pertinent substance. Perhaps the most ideal method for thinking about the choices for esteem arranging comes from utilizing the LATCH abbreviation, concocted by Richard Saul Wurman, which represents the five different ways of getting sorted out showcases of information: Location, Alphabet, Time, Category or Hierarchy (“Kirk”, 2019).
All these components play important role in creating visualizations.

Reference
Gonzalez, A. (2020, January 23). Data visualization principles. Retrieved November 24, 2021, from https://alexgonzalezc.dev/posts/data-visualization-principles.html.
Kirk, A. (2019). Data Visualisation: A Handbook for Data Driven Design. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Ltd.
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Answer 2
The composition is the concept of arranging different data objects in different order. The purpose is to allow users to view and manipulate the data visually while keeping the contents as simple as possible. This type of organization can also be implemented using hierarchical and extensible graphical models. For data visualization, the user is required to select which objects are displayed on different levels of the visual hierarchy and in different ways. In data visualization, it is essential to find the relationships between elements to understand which elements are relevant, and we can use them to inform the design. It is, in fact, the relationship between a pair of elements that is the information. We have found through observation that there is a specific correlation between the variables and a related variable. If we think about it, one way of visualizing the relationships among variables is through a scatter plot (O’connor et al., 2020).
A bubble chart can display the trends within the data and also the average of the past year. The more rows of data, the better. The bubble chart indicates the number of new entries per second created, how the entries have come in, and the average time between successive updates. The more data entries, the better. If the data is in the same format, then the average time between successive reads may be the same for the entire set. However, if the data is different, then the average time may vary. The data should be split into two or three distinct intervals (Becker et al., 2020).
The scatter plot illustrates the relationships among the variables. It also demonstrates the general distribution of the data and the general trend of the data. The scatter plot provides an informative way to visualize the relationships between the data elements, examine the relationships between the attributes, and explore the relationship. One of the advantages of the scatter plot is that it can be easily used to determine the variables’ value. In some cases, we may have to write a code that maps between the input values and the corresponding values in the local variables. The basic idea is to let the R functions read from the local variables, write to them, and write some additional output to the console to indicate the return values (Becker et al., 2020).
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3d Pyramid and 3d scene mod 3

3d Pyramid and 3d scene mod 3.

part 1
OverviewIn this course, many assignments are paired with tutorials to help you to learn OpenGL and build the computer graphics skills that you will need to successfully complete your coding and design work.
In this assignment, you will create commented code for a 3D pyramid in modern OpenGL.
If you encounter any challenges while completing this assignment, be sure to post your questions or issues to the General Questions discussion. It is essential to ask for help when you need it and successfully complete each activity, as the course will continue to build on earlier learning as your skills progress.
PromptBefore you begin, be sure to review the module resources for this week’s topics. Then, if you have not done so already, navigate to the CS 330 folderin GitHub. From there, download the ZIP file containing all of the items within this folder, including assignment tutorials for Module Two through Module Six. There are two essential parts to these tutorials: the markdown (MD) files that walk you through how to work with different OpenGL capabilities, and the solution (SLN) file that contains all the code for each section of the tutorials. On your own machine, open the solution (SLN) file in Visual Studio and navigate to the Module Three tutorial sections in the Solution Explorer. While you may open the markdown (MD) file using an external text-based program, we recommend you instead follow along with the Module Three Tutorial in GitHub so it is easier to review the different sections, code, and supporting images. Going through all the sections in the tutorial and attempting the embedded exercises will help you practice the skills you will need to demonstrate in this assignment.
Once you understand the content in the tutorial, you will begin this assignment by opening a new Visual Studio project that has all the libraries set up correctly (which you learned how to do in a previous module). The goal of this assignment is to write commented modern OpenGL code to create a 3D pyramid.
Your pyramid should use the indices and the Vertex Array Object, with each vertex on the pyramid being assigned a color of your choice. Employ the Model View Projection matrix to display the pyramid in a perspective angle.
Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:
Create code to address the required functionality. The work you complete in OpenGL must meet the required functionality and visual representation that are outlined for this particular topic. Achieving this result may require multiple attempts or the application of programming strategies, but that is okay! Working in iterations is an important part of any coding project. You may also wish to refer back to relevant sections of this week’s tutorial for further guidance or review.
Apply logic and proper syntax to code. Source code should be free of logical or syntax errors that prevent the application from running as expected. You will be given credit for code that is well on its way to meeting specifications or solving the problem.
Apply commenting and formatting standards to facilitate understanding of the code. All code should be well commented. This is a practiced art that requires clarity and concision. Your comments should explain the purpose of lines or sections of the code and may also include the method you used to achieve a specific task in the code. Be sure to document any sections of code that are producing errors or incorrect results. Also, all code should be organized to meet formatting standards.
Guidelines for SubmissionSubmit a completed ZIP folder with all of your code, which may include one or multiple CPP files along with Visual Studio project files. Also make sure the ZIP folder includes an EXE file, because without this your code will not be able to run. Checking for the EXE can be used as a quick reference on the functionality of your code before you submit. Reference the Visual Studio Export Tutorial, linked in this week’s resources, for guidance on how to download the necessary ZIP folder.
part 2
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Mobile Computing

What are some advantages to using Appcelerator Titanium?
Though Appcelerator is reasonably priced, why do some mobile app developers feel that the bugs don’t make it worth the effort?.
How is Appcelerator different from other mobile application developers?
500 words and 2 apa references and no plagiarism please

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3d Pyramid and 3d scene mod 3 Computer Science Assignment Help Information Systems for Business and Beyond Questions(https://opentextbook.site/informationsystems2019/)
Chapter 11 – study questions 1-10, Exercise 1
Chapter 12 – study questions 1-11, Exercise 1
Information Technology and Organizational Learning Assignment:(attached)
Chapter 9 – Review the section on Establishing a Security Culture. Review the methods to reduce the chances of a cyber threat noted in the textbook. Research other peer-reviewed source and note additional methods to reduce cyber-attacks within an organization.
Chapter 10 – Review the section on the IT leader in the digital transformation era. Note how IT professionals and especially leaders must transform their thinking to adapt to the constantly changing organizational climate. What are some methods or resources leaders can utilize to enhance their change attitude?
The above submission should be two -pages in length (one page for each question) and adhere to APA formatting standards.
**Remember the APA cover page and the references (if required) do not count towards the page length**
Note the first assignment should be in one section and the second section should have the information from the Information Technology and Organizational Learning assignment. The paper requirements for the two-pages applies to the second part of the assignment directly related to the Information Technology and Organizational Learning assignment.
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WEEK 14: Data Mining

Week 14 Homework
Review the reading by Naouma and answer the following in essay format:
Denote what the study was about.
Discuss how random-field theory was used in the case study.
What were the results of the false recovery rate in the study?
In an APA7 formatted essay answer all questions above. There should be headings to each of the questions above as well. Ensure there are at least two-peer reviewed sources to support your work. The paper should be at least two pages of content (this does not include the cover page or reference page).
https://peerj.com/articles/8189/
The paper should meet the following requirements:
3-5 pages in length (not including title page or references)APA guidelines must be followed. The paper must include a cover page, an introduction, a body with fully developed content, and a conclusion.A minimum of five peer-reviewed journal articles

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create the requested reports using Goal Seek, Scenario Analysis, and any other appropriate analyses.

create the requested reports using Goal Seek, Scenario Analysis, and any other appropriate analyses..

You will need to complete the requested reports for your manager and create the requested reports using Goal Seek, Scenario Analysis, and any other appropriate analyses.
Your final Excel Workbook should have the following:
Goal Seek – Record the results in the indicated cells (G3:G7, I3:I7)
Scenario Summary – Identify the most profitable scenario in cell G8:G9
Any additional information necessary to make firm recommendations to your manager
Create a Microsoft Word or Google Docs document using a Business Letter/Memo template
and this letter/memo, summarize your findings from each of the reports you created and offer recommendations to your manager based on your observations of the data.
Include any essential information from your Excel Workbook. Assume that your manager will only read the memo, referring only to the Excel Workbook if needed.
Limit your document to a maximum total of three (3) pages.
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Part one: 3–5 pages long on a seperate word document
Week 7 Assignment – Case Study: Implementation Strategies
Use the Week 7 Case Study Template [DOCX] to complete this assignment.
Your proposed information system is still a contender. The executives, however, are asking whether it is too limited to prevent the shadow IT projects that continue to take place throughout the organization.
They believe that you have considered what the organization does now, but how will your system adapt to new products and processes? The following video is an example of two companies – Apple and Google – adapting new products and processes in spite of multiple challenges.
How Apple and Google Formed one of Tech’s Most Powerful Partnerships. (8:03).
You’ll have to quell their fears, so it’s time for another memo. Please focus on these points:
Identify any significant changes that your organization might reasonably make in its product offerings in the next three years. Explain the competitive benefits of this change.
Explain how your information system addresses or can adapt to the introduction of these new product offerings.
Give one reason why capabilities for the new product offerings should or should not be incorporated in the initial information system design. Justify your reason.
This memo should be 3–5 pages long.Part two: on a separate word document
Please respond to the following:
Read the article, “Business Value Dashboard.” Then, find an organization that has adopted a real-time dashboard for its internal use within the last three years. Do not repeat examples from the textbook or that have been posted by other students.
Please respond to the following:
What are the most important parts of this dashboard?
How do these parts help the business managers? How do they help the individual contributors?
Have real-time dashboards replaced the traditional business report? Justify your answer.
Be sure to respond to at least two of your classmates’ posts.
Valera Mixon wrote Sac State ScholarsDashboardThe Sac State Scholar dashboard connects the Sac state community with other scholars and collaborators. It is a place where thesis and dissertations. It also “auto-populate faculty profiles with little invention.” (Sac State)The dashboard shows how many downloads have occurred by Country. It also shows how many research outputs are available, how many have been viewed, and how many research outputs were downloaded.PurposeThe ability for the dashboard to populate the faculty profiles allows for an easy way for the faculty to maintain their profiles and not add additional work to their schedule. It also serves as a “research networking tool where Sac State research, scholarship, creative activities, as well as teaching and service activities will be highlighted.” The dashboard will allow for individuals to find faculty that they can partner with for “research projects, grants, scholarships or instructions.” (Sac State) It also will allow government agencies or entrepreneurs to gain access to experts in specific fields.ReplacementThis dashboard did not replace a report; it is replacing a database, not a report. The database held only thesis and dissertations. It did not house the faculty information and did not lend itself to a portal that allowed those outside the campus to connect for further scholarly pursuits.References:https://csu-csus.esploro.exlibrisgroup.com/esploro/https://csus.libguides.com/sacstatescholarshttps://csus-dspace.calstate.edu/
Kelly Rutheuff wrote Why Every Government Needs a Covid Dashboard – BloombergUK Summary | Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK (data.gov.uk)What are the most important parts of this dashboard?The data is updated daily to report on COVID-19 with cases, vaccinations, and deaths. The dashboard view is easy for viewing the data without having to look at spreadsheets. The dashboard is very visual on the eyes while still providing the data that is needed. The use of maps and multiple charts makes finding the data easy to read and analyze.

How do these parts help the business managers? How do they help the individual contributors?The business managers in this case would be the government officials in England along with the World Health Organization who were monitoring trends and data from all around the world. As governments, all were tasked with standing up dashboards and collecting the data for their country. The data collection made it possible for officials to be able to know when to put policies in place to help stop the spread of the virus.
For individuals, it becomes a place to see the trends and numbers for Covid. The maps offer a way to see the visual representation of the Covid outbreaks in the area. The maps also offer vaccination rates by area which for many people helped with planning for personal travel as well as business. The dashboard also offered links on where to locate vaccination locations.

Have real-time dashboards replaced the traditional business report? Justify your answer.The fast-paced and ever-changing dynamic of the pandemic would have never been afforded the time for a traditional business report. In the article, they reference how quickly many of the sites had to stand up dashboards for reporting and used out-of-the-box software which they later realized did not offer everything they needed. The Public Health of England did have a designed and coded site and was able to expand the team supporting it from 3 to 17 during the pandemic. Real-time dashboards are easier for individuals and executive teams to view and absorb data quickly on a daily basis without having to read through an entire business report.

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create the requested reports using Goal Seek, Scenario Analysis, and any other appropriate analyses. Computer Science Assignment Help I am having issues with this assignment. I have written the script and tested it but do not know what smbd.txt.new is for or what I am to modify. I used python modify.py smb.txt “password sync = yes” “password sync = no” which is the last jpg and nothing shows. I am not sure if i am doing this correct. Can someone help explain how to complete the assignment and what proof will be that the assignment is complete?
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Deliverable 1: Learning Journal

Read the article by C. Sriram, A. Haghani (2003), summarize your understanding of it in at least one full page (font 11, single spacing), and no more than 2 pages. Use the page efficiently. The summary must be your own wording and not copy-paste from the article. Write sufficiently technical using proper terminology from the article and the course content. Be mindful of the logical flow of paragraphs and sections. Reading this summary should provide enough detail to a reader knowledgeable of IENG 3305 content and without prior background of the problem to be able to understand the problem and your (future) solution approach.

To structure your report you may include, discuss and logically link the following topics:

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4- Results and discussions
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create the requested reports using Goal Seek, Scenario Analysis, and any other appropriate analyses.

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select a subset of user stories and create a sprint backlog document. Each user story should be broken down into multiple tasks and allocate time spent for each of these tasks over the duration of the sprint (typically for each day in the sprint). Typically, the user stories chosen for this sprint would be the functionality implemented of the system but we are not implementing the system so you will take half of your user stories and break them down into tasks and assign how much time spent on each task.
Create the sprint backlog that lists a subset of user stories that will be broken down into tasks and allocated time spent on this task each day of the sprint (because we only have 2 sprints left choose half the user stories for this sprint).
In addition to the backlog you should create a burndown chart to show the rate of progress either via story points completed or hours burned
PFA attachment sprint 1 backlog example document for reference
PFA attachment online payment system document which contains user and user stories on which we need to work and prepare sprint backlog and burndown chart
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Please answer the below Computer Science Assignment Help Build the DOCTIME Knowledge Engine Purpose: The purpose of this project is to reinforce the knowledge you have gained so far about databases, specifically developing a database from business rules.
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Required Items: 1. The Business Rules from the Produce an ER Diagram assignment 2. ERD you constructed as result of the Produce an ER Diagram assignment 3. The 3NF Dependency Diagram you produced as part of the Produce a 3NF Dependency Diagram assignmeNT 4. The final result of the ETL: SQL Statements exercise Project deliverables: 1. Use the Steps below to build the database in MariaDB database. 2. You will produce 5 PDF Documents (Use the SAVE AS or EXPORT command to save as PDF) a. The Submission in BB should appear similarly as follows -SUBMISSIONBusinessRules.pdf ERD.pdf 3NF Dependency Diagram.pdf SQL Documentation.pdf Database Construction Screen Captures.pdf 3. The submission in BB should look similar to the example below

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The topics of reporting and of expert witness testimony are critical aspects of digital forensics. In 500 words and using your own words, explain one thing that makes such reports and testimony more compelling. Explain one risk that failing to write effectively could negatively impact your report or testimony.

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Gottcha anti theft machine

Gottcha anti theft machine.

Problem Statement: The “Gottcha Anti-Theft” Machine There are many anti-theft devices on the market that attempt to foil a would-be robber from starting your car and driving off with it. One popular item has a keypad like a touch-tone telephone. In order to start your car, you must key in a secret four digit decimal code, such as ‘3719’. It only “remembers” the most recent four digits you have keyed in. Thus the sequence ‘3723719’ will let you start your car. For simplicity here we use a code based on a sequence of eight bits, and use two push buttons to enter a sequence serially. Each press of a button enters the corresponding digit. Figure 1. The Gottcha machine in action. As you key in the bits in sequence, the device outputs E = 0 until the most recent eight bits agree with a built-in secret code byte. Then E switches to 1. The shut-off gottcha: If 16 bits are toggled in without the secret code being observed, the system shuts off and won’t accept any more bits. Add a reset button to the system that presumably only the owner could control: when RESET is pressed the system is again enabled and can accept bits. Design and test (on LogicWorks) the miracle Gottcha machine. Do this in two different ways (thus designing and simulating two different circuits): 1) The Factory Preset Model: The specific secret byte preset at the factory MUST be one of your team members’ secret keys. For groups with single member, please use your assigned secret key. A table of secret key corresponding to each student’s RedID is attached to this document. You can find your secret key from the table. All groups, please explicitly explain which key is used for Factory Preset Model in your Readme file. Your group will receive zero point if you don’t follow this key use policy specified above. Do not use registers: solve for the finite state machine with the fewest states and flip-flops possible. Some Hints: 1) These systems have no actual clock – the release of either pushbutton produces a transition that is used to trigger the flip flops involved. The main flip flops in the circuit are triggered by this transition. 2) You might put the outputs of the two pushbuttons into asynchronous inputs of a flip flop, which therefore instantly stores the value (i.e. informs “which” pushbutton was pressed) of the newest input bit. The output of this flip flop is then used as the actual “input” value. 3) Use a shift register in part 2 to store the most recently received bits. Compare the shift register output to the programmed code word. (So part 2 is very simple.) Submission Instructions: a) A one-student group only needs to complete the Factory Preset Model. A two-student group needs to accomplish both the Factory Preset Model and the User-Programmable Model. For one-student groups: please find out your assigned 8-bit binary secrete key associated to your SDSU RedID in the table attached to this document. For two-student groups: please use an 8-bit binary secrete key assigned to one of your members in the table attached; Please tell us which member’s secrete key is used. b) Write a Readme text file that includes (1) your group member names and the contribution of each member (who did what); (2) list each file enclosed in your submission package and briefly explain its function and usage. c) A brief description of the design process you used to obtain the circuits. Be sure to point out why you chose a particular design, along with the steps you took to minimize the amount of hardware required in each case. d) Your LogicWorks files including your circuit schematic file (.cct) and your library file (.clf). In your .cct file, please document each section using the Text tool (Ctrl_E) so that the grader knows how it works. Note that documentation is essential for full credit. e) Zip all your LogicWorks files and the Readme text file into one document and name it using the first initial and the last name of one of your group members (e.g., assume that Nathan Adams is in your group, your zip file should be NAdams.zip). Note that only one member should submit this lab assignment on behalf of the entire group.
Secret key : 10010111

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Information Systems for Business and Beyond Questions:(https://opentextbook.site/informationsystems2019/
C)hapter 7 – study questions 1-10, Exercise 2
Chapter 8- study questions 1-10, Exercise 2
Information Technology and Organizational Learning Assignment:attached textbook)
Chapter 6 – Review the section on knowledge creation, culture, and strategy. Explain how balance scorecards impact knowledge creation, culture, and strategy. Why are these important concepts to understand within an organization?
The above submission should be one -page in length and adhere to APA formatting standards
**Remember the APA cover page and the references (if required) do not count towards the page length**
Note the first assignment should be in one section and the second section should have the information from the Information Technology and Organizational Learning assignment. The paper requirements for the two-pages applies to the second part of the assignment directly related to the Information Technology and Organizational Learning assignment.

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OverviewIn this course, many assignments are paired with tutorials to help you to learn OpenGL and build the computer graphics skills that you will need to successfully complete your coding and design work.
In this assignment, you will create commented code for a 3D pyramid in modern OpenGL.
If you encounter any challenges while completing this assignment, be sure to post your questions or issues to the General Questions discussion. It is essential to ask for help when you need it and successfully complete each activity, as the course will continue to build on earlier learning as your skills progress.
PromptBefore you begin, be sure to review the module resources for this week’s topics. Then, if you have not done so already, navigate to the CS 330 folderin GitHub. From there, download the ZIP file containing all of the items within this folder, including assignment tutorials for Module Two through Module Six. There are two essential parts to these tutorials: the markdown (MD) files that walk you through how to work with different OpenGL capabilities, and the solution (SLN) file that contains all the code for each section of the tutorials. On your own machine, open the solution (SLN) file in Visual Studio and navigate to the Module Three tutorial sections in the Solution Explorer. While you may open the markdown (MD) file using an external text-based program, we recommend you instead follow along with the Module Three Tutorial in GitHub so it is easier to review the different sections, code, and supporting images. Going through all the sections in the tutorial and attempting the embedded exercises will help you practice the skills you will need to demonstrate in this assignment.
Once you understand the content in the tutorial, you will begin this assignment by opening a new Visual Studio project that has all the libraries set up correctly (which you learned how to do in a previous module). The goal of this assignment is to write commented modern OpenGL code to create a 3D pyramid.
Your pyramid should use the indices and the Vertex Array Object, with each vertex on the pyramid being assigned a color of your choice. Employ the Model View Projection matrix to display the pyramid in a perspective angle.
Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:
Create code to address the required functionality. The work you complete in OpenGL must meet the required functionality and visual representation that are outlined for this particular topic. Achieving this result may require multiple attempts or the application of programming strategies, but that is okay! Working in iterations is an important part of any coding project. You may also wish to refer back to relevant sections of this week’s tutorial for further guidance or review.
Apply logic and proper syntax to code. Source code should be free of logical or syntax errors that prevent the application from running as expected. You will be given credit for code that is well on its way to meeting specifications or solving the problem.
Apply commenting and formatting standards to facilitate understanding of the code. All code should be well commented. This is a practiced art that requires clarity and concision. Your comments should explain the purpose of lines or sections of the code and may also include the method you used to achieve a specific task in the code. Be sure to document any sections of code that are producing errors or incorrect results. Also, all code should be organized to meet formatting standards.
Guidelines for SubmissionSubmit a completed ZIP folder with all of your code, which may include one or multiple CPP files along with Visual Studio project files. Also make sure the ZIP folder includes an EXE file, because without this your code will not be able to run. Checking for the EXE can be used as a quick reference on the functionality of your code before you submit. Reference the Visual Studio Export Tutorial, linked in this week’s resources, for guidance on how to download the necessary ZIP folder.
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