Briefly describe how these computations were done, but you do not have to present the actual computations. Include the spreadsheet/chart for your analysis as an appendix to your report.

The Executive Summary includes the material in the interim presentation and extend this to complete the numerical evaluation of alternatives. The length of the Executive Summary must be less than eight double-spaced typewritten pages, excluding tables or figures. With the exception of the Conclusions section, the audience is the same as for the interim presentation. Address the Conclusions section to a less technical audience, as discussed below.You must use the following table of contents for the written report and label each section:•Problem Background: A brief description of the background of this problem.•Problem Statement: The same as the corresponding section in the interim report, except for any updates or changes.•Objective(s) The same as the corresponding section in the interim report, except for any updates or changes.•Decision Alternatives: The same as the corresponding section in the interim report, except for any updates or changes.•Data Collection and Evaluation Measure Scores: Similar to the corresponding section in the interim presentation, except for any updates or changes. Provide references for data sources (where did you get your information from), including interviews with experts, in standard bibliography style.•Value Calculations, Scenarios and Analysis: Present the value calculations/analysis for the alternatives for each scenario (how you evaluated each alternative). Briefly describe how these computations were done, but you do not have to present the actual computations. Include the spreadsheet/chart for your analysis as an appendix to your report. Conduct and present a systematic analysis (what you measured and how)