Please provide detailed working, can either be handwritten or typed – whichever

Please provide detailed working, can either be handwritten or typed – whichever is more easier for you. Topic of this Assignment is called: Difference Equations and Relations – Functions which is part of the Discrete Mathematics in Computer Science Course.

In this assignment, please watch all videos (Module 10) and build the same hospi

In this assignment, please watch all videos (Module 10) and build the same hospital simulation model using the SIMIO. Feel free to build a 3D animated model as much as you can.
1. After you build your model, please conduct experimentation for your response variables. Feel free to choose your response variables such as scheduled utilization, TIS, maximum TIS, NIS, maximum NIS, etc. I recommend you use at least 6 response variables in your response analysis. By using the ‘set referenced property’ option, select some parameters that you will use in your experimentation with at least 25-50 replications (e.g.: processing time, arrival rate, capacity, etc.)
2. Finally, once you build your final model with experimentation and response variables, please conduct an advanced response sensitivity analysis using the SIMIO. To conduct the response sensitivity analysis, you need to define each input parameter from the ‘input parameters’ option of the SIMIO. Here, you need to select at least 6 input parameters for your sensitivity analysis. You need to explain the results based on generated reports such as pie charts, bar charts, tornado diagrams, etc.
3. Once you build your sensitivity analysis model, please make sure that your number of replications for the previous step is at least 25-50 replications for 100 hours. Then, collect the raw data from the model output and build a multiple regression model using one of the software such as MATLAB, R-Studio, Python, Statistica or Minitab. Then, obtain the coefficients of each input parameter and compare the regression coefficients with the sensitivity analysis results generated by the SIMIO.
4. Please submit your final assignment for the final SIMIO model and prepare one report with all detailed explanations of your experimentation, response/experimental analysis, and input sensitivity analysis. Your report should have a short summary, introduction, methods/data explanation, discussion of results and references (if any).

In this assignment, please watch all videos (Module 10) and build the same hospi

In this assignment, please watch all videos (Module 10) and build the same hospital simulation model using the SIMIO. Feel free to build a 3D animated model as much as you can.
1. After you build your model, please conduct experimentation for your response variables. Feel free to choose your response variables such as scheduled utilization, TIS, maximum TIS, NIS, maximum NIS, etc. I recommend you use at least 6 response variables in your response analysis. By using the ‘set referenced property’ option, select some parameters that you will use in your experimentation with at least 25-50 replications (e.g.: processing time, arrival rate, capacity, etc.)
2. Finally, once you build your final model with experimentation and response variables, please conduct an advanced response sensitivity analysis using the SIMIO. To conduct the response sensitivity analysis, you need to define each input parameter from the ‘input parameters’ option of the SIMIO. Here, you need to select at least 6 input parameters for your sensitivity analysis. You need to explain the results based on generated reports such as pie charts, bar charts, tornado diagrams, etc.
3. Once you build your sensitivity analysis model, please make sure that your number of replications for the previous step is at least 25-50 replications for 100 hours. Then, collect the raw data from the model output and build a multiple regression model using one of the software such as MATLAB, R-Studio, Python, Statistica or Minitab. Then, obtain the coefficients of each input parameter and compare the regression coefficients with the sensitivity analysis results generated by the SIMIO.
4. Please submit your final assignment for the final SIMIO model and prepare one report with all detailed explanations of your experimentation, response/experimental analysis, and input sensitivity analysis. Your report should have a short summary, introduction, methods/data explanation, discussion of results and references (if any).

Complete the problems below. You must show your work to receive full credit. Pr

Complete the problems below. You must show your work to receive full credit.
Problem 1:
To manufacture a widget component requires an overhead (fixed) cost of $4000 and a variable unit cost of $5.50 per unit. What is the total cost and the average cost of producing a lot of 1500 widgets? If the selling price is $16 per unit, what is the break-even point? Explain what the break-even results means in terms of evaluating profit or loss.
Problem 2:
A manufacturing company is negotiating with a potential supplier for the purchase of 150,000 components. The manufacturer uses reverse pricing analysis to estimate the supplier’s variable costs are $7.00 per unit and that fixed costs, depreciation, overhead, etc., are $55,000. The supplier quotes a selling price at $12 per unit. Calculate the estimated average cost per unit. Do you think the supplier is asking too much for their parts? Could the purchasing department negotiate a better price? Explain your answer.
Note 1: In order to earn credit for your answers to the problems, you are required to show all supporting work. You will be expected to use Microsoft Office applications (Excel and Word) when showing your supporting work.
Note 2: If the problem asks you to draw an illustrative figure such as a chart, graph, or diagram, please do so in order to earn credit.

Write a paper that includes the following: Introduction (approximately 100 words

Write a paper that includes the following:
Introduction (approximately 100 words)
Explain your topic and state the specific question that you are addressing.
Presentation of an Argument (approximately 200 words)
Describe the scholarly source on one side of the issue.
Present what you see as the main argument from that source (present the argument in standard form, with the premises listed above the conclusion).
Evaluation of the quality of the reasoning in this source (approximately 200 words)
You may address questions such as the following:
How adequately does the article support the premises of the argument?
How strongly do the premises of the argument support the truth of the conclusion?
What (if any) missing premises would be needed to complete the argument (make it valid/strong)? Are these missing premises justified or merely assumptions?
Presentation of an Opposing Argument (approximately 200 words)
Describe the scholarly source on the other side of the issue.
Present what you see as the main argument from that source in standard form, with the premises listed above the conclusion.
Evaluation of the quality of the reasoning in this source (approximately 200 words)
You may address questions such as the following:
How adequately does the article support the premises of the argument?
How strongly do the premises of the argument support the truth of the conclusion?
What (if any) missing premises would be needed to complete the argument (make it valid/strong)? Are these missing premises justified or merely assumptions?
Evaluation of Arguments in Non-Scholarly and Scholarly Sources (approximately 100 words)
Discuss the differences in the quality of the reasoning or in the degree of support for premises in these scholarly sources contrasted with non-scholarly sources.
If you need support, review the Scholarly and Popular Resources (1) (Links to an external site.) Writing Center video.
Conclusion (approximately 50 words)
Reflect on how this activity might influence how you conduct research in the future.