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Unformatted text preview: 1. Use formulas on the perfect tab to calculate the light blue areas. 2. Gave Up is the Max Score Possible minus the Actual Score. 3. Roll Total is the sum of all the Actual Score or Gave Up numbers. 4. Bonus If > 63 needs to be an if statement that adds 35 in this cell if the sum of H4 is greater than 63. 5. Sub Total should be the sum or all totals from Roll Total through Sub Total 7. Hand in the assignment with the given Yahtzee scores entered in the blue and green areas and the totals calculated 6. Use the "Score this game by minimizing your give ups" grid to enter the data in the green area of the game sheet. Y score loss. You must make the best decision for each final roll and stick to the order of the final rolls. The Rules of Yahtzee - Standard Play OBJECT OF THE GAME: The object of YAHTZEE is to obtain the highest score. The player with the greatest grand total wins and earns the d opponents. Each player keeps his own score on a YAHTZEE score card to be marked with player’s name. To determine who go cup and rolls the dice; the player with the highest total starts the game. The player then continues clockwise. Each shakes the cup and rolls out the dice. Each turn consists of a maximum of three rolls - the first roll to be made with and third time, he may pick up and use any number of dice, providing a score is taken on the last roll. It is the skillfu can turn an unlucky first or second roll into a high-scoring turn. SCORE CARD Now let’s look at the YAHTZEE score card. You’ll note that there are 13 scoring boxes - aces, twos, threes, etc., thr each turn, the player must score in one of the 13 boxes. If on the first roll of the dice, a player has he might choose card or "3 of a kind" (in this case, 2’s) in the Lower Section of the score card. The player would then leave the ,dicecard or "3 of a kind" (in this case, 2’s) in the Lower Section of the score card....
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2010 for the course BUS 5529 taught by Professor Wood during the Spring '10 term at Abilene Christian University.
- Spring '10