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2).Rand()*200 5 3).Randbetween 500-800 517 4).Round(256.98,0) 257 5).Roundup(335.9982,3) 336 6).Rounddown(533.7876,2) 534

7).Generate 25 random numbers between 500 to 800 606 597 718 677 624 779 500 507 739 792 589 741 547 666 525 595 784 595 611 759

8).Generate 25 fixed random numbers between 450 to 750 567 477 732 722 487 528 710 551 746 460 747 724 651 549 503 593 684 710 616 539

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Fixed 25 random numbers:598 498 504 495 540 515 675 727 572 552

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9).Find out the following functions from the above 25 fixed random number table. Maximum 727 Minumum 460 Count() 25 Count numbers which are exceeding 500 19 Sum 14340 Average 574 Subtotal if number is exceeding 650 Err:502 Sum of numbers which are exceeding 650 4168

North 52000 South 96000 In file: Quantity sold by Ram SUMIF(A92:A98. 3770000 (ii)Find out the sales/quantity sold by Ram sales 770000 quantity 22000 (iii)Find out the sales/quantity sold by Shyam sales 700000 quantity 96000 (iv)Find out the quantity sold in north region and south region.C92:C98) .10)Generate appropriate table and find the value of following questions."Ram". Name Ram Shyam Varun Shyam Priyanka Kim Ram Region North South East South West North North Quantity(in units) Sales(in Rs.) 10000 550000 20000 400000 55000 600000 76000 300000 39000 900000 30000 800000 12000 220000 (i)Find out the total sales made by the firm.

Develop an appropriate spreadsheet in MS EXCEL to show the value of average and standard on the basis of continuous variables. 25 random numbers:1103 520 1156 1289 1379 1209 841 1386 854 784 1139 1301 622 482 1201 957 801 975 881 594 1133 490 1262 805 1106 25 fixed random numbers:1117 1017 1190 453 888 1203 743 1255 523 1075 744 574 1134 631 1165 calculation of average and standard deviation minimum maximum X(mid value) frequency 400 600 500 2 600 800 700 3 800 1000 900 5 1000 1200 1100 4 1300 & above 1281 11 25 .QUESTION 2.

Based on individual observations: 50 random numbers 703 1413 553 900 590 1187 1191 915 635 1473 203 482 1338 295 967 354 643 614 704 167 534 1590 1066 920 570 277 1281 515 150 1178 584 1252 1046 167 1532 1599 879 1293 1697 1675 656 640 1197 860 1450 1608 1147 689 50 fixed random numbers 1034 478 992 384 860 488 1137 1508 1440 445 1697 443 586 1360 410 1657 1542 1692 856 506 913 443 1164 1193 .QUESTION3. Develop an appropriate spreadsheet in MS EXCEL to show the value of average and standard deviation on the basis of both individual observations and continuous variables.

1692 1387 1444 756 542 1691 267 695 Based on continuous variables class intervals x(mid values) frequency 100 300 200 3 300 500 400 8 500 700 600 10 700 900 800 6 900 1100 1000 4 1100 1300 1200 5 1300 1500 1400 5 1600 & above 1648.5 9 50 - .

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Generate 25 fixed random numbers between 450 to 750 564 473 469 748 619 Fixed 25 random numbers:708 490 499 499 603 .512 748 781 694 626 8).

Find out the following functions from the above 25 fixed random number table. .9).

(iv)Find out the quantity sold in north region and south region.C92:C98) ."Ram". In file: Quantity sold by Ram SUMIF(A92:A98.10)Generate appropriate table and find the value of following questions.

3 500000 1470000 4050000 4840000 18050571 28910571 .64 259.Develop an appropriate spreadsheet in MS EXCEL to show the value of average and standard deviation 25 random numbers:653 812 1395 587 513 25 fixed random numbers:819 1011 (1)average 1216 (2)stddev 992 1139 calculation of average and standard deviation fx x^2 fx^2 1000 250000 2100 490000 4500 810000 4400 1210000 14091 1640961 26091 1043.

25 . 50 random numbers 455 1132 1644 1534 123 490 505 341 677 1587 50 fixed random numbers 547 1606 629 1059 446 (1)average 648 (2)stddev 766 181 935.02 466.Develop an appropriate spreadsheet in MS EXCEL to show the value of average and standard deviation on the basis of both individual observations and continuous variables.

777 143 fx 600 3200 6000 4800 4000 6000 7000 14837 46437 - x^2 40000 160000 360000 640000 1000000 1440000 1960000 2717552 fx^2 120000 1280000 3600000 3840000 4000000 7200000 9800000 24457968 54297968 (1)average (2)stddev 928.65 .74 472.

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50% 6 0. Develop an appropriate spreadsheet in MS EXCEL to show the loan and lease statement whe i. of period Installment Period 900000 7.94 5 344.Periodicity of payment(yearly/bi-yearly/quarterly/monthly) iv.201 48165.QUESTION4.09 4 498.Installment (computed using Function) LOAN AND LEASE STATEMENT Amount of loan Rate of interest Time period involved Effective rate of interest Effective no.363 13377.08 6 -191740 Opening balance (in Rs.Rate of interest iii.24 In file: 2nd installment $B$16 .) Interest (in Rs.97 3 642.760 58181. Amount of loan ii.282 25821.18 6 178.) 1 900000 67500 2 775.626 37396.

QUESTION5. Develop an appropriate spread sheet in MS-EXCEL by using garbage cleaning to show repay Loan and Lease Statement 110000 8% 7 0.) 1 110000 4400 2 103986 4159 3 97732 3909 4 91228 3649 5 84464 3379 6 77428 3097 7 70112 2804 8 62503 2500 9 54589 2184 10 46359 1854 11 37800 1512 12 28899 1156 13 19641 786 .)Interest(in Rs. of period Installment Period Opening balance(in Rs.04 14 -10414 Amount of loan Rate of interest Time period involved Effective rate of interest Effective no.

per.E44) QUESTION 6. fv. nper. Use financial functions in EXCEL to calculate PPMT for the given data PPMT: the function returns the payment on the principal for a given period for an investment b constant payments and a constant interest rate. Value 0 means payments are due at the end of the period and value 1 means payments are d . Nper: is the total number of payment periods in an annuity Pv: is the present value – the total amount that a series of future payments is worth now.IF(A45="". If fv is omitted. [Fv]: is the future value. pv.14 10013 401 In files : opening balane in 3rd period . the future value of a loan is 0. [Type]: is the number 0 or 1 and indicated when payments are due. or a cash balance you want to attain after the last payment is made. it is assumed to be zero(0). that is. The syntax of this function is as follows: SYNTAX: PPMT(rate. type) Rate: is the interest rate per period Per: specifies the period and must be in the range 1 to nper."".

A107) .(i)Find out the formula returns the principal payment for the first month of a two-year Rs.A93*12.1.2.000 Date Description 10% Annual interest rate Number of payment 2 period in annuity 2000 Amount of loan Description(result) -76 Monthly payment of loan Formula In files : PPMT(A92/12.A105.10.200.000 loan at 8 percent annual int Date Description 8% Annual interest rate Number of payment 10 period in annuity 200000 Amount of loan Description(result) -27598 Monthly payment of loan Formula In files : PPMT(A104.A95) (ii)Find out the payment of principal for the last year of Rs.

SYNTAX: IPMT(rate.pv. or the lump-sum amount that a series of future payments is worth rig [Fv]: is the future value. co interest rate .fv. or a cash balance you want to attain after the last payment is made. the future value of a loan is 0. Value 0 means payments are due at the end of the period and value 1 means payments are d *Note: for all the arguments. IPMT: this function returns the payment for a given period an investment based on periodic. Nper: is the total number of payment periods in an annuity Pv: is the present value . The syntax of this function is as follows. is represented by .per. such as deposits to savings.type) Rate: is the interest rate per period Per: is the period for which you want to find the interest and must be range 1 to nper. cash you pay out.QUESTION7. Use financial functions in MS-EXCEL to calcualte IPMT for the given date.nper. [Type]: is the number 0 or 1 and indicated when payments are due. If that is.

(i).A149*12. is represented by positive numbers.Find out the interest payment on principal for the two-month of a four-year Rs.100000 loan a Date Description 12% Annual interest rate Number of payment 4 period in annuity 100000 Amount of loan Description(result) -984 Monthly payment of loan Formula In files: IPMT(A148/12.150000 loan at 1 where payments are made yearly Date Description 13% Annual interest rate Number of payment 10 period in annuity 150000 Amount of loan Description(result) Formula .cash you receive such as dividend checks.A151) (ii)Find out the interest payment on principal for the five year of a ten-year Rs.2.

A162.1) (ii)Find out the annual payment for a Rs. In files: IPMT(A161. type) (i)Find out the monthly payment for a Rs.A164) QUESTION8.0.A184.180000 loan at 13 percent interest rate. nper.000 loan at 9 percent annual interest rate when payments Date Formula Description 9% Annual interest rate Number of monthly 10 payment 30000 Amount of loan Description(result) -3102 Monthly payment of loan In files: PMT(A181/12.A182.30. fv. Date Description . Use financial functions in MS-EXCEL to calcualte PMT for the given date PMT: this function calculated the payment for a loan based on constant payments and a const SYNTAX: PMT(rate. pv.-14366 interest payment for the loan.5.

13% Annual interest rate Number of payment in 15 annuity 180000 Amount of loan Formula Description(result) -27423 Annual payment of loan In files. PMT(A193.0.A196.A194.0) .

) losing Balance (in Rs.201 -191740 498.363 -191740 .626 -191740 344.velop an appropriate spreadsheet in MS EXCEL to show the loan and lease statement when the following basic input is given: LOAN AND LEASE STATEMENT Mode of payment 1 2 3 4 1 yearly bi-yearly monthly quarterly Instalment (in Rs.) C -191740 775.760 -191740 642.282 -191740 178.

velop an appropriate spread sheet in MS-EXCEL by using garbage cleaning to show repayment with respect to given terms. Loan and Lease Statement Mode of payment Yearly Bi-yearly Monthly Quarterly 2 1 2 3 4 Installment(in Rs.) Closing balance(in Rs.) -10414 103986 -10414 97732 -10414 91228 -10414 84464 -10414 77428 -10414 70112 -10414 62503 -10414 54589 -10414 46359 -10414 37800 -10414 28899 -10414 19641 -10414 10013 .

the future value of a loan is 0. lue 0 means payments are due at the end of the period and value 1 means payments are due at the beginning of the period. or a cash balance you want to attain after the last payment is made. that is. nstant payments and a constant interest rate. ]: is the future value. . it is assumed to be zero(0). The syntax of this function is as follows: : is the present value – the total amount that a series of future payments is worth now.-10414 e financial functions in EXCEL to calculate PPMT for the given data MT: the function returns the payment on the principal for a given period for an investment based of periodic. v is omitted.

.2.200.Find out the formula returns the principal payment for the first month of a two-year Rs.000 loan at 10 percent annual interest Find out the payment of principal for the last year of Rs.000 loan at 8 percent annual interest.

it is assumed to be zero(0). cash you pay out. such as deposits to savings. If fv is omitted. constant payments and a constant r: is the period for which you want to find the interest and must be range 1 to nper. : is the present value .e financial functions in MS-EXCEL to calcualte IPMT for the given date. . or a cash balance you want to attain after the last payment is made. lue 0 means payments are due at the end of the period and value 1 means payments are due at the beginning of the period. MT: this function returns the payment for a given period an investment based on periodic. or the lump-sum amount that a series of future payments is worth right now. ote: for all the arguments. v]: is the future value. ype]: is the number 0 or 1 and indicated when payments are due. is represented by negative numbers.

Find out the interest payment on principal for the two-month of a four-year Rs.150000 loan at 13 percent annual interest .sh you receive such as dividend checks.100000 loan at 12 percent annual interest Find out the interest payment on principal for the five year of a ten-year Rs. is represented by positive numbers.

e financial functions in MS-EXCEL to calcualte PMT for the given date MT: this function calculated the payment for a loan based on constant payments and a constant interest rate. fv.30. Find out the annual payment for a Rs. nper. . NTAX: PMT(rate. pv.000 loan at 9 percent annual interest rate when payments are due at the beginning of the period.180000 loan at 13 percent interest rate. type) ind out the monthly payment for a Rs.

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PVF(Present Value Factor): 1 / ( 1 + Interest Rate ) ^ # of Years Show the calculation of the present values by using proper present value factor and the sum of the present values of the cash flows.QUESTION9 Use financial functions in EXCEL to calculate PV(present value) . Interest rate 13% Payment 2000 Years 6 Year Payment Present value factor PV of payment PV of all payments PV In file: 1st year PVF 1/(1+B14) 0 1 7995 -7995 1 2000 88% 1770 .nper. I. the loan amount is the present value to the render. For example if you borrow money. PV(Present Value): this function returns the present value of an investment.type) lI. PVF(present value factor). The present value is the total amount that a series of future payment is worth now.fv. SYNTAX: PV(rate.pmt.

SYNTAX: FV(rate.pmt.A44.FV(Future value): This function Returns the future value of an investment based on periodic and a constant interest rate.type) lI.QUESTION10 Use financial functions in EXCEL to calculate FV(Future value) .A45) *Note: the annual interest rate is divided by 12 because it is compounded monthly.pv. . FVF(Future value factor).Future Value Factor(% of Initial Investment): ( 1 + Interest Rate ) ^ # of Years (i)Find out the future value with given terms Date Description 6% Annual interest rate 10 Number of month of payment -200 Amount of the payment -500 present value 1 payment is due at the beginning Description(result) 2581 Future value of the loan Formula In files: FV(A40/12.nper. I.A41.A43.

(ii) Compute the future values with the give terms Interest rate Present value Number of years Year 1 2 3 4 5% 2000 4 First of year balance 2000 2000 2000 2000 Interest 0 0 0 0 In files :2nd year future value factor (1+$B$60)^2 .

64 5 2000 54% 1085. the loan amount is the present value to the render. PV(Present Value): this function returns the present value of an investment.1 4 2000 61% 1226.64 . PVF(present value factor).52 6 2000 48% 960. .PVF(Present Value Factor): 1 / ( 1 + Interest Rate ) ^ # of Years Show the calculation of the present values by using proper present value factor and 2 3 2000 2000 78% 69% ### 1386. I.financial functions in EXCEL to calculate PV(present value) . The present value is the total amount that a series of future payment is worth now. For example if you borrow money.

. . FVF(Future value factor). constant payments I.FV(Future value): This function Returns the future value of an investment based on periodic.Use financial functions in EXCEL to calculate FV(Future value) .Future Value Factor(% of Initial Investment): ( 1 + Interest Rate ) ^ # of Years Note: the annual interest rate is divided by 12 because it is compounded monthly.

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[value2].429 which is greater than zero. Therefore this proposal is to be cons .QUESTION11.the proposal is rejected.00.2.) Acceptance and rejection criteria:If Net present value is greater than zero.000 Cash inflows 1 2 3 4 5 In files: Net Present Value is Rs. the proposal is accepted on the other hand if Net present value is less than zero .000 50.…. (i)Find out the net present value with a proper use of present value factor and judge whether or not giv Rate of interest Cash outflows Year 10% Amount(Rs. value1.000 100. The firm will be indifferent if Net present value is equal to zero..000 200. Use financial function EXCEL to calculate the net present value and internal rate of return for t NPV(Net Present Value): This function returns the net present value of an investment based on a series of periodic flow SYNTAX: NPV(discount rate.000 200.82.000 150.) 0 3 1.000 250.

QUESTION12 Generate MS-EXCEL file for the following data to find out the extimated production of sugar an Rainfall(x) Production of sugarcane(y) Production of sugar(z) 80 70 2000 100 50 1500 120 60 180 140 80 2100 150 90 2300 160 100 2500 170 105 2650 .

Draw regression graph: Estimated Sugarcane Production Estimated Sugar P 120 3000 production of sugar cane Production of sugar 100 80 60 40 20 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 40 50 60 70 80 90 Rainfall production of sugarcane .

91 SKEW(A99:E103) KURT(A99:E103) MAX(A99:E103)+MIN(A99:E103)/MAX(A99:E103)-MIN(A99:E103) .03 0.74 0.69 0.13 -0. 0.62 0.41 0.43 0.07 0.64 0. Generate 25 fixed random numbers and find out the skewness and kurtosis and comment upon the na Also find out the range of co-efficient.58 0.8 0.14 25 random numbers 0.7 0.74 0.01 0.3 0.58 0.QUESTION13.52 -1.27 0.67 0.24 0.44 0.8 Skewness Kurtosis Range coefficient In files: 0.1 0.78 0.09 0.44 0.54 0.31 0.94 25 fixed random numbers 0.1 0.42 0.

621 Present Value of cash inflows Net Present Value (PV of cashoutflow-PV of cash inflow) Present Value(Rs. SYNTAX: NPV(discount rate. [value2].. value1. the proposal is accepted on the other hand if Net present value is less than zero .909 0.82. . (i)Find out the net present value with a proper use of present value factor and judge whether or not given proposal is acceptable.n) 1 0. The firm will be indifferent if Net present value is equal to zero.…. NPV(Net Present Value): This function returns the net present value of an investment based on a series of periodic flows and a discount rate.683 0.826 0.751 0.2. PVF(10%.) Acceptance and rejection criteria:If Net present value is greater than zero. Therefore this proposal is to be considered as acceptable.) 100000 150200 250200 45455 82645 112697 136603 155230 532629 282429 In files: Net Present Value is Rs.the proposal is rejected.Use financial function EXCEL to calculate the net present value and internal rate of return for the given data.429 which is greater than zero.751 Present Value of cash outflows 0.

49 2706.08 99.73 31.Generate MS-EXCEL file for the following data to find out the extimated production of sugar and sugarcane Estimated Sugarcane Estimated Sugar 52.74 959.72 88.36 83.99 2230.04 62.24 1277.77 .68 73.74 1912.24 2548.24 1595.24 Slope(b) 0.92 Estimated Sugarcane Production Y a+bx Intercept(a) 10.53 Estimated Sugar Production Z a+by Intercept(a) Slope(b) -628.4 94.

Estimated Sugar Production 3000 Production of sugar 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 production of sugarcane .

32 25 fixed random numbers 0.21 0.86 0.75 0. 25 random numbers 0.21 0.67 0.49 0.08 0.04 0.83 0.04 0.42 0.94 0.Generate 25 fixed random numbers and find out the skewness and kurtosis and comment upon the nature of distribution.7 0.36 0.9 0.27 0.49 MAX(A99:E103)+MIN(A99:E103)/MAX(A99:E103)-MIN(A99:E103) .98 0.81 0.

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Date Description 8% Annual interest rate 2 period 5 number of years in the investment 200000 Amount of loan Formula Description(result) -1289 interest paid for the loan In file: ISPMT(A9/12.nper.A13) (ii)Find out the interest paid in the second year of a loan with the following terms. Date Description 8% Annual interest rate 2 period 5 number of years in the investment 200000 Amount of loan Formula Description(result) -9600 interest paid for the loan .A12*12. Use financial functions in EXCEL to calculate ISPMT.pv) (i)Find the interest paid for the second monthly payment of a loan with the following terms. ISPMT: SYNTAX this function calculates the interest amount paid for a specific period of an in (rate.QUESTION14.A10.per.

end-period) (i)Find out the total interest paid in the second year of payment. Use financial function in EXCEL to calculate CUMIPMT CUMIPMT: This function returns the cumulative interest paid on loan between start-period and SYNTAX:(rate.A24. Date Description 13% Annual interest rate 2 Terms in a year 350000 Present value Formula Description(result) Total interest paid in the single -3792 payment In file: CUMIPMT(A49/12.0) (ii)Find out the interest paid in the single payment in the first month. start-period. pv.In file: ISPMT(A21.27.1. nper.A22.A42.A50*12.A25) QUESTION15.A40*12. periods through 14 through 2 Date Description 15% Annual interest rate 30 Terms in a year 200000 Present value Formula Description(result) -34888 Total interest paid in the 2nd year In file:CUMIPMT(A39/12.14. with the following terms.A51.0) .1.

1.14. end_period) (i)Find out the total principal paid in the thrid year of payment. Use financial function in EXCEL to calculate CUMPRINC CUMPRINC: This function returns the cumulative principal paid on a loan between start-period SYNTAX: (rate.A79*12.A70. Date Description 11% Annual interest rate 30 Terms in a year 450000 Present value Formula Description(result) Total interest paid in the single -160 payment In files: CUMPRINC(A78/12. nper. periods through 14 through 27.1.0) (ii)Find out the principal paid in the single payment in the first month.A69*12. with the following terms. pv .QUESTION16.27. start_period.A80.0) . Date Description 11% Annual interest rate 30 Terms in a year 450000 Present value Formula Description(result) -2686 Total interest paid in the 3rd year In file:CUMPRINC(A68/12.

. (ii)Find out the interest paid in the second year of a loan with the following terms.this function calculates the interest amount paid for a specific period of an investment (i)Find the interest paid for the second monthly payment of a loan with the following terms.

periods through 14 through 27.with the following terms.CUMIPMT: This function returns the cumulative interest paid on loan between start-period and end-period (i)Find out the total interest paid in the second year of payment. . (ii)Find out the interest paid in the single payment in the first month. with the following terms.

(ii)Find out the principal paid in the single payment in the first month.with the following terms. .CUMPRINC: This function returns the cumulative principal paid on a loan between start-period and end .period (i)Find out the total principal paid in the thrid year of payment. periods through 14 through 27. with the following terms.

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