# Whose theme park will make the most profit? L.I. To create a spreadsheet.

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Whose theme park will make the most profit? L.I. To create a spreadsheet

money spent by visitors running costs L.I. To create a spreadsheet

What makes a good theme park? L.I. To create a spreadsheet http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcXjoSDMApE

L.I. To create a spreadsheet rollercoasters scenery gentle rides cafes/shops What makes a good theme park?

L.I. To create a spreadsheet  Open up the theme park model spreadsheet good super great Add: roller coasters, rides and paths  Spend up to £500,000 designing a theme park Add: cafes, shops, ice cream stands and paths Add toilets and scenery Write down the number of items bought and loan left in bank Try out different designs and notice how the loan left in bank changes Fill up as much space as possible without running out of money

L.I. To create a spreadsheet  Create a spreadsheet table good super great Type column headings  Enter formulae to calculate visitor spending: Make it look nice by changing: Draw a graph to represent the data Enter formulae to do calculations Replicate cells cell formats cell alignment cell borders cell sizes appearance of text Change the graph colours so it is easy to interpret

L.I. To create a spreadsheet  Create a spreadsheet table  Enter formulae to calculate running costs: good super great Type column headings Make it look nice by changing: Draw a graph to represent the data Enter formulae to do calculations Replicate cells cell formats cell alignment cell borders cell sizes appearance of text Change the graph colours so it is easy to interpret

L.I. To create a spreadsheet  Create a spreadsheet table  Enter formulae to calculate total profits: good super great Type column headings Make it look nice by changing: Draw a graph to represent the data Enter formulae to do calculations Replicate cells cell formats cell alignment cell borders cell sizes appearance of text Change the graph colours so it is easy to interpret

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