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1. The table shows part of a spreadsheet file.

 A B C D Cost of One Item In Stock 1 Serial Number Item (Y/N) 2 X21345 Waste Paper Basket 2.00 N 3 X23425 Pencil (Box of 20) 4.00 Y 4 X24324 Photocopying Paper (500 sheets) 2.50 Y 5 X25342 Disks (Box of 10) 15.00 N 6 X26435 Stapler 5.00 Y (a) Give the cell reference that contains the cost of a stapler. [1] (b) Ring one cell containing numeric data. [1] (c) Identify a column that contains data that is left justified. [1] (d) Identify one column that should be formatted as currency. [1] (e) Give one advantage of entering just ‘Y’ or ‘N’ in the ‘In Stock (Y/N)’ column rather than the full words ‘Yes’ or ‘No’. [1]

2. This is a spreadsheet of the money that Kathryn has spent in one week.

 A B C D 1 Cost Totals 2 Travel 3 Bus fares to school 7.5 4 Bus fares to home 7.5 5 Total bus fares 15 6 7 8 Food and drink 9 Drinks 10.80 10 Chocolate bars 4.5 11 Sandwiches 3.75 12 Packets of crisps 2.5 13 Total food and drink costs 21.55 14 15 Total Spent 16

(a) Describe how Kathryn would make a chart on her computer of the amounts spent on food and drink.

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 (b) The amounts in columns C and D should be formatted. Describe how this could be done. [2] (c) Write a suitable formula to be put into cell D15 to calculate the total amount spent. [2]

3. The following questions are about this spreadsheet. Formulas are used to calculate the values in columns D and E and rows 13 and 14.

 A B C D E 1 Monthly Invoice 2 Customer Whole Foods Emporium 3 Item Description Cost per Number Trade Discount Item Total Item Ordered 4 Traditional Coffee £5.99 10 £14.98 £44.93 Stockholm Roast £5.99 £7.49 £22.46 5 Coffee 5 6 Breakfast Blend Coffee £7.99 12 £23.97 £71.91 7 Colombian Coffee £12.99 16 £51.96 £155.88 8 Brazilian Coffee £14.99 22 £82.45 £247.34 Arabica Coffee 19 £57.00 £171.00 9 Beans 12.99 Decaffeinated £5.99 £34.44 £103.33 10 Coffee 23 11 Indian Tea £3.99 44 £43.89 £131.67 12 Yorkshire Tea £4.99 16 £19.96 £59.88 13 Total order value £1008.39 14 Average Item Value £8.32 (a)

Trade Discount is calculated by multiplying Cost per Item by the Number Ordered and multiplying the result by 25%. The formula in cell D4 is

A =(B4*C4)*25%

B =(B4-C4)*25%

C =B4-(C4*25%)

D =(B4*C4*)-25%

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 (b) The formula for the Average Item Value in cell B14 is A =AVERAGE(B3:E12) B =AVERAGE(B3:B12) C =AVERAGE(B4:B12) D =AVERAGE(B4:B14) [1] (c) The formula for the Item Total for Brazilian Coffee in cell E8 is =(B8*C8)-D8. The formula for the Item Total for Yorkshire Tea in cell E12 is A =B12-C12/D12 B =B12*C12+D12 C =B12-C12*D12 D =(B12*C12)-D12 [1] (d) To position the heading in row 1, the user A split cells A1:E1 B merged cells A1:E1 C inserted cells A1:E1 D deleted cells A1 and E1 [1] (e) The heading Monthly Invoice in row 1 is aligned A right horizontally B centre vertically C left horizontally D top vertically [1]

 (f) The values in the column Cost per Item have been presented inconsistently due to variation in A formatting B alignment C borders D font [1] (g) To create a bar chart to compare the Item Total for each item, the cell ranges required are A A3:A12 and E3:E12 B A4:A12 and E4:E14 C A3:A12 and E3:E14 D A4:A12 and E4:E12 [1] (h) The number of items with a Cost per Item greater than the Average Item Value is A 1 B 3 C 6 D 8 [1]

(i) Trade discount is calculated by multiplying Cost per Item by the Number Ordered and multiplying the result by 25%. If the value in cell B12 is changed to £6.99, the values that will change automatically are in cells

A C12, D12, E12, E13

B B14, D10, E10, E13

C B14, D12, E12, E13

D B14, E12, D13, D14

 [1] 4. State four ways that the staff at Prince’s Theatre could make use of a spreadsheet. For each way state an advantage to the theatre. Way 1 Advantage 1 Way 2 Advantage 2 Way 3 Advantage 3 Way 4 Advantage 4 [8]

 A B C D E F 1 Kerver Ltd – Advertising Budget 2 APRIL 2004 Balance Balance 3 Category brought forward Budget Actual spend Variance carried forward 4 Local radio £44 £400 £457 14.25% –£13 5 Newspaper £180 £1,200 £1,100 –8.33% £280 6 Leaflets £65 £250 £225 –10.00% £90 7 Posters £89 £475 £400 –15.79% £164 8 Sponsorship –£32 £300 £300 0.00% –£32 9 Competitions £54 £550 £550 0.00% £54 10 Total £3,175 £3,032

(a) The text in row 2 could be positioned as shown by

A merging cell range A2:F2

B changing the font format

C increasing the width of column A

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 (b) Balance carried forward is Balance brought forward plus Budget less Actual spend. The formula in cell F4 is A =B4+C4-D4 B =D4-C4+B4 C =B4-C4+D4 D =F4+C4-D4 [1] (c) Entries in cell range F5:F9 could have been completed by entering a formula in cell F4 and then A copying the contents of cell F4 and pasting it to cell F9 B replicating the contents of cell F3 to cell range F4:F9 C replicating the contents of cell F4 to cell range F5:F9 D using the SUM function in the formula in cell F4 [1] (d) If the formula in cell D10 was changed to =MAX(D6:D9) the value in cell D10 would change to A £1,100 B £550 C £457 D £225 [1] (e) The formula that would calculate the average Variance is A =SUM(E4:E9) B =SUM(E4:E10) C =AVERAGE(E4:E9) D =AVERAGE(E4:F10) [1]

 (f) Variance is Actual spend less Budget with the result divided by Budget. The formula in cell E4 is A =D4-C4/C4 B =(D4-C4/C4) C =(D4-C4)/C4 D =D4-(C4/C4) [1] (g) The cell ranges to produce a bar chart to compare Budget with Actual spend are A C4:C10 and D4:B10 B C4:C9 and D4:D10 C C3:C8 and D3:D8 D C3:C9 and D3:D9 [1]

6. The following questions are about this spreadsheet. Formulas are used to calculate values in columns b and F and rows 11 and 12.

 A B C D E F 1 Cosmetic Costs 2 Item Cost Size(ml) Cost per ml Packaging Packaging as % of Total Cost 3 Fragrance £29.00 30 £0.97 £3.60 11% 4 Cream £6.99 15 £0.47 £2.30 25% 5 Spray £13.95 50 £0.28 £2.56 16% 6 Bath oil £18.00 75 £0.24 £2.80 13% 7 Bath crystals £6.85 40 £0.17 £1.50 18% 8 Bath essence £15.90 100 £0.16 £1.50 9% 9 Bath cream £16.50 120 £0.14 £1.79 10% 10 Lotion £12.80 150 £0.09 £3.40 21% 11 Minimum Cost of Packaging £1.50 12 Average Cost of Packaging £2.43

(a) The text in row 1 could have been positioned as shown by

 A splitting cell range C1:E1 B shading cell range A1:F1 C merging cell range C1:E1 B merging cell range A1:F1

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 (b) Packaging as % of Total Cost is Packaging divided by the result of Cost plus Packaging. The formula in cell F3 is A =E3/B3+E3 B =E3/(B3+E3) C =(E3/B3)+E3 D =(E3/B3+E3) [1] (c) The formula in cell El2 is A =SUM(E3:Ell)/9 B =AVERAGE(E3:E10)/8 C =AVERAGE(E3:E10) D =AVERAGE(E3:E11) [1] (d) The entries in cell range D3:D10 could have been completed by entering a formula into cell D3 and then A merging cell D3 with cell range D4:D10 B replicating the formula in cell D3 to cell range D4:D10 C entering the formula in cell D3 into the cells in the range D4:D10 B cutting the formula from cell D3 and pasting it to cell range D4:D10 [1] (e) The cell ranges to produce a bar chart to compare Cost with Packaging are A D3:D10 and E3:E10 B B3:B10 and D3:D10 C B3:B10 and E3:E12 D B3:B10 and E3:E10 [1]

(f) If the formula in cell E11 is changed to =MAX(E3:E10), the value in cell E11 will change to

A £1.50

B £2.43

C £3.40

D £3.60

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7. Formulas are used to calculate values in columns G and H and row 11.

 A B C D E F G H 1 FOURNIER COMPUTERS – SALES – 1ST QUARTER 2004 Item Discount 2 Item Sales Price Discount Price Income 3 April May June 4 24 Speed CD-ROM 11 9 7 £38.55 5% £36.62 £988.74 5 32 Speed CD-ROM 31 36 44 £87.44 7.5% £80.88 £8,977.68 6 1Mb Graphics Card 8 6 5 £18.02 0% £18.02 £342.38 7 2Mb Graphics Card 69 72 86 £20.86 0% £20.86 £4,735.22 8 Mini Tower Case 57 55 49 £25.15 5% £23.89 £3,846.29 9 15" Monitor 26 28 31 £99.99 10% £89.99 £7,649.15 £105.8 10 17" Monitor 40 44 47 9 10% £95.30 £12,484.30 11 Totals 242 250 269 £39,023.76 12 Average Income for Items Listed £5,574.82
 (a) Discount Price is Item Price less Item Price multiplied by Discount. The formula in cell G8 is A =E8-E8*F8 B =E8*F8-E8 C =E8-E8-F8 D =(E8-E8)*F8 [1] (b) The heading Sales has been positioned by merging A cell range B2:D2 B cell range B2:D3 C cell range A2:A3 D cell B2 [1]

 (c) A formula to display the highest May sales for any item would be A =SUM(C4:C10) B =SUM(A4:C10) C =MAX(C4:C10) D =MAX(C4:C11) [1] (d) Income is the total of Sales for April, May and June multiplied by Discount Price. The formula in cell H4 is A =B4+C4+D4*G4 B =G4-SUM(B4:D4) C =G4+SUM(B4:D4) D =SUM(B4:D4)*G4 [1] (e) The formula =AVERAGE(D4:D10) would give the value for A Average Sales B Average Sales in June C Average Discount Price D Average Monthly Income [1] (f) The formula in cell G4 can be automatically placed in cell range G5:G10 by A formatting cell range G5:G10 B increasing the row height of row 4 C merging cell G4 with cell range G5:G10 D replicating the contents of cell G4 to cell range G5:G10 [1] 8. The application software best suited to carry out numerical calculations is A graphics B browser C spreadsheet D word processing [1]

9. The spreadsheet below shows the results of a national survey of 1325 people who used the Internet to find health information.

 Total answered questionnaire 1325 Age Male Female 11-20 years 20 19 21-30 years 205 150 31-40 years 320 150 41-50 years 250 150 51-60 years 55 6 Usefulness of information very useful 325 moderately useful 600 not useful 400

(a) From the information in the table,

 (i) Which age group makes most use of the Internet? [1] (ii) Give two possible reasons for this. [2]

 (b) The information in the spreadsheet is to be presented to patients in a leaflet. How could all the information be presented graphically? [2] (c) Give one reason why the data in the spreadsheet could be misleading. [1]

The Wordsworth Health Centre carried out its own survey. The results are shown in the spreadsheet below:

 Survey of patients 17th to 28th June 2005 Number of Patients Total 540 Were asked to fill out questionnaire 461 85% Were not asked to fill out questionnaire 79 15% Number of patients participating in the survey Answered the questions 406 88% Refused to answer the questions 55 12% Respondents’ replies to questions Internet access at home Yes 279 69% No 127 31% Have you ever used the Wordsworth Health Centre website? Yes 35 9% No 371 91% Would you use the website in future if it was easier to access information? Yes 214 53% No 192 47% Would you like to see more health advice on the website? Yes 308 76% No 22 5% Not bothered 76 19%

Wordsworth Health Centre wants to update and improve its provision on the website.

(d) Discuss the benefits and drawbacks to Wordsworth Health Centre of adding more health advice to its website. Refer to information from the spreadsheet.

 [7] 10. Wordsworth Dental Practice uses spreadsheet software. Explain each of the following spreadsheet terms. (a) A formula [2] (b) A function [2]

(c) Explain what happens to the cell references in a formula, when you copy that formula to different cells or sheets. Refer to absolute and relative references in your answer.

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 11. Formulas are used to calculate the values in columns E and H and row 11. A B C D E F G H 1 WELTON COUNTY RANGER LEAGUE – RESULTS TO 19 JANUARY 2004 Goals Point 2 Team Games Goals For Against s Played Won Drawn Lost 3 Alton Boys 7 5 1 1 24 8 16 4 Welton Rangers 8 2 5 1 15 10 11 5 Wingby Celtic 8 3 2 3 12 10 11 6 Trill Juniors 7 2 1 4 12 18 7 7 Beltam Ringers 9 2 0 7 18 20 6 8 St Aldate Swifts 8 1 2 5 11 24 5 9 Dog and Duck Mob 7 0 4 3 4 22 4 10 Cheesie Wotsits 8 0 3 5 0 27 3 11 Average 12 17
 a) Lost is Played less the result of Won plus Drawn. The formula in cell E5 is A =(C5+D5)-B5 B =B5-(C5+D5) C =(B5-C5+D5) D =(B5-C5)+D5 [1] (b) A suitable formula in cell G11 is A =SUM(G3:G10)/7 B =SUM(B3:G10)/8 C =AVERAGE(F3:G10) D =AVERAGE(G3:G10) [1]

 (c) A formula to find the highest number of Goals Against would be A =MAX(G3:G10) B =SUM(G3:G10) C =MAX(F3:F10) D =AVERAGE(G3:G10) [1] (d) The formula in cell H3 is =C3*3+D3. When this is replicated to cell range H4:H10, the formula in cell H6 is A =C4*3+H10 B =C3*3+D3 C =C6*3+D6 D =C6*6+D6 [1] (e) If the formula in cell F11 is changed to =MIN(F3:F10), the value in cell F11 will change to A 0 B 4 C 17 D 24 [1] (f) The cell ranges required to produce a bar chart comparing Goals For and Points are A F3:F10 and G3:G10 B F3:F11 and H3:H10 C F3:F10 and H3:H10 D A3:A10 and H3:H10 [1]

12. Formulas are used to calculate the values in columns D and F and rows 10, 11 and 12.

 A B C D E F 1 HIRE CARS – INCOME SUMMARY – WEEK ENDING 2 MAY 2004 2 Model Daily Hire Daily Insurance VAT @ Days Price 17.5% Hired 3 Mestro £25 £7 £5.60 3 £112.80 4 Daywoo £30 £6 £6.30 4 £169.20 5 Mandeo £27 £5.5 £5.69 7 £267.31 6 Limpeo £42 £6.75 £8.53 5 £286.41 7 Sport £50 £10.5 £10.59 2 £142.18 8 Vectora £35 £6.75 £7.31 3 £147.17 9 Supo £40 £8 £8.40 1 £56.40 10 Minimum £25 11 Maximum £50 12 Total Income £1,181.46
 (a) The text in row 12 is vertically aligned A top B left C right D bottom [1] (b) The values in cell range C3:C9 are presented with inconsistent A indentation B vertical alignment C currency formatting D horizontal alignment [1]

 (c) VAT @ 17.5% is Daily Hire plus Daily Insurance with the result multiplied by 17.5%. The formula in cell D7 is A =B7+C7*17.5% B =(B7+C7)*17.5% C =(B7+C7)*17.5*100 D =(B7+C7)*17.5%/100 [1] (d) Daily Insurance is used in the formulas to calculate VAT @ 17.5% and Price. If the value in cell C6 is changed, the values that will change automatically are in cells A D6, E6, F6 B D6, F6, F12 C B6, D6, E6, F6 D D6, E6, F6, F12 [1]

13. The following questions are about this spreadsheet. Formulas are used to calculate values in columns G and H and rows 11 and 12.

 A B C D E F G H 1 Shoe Details Price Details 2 Shoe Type No No in Stock Original Discount Sale Income Sold Stock Code Price Price 3 Apex 8 4 A6590 £39.99 5% £37.99 £303.92 4 Apex Gel 6 3 A6591 £49.99 5% £47.49 £284.94 5 Robuck 5 2 R2345 £69.99 10% £62.99 £314.96 6 Robuck 60 6 3 R2360 £79.99 15% £67.99 £407.95 7 Robuck 80 8 5 R2380 £99.99 20% £79.99 £639.94 8 Nuke Track 9 2 N7881 £59.99 5% £56.99 £512.91 9 Nuke XC 2 4 N7546 £69.99 10% £62.99 £125.98 10 Bruk Air 4 1 B1356 £45.99 5% £43.69 £174.76 11 Average % Discount 9% 12 Total Income £2765.37

(a) To position the titles ‘Shoe Details’ and ‘Price Details’, the user has

A split cells A1:G1

B merged cells A1:G1

C split cells A1:D1 and E1:G1

D merged cells A1:D1 and E1:G1

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 (b) Sale Price is Original Price less any discount. The discount is Original Price multiplied by Discount. The formula in cell G3 is A =E3-(E3*F3) B =(E3-E3)*F3 C =(E3-E3)/F3 D =E3-(E3/F3) [1] (c) The formula in cell F11 is A =SUM(F3:F10) B =SUM(F3:F10)/9 C =AVERAGE(F3:F10) D =AVERAGE(G3:G10) [1] (d) The formula to find the largest Discount is A =MAX(F3:F10) B =SUM(F3:F10) C =MIN(F3:F10) D =SUM(F3+F4+F5+F6+F7+F8+F9+F10) [1] (e) Sale Price is Original Price less any discount. Income is Sale Price multiplied by No Sold. If the value in cell F4 is changed, the other values that will change automatically are in cells A E4, G4, H4 B E4, G4, H4, F11 C F11, G4, H4, H12 D E4, G4, H4, F11, H12 [1]

 (f) The formula to determine the lowest income is A =MIN(H3:H10) B =MAX(H3:H10) C =SUM(H3:H10) D =MIN(G3:G10) [1] (g) The formula =B3*G3 is entered in cell H3 and is replicated to cell range H4:H10. The formula in cell H7 is A =B3*G3 B =B7*G7 C =H4*H10 D =SUM(B7:G7) [1] (h) The cell range to produce a bar chart showing the No in Stock of each Shoe Type is A A3:C10 B A3:H10 C A3:A10 and B3:B10 D A3:A10 and C3:C10 [1] (i) The presentation of the spreadsheet would be improved by A splitting cells A11:G12 B making rows 3 to 10 equal in height C making columns A to F equal in width D formatting column headings to an italic font [1]

 (j) The data in cell H12 is vertically aligned A bottom B centre C right D top [1] (k) The data in cell range F3:F11 is formatted as A number to 2 decimal places B number to 0 decimal places C percentage to 0 decimal places D percentage to 2 decimal places [1] (l) The data in cell range D3:D10 is A text B date C number D currency [1]

14. The following questions are about this spreadsheet. Formulas have been used to calculate values in columns D, F and G and rows 8 to 11.

 A B C D E F G 1 Product Launch 2 Area Item Orders Gross % Discount Net Income Price Income Discount 3 Central London £40 1,600 £64,000 10 £6,400.00 £57,600.0 0 4 North East £40 1,200 £48,000 7 £3,360.00 £44,640.0 0 5 North West £40 1,100 £44,000 5 £2,200.00 £41,800.0 0 6 South East £40 988 £39,520 10 £3,952.00 £35,568.0 0 7 South West £40 1,010 £40,400 5 £2,020.00 £38,380.0 0 8 Minimum Gross Income £39,520 9 Maximum Gross Income £64,000 10 Total Net Income £217,988 11 Average Net Income £43,598

(a) Discount is calculated by multiplying Gross Income by % Discount and dividing by 100. The formula in cell F3 is

A =F3*D3/100

B =100/D3*E3

C =E3*F3/100

D =D3*E3/100

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 (b) Discount is calculated by multiplying Gross Income by % Discount and dividing by 100. Net Income is Gross Income less Discount. If the % Discount in cell E4 is changed to 8, the other values that will change automatically are in cells A F4, F8, G4, G10, G11 B E4, F4, G4, G10 C F4, G4, G10, G11 D F4, F9, G10, G11 [1] (c) The formula in cell G11 is A =SUM(G3:G7)/4 B =AVERAGE(G3:G7) C =AVERAGE(G2:G9) D =AVERAGE(G3:G10) [1] (d) The formula in cell D3 is B3*C3. This is replicated to cell range D4:D7. The formula in D7 is A =B3*C3 B =B7*C7 C =D4*D7 D =B3*C7 [1] (e) To present the data in cell A3 in one line, the user should A increase the column width B increase the row height C use a larger font size D use a frame [1]

(f)
The cell ranges used to produce this chart are
£70,000
£65,000
£60,000
£55,000
£50,000
£45,000
£40,000
£35,000
Central
North
North
South
South
London
East
West
East
West
A A1:A7 and D3:E7 and G3:G7
B A1:A7 and E3:E7 and F3:F7
C A3:A7 and D3:D7 and G3:G7
D A3:A7 and E3:G7
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(g)
The user positioned the text ‘Minimum Gross Income’ by merging cells
A A8:C8
B A8:C9
C A8:C10
D A8:C11
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