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# Excel Practical Exam

## Use Microsoft Excel to complete the following exercises individually. Work is to

be submitted electronically. Each exercise should be in separate excel file.

1. Vacation Budget
Before you create the worksheet in Excel, explain where you want to go
and what kind of activities you would like to do while you are there in a
for transportation costs (airfare, car rental, trains, etc.), accommodations,
food, sightseeing and shopping. Include any other activities you might
enjoy. Include a 10% contingency plan for emergencies.
You see an ad for a used car that you would like to buy. The ad says that
the dealer will give anyone a \$1000 trade in on his or her old vehicle. The
asking price for the car (before trade-in) is \$12,000. They will offer you a
4% interest rate for a 3-year loan. What is the amount you need to
finance? Use the PMT function to determine what your monthly payments
will be. Copy the work, and then use the Goal Seek tool to determine
what the asking price of the car, before trade-in, would have to be to make
a monthly payment of \$250. Show both scenarios in your worksheet.
3. Fundraiser
The third annual spring term “Care for Critters” fundraiser was a
tremendous success! There were three posts for the event: a table in
front of the Commons; a booth at Gengras; and another at Konover. The
booth at Commons made \$85 from selling t-shirts, \$30 from selling
stickers, and the donation jar earned \$23.75. At Gengras, the t-shirts
brought in \$75, stickers earned \$10 and the donation jar collected an
additional \$43.95. Konover sold no t-shirts or stickers, but the donation jar
netted a cool \$19.67.
Create a spreadsheet with the appropriate labels, data, formulas and
formatting. How much money did each item make? What was the total
raised at each location? How much did the full fundraiser actually earn?
What percent of the total donation came from each location?
Recreate the table shown below. Determine the average for each
student’s final grade. Alphabetize the list. Using the Lookup formula,
calculate the letter grade for each student whereby anything over 90 is an
A, 80 is a B, 70 is a C, 60 is a D and anything lower is an F. Chart the
final grades in a bar chart.

## Name Exam 1 Exam 2 Exam 3 Final Final Grade Letter Grade

Washington, Adam 80 88 87 94
Stewart, Olive 99 92 96 100
Danforth, Elsie 85 99 82 95
Elton, Roger 56 76 74 70
Banks, Michael 45 35 56 60
Chau, Lisa 100 90 95 100
McDonald, Wendy 75 88 97 89
Renfrew, William 90 90 85 89