1

Download and open the file named *exploring_e06_grader_Capstone2.xlsx.*

*Rename it LastNameFirst_Assignment5__ ValentineBudget.xlsx*

2

Use Goal Seek to achieve a **$0** balance by changing the Ticket Price per Person.

Hint: -Use of the correct cells in Goal Seek dialog box

-Apply Goal Seek correctly

-Correct solution

3

Beginning in cell E3, complete the series of substitution values ranging from **200** to **500** at increments of **20** students vertically down column E.

Hint:

On the Home tab, in the Editing group, use the Fill tool to complete the substitution values.

-Series begins in E3

-Correct incrementation

-Values range from 200 to 500

4

Enter cell references to the Total Income, Total Expenses, and Balance formulas (in that order) for a one-variable data table in cells F2, G2, and H2 respectively.

Hint:

Create linking formulas to C20, C32, and C34. Cell references are preceded by the **=** sign.

Correct cell references to

-Total Income formula

-Total Expenses formula

-Balance formula

5

Apply custom number formats to make the formula references appear as the following: F2- **Revenue**, G2 –** Expenses**, H2 – **Balance**.

Hint: Custom number formats make formula references to

-F2- as Revenue

-G2- as Expenses

-F2- as Balance

6

Create a one-variable data table for the range E2:H18 using the Number of Attendees as the column input cell. Format the results with Accounting Number Format with two decimal places.

Hint:

-One-variable data table created for range E2:H18

-Number of Attendees used as column input

-Results formatted with Accounting number format

-Format has two decimal places

-Correct values in Data table

7

Copy the Number of Attendees substitution values from the one-variable data table (in cells E3:E18), and then paste the values starting in cell E22.

Hint: -Number of Attendees from one-variable data table copied correctly

-Pasted values starts from E22

8

Type **$50** in cell F21 and complete the series of substitution values from $50 to $**100** at $**10** increments.

Hint: -Correct value in cell F21

-Correct incrementation

-Values from $50 to $100

9

Enter the cell reference to the Balance formula (C34) in the cell E21 for a two-variable data table, then complete the table using cell B9 as the row input cell and B4 as the column input cell. Format the results with Accounting Number Format with two decimal places.

Hint: -Cell reference to Balance formula (C34 )in cell E21

-Two-variable table completed with cell B9 as row input

-Two-variable table completed with cell B4 as column input

-Results formatted with Accounting number format

-Format has two decimal places

-Correct values in Data table

10

Apply a Red, Accent 2, Lighter 60% fill color to the three cells closest to break-even without creating a deficit.

Hint: -Correct color fill used

-Correct 3 cells highlighted

11

Apply custom number format to cell E21 to display **# Attend**.

Hint: -Custom number format applied to cell E21

-#Attend displayed on cell

12

Create a scenario named **500 Attend** using the Number of Attendees, Caterer’s Meal Cost per Person, Ticket Price per Person, and Ballroom Rental variables as the changing cells. Deselect Prevent changes. Enter these values for the scenario: **500**, **15.95**, **75**, and **12500**.

Hint: -Scenario created with correct values for

-Number of Number of Attendees

– Caterer’s Meal Cost per Person

-Ticket Price per Person

-Ballroom Rental

-Prevent changes deselected

-Correct scenario name

13

Create a second scenario named **400 Attend**, using the same changing cells. Deselect Prevent changes. Enter these values for the scenario: **400**, **17.95**, **85**, and **12500**.

Hint: -Scenario created with correct values for:

-Number of Number of Attendees

– Caterer’s Meal Cost per Person

-Ticket Price per Person

-Ballroom Rental

-Prevent changes deselected

-Correct scenario name

14

Create a third scenario named **300 Attend**, using the same changing cells. Deselect Prevent changes. Enter these values for the scenario: **300**, **19.95**, **90**, and **11995**, respectively.

Hint: -Scenario created with correct values for

-Number of Number of Attendees

– Caterer’s Meal Cost per Person:

-Ticket Price per Person

-Ballroom Rental

-Prevent changes deselected

-Correct scenario name

15

Create a fourth scenario named **200 Attend**, using the same changing cells. Deselect Prevent changes. Enter these values for the scenario: **200**, **22.95**, **95**, and **11995**, respectively.

Hint: -Scenario created with correct values for :

-Number of Number of Attendees

– Caterer’s Meal Cost per Person

-Ticket Price per Person

-Ballroom Rental

-Prevent changes deselected

-Correct scenario name

16

Generate a scenario summary report using the Total Income, Total Expenses, and Balance as the results. Mac users should click OK in any error messages that are displayed until the summary report is generated.

Hint: Scenario Summary report created using as results

-Total Income,

-Total Expenses,

-Balance

-Correct scenario summary

17

Load the Solver add-in if it is not already loaded. Click the Budget worksheet and launch Solver. Set the objective to calculate the highest balance possible.

Hint: -Budget worksheet selected

-Solver launched

-Objective set to calculate highest balance possible

18

Use the Number of Attendees and the Ticket Price per Person as changing variable cells.

Hint: -Changing variable cells set to

-Number of Attendees

-Ticket Price per Person

19

Set a constraint so that the Number of Attendees entered in the Input Section of the workbook does not exceed the specified limitation in cell B12.

Hint: -Constraint set properly with correct cells

-Number of Attendees does not exceed the specified limitation in B12

-Correct formula used in the constraint

20

Set constraints so that the Ticket Price per Person entered in the Input Section meets the requirements set in the range A14:B15.

Hint: -Constraint set properly with correct cells

-Ticket Price per Person meets the requirements range A14:B15

-Correct formula used in the constraint

21

Set an appropriate integer constraint.

Hint: -Constraint set properly with correct cell

-Correct formula used in the constraint

22

Set a constraint that ensures the Valet Parking expense is less than or equal to the product of the Maximum Parking Stalls and the Valet Parking per Car (in that order). Note, Mac users should NOT perform this step.

Hint: -Constraint set properly with correct cells

-Valet Parking expense is less than the product of the Maximum Parking Stalls and the Valet Parking per Car

-Valet Parking expense is equal to the product of the Maximum Parking Stalls and the Valet Parking per Car

-Correct formula used in the constraint

23

Solve the problem, but keep the original values in the Budget worksheet. Generate the Answer Report.

Hint: -Solver used to solve the problem

-Answer Report generated

-Original values kept in the Budget worksheet

24

Ensure that the worksheets are correctly named and placed in the following order in the workbook: Scenario Summary, Answer Report 1, Budget. Save the workbook. Close the workbook and then exit Excel. Submit the workbook as directed.