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PracticeExcelExam2Key - ISys201 Winter 2010 Practice Excel...

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ISys201 Winter 2010 Practice Excel Exam 2 Key 3/27/10 dd All the data for this practice exam can be found in the PracticeExcelExam2.xls file. Suggested times for completion are included. See if you can complete this in time. Save the double- and triple-checking for the end. (1 minutes)Use the worksheet labeled “TaxRate” to answer question 1. 1. (2pts) Enter the VLOOKUP formula you need in D8 to retrieve the tax rate. Copy this formula down the D column. a. Please write the formula for D10 here: D10 = VLOOKUP(B10,$B$3:$C$5,2,FALSE) b. What is the resulting value displayed in F11? $63.45 (3 minutes)Use the worksheet labeled “Sales” to answer questions 2-3. 2. (2pts) In H13, enter the COUNTIF formula you need to count the instances of sales by Jane. a. Please write the formula here: B21 =COUNTIF($C$3:$C$18,A21) b. What is the resulting value displayed in B21? 6 3. (2pts) In H15, enter the SUMIF formula you need to get the total sales amount by Tim. a. Please write the formula here: C23 =SUMIF($C$3:$C$18,A23,$B$3:$B$18) b. What is the resulting value displayed in C23? $135.00 c. (2 minutes)Use the worksheet labeled “Traffic” to answer question 4. 4. (2pts) When approaching an intersection in your car, the light turns yellow. Write an if statement to determine whether to “stop”, ”keep driving”, or ”speed up”. If you are less than 100 feet from the intersection, you will keep driving. If you are between 100 and 149 feet, you will speed up, and if you are 150 feet or more, you will stop.
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