# Lesson 3 - Excel test

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Visit your Assessment Sheet for Manipulating Data
CIRCLE 3 skills that you want to achieve by the end of the lesson
(aim to challenge yourself)
What
we are learning?
• Be able to perform simple functions and formulae
• Be able to create suitable charts
• Be able to apply advanced formatting
How
we are learning it?
Must:
Include suitable formatting
Should: Include formulae to calculate figures
Could: Include basic functions (min, max, average)
Why
we are learning it?
•
To be able to use spreadsheets to calculate and store numerical data
Scenario
• You are going to create a spreadsheet to show
the sales of BMW vehicles for last year.
• You need:
– Calculate the costs using formulae
– Produce charts
• Using the sheet provided, calculate the cost of sales for each
Model
List Price
1 series
2 series
3 series
4 series
5 series
6 series
7 series
X1
X3
X5
X6
&pound;14,995
&pound;16,995
&pound;22,995
&pound;26,995
&pound;30,995
&pound;35,995
&pound;47,995
&pound;37,995
&pound;45,995
&pound;51,995
&pound;61,995
Quantity Sold
JAN
12
8
11
5
21
14
3
5
6
8
2
Quantity Sold
FEB
12
10
14
6
21
16
4
5
12
7
4
Quantity Sold
MAR
11
12
12
8
21
18
5
4
8
8
6
Formulae
Formulae in Excel works like a calculator. It can
perform basic mathematical calculations quickly
and easily.
“You don’t need to get your calculator out”
Example: =B2*14
• Using functions, work out the minimum,
maximum and average car sales for each
month.
=min
=max
=average
Homework