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**1. Write an Excel formula in cell Survey**

1. Write an Excel formula in cell Survey!F2, which can be copied down the column, that ranks each respondent based on the number of hours they exercise per week. =RANK(E2,E$2:E$19)

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**2. Write an Excel formula in cell Survey**

2. Write an Excel formula in cell Survey!I7, which can copied down the column and across the row, that will calculate the average hours exercised based on age and gender. =ROUND(AVERAGEIFS($E$2:$E$19,$B$2:$B$19,$H7, $C$2:$C$19,I$6),0)

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**=COUNTIF(Survey!D2:D19, ">=75000")**

3. Write an Excel formula in cell Summary!B2 that calculates the total number of respondents with incomes at or above $75,000. =COUNTIF(Survey!D2:D19, ">=75000")

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**=COUNTIF(Survey!E2:E19,">3")**

4. Write an Excel formula in cell Summary!B3 that calculates the total number of respondents who worked out more than 3 hours per week. =COUNTIF(Survey!E2:E19,">3")

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**=COUNTIF(Survey!B2:B19,"26-30")+ COUNTIF(Survey!B2:B19,"31-35")**

5. Write an Excel formula in cell Summary!B4 that calculates the number of respondents who are in the age category or in the age category. =COUNTIF(Survey!B2:B19,"26-30")+ COUNTIF(Survey!B2:B19,"31-35")

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**6. Write an Excel formula in cell Summary**

6. Write an Excel formula in cell Summary!B5 that calculates the number of females who are between years, with an income greater than $35,000 and exercise more than 6 hours per week. =COUNTIFS(Survey!C2:C19,"Female",Survey!B2:B19,"22-25", Survey!D2:D19,">35000",Survey!E2:E19,">6")

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**7. Write an Excel formula in cell Summary**

7. Write an Excel formula in cell Summary!B6 that calculates the average hours exercised by males who earn more than $50,000 per year. =AVERAGEIFS(Survey!E2:E19,Survey!C2:C19, "Male",Survey!D2:D19,">50000")

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**8. Write an Excel formula in cell Summary**

8. Write an Excel formula in cell Summary!B7 that calculates the highest number of hours exercised by any respondent. =LARGE(Survey!E2:E19,1)

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**9. Write an Excel formula in cell Summary**

9. Write an Excel formula in cell Summary!B8 that calculates the lowest number of hours exercised by any respondent. =SMALL(Survey!E2:E19,1)

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