F10-Homework 2 Instructions

F10-Homework 2 Instructions - MIS 302F Fall 2010 Homework 2...

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MIS 302F, Fall 2010 Homework 2 Rules In this homework assignment, you will play the role of a project manager to estimate the scope and initial cost estimates for a Customer Service application for the company that you started in Homework 1. The description of this application is included in this document. Homework 2 is due via Blackboard before 10:59am on October 7 th . Printed copies and handwritten responses will not be accepted. Late responses will not be accepted. You must complete Homework 2 using spreadsheet software that can save in an Excel file format . If you use software other than Excel, it is your responsibility to make sure that it can be opened in Excel. For additional help on using Microsoft Excel, read Chapter Extension 5 in the Kroenke textbook, search Help in Excel , and/or visit http://www.microsoft.com/excel , You will be given a spreadsheet template to complete this assignment. Do NOT modify the structure of the template. The template already includes some numbers that you will use in your calculations. You only need to add values or formulas to the cells specified in the instructions. You MUST use the appropriate FUNCTION to calculate certain values, if specified in the instructions. You cannot simply type a value into a cell to receive credit. To download the homework template from Blackboard, use the following steps: 1. Select Assignments from the Course Menu 2. Click Homework 2 Assignment and the upload page will appear 3. On the right-hand side of the “Assignment Files” label, click the link “ F10-Homework 2 Template.xls ” to download and save to your local computer. 4. Click Cancel To submit your assignment on Blackboard, follow these steps EXACTLY : o Mac Users : On the advice from UT’s technical support department, do NOT use the Safari browser to upload your assignment.
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