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How many shares did Amit buy in all on Day 1? How many companies did Amit invest in on Day 1? What was the value of Amit bought on Day 1? Amit has to pay a Rs. 10 per share brokerage if he buys more than 800 shares of any company (on total number of shares purchased). How much brokerage does he have to pay? 5. On Day 2, Amit wants to buy shares, which he currently does not own and whose prices have fallen. He wants to sell shares, which he owns and whose prices have risen. Which shares should he buy, which should he sell? 6. On Day 3, Amit wants to buy shares, whose prices have declined on both days. He wants to sell shares, whose prices have risen on either of the two days. Which ones should he buy and which should he sell. 7. Design a tool such that if Amit types the name of the company in Cell A39, he will get day 2 share price for the firm in cell B39. 8. How many companies should Amit buy on day 2 and sell on day 3? 9. Amit is concerned about losing more than Rs. 5 on any share over two consecutive days. He wants to identify these stocks – can you help him design a sheet so that if any share falls by more than Rs. 5, the day’s price cell is colored red. Similarly can you help him identify shares whose prices have increased by more than Rs. 5? 10. Sales of divisions for different months are provided in sheet 2. Find total sales by month. Use pivot tables. Macros: 1. Give the flexibility of choosing two divisions on the output sheet using drop-down boxes. Then, allow currencies to change using the exchange rates sheet. 2. Allow an overall currency choice to override the divisions’ choices. 3. Update the time and date field every time the Excel file is opened. 4. Every time a user clicks on the field for “Total profits”, pop up a message asking if the profits are needed in various currencies as well. Depending on the answer, pop up the results