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Student Name: ______________________ BUS 209 A, B or C (circle one) Spring 2009, AUBG EXTRA CREDIT ACTIVITY This extra credit activity is due on April 22, 2009 by 5 pm at my door. It is optional but strongly recommended to complete this extra credit. This will be your only opportunity during the semester to earn extra credit points. Late work will not be accepted. If you made a good faith effort to complete the whole assignment, you will receive the maximum points for this assignment. The extra credit will count as a maximum of 2% toward your semester grade. Complete this homework by hand , unless otherwise required. Part I: “Hammond Cards, Inc: The Creative Acquisition” Case Study (20 points) Read the “Hammond Cards, Inc: The Creative Acquisition” case study in the “Extra Credit” folder on DOT LRN. Then, answer the following questions in sufficient length: 1. What kind of industry does Hammond Cards operate in? 2. What are some differences between the two cmpanies, Hammond Cards and Creative Design? 3. What is (are) the big issue(s) in the case? 4. What technical analysis do we need to do to address these issues? 5. How do we do this analysis? 6. What did you learn from the analysis (i.e. Exhibit TN-5 to Exhibit TN-10)? These exhibits are located in the “Exhibits” file in the “Extra Credit” folder on DOT LRN; pages 14 – 18). 7. Is Canella’s analysis consistent with Wendy Hammond’s expectations? 8. What is your advice to Wendy? After the due date of this assignment, I will post on DOT LRN the recommended solutions of this case study. 1
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Part II: Calculating Elapsed Days with Microsoft Excel (10 points) “Dates in Excel live a dual existence. Although the program stores them as the integer number of days since January 1, 1900, Excel’s number formatting forces it to display the values in a format such as MM/DD/YYYY. This dual existence leads to a confusion – Excel will often perform the correct calculation but display the answer incorrectly. This article should clear up some of the date mysteries and introduce a few new functions.” Open a blank Excel workbook. Enter the value 39493 into cell A1. Press the Enter button. Then select cell A1. Click on
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