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Microsoft Word 2007 (29.1.

13)
Formatting text:
Apply a style using Quick Styles
Apply a style using the Styles Pane
Modify a style
Creating a style
Navigate using the navigation pane
Importing and exporting styles
Create a simple list
Creating numbered headings
Modifying numbered headings

Working with tables:
Formatting a table
Creating a table from Excel data
Creating a linked table
Breaking links

Working with Images:
Inserting a clip art image
Repositioning an image
Adding styles and effects

Creating captions:
Inserting a caption
Changing the caption numbering

Structuring the document:
Inserting a next page break
Inserting a continuous section break
Creating a header and footer
Formatting page numbers
Creating different headers and footers
for different chapters
Creating a landscape page in between
portrait pages

Creating references:
Creating cross-references
Creating and deleting footnotes
Creating bookmarks

Creating tables of contents and figures:
Using a built-in table of contents
Using the table of contents dialog box
Adding new styles to the table of
contents
Creating a table of figures
Updating tables of contents and
figures

Creating Letters & Envelope using Mail
Merge

MS Excel 2007 (5.2.13)

Create an Excel Model to calculate CGPA for a student studying in Anna University;
Highlight the cell which required inputs.

Create Pivot Tables to answer the questions (EmergencyRoomVisits.xlsx)
1. How many total emergency room visits were there?
2. How many total emergency room visits in 2009?
3. How many total emergency room visits in 2010?
4. How many males visited the emergency room in 2009?
5. How many males visited the emergency room in Nov., 2009?
6. Do males or females visit the emergency room more often?
7. What is the most common reason for visiting the ER?
8. What is the most common reason for teenagers to visit the ER?
9. What is the most common arrival mode for emergency room patients?
10. How would you describe the relationship between arrival model and urgency?
11. Are some reasons for visiting the ER more urgent than others?
12. What diagnosis brings in the most revenue to the ER?
13. What is the most expensive reason to visit the ER?
14. What is the average duration of an ER visit?
15. What reason to visit has the longest average duration?
16. What reason to visit has the longest average duration for men?
17. What reason to visit has the highest % of hospital admissions?
18. How many unique patients visited the ER in Jan., 2010?

Solve the following using Excel

Q1. A farmer has 1,000 each acres of land on which he can grow corn, wheat or soyabean. Each
acre of corn costs Rs 100 for preparation, requires 7 men-days of work and yields a profit of Rs
30. An acre of wheat costs Rs 120 to prepare, requires 10 men-days of work and yields a profit of
Rs 40. An acre of soyabean costs Rs 70 to prepare, requires 8 men-days of work and yields a
profit of Rs 20. If the farmer has Rs 1,00,000 for preparation and can count on 8,000 men-days of
work, determine how many acres should be allocated to each corp to maximize profits?

Q2. A departmental store wishes to purchase the flowing quantities of sarees:
Types of sarees: A B C D E
Quantities 150 100 75 250 200
Tenders are submitted by four different manufacturers who undertake to supply not more than the
quantities mentioned below (all types of sarees combined);
Manufacturer W X Y Z
Total quantity 300 250 150 200


Sarees
A B C D E
Manufacturer
W 275 350 425 225 150
X 300 325 450 175 100
Y 250 350 475 200 125
Z 325 275 400 250 175
How should the orders be placed?
Q3. A construction company has requested bids for subcontracts on five different projects. Five
companies have responded, their bids are represented below.

Bid Ammount (000s Rs)
I II III IV V
Bidders
1 41 72 39 52 25
2 22 29 49 65 81
3 27 39 60 51 40
4 45 50 48 52 37
5 29 40 45 26 30
Determine the minimum cost assignment of subcontracts to bidders, assuming that each bidder
can receive from the one contract.


Q4. Consider a firm having two factories. The firm is to ship its products from the factories to
three-retail stores. The number of units available at factories X and Y are 200 and 300,
respectively, while those demanded at retail stores A, B, and C are 100, 150, and 250,
respectively. The transportation cost (in rupees) per unit is given in the table. Find the optimal
shipping schedule.

Factory Retail Store
X Y A B C
Factory
X 0 8 7 8 9
Y 6 0 5 4 3

Retail Store
A 7 2 0 5 1
B 1 5 1 0 4
C 8 9 7 8 0

Q5. The Puck and Pawn Company, which manufactures hockey sticks and chess sets. Each
hockey stick yields an incremental prot of $2, and each chess set, $4. A hockey stick requires
four hours of processing at Machine Center A and two hours at Machine Center B. A chess set
requires six hours at Machine Center A, six hours at Machine Center B, and one hour at Machine
Center C. Machine Center A has a maximum of 120 hours of available capacity per day, Machine
Center B has 72 hours, and Machine Center C has 10 hours.

If the company wishes to maximize prot, how many hockey sticks and chess sets should be
produced per day?

Q6. SunRay Transport Company ships truckloads of grain from three silos to four mills. The supply
(in truckloads) and the demand (also in truckloads) together with the unit transportation costs per
truckload on different routes are summarized in the transportation model in Table-04. The unit
transportation costs, (shown in the northeast corner of each box) are in hundreds of dollars. The
model seeks the minimum-cost shipping schedule between silos and mills.
Table-04 SunRay Transportation Model
Mill 1 Mill 2 Mill 3 Mill 4 Supply
Silo 1 10 2 20 11 15
Silo 2 12 7 9 20 25
Silo 3 4 14 16 18 10
Demand 5 15 15 15


Q7. The New Products Company has received an order for the manufacture of six products. The
company has six assembly machines each operating at different levels of speed. Table-05 gives
the time in would take (in hours) to manufacture any of the six products on any of the six
machines.

Table-05
Machines
Product 1 2 3 4 5 6
1 7 6 2 8 5 5
2 6 8 4 5 4 6
3 9 9 8 12 10 6
4 1 3 1 2 1 1
5 16 18 10 14 19 12
6 12 14 12 18 20 24

The company wants to determine the assignment one product to a machine which will
minimize total manufacturing time.

Q8. Ruth Radetsky is the distribution manager for SuperSteel Distributors. Her job is to ensure
that steel beams are distributed as cheaply as possible to the four construction sites T, S, Y, and Z
as shown in Figure 10.11. SuperSteel have two warehouses, with the main warehouse W1
supplying the smaller warehouseW2. The supply and demand values are written alongside each
node. Shipping costs vary over each route, with the cost of shipping one beam between locations
(nodes) as shown in Table 10.4.
Table- 06.1 - Details of SuperSteels distribution network.

Table-06.2 Shipping cost for SuperSteels network.
From: To: T S Y Z W2
Warehoue W1 $45 $60 $35 $50
Warehoue W2 $40 $60 $45
Site T $40
Site Y $35
Site Z $20