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e03ch06_grader_pc_GolfMarketingA (solution)

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Project Description: Barry Cheney, the manager of the Red Bluff Golf Course & Pro Shop, would like to develop marketing strategies for increasing golf course patronage. He has requested data about the golf course’s activity over the past years. He needs to be able to work with the data to understand the current patronage, such as where the patrons were from, how many patrons were on each transaction, the tee time, and so forth. Exploring the data is key in determining the marketing strategy because it helps him learn about customer preferences. After analyzing the data, Barry will present his ideas to the board of directors. Instructions: For the purpose of grading the project you are required to perform the following tasks: Step Instructions Points Possible 1 Open the downloaded file e03ch06_grader_pc_GolfMarketingA. Save the file as e03ch06_grader_pc_GolfMarketingA_LastFirst using your last and first name. 0.000 2 On the GolfData worksheet, insert 10 blank rows moving the data set down to row 11. Create an Excel data table, with headers, from the data in A11:H41. Name the table GolfData Using the data in A11:H41, create range names from the top row of each column. 18.000 3 Add a column to the table named Tax in cell I11. In I12, enter a formula that multiples the value in cell B3 on the GolfReport worksheet by a structured reference to cell E12 on the GolfData worksheet. Use an absolute reference where necessary. Format the Tax column with Accounting Number format. Note, Mac users, copy the formula down through the column, if necessary. 7.000 4 Filter data for party size of 2. Filter the data for food orders greater than 60. Copy the filtered data including the column headers in row 11 and paste the filtered data in cell A1 of a new sheet named Filter. Autofit the column width of the pasted data. 8.000

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Project Description: Barry Cheney, the manager of the Red Bluff Golf Course & Pro Shop, would like to develop marketing strategies for increasing golf course patronage. He has requested data about the golf course’s activity over the past years. He needs to be able to work with the data to understand the current patronage, such as where the patrons were from, how many patrons were on each transaction, the tee time, and so forth. Exploring the data is key in determining the marketing strategy because it helps him learn about customer preferences. After analyzing the data, Barry will present his ideas to the board of directors. Instructions: For the purpose of grading the project you are required to perform the following tasks: Step Instructions Points Possible 1 Open the downloaded file e03ch06_grader_pc_GolfMarketingA. Save the file as e03ch06_grader_pc_GolfMarketingA_LastFirst using your last and first name. 0.000 2 On the GolfData worksheet, insert 10 blank rows moving the data set down to row 11. Create an Excel data table, with headers, from the data in A11:H41. Name the table GolfData Using the data in A11:H41, create range names from the top row of each column. 18.000 3 Add a column to the table named Tax in cell I11. In I12, enter a formula that multiples the value in cell B3 on the GolfReport worksheet by a structured reference to cell E12 on the GolfData worksheet. Use an absolute reference where necessary. Format the Tax column with Accounting Number format. Note, Mac users, copy the formula down through the column, if necessary. 7.000 4 Filter data for party size of 2. Filter the data for food orders greater than 60. Copy the filtered data including the column headers in row 11 and paste the filtered data in cell A1 of a new sheet named Filter. Autofit the column width of the pasted data. 8.000

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