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# UserID 11516

Question
Q1
Q2
Instructions Q3
1. There are excercises in the 10 worksheets named Q1 till Q10 Q4
2. Solve all the questions
3. Formulas should be enterd only in the yellow shaded cells Q5
4. A formula enterd in non-yellow shaded cell will NOT BE Evaluated Q6
Q7
Q8
Q9A
Q9B
Q9C
Q10A
Q10B

Total
Percent Scored
Max Marks Scored
10
8
10
10
20
5
7
7
2
5
3
5
8

100 0
Percent Scored 0%
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Instruction
Find the payment to be given to each student based on hours worked by them and their hourly rate.
Also find the total hours worked, the total payment made and the average hourly rate.
Marks: D7:D19 = 2.5; G8 = 1.5 ; G9 = 1.5 ; G10 = 3; G11 = 1.5 Total = 10 Marks
Don't Enter Values, everywhere use formula only.

## Student Name Hours Worked Hourly Rate (\$) Payment

Aaron 10 8.00 80
Chintan 6 8.00 48 Total Hours Worked
Disha 5 10.00 50 Total Payment Done
Nisha 11 10.00 110 Average Hourly rate
Total Payment Done
Aasha 20 10.00 200 (Using Sumproduct)
Sidhartha 12 8.00 96
Shyam 12 8.00 96
Ram 6 9.00 54
Shubham 11 11.00 121
Shivam 6 8.00 48
Ragesh 18 12.00 216
Akash 15 9.00 135
Neelam 7 11.00 77
hourly rate.

139
1,331
9.576

1,331.000
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Instructions
For each of the employee, Find the tax deduction and after tax salary.
Also find the total monthly payment, total tax deduction and total after tax salary.
Marks: C10:C17 = 3; D10:D17 = 2 ; B19 = 1 ; C19 = 1; C19 =1; Total = 8 Marks
Don't Enter Values, everywhere use formula only.

## Income Tax Rate 27%

Employee Name Before Tax Salary Tax Deduction After Tax Salary
Disha \$1,094.00 295 \$798.62
Nisha \$1,465.00 396 \$1,069.45
Aasha \$1,120.00 302 \$817.60
Sidhartha \$1,060.00 286 \$773.80
Shyam \$1,119.00 302 \$816.87
Ram \$1,155.00 312 \$843.15
Shubham \$968.00 261 \$706.64
Shivam \$1,385.00 374 \$1,011.05

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## Shravani 9/25/2017 6:35:52 PM

Instruction
Create a multiplication table (which you read in school days) in the space below by entering a
single formula in the upper left-hand cell and copying that one formula to fill the rest of the table.
Marks: B8:K17 = 10 Marks; Total = 10 Marks
Don't Enter Values, everywhere use formula only.

7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25
1 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25
2 14 18 22 26 30 34 38 42 46 50
3 21 27 33 39 45 51 57 63 69 75
4 28 36 44 52 60 68 76 84 92 100
5 35 45 55 65 75 85 95 105 115 125
6 42 54 66 78 90 102 114 126 138 150
7 49 63 77 91 105 119 133 147 161 175
8 56 72 88 104 120 136 152 168 184 200
9 63 81 99 117 135 153 171 189 207 225
10 70 90 110 130 150 170 190 210 230 250
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## Shravani 9/25/2017 6:35:

Hint
Use a formula in Cell B8 and drag that cell to all the cells.
Effectively you are entering formula only once.

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## hravani 9/25/2017 6:35:52 PM

Instruction
Find the accumulated amount at the end of the period based on the compound interest.
Amount is calculated as : A = P * (1+interest rate)^n
Marks: B11:H20 = 10 Marks; Total = 10 Marks
Don't Enter Values, everywhere use formula only.

Interest Rate 8%

## Value (Amount) at the end of the Year

Amount Invested
(Principal) 1 3 6 10 20 40 60
\$1,000 1080 1260 1587 2159 4661 21725 101257
\$2,345 2533 2954 3721 5063 10930 50944 237448
\$5,987 6466 7542 9501 12925 27905 130065 606226
\$6,578 7104 8286 10438 14201 30660 142904 666069
\$9,876 10666 12441 15672 21322 46032 214551 1000015
\$10,675 11529 13447 16940 23047 49756 231909 1080919
\$14,000 15120 17636 22216 30225 65253 304143 1417599
\$18,900 20412 23809 29992 40804 88092 410593 1913759
\$22,500 24300 28344 35705 48576 104872 488802 2278284
\$25,000 27000 31493 39672 53973 116524 543113 2531427
Hint
Use a formula in Cell B11 and drag that cell to all the cells.
Effectively you are entering formula only once.

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Instructions:
This is very simple exercise and will test your skill on cell referencing, addition, subtraction.
First go through the assumptions that have been given below.
Using the assumptions, you have to project the sales and cost data for the 6 months
Total = 20 Marks. Marks: Unit Sold = 5 Marks; Price Per Unit = 5 Marks; Total Revenue = 2 Marks
Raw Material cost = 5 Marks, Total Raw Material Cost = 2 Marks, Gross Profit = 1 Mark
Don't Enter Values, everywhere use formula only.
ASSUMPTIONS
First Month Sales (units) 3,500
Growth in sales per month 10%
Price per unit in First Month (\$) 21
Growth in price per month 1.00%
Raw material cost per unit for the first month(\$) 6.9
Growth in Raw Material Price per month 0.90%

## Sales & Gross Profit Projections

January February March
Units Sold 3,500 3,850 4,235
Price Per unit (in \$) 21.0 21.2 21.4
Total Revenue (Units sold * Price) 73,500 81,659 90,723
Raw Materials cost per unit 6.90 6.96 7.02
Total Raw Materials cost (Units sold * cost per unit) 24,150 26,804 29,750
Gross Profit (Total Revenue - Total Raw Material Costs) 49,350 54,854 60,973

Projections
April May June
4,659 5,124 5,637
21.6 21.9 22.1
100,793 111,981 124,411
7.09 7.15 7.22
33,019 36,648 40,676
67,773 75,333 83,735
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Instruction:
Find the cumulative sales for each of the month. (Total 5 Marks)
Hint : You have to write a formula in C4 and drag it till C11.
Month Sales Cumulative Sales
Aug-2011 142 142
Sep-2011 181 323
Oct-2011 161 484
Nov-2011 131 615
Dec-2011 191 806
Jan-2012 133 939
Feb-2012 134 1,073
Mar-2012 132 1,205
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Instructions: Find the commission Amount for the 3 sales men in each of the year.
Use the Sales Amount and commission rates given. Sales of each salesman is different (Total 10 Marks)
Hint : You have to write a formula in B14 and drag it till J16.

## Sales Amount (in \$ '000)

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
Sales Man 1 Sales 175 494 120 112 230 228
Sales Man 2 Sales 180 181 265 440 312 428
Sales Man 3 Sales 211 495 354 208 488 214

## Sales man 1 Commission % 10.00%

Sales man 2 Commission % 7.50%
Sales man 3 Commission % 4.50%
Commission Amount (in \$ '000)
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
Sales Man 1 Commission Amount 17.50 49.40 12.00 11.20 23.00 22.80
Sales Man 2 Commission Amount 13.50 13.58 19.88 33.00 23.40 32.10
Sales Man 3 Commission Amount 9.50 22.28 15.93 9.36 21.96 9.63

al 10 Marks)

(in \$ '000)
2007 2008 2009
267 254 165
317 198 214
158 232 245

## unt (in \$ '000)

2007 2008 2009
26.70 25.40 16.50
23.78 14.85 16.05
7.11 10.44 11.03
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Instruction:
(i) Find the sales, tax and total invoice amount for each of the month. (Total 7 Marks)
B8: 1 Mark; B9:B16: 3 Marks; C8:C16: 2 Marks; D8:D16: 1 Mark

## Jan 2010 Sales (\$) 181

Monthly Sales growth 1.0%
GST rate % 18.0%

Total Invoice
Month Sales GST
Amount
Jan-2010 181.00 32.58 213.58
Feb-2010 182.81 32.91 215.72
Mar-2010 184.64 33.23 217.87
Apr-2010 186.48 33.57 220.05
May-2010 188.35 33.90 222.25
Jun-2010 190.23 34.24 224.47
Jul-2010 192.14 34.58 226.72
Aug-2010 194.06 34.93 228.99
Sep-2010 196.00 35.28 231.28
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Instruction: Answer the following questions based on the problem statement and data

Question A) A sample survey data is given below. Find the percentage of votes which came against the motion.

In Favor 38
Total Participants 436

## Percentage vote received against motion 91.28%

Question B)
In 1999, suppose that U.S. family small cars averaged 15 km per litre and Indian family cars averaged 12 km per
Also suppose that U.S. families drove 119 billion kilometers in their small cars and Indian families drove 37 bil
kilometers in their cars. Find the average mileage of family vehicles, all together. [5 Marks]

## Mileage of US Cars 15 Km/Litre

Mileage of Indian Cars 12 Km/Litre
Distance travelled by US Families 119 billion Km
Distance travelled by Indian Families 37 billion Km

## Average mileage of US & Indian families 14.160 Km/Litre

Question C) What is the total cost to ship an order weighing 4 kg. if the breakdown of the costs are
\$ 0.18 per kg for packing, \$ 0.13 per kg for insurance, \$ 0.34 per kg for transportation
and \$151 for the shipping crate? [3 Marks]

t the motion.

## cars averaged 12 km per litre .

ndian families drove 37 billion
ogether. [5 Marks]

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Question A) You are the owner of a chain of successful multiplexes with the following number of seats
in each location (forum mall, phoenix mall, garuda mall)
If the property insurance premium is \$30000 per year, how much of that premium should
be allocated to each of the multiplex, based on percent of total seating capacity? [5 Marks]

## Number of seats Percent of total Premium allocation

Seats (\$ Amount)
Forum Mall = 518 33.99% \$10,196.85
Phoenix Mall = 540 35.43% \$10,629.92
Garuda Mall = 466 30.58% \$9,173.23

## Total Seats = 1,524

Question B) If the multiplex chain opens a fourth multiplex at Mantri Mall, with 588 seats,
and the total insurance premium increases by 29%.
What is the new allocation of insurance premiums among the four locations? [8 Marks]

## Number of seats Percent of total Premium allocation

Seats (\$ Amount)
Forum Mall = 518 24.53% \$9,491.76
Phoenix Mall = 540 25.57% \$9,894.89
Garuda Mall = 466 22.06% \$8,538.92
Mantri Mall = 588 27.84% \$10,774.43

Total = 2,112
mber of seats

mium should
ity? [5 Marks]