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Comments Page 1 Sales Tax Model This model demonstrates the use of two interrelated worksheets. One worksheet contains parameters - that is values which are unlikely to change (or never change). Such values are given names and the names are used in formulas in other worksheets. The other worksheet performs calculations which need to use the values in the parameters worksheet. As you build the formulas for the Sales_Summary worksheet observe the syntax that appears in the formula bar as you point and click to create the formula. You should make an effort to remember the syntax - for tests, for example, when you'll have to write formulas,
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Unformatted text preview: but also for occasions when you might want to type formulas rather than point and click. Tax_Rates Page 2 Taxation Rates PST 8% GST 7% Lab 2 Exercise 1 Raafia Siddiqui 211098936 Sales_Summary (formula view) Item Cost GST Total Shirt ### 20 310 24.8 21.7 356.5 Hat $9.99 12 119.88 9.59 8.39 137.86 Shoe ### 8 284 ### ### 326.6 Sock $3.50 23 80.5 6.44 5.64 92.58 Tie ### 7 139.65 ### 9.78 160.6 Belt ### 9 161.91 ### ### 186.2 Dress ### 14 399 ### ### 458.85 Pants ### 19 617.5 49.4 ### 710.13 Price Each Quan tity PST...
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This note was uploaded on 12/15/2010 for the course CSE CSE 1520 taught by Professor Paul during the Spring '09 term at York University.

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