# 2 - CSI 1306F HOMEWORK 02 From Lecture 4 Excel part 1 1...

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CSI 1306F – HOMEWORK 02 From Lecture 4: “Excel – part 1” 1. Complete the following cash flow forecast worksheet: A B C D E 1 Monthly Budget 2 Monthly Income = Hourly Pay Rate 37.83 3 Nr. Hours Worked 32.5 4 EXPENSES 5 Rent 300 6 Hydro 50 7 Heat (Gas / Oil) 50 8 Cable 30 9 Car Insurance 0 Note: The tax amounts to 15% of the total income 10 Car Payment 0 11 Gas 0 12 Phone 70 13 Cell Phone 30 14 Food 300 15 Taxes = 16 Total Expenses = 17 Net Per Month = 2. Student Marks: circle5 Draw the layout of the marking sheet for this course (follow marking scheme in lecture 1 omitting the bonus point system) circle5 Fill your worksheet with fictitious data from at least five students. circle5 Compute the final mark for each student according to the marking scheme. circle5 Include a column with a text label indicating whether the student passed or failed. circle5 Compute the class’ average final mark and the percentage of students who failed. circle5

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