Presentation on theme: "Jeopardy Computer Applications Functions Review. Which function? Misc. functions IF functions PMT functions CHOOSE functions VLOOKUP functions 100 200."— Presentation transcript:
Jeopardy Computer Applications Functions Review
Which function? Misc. functions IF functions PMT functions CHOOSE functions VLOOKUP functions
Which function? for 100 You need to figure out how much overtime pay someone gets for a given week.
Which function? for 200 Use this function to calculate the monthly payment for a student loan.
Which function? for 300 A used book store sells book for percentages of the original price based on the quality of the book being sold. They rank the quality from 1 to 3 with 1 being very good and 3 being poor. Which function would you use for figuring out the price of the used books?
Which function? for 400 You want to display in your spreadsheet the healthy weight for a person given a certain height. The heights are found in a table with their corresponding healthy weight range. Which function would you use to display the correct weight range?
Misc. functions for 100 You want to find the maximum value of the cells A4 to A16. Write the correct formula.
Misc. functions for 200 You want to find the average of cells C3 to C52. Write the formula.
Misc. functions for 300 You want to find the average of the sum of the cells G2, F5, Q32 and J8. Write the formula.
Misc. functions for 400 This is the formula you would use to round the sum of the range G1 to G22 to 2 decimal places.
IF functions for 100 This will be displayed by the following function if D6 displays 22: =IF(D6 >=20, “more”, “less”)
IF functions for 200 This is the formula that will … Display 45 if the value in E33 equals the value in E25, or 22 if they are not equal.
IF functions for 300 This is the formula that will … Display “no” if the value in D66 is not equal to the value in D4 or “yes” if they are equal.
IF functions for 400 This is the written out explanation of the following function: =IF(SUM(A4:A8)<=15, “order more”, “ok”)
PMT functions for 100 This is what you probably did wrong if you end up with a negative value for a PMT function.
PMT functions for 200 This is what you probably did wrong if your monthly payment seems much too large.
PMT functions for 300 This is the written function to find the monthly payment of a 5 year, $14,000 loan at a 6% annual interest rate.
PMT functions for 400 This is the written function to find the monthly payment of a 30 year, $110,000 loan at a 5% annual interest rate.
CHOOSE functions for 100 What is the basic format of the CHOOSE function?
CHOOSE functions for 200 A store buys used bikes. Selling price is a percentage of the original price(found in B6) based on the condition of the bike(found in C6). Percentages for each level of condition work as follows 1=60%, 2=50%, 3=40%. A student sets up their CHOOSE function like this: =CHOOSE(B6, 60%, 50%,40%) What is wrong with the CHOOSE function given? (2 different issues)
CHOOSE functions for 300 A college ranks language students when they first enter school from 1 to 3 based on a test they take on the computer. 1 stands for Beginner, 2 for Intermediate, and 3 for Advanced. They are sent to different advisors based on their level in the language. If they have are beginners they go to Prof. Fox, if they are intermediates they go to Prof. Cid, and if they are advanced they would go to Prof. Fidalgo-Eik. In your spreadsheet student names are found in column A, language level is found in column C and you are entering the formula to tell which advisor they have in cell D3.
CHOOSE functions for 400 A book store buys books at a percentage of the original price based on the condition of the book. The condition of the book is ranked 1, 2, or 3. They pay 50% of the original price for quality 1, 30% for 2, and 10% for 3. Write what the function would look like in cell D2. ABCD 1Book TitleOriginal Price ConditionUsed Price 2BFG$101 3Catching Fire $202
VLOOKUP functions for 100 You work in a store. Your merchandise is going on sale, but different things have different reductions based on their original price. You are working with the following information: Write the VLOOKUP Table that you would need for the VLOOKUP function. Original costPercentage off for Sale $0-$910% $10-$1912% $20 and up15%
VLOOKUP functions for 200 What is the benefit of naming your VLOOKUP table?
VLOOKUP functions for 300 You work at a drop off site for a upscale Thrift store. They have a policy that they don’t sell items that are worth under $50. They use the following table, found in the range I15 to J18, to dictate what they should do with a certain item. They will either throw it away, donate it to Goodwill, or sell it in their shop. The value of each item is found in column C. You are writing your formula in cell D4. Write the formula needed to display what must be done with the item. ValueWhat to do? $0Throw Away $5Donate $50Sell
VLOOKUP functions for 400 You work in a store. Your merchandise is going on sale, but different things have different reductions based on their original price. You are working with the following information: The Clothing ID is found in column A. The original price is found in column B, the VLOOKUP table is called Percentage and you are entering the formula in C2. Write the formula needed in this situation. Original costPercentage off for Sale $0-$910% $10-$1912% $20 and up15%