Learning Goal: I’m working on a r project and need support to help me learn. Rev

Learning Goal: I’m working on a r project and need support to help me learn.
Review the attached file. Suzie has an issue. She can either move to NY or FL and needs to review some data that her agent gave her. The agent reviewed house prices and crime ratings for houses that Suzie would be interested in based on her selection criteria. She wants to live in an area with lower crime but wants to know a few things:
Is it more expensive or less expensive to live in FL or NY?
Is the crime rate higher in FL or NY (Note a low score in crime means lower crime)?
Is the crime rate higher in lower or higher house price areas?
Using the R tool, show the data in the tool to answer each of the questions. Also, show the data visualization to go along with the summary.
If you were Suzie, where would you move based on the questions above?
After you gave Suzie the answer above (to #4), she gave you some additional information that you need to consider:She has $100,000 to put down for the house.
If she moves to NY she will have a job earning $120,000 per year.
If she moves to FL she will have a job earning $75,000 per year.
She wants to know the following:On average what location will she be able to pay off her house first based on average housing prices and income she will receive?
Where should she move and why? Please show graphics and thoroughly explain your answer here based on the new information provided above.
Note: The screenshots should be copied and pasted and must be legible. Only upload the word document. Be sure to answer all of the questions above and number the answers. Be sure to also explain the rational for each answer and also ensure that there are visuals for each question above. Use two peer reviewed articles to support your position.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a r project and need support to help me learn. My

Learning Goal: I’m working on a r project and need support to help me learn.
My course name is analyzing and visualizing data (ITS 530). before you start working on paper you need to install R and Rstudio. below are the links available for downloading.
1 # https://cran.r-project.org/
2 # https://rstudio.com/products/rstudio/download/#dow…
This is the week 3 homework.
WEEK 3: Review The Power of Good Design and select three of the ten principles noted for good design. Next in R, utilize these three principles in a problem that you will solve. First note the problem to solve, the dataset (where the information was pulled from), and what methods you are going to take to solve the problem.Ensure the problem is simple enough to complete within a two-page document. For example, I need to purchase a house and want to know what my options are given x amount of dollars and x location based on a sample of data from Zillow within each location.
Ensure there is data visualization in the homework and note how it relates to the three principles selected.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a r multi-part question and need an explanation an

Learning Goal: I’m working on a r multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
AD 616: Enterprise Risk Analytics
What to submit?
Please submit (i) a word file explaining in detail your answers to each question (you can use screenshots of the R to explain your answers) with pictures of decision trees (any format, including drawing by hand) AND (ii) R and/or Excel files that you used for calculations.
Video Tech is considering marketing one of two new video games for the coming Holiday season1: Battle Pacific or Space Pirates. Battle Pacific is a unique game and appears to have no competition. Estimated profits (in thousands of dollars) under high, medium, and low demand are as follows:
Reconsider the problem in Question 1. Suppose that the profits (in thousands of dollars) are uncertain.
A company must decide whether to manufacture a component part in its plant or purchase the component part from a supplier. The resulting profit is dependent upon the demand for the product. The following payoff table shows the projected profit (in thousands of dollars):

Demand

Battle Pacific
High
Medium
Low

Profit
$1000
$700
$300

Probability
0.2
0.5
0.3

Video Tech is optimistic about its Space Pirates game. However, the concern is that profitability will be affected by a competitor’s introduction of a video game viewed as similar to Space Pirates. Estimated profits (in thousands of dollars) with and without competition are as follows:
Space Pirates
Demand

With Competition
High
Medium
Low

Profit
$800
$400
$200

Probability
0.3
0.4
0.3

Space Pirates
Demand

Without Competition
High
Medium
Low

Profit
$1600
$800
$400

Probability
0.5
0.3
0.2

For planning purposes, Video Tech believes there is a 0.6 probability that its competitor will produce a new game similar to Space Pirates. Given this probability of competition, the director of planning recommends marketing the Battle Pacific video game. Using expected value, what is your recommended decision and what is the expected profit?
1This problem is adapted from Camm et al., Essentials of Business Analytics, Chapter 12, pp. 586 – 587, Exercise 8, 2015, Cengage Learning.
For Battle Pacific:
When demand is high, the profit is normally distributed with mean 1000 and standard deviation 100.
When demand is medium, the profit is normally distributed with mean 700 and standard deviation 70.
When demand is low, the profit is normally distributed with mean 300 and standard deviation 30.
For Space Pirates with competition:
When demand is high, the profit is normally distributed with mean 800 and standard deviation 80.
When demand is medium, the profit is normally distributed with mean 400 and standard deviation 40.
When demand is low, the profit is normally distributed with mean 200 and standard deviation 20.
When demand is high, the profit is normally distributed with mean 1600 and standard deviation 160.
When demand is medium, the profit is normally distributed with mean 800 and standard deviation 80.
When demand is low, the profit is normally distributed with mean 400 and standard deviation 40.
For Space Pirates without competition:
Incorporate this information to your decision tree. What is the probability that the expected profit will be less than $724.000?
State of Nature

Decision Alternative
Low Demand, s1
Medium Demand,s2
High Demand,s3

Manufacture,d1
-20
40
100

Purchase, d2
10
45
70

The state-of-nature probabilities are P(s1) = 0.35, P(s2) = 0.35, and P(s3) = 0.30.
a.Use a decision tree to recommend a decision.
b.A test market study of the potential demand for the product is expected to report either a favorable (F) or unfavorable (U) condition. The relevant conditional probabilities are as follows:
P(F|s1) = 0.10P(U|s1) =0.90
P(F|s2) = 0.40P(U|s2) = 0.60
P(F|s3) = 0.60P(U|s3) = 0.40
What is the probability that the market research report will be unfavorable?
c.What is the company’s optimal decision strategy?
d.What is the expected value of the market research information?