I need assistance with a Information Systems Risk Management assignment here are the details and directions

Monte Carlo Method


Assignment Preparation: Activities include completing the SkillSoft® courses, watching the Lynda.com® videos, independent student reading, and research.


  • Complete the Skillsoft® course, “Basic Statistics and Graphical Methods for Six Sigma.”
  • Complete the Skillsoft® course, “Risk Management: Assessing Risk.”
  • Watch the Lynda.com video, “Up and Running with Excel What-If Analysis.”
  • Watch the Lynda.com video, “What do you need to know to be an analytics professional?”
  • Watch “Performing Monte Carlo Simulation” of the Lynda.com “Up and Running with Excel What-If Analysis,” video.




Recreate the simulation presented in the “Performing Monte Carlo Simulation” video.


Submit the Microsoft® Excel® spreadsheet along with a 1- to 2-page explanation on how the Monte Carlo tool can be used in risk assessment.

Find the measure of angle ADB, to the neatest tenth

Find the measure of angle ADB, to the neatest tenth

I got 10 the first time and 15 on the second try, I have uploaded the diagram in the attachments

twenty students take a math test. The highest score is 98 points, and the range is 39. What is the…

twenty students take a math test. The highest score is 98 points, and the range is 39. What is the lowest score?


Describe an activity which would help your students learn more about the country and increase their cultural awareness. Avoid lecturing or simply giving out information; ensure students are involved in the learning process.

You may use one of the activities mentioned in the module, however you must provide specific details about the way you would organise the activity in your class. (Min 150 words)

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For your final assignment in this course, you will create a project using the requirements outlined below. You may use your own place of business (preferred) or an existing business that will allow you to perform these exercises. Answers such as “Yes” or “No” are not sufficient to respond to these questions. Final Project Requirements Create an entire SDLC process that will bring added value to a business. Use of the following is mandatory: 1. Planning Phase a. Identify the project—what is it supposed to do? b. Determine the methodology to be used; describe, in detail, why you chose this methodology c. Define/determine business requirements and describe the techniques you will use to gather this information 2. Analysis Phase a. Describe how this project will bring added value to the business. This should be in the form of an actual presentation outline, such as one would read while doing a Power Point presentation to the Board i. Determine who the key players are ii. Describe any known or possible issues that might arise as to why the project will not be approved b. Along with the outline, prepare a Use Case diagram for the new system—ensure you consider staffing, budgets, training, maintenance, etc. 3. Design Phase a. Determine the hardware and software requirements i. Will the existing infrastructure support the project? 1. If not, describe in detail what will be needed. ii. Is new hardware required? iii. Is new software required? 1. If new software is required, how will it be obtained? 2. Is the existing database adequate? b. Create the Project work plan, complete with (projected) timelines using a Gantt chart. 4. Implementation Phase a. Describe how the system is to be implemented; Phased? Turn key? Mirrored? Parallel? b. Describe why the implementation you chose is the best for this project Make sure to include scholarly article to support your project and proper citations.

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1. state your topic
2. define and explain the kind of cause or effect.
3.explain any key terms discussed in the topic 
4.state/give example of the transitional expressions used in the type of paragraph
5.put all of this on power point…. beautiful design and daigrams to support your explanation.
6. provide a handout that serves as a study sheet for your classmates.
7.provide a post test to assess the audiences knowledgr of the concept.

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Module 09 Journal Reflection (B440/GEB4220 Section 05 Managing a Diverse Workforce)

Share your brief responses to the following questions for your 1-page journal entry:

  • What are some of the reasons that people end up on welfare?
  • Compare this with the stereotype that those who are on welfare are there in order to abuse the system. How accurate is this belief?
  • What can you do to educate people about class-related stereotypes and help your workforce overcome classist prejudices?

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LASA 2—Genesis Capital Plan Report

The Genesis operations management team, nearing completion of its agreement with Sensible Essentials, was asked by senior management to present a capital plan for the operating expansion. The capital plan was not to be a wish list but an analysis of the necessary expenditures to successfully establish a fully equipped operating facility overseas.

In addition, senior management requested meaningful financial and operating metrics to ensure that the performance objectives for the facility were being met. The operations management team was given five days to accomplish the following:

  1. Calculate the firm’s WACC.
  2. Prepare and analyze each planned capital expenditure.
  3. Evaluate, rank, and recommend the capital expenditures according to beneficial value to the organization, using evaluation tools NPV, payback, and IRR. Evaluation, ranking, and recommendations should be by category of expenditures. For example, facility, equipment 1, 2, and 3, and inspection.
  4. Using the selected choices in part three, calculate the full cost of establishing a fully equipped facility. This would include the facility, equipment 1, 2, and 3, and inspection. In addition, calculate the payback, NPV, and IRR for the completed facility.
  5. Construct and recommend between three and five metrics to measure the performance of the organization. At least one metric should be dividend decision-making driven.
  6. Prepare an executive summary along with a separate document showing the calculations.

Following the example of the operations management team, do the following:

  1. Download the Capital Budgeting spreadsheet, and compute the WACC for Genesis.
  2. Using the information provided in the spreadsheet, analyze Genesis’s project options.
    Using the information provided, calculate the periodic and cumulative net cash flows for each potential project and its associated options. Please note that there are 5 projects (facility, equipment pieces 1, 2, and 3, and internal inspection) and that each project offers multiple configuration options (facility size, equipment type, etc.).
  3. Evaluate, rank, and recommend a specific option for each capital project according to beneficial value to the organization, using evaluation tools NPV, payback, and IRR.
  4. Construct and recommend between three and five metrics to measure the performance of the new operating strategy. At least one metric should reflect dividend policy as it relates to rewarding shareholders.
  5. Prepare an executive summary describing your recommendations for each project and the overall cost, net cash flows, and expected returns of the operating configuration that you recommend. Be sure to justify your recommendations in terms of the investment criteria applied in Step 3 above. Be sure to report the full cost of the facility as it is configured per your recommendations. Present and justify your operating strategy performance metrics.

Your complete report should include all of your calculations as appendices (5 pages, or 1 page for each project).

Write a 5–6-page report in Word format. Apply APA standards to citation of sources. Use the following file naming convention: LastnameFirstinitial_M6_A2.doc.