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This spreadsheet is protected, only in the red boxes formulae can be entered

How to work out a fomula or calculation Spreadsheet Operators


1) Click on the cell you want to hold the answer in
2) Enter the = sign Add +
3) Enter the cell reference of your first number Subtract -
4) Enter the operator i.e. add, subtract etc Multiply *
5) Enter the cell reference of your second number Divide /
6) Click on 'Enter' on keyboard

TASK 1
Work out the following as a formula, use Number 1 then Number 2

Number 1 Do What ? Number 2 Formula Answer

5 Add 5

23 Add 22

100 Subtract 50

50 Subtract 40

2 Multiply 5

10 Mulitply 20

20 Divide 10

100 Divide 2

TASK 2
Work out the following by putting in the numbers into the cells
then put the formula which will calculate it in the Answer box provided
You need to enter a formula similar to tak 1
but this time, use three cells for your numbers 1, 2 and 3
put your formula in the yellow Answer box

Number 1 Number 2 Number 3

1) Add 5 and 3 and 2

2) Add 10, 20 , 30

3) Subtract 3 and 4 from 20


4) Subtract 30 and 50 from 100

5) Multipy 2 by 2 then by 2

6) Multiply 10 by 2 then by 5

7) Divide 100 by 2 then again by 2

8) Divide 100 by 4 then again by 5

Your Mark for TASK 1 is 0 out of 8


Your Mark for TASK 2 is 0 out of 8
Your total is 0 out of 16

Your grade is F

Grade Boundaries:
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8 C
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Formula
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Answer
TASK 1 Enter formulae in cells that have a red triangle only the rest of the spreadsheet is protected
Sean and Jane are doing a car boot sale and have priced up the following items.

Sean Jane
Toy car £4.00 Doll house £5.50
Computer game £7.50 Racing bike £12.00
Train set £11.00 Monopoly game £3.50
BMX bike £15.00 Old coat £6.00
Old football boots £8.00 Video £2.00

Total Total

Who will get the most money if they sell everything?

TASK 2
They also have some CDs and DVDs to sell.

Cost Each Number Total


CDs £4.00 23
DVDs £4.50 18

Total

How much will they make if they sell everything ?


(all car boot sale items and the CD/DVDs)

AUTOSUM TASK

Find the total of this list of numbers

50
650
456
324
200
300
234
567
Total =
Total using Autosum =

You have scored: 0 out of 9

Mark Comment
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2 (E) You need to try again!
4 (D) You did OK!
6 (C) That's good, well done!
8 (B) Excellent, well done!
9 (A) Wow, a Perfect score!
dsheet is protected
owing items.
THE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP Eating five pieces of fruit and veg will keep you healthy

Choclate Spreadsheet January February March April May June Chocolate


Choclate Stock Control Cost per box £9.60

Opening balance of bars 10 Bars per box 48

Number of bars bought Cost price of a bar £0.20

Total stock level Selling price of a bar £0.50

Number of bars sold


Number of bars left TASK 1
Complete the choclate
Profit/loss spreadsheet by entering
your own data and work
Cost price of a bar out the formulae. The
Selling price of a bar cells with a red triangle
tell you what to do.
Income per bar
Total Income from chocolate

EXPLANATION
Opening balance of bars is the 'Number of bars left' from the previous month
Number of bars bought' is how many bars the shop bought for the beginning of the current month
Total Stock level is how many choclate bars are currently in stock at the beginning of the month( Add ' Opening balance of chocolate ' to 'Number of bars bought')
Number of bars sold is how many choclates were sold by the end of the month. You need to enter a number.
Number of bars left is how many choclates were left after the 'Number of bars sold' at the end of the month

Crisps Spreadsheet January February March April May June Crisps


Crisps Stock control Cost per box £7.85

Opening balance Packets per box 48


Number of packets bought Cost of each packet £0.16
Total stock level Selling price £0.40
Number of packets sold
Number of packets left TASK 2
Complete the Crisps
Profit/loss
spreadsheet by entering
Cost price per packet your own data and work
Selling price per packet out the formulae. The cells
with a red triangle tell you
Income per packet what to do. This will be
Total Income from crisps similar to the Choclate
Spreadsheet above.
ALL STOCK January February March April May June
Total stock sold
Total Income

TASK 3 TASK 4 TASK 5 CHALLENGE


Work out the formulae Two cells have numbers in Create a spreadsheet of
to find the 'Total stock them when they should your own, similar to the
sold' and 'Total Income' have a formula. Work out above, but with a number
in the ALL STOCK the formula for the of different stock e.g. a
table. You need to total following: DVD shop, sports shop or
up the choclates and 1. Cell K6(cost of price of a computer shop
crisps together for this a bar) profit/loss spreadsheet
58360008.xls task 2. Cell K30 (cost of each
packet)
HOLIDAY
WEATHER
Hotel Sol Hotel Grande Hotel Bueno
Athens Paris Barcelona
Greece France Spain
MONTH
January 10 8 11
February 13 8 13
March 14 12 15
April 15 15 15
May 15 15 15
June 29 20 22
July 29 15 25
August 25 22 24
September 20 18 18
October 18 13 16
November 12 8 10
December 10 7 9
Minimum Temp
Maximum Temp
Average Temp
Mode Temp

TASK 1 - Enter a function for each of the cells inside the red rectangle
TASK 2 - Create a line graph to compare the weather for the three countries. Can you see anything odd on the
n you see anything odd on the graph?
COSY JET AIRLINE BOOKING STSYEM

BUSINESS CLASS Tickets


Total Seats
Total number of adults
Total number of children FLY
COSY JET

A A A C C C A A
A A A C A A A A A
A C A A A A C
A A C A A A C A A

COSY JET
ECONOMY CLASS Tickets FLY
Total Seats
Total number of adults
Total number of children

GRAND TOTALS Challenge Task


Total Child Tickets Business Class Empty Seats
Total Adult Tickets Economy Class Empty Seats
Total Tickets Sold Total Empty/Unsold Seats

TASK 1 - You need to complete the formula for each of the cells with a red triangle on
Start with the BUSINESS CLASS tickets section where detailed hints are given
TASK 2 - change the bookings for the seats, to test if your functions are working
TASK 3 - change cells P27,P29 & P31 to use a COUNTBLANK function instead of COUNTIF
A = Adult
Y JET

A A A A A A A A
A C A A C C A
C A C A C A A
A A A A A A

Y JET
C = Child

ss Empty Seats
ss Empty Seats
nsold Seats

a red triangle on
hints are given

n instead of COUNTIF
ANSWER SHEET FOR TEACHER
TASK 1 Enter formulae in cells that have a red triangle
Sean and Jane are doing a car boot sale and have priced up the following items.

Sean Jane
Toy car £4.00 Doll house £5.50
Computer game £7.50 Racing bike £12.00
Train set £11.00 Monopoly game £3.50
BMX bike £15.00 Old coat £6.00
Old football boots £8.00 Video £2.00

Total £45.50 £45.50 Total £29.00 =F6+F7+F8+F9+F10


=B6+B7+B8+B9+B10
Who will get the most money if they sell everything?Sean
Sean

TASK 2
They also have some CDs and DVDs to sell.

Cost Each Number Total


CDs £4.00 23 £92.00 =C21*D21
DVDs £4.50 18 £81.00 =C22*D22

Total £173.00 =E21+E22

How much will they make if they sell everything ? £247.50 =B12+F12+E24
(all car boot sale items and the CD/DVDs)

AUTOSUM TASK

Find the total of this list of numbers

50
650
456
324
200
300
234
567
Total = 2781 =C35+C36+C37+C38+C39+C40+C41+C42
Total using Autosum = 2781 =SUM(C35:C42)

You have scored: 9 out of 9 (A) Wow, a Perfect score!

Mark Comment
0
2 (E) You need to try again!
4 (D) You did OK!
6 (C) That's good, well done!
8 (B) Excellent, well done!
9 (A) Wow, a Perfect score!
owing items.

=F6+F7+F8+F9+F10
HOLIDAY 35
WEATHER
Hotel Sol Hotel Grande Hotel Bueno
Athens Paris Barcelona 30
Greece France Spain
MONTH
25
January 10 8 11
February 13 8 13 20 Greece
March 14 12 15
April 15 15 15
May 15 15 15 15
June 29 20 22
July 29 15 25 10
August 25 22 24
September 20 18 18 5
October 18 13 16
November 12 8 10
December 10 7 9 0

January

February

May

July
March

June
April
Minimum Temp 10 7 9
Maximum Temp 29 22 25
Average Temp 17.5 13.42 16.08
Mode Temp 10 8 15

TASK 1 - Enter a function for each of the cells inside the red rectangle
TASK 2 - Create a line graph to compare the weather for the three countries. Can you see anything odd on the

ANSWER SHEET FOR TEACHER


Click CTRL + Apostrophe (i.e key under Esc) to see all formuale
Greece France Spain
August

September

October

November

December
May

July
June
April

All 3 countries' temp goes up then comes down uniformly, however,


n you see anything odd on the graph? for France, in July, it went down then up again - this looks like a mistake and input error!

ER
all formuale
mly, however,
ks like a mistake and input error!
COSY JET AIRLINE BOOKING STSYEM

BUSINESS CLASS Tickets


Total Seats 20
Total number of adults 13
Total number of children 4 FLY
COSY JET

A A A C C C A A
A A A C A A A A A
A C A A A A C
A A C A A A C A A

COSY JET
ECONOMY CLASS Tickets FLY
Total Seats 52
Total number of adults 34
Total number of children 10

GRAND TOTALS Challenge Task


Total Child Tickets 14 Business Class Empty Seats
Total Adult Tickets 47 Economy Class Empty Seats
Total Tickets Sold 61 Total Empty/Unsold Seats

TASK 1 - You need to complete the formula for each of the cells with a red triangle on
Start with the BUSINESS CLASS tickets section where detailed hints are given
TASK 2 - change the bookings for the seats, to test if your functions are working
TASK 3 - change cells P27,P29 & P31 to use a COUNTBLANK function instead of COUNTIF

ANSWER SHEET FOR TEACHER


Click CTRL + Apostrophe (i.e key under Esc) to see all formuale
A = Adult
Y JET

A A A A A A A A
A C A A C C A
C A C A C A A
A A A A A A

Y JET
C = Child

ss Empty Seats 0
ss Empty Seats 8
nsold Seats 11

a red triangle on
hints are given

n instead of COUNTIF

HER
see all formuale