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assignment

Directions:-

  • Open a WORD  file and save it as Lastname_Firstname_Chapter3_Project. Note the Lastname and Firstname is your Lastname and your Firstname.

  • Go to Google.com.At the top right of the screen, click on the Apps icon (9 black squares) and click more on the dropdown, and then click Even more from Google.
  • Put your name on the top of the word document.  Type each question ( as shown below) and then find answers to the questions from Google’s site (as indicated above). Sometimes you will copy/paste the answer, sometimes you will need to do a print screen (screen capture).  Complete sentences are not required.
  1. Google allows you to create documents, spread sheets, presentations; what other types of applications are available using Google Hint: look for Home & Office?

  2. Which Google Apps tool allows you to create websites and secure group wikis?

  3. Which Google App allows you to find, edit, and share photos?

  4. Which Google App allows you to search scholarly papers?

  5. What is Google Chrome?

  6. How would you use Google Wallet?

  7. Do you need to have a Google account to use all of these tools? (Answer this based on your experience with today’s project)

  8. What is Earth?

  9. Where can you print with Google Cloud Print?

  10. Go to Google Translate.
    (a) Type in a short phrase in English, and have Google translate the phrase into Spanish.  Do a screen capture*, so I can see the phrase in both languages.  
    (b) Do the same thing with a second phrase, but translate it into any language except Spanish.  Again, do a screen capture so I can see the phrase in both languages. 
  • Save and Upload the document.

Develop a deployment plan for implementation of these polices, standards, and controls.

Develop a deployment plan for implementation of these polices, standards, and controls.

Project: Department of Defense (DoD) Ready

Purpose
This course project is intended to assess your ability to identify, design, and organize information technology (IT) security policies.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes
You will be able to develop draft IT security policies for an organization and apply learning constructs from the course.

Required Source Information and Tools
The following tools and resources will be needed to complete this project:

DoD instructions or directives http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/

Risk Management Framework (RF) for Department of Defense Information Technology (IT) http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/pdf/851001_2014.pdf and http://www.rmf.org/images/stories/rmf_documents/850001_2014.pdf

Department of Defense Information Security Program http://www.fas.org/irp/doddir/dod/5200-1r/

Department of Defense Internet Services and Internet-Based Capabilities http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/pdf/855001p.pdf

Department of Defense Proposes New Information Security Requirements for Contractors: http://www.hldataprotection.com/2010/03/articles/cybersecurity-data-breaches/department-of-defense-proposes-new-information-security-requirements-for-contractors/

School/public library (optional)

Scenario
You work for a high-tech company with approximately 390 employees. Your firm recently won a large DoD contract, which will add 30% to the revenue of your organization. It is a high-priority, high-visibility project. You will be allowed to make your own budget, project timeline, and tollgate decisions.

This course project will require you to form a team and develop the proper DoD security policies required to meet DoD standards for delivery of technology services to the U.S. Air Force Cyber Security Center (AFCSC), a DoD agency. To do this, you must develop DoD-approved policies and standards for your IT infrastructure (see the “Tasks” section below). The policies you create must pass DoD-based requirements. Currently, your organization does not have any DoD contracts and thus has no DoD-compliant security policies or controls in place.

Your firm’s computing environment includes the following:

12 servers running Microsoft Server 2012 R2, providing the following:

Active Directory (AD)

Domain Name System (DNS)

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) application (Oracle)

A Research and Development (R&D) Engineering network segment for testing, separate from the production environment

Microsoft Exchange Server for e-mail

Symantec e-mail filter

Websense for Internet use

Two Linux servers running Apache Server to host your Web site

390 PCs/laptops running Microsoft Windows 7 or Windows 8, Microsoft Office 2013, Microsoft Visio, Microsoft Project, and Adobe Reader

Tasks
You should:

Select a team leader for your project group.

Create policies that are DoD compliant for the organization’s IT infrastructure.

Develop a list of compliance laws required for DoD contracts.

List controls placed on domains in the IT infrastructure.

List required standards for all devices, categorized by IT domain.

Develop a deployment plan for implementation of these polices, standards, and controls.

List all applicable DoD frameworks in the final delivery document.

Write a professional report that includes all of the above content-related items.

Submission Requirements
· Format: Microsoft Word

· Font: Times New Roman, Size 12, Double-Space

· Citation Style: APA format

· At least 10 references (including the book)

· Length10-12 pages (not including title page and references pages)

Self-Assessment Checklist
I developed a list of compliance laws required for DoD contracts.

I listed controls placed on domains in the IT infrastructure.

I listed required standards for all devices, categorized by IT domain.

I developed DoD policies and standards for our organization’s IT infrastructure.

I developed a deployment plan for implementation of these polices, standards, and controls.

I listed all applicable DoD frameworks in the final report.

I found additional references/resources than those provided.

I created an academic paper describing the policies, standards, and controls that would make our organization DoD compliant.

I submitted my work by the due date including the PPT slides.

Your paper should not be in list format. It should be in proper paper format with paragraphs, section headings, and properly formatted sentences. Lists can be used, but kept to a minimum throughout the document.

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Assignment6

You can look at the Java programs in the text book to see how comments are added to programs.

Minimal Submitted Files

You are required, but not limited, to turn in the following source files:

Assignment6.java (No need to modify) 

Movie.java (No need to modify, modified version from the assignment 4)

Review.java (No need to modify) 

CreatePane.java – to be completed

ReviewPane.java – to be completed

You might need to add more methods than the specified ones.

Skills to be Applied:

JavaFX, ArrayList

Classes may be needed:  

Button, TextField, TextArea, Label, RadioButton, ListView, and ActionHandler. You may use other classes.

Here is the Assignmnet6.java: 

import javafx.application.Application;
import javafx.stage.Stage;
import javafx.scene.Scene;
import javafx.scene.control.Tab;
import javafx.scene.control.TabPane;
import javafx.scene.layout.StackPane;
import java.util.ArrayList;
public class Assignment6 extends Application
{
    private TabPane tabPane;
    private CreatePane createPane;
    private ReviewPane reviewPane;
    private ArrayList<Movie> movieList;
    public void start(Stage stage)
    {
        StackPane root = new StackPane();
        //movieList to be used in both createPane & reviewPane
        movieList = new ArrayList<Movie>();
        reviewPane = new ReviewPane(movieList);
        createPane = new CreatePane(movieList, reviewPane);
        tabPane = new TabPane();
        Tab tab1 = new Tab();
        tab1.setText("Movie Creation");
        tab1.setContent(createPane);
        Tab tab2 = new Tab();
        tab2.setText("Movie Review");
        tab2.setContent(reviewPane);
        tabPane.getSelectionModel().select(0);
        tabPane.getTabs().addAll(tab1, tab2);
        root.getChildren().add(tabPane);
        Scene scene = new Scene(root, 700, 400);
        stage.setTitle("Movie Review Apps");
        stage.setScene(scene);
        stage.show();
    }
    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
        launch(args);
    }
}

Here is Movie.java:

public class Movie

 {

   private String movieTitle;

     private int year;

     private int length;

     private Review bookReview;

   //Constructor to initialize all member variables

   public Movie()

    {

      movieTitle = “?”;

      length = 0;

      year = 0;

      bookReview = new Review();

    }

   //Accessor methods

   public String getMovieTitle()

    {

      return movieTitle;

    }

   public int getLength()

    {

      return length;

    }

   public int getYear()

    {

  return year;

}

   public Review getReview()

    {

       return bookReview;

    }

   //Mutator methods

   public void setMovieTitle(String aTitle)

    {

     movieTitle = aTitle;

    }

   public void setLength(int aLength)

    {

     length = aLength;

    }

   public void setYear(int aYear)

    {

        year = aYear;

    }

   public void addRating(double rate)

     {

         bookReview.updateRating(rate);

     }

   //toString() method returns a string containg the information on the movie

   public String toString()

    {

      String result = “\nMovie Title:\t\t” + movieTitle

                    + “\nMovie Length:\t\t” + length

                    + “\nMovie Year:\t\t” + year

                    + “\n” + bookReview.toString() + “\n\n”;

      return result;

     }

  }

Here is Review.java:

import java.text.DecimalFormat;
public class Review
 {
   private int numberOfReviews;
   private double sumOfRatings;
   private double average;
   //Constructor to initialize all member variables
   public Review()
    {
     numberOfReviews = 0;
     sumOfRatings = 0.0;
     average = 0.0;
    }
   //It updates the number of REviews and avarage based on the
   //an additional rating specified by its parameter
   public void updateRating(double rating)
    {
      numberOfReviews++;
      sumOfRatings += rating;
      if (numberOfReviews > 0)
       {
        average = sumOfRatings/numberOfReviews;
       }
      else
        average = 0.0;
    }
   //toString() method returns a string containg its review average
   //and te number of Reviews
   public String toString()
    {
      DecimalFormat fmt = new DecimalFormat("0.00");
      String result = "Reviews:\t" + fmt.format(average) + "("
                    + numberOfReviews + ")";
      return result;
     }
  }

Here is CreatePane.java:

import java.util.ArrayList;

import javafx.scene.layout.HBox;

//import all other necessary javafx classes here

//—-

public class CreatePane extends HBox

{

    private ArrayList<Movie> movieList;

    //The relationship between CreatePane and ReviewPane is Aggregation

    private ReviewPane reviewPane;

    //constructor

    public CreatePane(ArrayList<Movie> list, ReviewPane rePane)

     {

        this.movieList = list;

        this.reviewPane = rePane;

        //Step #1: initialize each instance variable and set up the layout

        //—-

        //create a GridPane hold those labels & text fields

        //consider using .setPadding() or setHgap(), setVgap()

        //to control the spacing and gap, etc.

        //—-

        //You might need to create a sub pane to hold the button

        //—-

        //Set up the layout for the left half of the CreatePane.

        //—-

        //the right half of this pane is simply a TextArea object

        //Note: a ScrollPane will be added to it automatically when there are no

        //enough space

        //Add the left half and right half to the CreatePane

        //Note: CreatePane extends from HBox

        //—-

        //Step #3: register source object with event handler

        //—-

    } //end of constructor

    //Step 2: Create a ButtonHandler class

    //ButtonHandler listens to see if the button “Create a Movie” is pushed or not,

    //When the event occurs, it get a movie’s Title, Year, and Length

    //information from the relevant text fields, then create a new movie and add it inside

    //the movieList. Meanwhile it will display the movie’s information inside the text area.

    //It also does error checking in case any of the textfields are empty or non-numeric string is typed

    private class ButtonHandler implements EventHandler<ActionEvent>

     {

        //Override the abstact method handle()

        public void handle(ActionEvent event)

         {

            //declare any necessary local variables here

            //—

            //when a text field is empty and the button is pushed

            if ( //—-  )

                {

                    //handle the case here

                }

                else //for all other cases

                {

                    //—-

                    //at the end, don’t forget to update the new arrayList

                    //information on the ListView of the ReviewPane

                    //—-

                    //Also somewhere you will need to use try & catch block to catch

                    //the NumberFormatException

                }

         } //end of handle() method

   } //end of ButtonHandler class

}

Here is ReviewPane.java

import javafx.scene.control.ListView;

import javafx.collections.FXCollections;

import javafx.collections.ObservableList;

import javafx.scene.layout.VBox;

import javafx.event.ActionEvent; //**Need to import to handle event

import javafx.event.EventHandler; //**Need to import to handle event

import java.util.ArrayList;

import javafx.scene.layout.HBox;

//import all other necessary javafx classes here

//—-

public class ReviewPane extends VBox

{

   private ArrayList<Movie> movieList;

   //A ListView to display movies created

   private ListView<Movie> movieListView;

   //declare all other necessary GUI variables here

   //—-

   //constructor

   public ReviewPane(ArrayList<Movie> list)

   {

       //initialize instance variables

       this.movieList = list;

       //set up the layout

       //—-

       //ReviewPane is a VBox – add the components here

       //—-

       //Step #3: Register the button with its handler class

       //—-

   } //end of constructor

 //This method refresh the ListView whenever there’s new movie added in CreatePane

 //you will need to update the underline ObservableList object in order for ListView

 //object to show the updated movie list

 public void updateMovieList(Movie newMovie)

 {

     //——-

 }

 //Step 2: Create a RatingHandler class

 private class RatingHandler implements EventHandler<ActionEvent>

    {

        //Override the abstact method handle()

        public void handle(ActionEvent event)

        {

            //When “Submit Review” button is pressed and a movie is selected from

            //the list view’s average rating is updated by adding a additional

            //rating specified by a selected radio button

            if (//—-)

                {

                    //—-

                }

        }

    } //end of RatingHandler

} //end of ReviewPane class

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English for awesome writers

English for awesome writers

Library Assignment—English 3010—Winter 2019

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Library Assignment—English 3010—Winter 2019 Please put a numbered list with the answers to each of the following 7 questions into the text-entry box in Canvas for this assignment before Saturday, October 13 at 11:30 p.m. 1) Go to the WSU Library System homepage (https://library.wayne.edu). You may want to bookmark this site. Scroll to the bottom of the page where the actual links you’ll need are hidden in tiny light-grey on dark-grey font. Click on “hours” in the third column from the left, headed “Libraries.” What time does the Purdy/Kresge library close today? 2) Now, go back to the library homepage and click on the “Article Databases” link either at the top or the bottom of the page in the first column under “Resources.” Click on the “P” under the search boxes. On the resulting page, scroll down to the link for “PsycArticles” and click on it. In the library or elsewhere on campus, this will take you directly to the database; if you’re at home, you’ll get the “EZProxy Login” screen, and you’ll log in using your WSU “access i.d.” and your e-mail password. On the PsycARTICLES page, click on the blue “Advanced Search” link below the search box. In the first search box, type “methylphenidate” and change the dropdown option at the end of that row from “Select a Field (optional)” to “SU Subjects.” In the search box in the next row, type “rats.” In the third row, type in “McDougall” (spell carefully), and change the dropdown to “AU author.” Click the green “Search” button. In the search result that comes up next will be a citation for an article entitled “Effects of repeated methylphenidate treatment in the young rat [ . . . ]” by McDougall, et al. (it should be the first citation) and click on the “PDF Full Text ” link at the bottom of the reference. This will go to a window in which the .pdf of the article will appear (if your browser can open .pdf’s). In the first sentence of the first full paragraph in the right column of the first page of the article, what do the authors say were the three psychostimulants were used in the cited study by Castro, et al. on chronic treatment in adult rats? 3) Return again to the library system homepage. Click on the “Article Databases” link again. Click on “C” this time. Find CINAHL Complete on the resulting list and click on it. Just as PsychArticles is an important database for doing research in the professional journal literature for Psychology, so CINAHL is the database for the journal literature in Nursing (the acronym stands for “Current Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature”). Here, we’re supposing that you’re looking for articles in the Nursing journals comparing the barrier effectiveness of latex and nitrile gloves, the idea being to avoid allergic complications that arise with latex, but without adopting an unreliable alternative. In CINAHL, used the “Advanced Search” option to search “latex gloves” (which you should literally put in quotation marks, just as you see it here, because that lets the system know you literally want to search the phrase “latex gloves.” You should do this whenever you are searching a phrase and not just single words) in the first search box and just the word nitrile in the search box below it. Click the green “Search” button. In the search results, find the article entitled “In-use barrier integrity of gloves: latex and nitrile superior to vinyl.” It will probably be the 8th entry in the list. Click on the

“ ” button at the bottom of the citation. This should take you directly to an html version of the article, but download the .pdf from the link in the upper left, just for

Library Assignment—English 3010—Winter 2019

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practice in doing this. In the abstract at the beginning of the article under “Results: ,” find the failure rates for vinyl, latex and nitrile gloves after “manipulation.” What are those failure rates (%)? 4) Now, the tricky part: Go back to the previous screen with the html version of the article. On the right side of the window is the “360 Link” information headed by the WSU logo. Look at the bottom of that column under “Still need help?” See where it says, “Still no full-text?” Had this article not been available online, you’d have needed this information to find it through alternate means. Let’s see if the library has it in print, too. Click the link that says “Check catalog by journal ISSN.” Does the WSU library system have this article in print? Here, you’ll want to be sure to check the holdings information in the box at the top of the record to see if we have the date you need (the date of the article, which is listed in its citation in your search result). If WSU does have the journal for that date (October 1999, volume 27, issue number 5), which library has it? 5) Now, close the two excess windows or tabs and return yet again to the library homepage. Click on the link at the top of the page labeled “CATALOG” to get into the library’s catalog system. In the default search box, type the title Hard Times into the box next to the pulldown menu which defaults to a “KEYWORD” search. Change that pulldown option to “TITLE.” Click the “Submit” button. As you can see from the search result here, there are many items in the library’s catalog which have titles that begin “hard times.” Here’s the thing: What we want to find in this search is the novel by Charles Dickens entitled Hard Times, which is also sometimes known as Hard Times for These Times, so look for the entry under that full title (it will probably be #16). It will be the one which indicates that there are “6 entries” under that more specific title. Click on that link. Name one WSU library in which it’s located. What is its call number in that library? 6) One of the most important and often-used reference books is the Statistical Abstract of the United States. Search for it by its title in the library system catalog. In the resulting list, find the 2012 edition. It should be number 5. What WSU library has it in hard copy (on the shelf, not online) and what is the call number of the latest (2012) edition that they have? (Hint: we’re looking at “Location” at the bottom of the box at the top of the record; the call number is a SuDocs number, not an ordinary Library of Congress number.) 7) Return one last time to the library homepage and click again on the “Catalog” link, and then enter the title “new york times historical” in the “Simple search” portion of the box. This should retrieve one entry only. In large, green letters, there’s a link with the full title “New York Times Historical Full-Text” near the top of that catalog record (it’s the section labeled “Click to access database or publisher website” with weird capitalization). Click on that. This takes you to what is actually a complete electronic database of all of the New York Times newspaper from the years 1851-2009. In fact, it includes facsimiles of the actual pages from the Times.

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Click on the “Advanced Search” link right below the title—it says “ProQuest Historical Newspapers: The New York Times (1851-2010).” On the resulting search screen, go down to the section headed “Publication date:” select “on this date” from the pulldown menu and enter your date of birth by using the date and month pulldowns and by typing in the year. Then click the blue-green Search button below and to the right. Look through the New York Times headlines from the day you were born, pick an interesting one, and click on the headline (title). In the record for that article, click on the “Browse this issue” link on the right side under the WSU logo (not the PDF link). This will be a reproduction of the entire page of the Times on which that particular article appeared with the selected article highlighted. Now, click on that facsimile page on a different article from the one with the headline that originally led you to that page map (the page will have separate links for each article on the page). Now that you’ve seen it, what’s the headline for that second article? Okay, that’s it. You’re finished. This is, of course, not nearly all you need to know about library research, but it’s enough to keep you more or less sane until you can get help if you need it. That’s an important point, because you should be aware that, when all else fails, ask a librarian. They’re professionals at this stuff—master’s degrees and everything—and it’s their job to help you figure out what they’ve done with all the stuff you need to find. Remember that you should just enter a numbered list with your answers to the above questions in the text-entry box for this assignment before 11:30 p.m. on Saturday October 13.

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IS 312 Homework 3: Access Queries

IS 312 Homework 3: Access Queries [10+1 points]
Assigned 2/11 for Mon and 2/12 for TR; Due 2/18 and 2/19 respectively

• All the problems will use the “Restaurants-2018” Access database.
• All answers must be typed, 12-point font (or equivalent) to facilitate  my remarks and corrections (2-point penalty for violation).
• Solutions must be assembled in the right order (2-point penalty for out of order).
• All questions must print out design view and datasheet view, with  design view before datasheet view. [Design view can only be obtained  through screen print]
o Order of assembly: Q1 design, Q1 data; then Q2 design, Q2 data, etc.

Problem 1 (3 points). Create query with AND and OR.

Create a query to display restaurant ID, city, state, annual sales, and square footage, for
those restaurants in California with sales not more than $400,000,
or
those restaurants in the cities of Miami or Orlando, with sales not less  than half a million. [Watch out this part – “cities of Miami or  Orlando”]

Problem 2 (4 points). Total query. Create a total query with grouping, interpret the outcome of the query.

Create a total query –
grouped by city,
count the restaurant ID,
sum on square footage,
min on date opened.
*** interpret the outcome of the query, in bullet form (so you will have three bullet points).

Problem 3 (4 points). Create a query with calculated fields.

Create a query with calculated fields –
1) Year_In_Biz, which is defined as the years a restaurant is in business, rounded to 1 decimal place;
2) Sale_Per_SqFt, which is annual sales divided by square footage, rounded to 0 decimal place.
3) Conditions: Year_In_Biz at least 18, AND Sale_Per_SqFt at least $350/ft

*For Zeek* Case Study Assignment

For Zeek Case Study Assignment

Fieldwork portion attached: Language is boundlessly diverse and always changing, and to fully understand linguistics, we must move beyond theory and engage with individuals as they learn and use language. To this effect, you will be working with a student or second language learner. Through all of these elements, be sure to pay particular attention to language structure and acquisition.

Fieldwork Journal (100 points)

There are two main components of the Fieldwork Journal: (1) notes, and (2) reflection and analysis. During these hours of engagement, you should be taking detailed notes (attached). In addition to your notes, you will include a reflection on your experience this week and/or analysis of the student or partner’s use of language and acquisition process. Topics may include stage of language acquisition, progress and regression, response to difficulty, points of cultural interest, connections to the textbook and other class subjects, and any surprising linguistic moments or idiosyncrasies.

Case Study (200 points)

The primary writing portion of this assignment is a case study designed to provide the opportunity to apply your knowledge of language structure and acquisition in a hands-on context. You will write a detailed analysis of this individual or individuals, including his or her linguistic behaviors, relationships with peers and instructor, and stage of language development, distinctive language markers, in both written and oral contexts. Also consider factors such as culture, family, school environment, age, gender, ethnicity, language spoken in the home, and other personal and demographic information. When possible, analyze writing samples by your subject/partner, and potentially from his/her peers, to gather contextual information. Your case study should be a collection of descriptive data as well as an analysis and evaluation of this information in a 4-6 page essay in MLA or APA format.

*Please use textbook topics such as these to incorporate into the analysis:

-Phonology

-Morphology

-Semantics

-First & Second Language Acquisition

-Language Acquisition Theories/theorists such as:

· Noam Chomsky

· Structural Linguistics

· Transformational/Generative Linguistics

· Cognitive Linguistics

· Prescriptive/Traditional Linguistics

· The “universal grammar”

· Behaviorism

· Social Interactionism

-Historical linguistics

Attached is a SAMPLE case study from my teacher for reference of what should be included in the paper along with pics of textbook pages to use as a source for analysis AND my fieldwork observations (handwritten and typed)

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Assignment 6 VoIP Part 4 (Risk Register)

Using the Delphi technique, your team constructed the following risks register for the VoIP project containing the risk, the likelihood of its occurrence on a scale of 1 (least likely) to 5 (most likely), and the potential negative impact on the project on the same scale. In addition, they recommended the appropriate response and identified its type for one of the risks identified.

#

Risk

Likelihood (1-5)

Impact (1-5)

Response Type

Response

1

Project Delay due to   lack of resources

3

5

2

Project runs out of   funds before completion

1

5

3

Users reject new system

2

4

4

Defective Hardware

1

5

5

New government   regulations introduced during deployment increase the cost of running VoIP.

2

3

6

A Yearly Renewal Fee   issued on the legacy system due to delay of over 30 days in deployment of the   new system

1

4

Mitigation

Schedule check 30 days   before project deadline to determine if action needs to be taken to avoid   delay. Decision tree will be utilized.

Write a three to five (3-5) page paper in which you:

  1. Explain risk management and      its associated activities and defend the need for a risk management plan.
  2. Describe the Delphi      technique used to identify risks and infer n types of projects where this      technique is most accurate.
  3. Examine the four (4) types      of risk response (ie., avoidance, acceptance, transference, and      mitigation) and determine the appropriate situation where each should be      used.
  4. Complete the table with the      risk response type (i.e.., avoidance, acceptance, transference, and      mitigation) and a description of the response.
  5. Create a decision tree      diagram with the software of your choice (Word, PowerPoint, Visio, etc.)      and make an OFFICE document or PDF to address Risk Number 6.
  6. Assume that when you      check the schedule on day 60 of the project, it becomes evident that two      additional engineers are needed to ensure on-time completion of the      project. The engineers cost $25,000 each and a fee of $120,000 is issued      by the legacy provider. The probability of completing the project on time      is as follows: With the current personnel – 60%; With one engineer – 80%;      With both engineers – 98%.
  7. Fully explain your rationale      in the document you create. How does your decision tree flow? What are      your decision points, and most importantly, what is your recommendation      and how did you arrive at this conclusion? Is there a point of diminishing      return where it would be so expensive that it wouldn’t be worth it to      employ the additional resources? Why or why not? Be sure to use proper      business communication and consider your audience to be business leaders      in the organization at which you are employed. Remember, 100% original      work is required. Research on the Internet is fine, but do not submit work      that is not your own, and do not submit work that you’ve submitted      anywhere previously. Plagiarism detection tools will be used to ensure      originality.

Your assignment must follow thee formatting requirements:

· Be typed, double-spaced, use Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA Style Guide (Edition 6).  Check with your professor for any additional instructions.

· Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length. 

· Include the decision three diagram created in your chosen software. The completed decision tree must be imported into the Word document before the paper is submitted.

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