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**1. Write an Excel formula in cell 'Stock Info'**

1. Write an Excel formula in cell 'Stock Info'!H2, which can be copied down to cell 'Stock Info'!H7, to determine (T/F) if a profit was made on ATT stock. =G2>F2

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

2. Write an Excel formula in cell Anaylsis!F1 to determine (T/F) if you made a profit on all the stocks listed. =AND('Stock Info'!H2:H7)

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**3. Write an Excel formula in cell Anaylsis**

3. Write an Excel formula in cell Anaylsis!F2 to determine (T/F) if you lost more than $1,000 on any stock. =OR('Stock Info'!G2-'Stock Info'!F2<-1000, 'Stock Info'!G3-'Stock Info'!F3<-1000, 'Stock Info'!G4-'Stock Info'!F4<-1000, 'Stock Info'!G5-'Stock Info'!F5<-1000, 'Stock Info'!G6-'Stock Info'!F6<-1000, 'Stock Info'!G7-'Stock Info'!F7<-1000)

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**=AND(NOT('Stock Info'!H4),NOT('Stock Info'!H5))**

4. Write an Excel formula in cell Analysis!F3 to determine (T/F) if you did not make a profit on any drug company stocks (Merck, Pfizer). =AND(NOT('Stock Info'!H4),NOT('Stock Info'!H5))

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**=AND('Stock Info'!H2, NOT(OR('Stock Info'!H3:H7)))**

5. Write an Excel formula in cell Analysis!F4 (T/F) to determine if you only made a profit on ATT. =AND('Stock Info'!H2, NOT(OR('Stock Info'!H3:H7)))

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**=IF(G2>F2,"Profit","No Profit")**

1. Write an Excel formula in cell 'Stock Info'!H2, which can be copied down to cell 'Stock Info'!H7, to determine if a profit was made on ATT stock. If a profit was made, display "Profit", otherwise display, "Not Profit". =IF(G2>F2,"Profit","No Profit")

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**=IF(OR('Stock Info'!G2-'Stock Info'!F2<-1000, **

2. Write an Excel formula in cell Anaylsis!F2 to determine if you lost more than $1,000 on any stock. If you did display, "Yes, I did" otherwise, display "No, I did not". =IF(OR('Stock Info'!G2-'Stock Info'!F2<-1000, 'Stock Info'!G3-'Stock Info'!F3<-1000, 'Stock Info'!G4-'Stock Info'!F4<-1000, 'Stock Info'!G5-'Stock Info'!F5<-1000), "Yes, I did","No I did not")

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**=IF(AND('Stock Info'!H2="Profit", 'Stock Info'!H3="Profit", **

3. Write an Excel formula in cell Anaylsis!F1 to determine if you made a profit on all the stocks listed. If you made a profit, display, "Yes, I did" otherwise, display "No, I did not". =IF(AND('Stock Info'!H2="Profit", 'Stock Info'!H3="Profit", 'Stock Info'!H4="Profit", 'Stock Info'!H5="Profit"), "Yes, I did","No, I did not")

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**=IF(F5<15000,F5,IF(F5<20000,0.5*F5,0.25*F5))**

4. Write a formula in cell 'Analysis'!F6 to determine how much of your portfolio you should sell. The formula should return a dollar value based on the following criteria: If the value of stocks that did not make a profit is less than $15,000 then you will sell all stocks that did not make a profit. If the value of stocks that did not make a profit is at least $15,000 but less than $20,000 you will sell half the value of the stocks that did not make a profit (ex: if the value that did not make a profit is $16,000 you will sell $8000 worth). If the value of stocks that did not make a profit is at least $20,000 you will sell 25% of the value of the stocks that did not make a profit. =IF(F5<15000,F5,IF(F5<20000,0.5*F5,0.25*F5))

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